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Listed Buildings in Penally, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Abbey Hotel Photos
    150 m N of Penally Church. The house stands in extensive grounds. There is a terrace along the garden front with a crenellated wall. Behind the house is a stable building now converted to guest accom
  2. II* Carswell Mediaeval House
    50 m N of Carswell Farm House, in the farmyard. It is the western of the two ruined buildings.
  3. II* Church of St Nicholas Photos
    In the centre of the village of Penally. The churchyard is enclosed within a rubble masonry wall with simple iron gates.
  4. II Cross Inn
    Facing a minor street 100 m SW of Penally Church. At the front is a small terrace with a stone wall, reached from the road by a short flight of steps.
  5. II East Set of Kilns
    At the S side of the main private road entering the Kiln Park caravan site, on the E side of the A4139. These kilns lie 250 m further E than the main set. They are related to the extensive Black Rock
  6. II Giltar Lodge
    75 m S of Penally Church, on a corner site. There is a railed area either side of the entrance and along the W side.
  7. II Jubilee Fountain
    At the point where the road from the Ridgeway meets the main street of Penally, 100 m S of the Church.
  8. II Michaelmas Cottage Photos
    40 m W of Penally Church, built into a steep bank at the W edge of the churchyard.
  9. II Old building East of Carswell Mediaeval House
    Penally
  10. II Old Building East of West Tarr Medieval House
    About 24 m SE of West Tarr Mediaeval House, at the rear of West Tarr Farm. The group is about 0.5 km SE of St. Florence village.
  11. II Old Vicarage
    300 m N of Penally Church, at the W side of the main street of the village.
  12. II Palmerslake Farmhouse
    The farmhouse is reached from a track on the south side of the by-road between Penally and Saint Florence.
  13. II Penally House
    200 m NW of Penally Church. Reached by a private drive from Manor Lodge.
  14. II Ruins in Grounds of Abbey Hotel Photos
    In the grounds of the Abbey Hotel, 50 m N of the house, and close to St Deiniol's Well.
  15. II Ruins in Grounds of Penally Court
    30 m NW of Penally Court Farmhouse, and adjacent to the main street of the village.
  16. II Single Kiln
    At the entrance to Kiln Park caravan site, at the N side close to the filling station, on the E side of the A4139. The kiln is related to the extensive Black Rock quarries at its rear.
  17. II St Deiniol's Well
    A well located beside the lane at the W of the Abbey Hotel. It is immediately opposite the garage of the house named Corn Mwg.
  18. II The Cottage
    100 m NW of Penally Church.
  19. II The Paddock Inn
    Located at the N end of Penally village, at the E of the main village street. At the front of the site is a paved forecourt with a rendered wall and gate piers.
  20. II The Watch Tower
    On the summit of the Black Rock promontory overlooking the Ritec. The view from the tower is now obscured by trees.
  21. II* West Set of Kilns Photos
    At the S side of the main private road entering the Kiln Park caravan site, on the E side of the A4139. They are related to the extensive Black Rock quarries at their rear.
  22. I West Tarr Mediaeval House
    At the rear of West Tarr farmhouse, 0.5 km SE of St Florence village.
  23. I Whitewell Ruins - structure A
    At the N side of the A4139 about 1 km E of Lydstep. The ruins are situated at the S of a caravan park behind Whitewell Farm.
  24. I Whitewell Ruins - Structure B
    At the N side of the A4139 about 1 km E of Lydstep. The ruins are situated at the S of a caravan park behind Whitewell Farm.
  25. I Whitewell Ruins - Structure C
    At the N side of the A4139 about 1 km E of Lydstep. The ruins are situated at the S of a caravan park behind Whitewell Farm.

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