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Listed Buildings in Pendoylan, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Bridge on main drive to Hensol Castle
    Near the bottom of the main (East) drive close to Hafod Lodge; spans the Mill Pond which runs off Hensol lake. Hensol Castle is set within a landscaped park near Pendoylan, approximately 2km from the
  2. II Cae'rwigau Isaf
    Situated in countryside south of Pendoylan Village, along track leading from the Pendoylan to Bonvilston road, located to the south of the moated Cae'rwigau site.
  3. II Cae'rwigau Uchaf
    Farmhouse set in open countryside to south of Pendoylan village upon a platformed site to the east of the Cae'rwigau moated site.
  4. II* Church of St Cadoc (St Cattwg)
    In the centre of the village.
  5. II Dyffryn Mawr Farmhouse
    Situated in open countryside to the northwest of Pendoylan village.
  6. II Hafod Lodge to Hensol Castle (Also known as Bottom Lodge)
    Beside the entrance to the main (East) drive to Hensol Castle, now a hospital and conference centre. Accessed from the by-road to Pendoylan approximately 2km from the M4 motorway.
  7. I Hensol Castle (Including attached Courtyard Ranges to N)
    Country house set within a landscaped park with lake and tree lined drive. Reached off the by-road to Pendoylan approximately 2km from the M4 motorway.
  8. II Llwyn Rhyddid Photos
    Substantial detached farmhouse set within landscaped parkland with serpentine driveway, now sub-divided into two dwellings. Mid C19 farmyard ranges to east.
  9. II Pendoylan Cottages
    Row of cottages set in the slope immediately to the North of the Parish Church, faces South with footpath to the front.
  10. II Telephone Call-box
    Set back to rear of grassy bank at entrance to 'garden village' close to junction with through road.
  11. II Ty Fry Lodge
    On eastern edge of Hensol Forest and to south-west of Tre-Dodridge.

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