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Listed Buildings in Penllyn, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Barn at Court Farm
    Court Farm lies to east of Llansannor Court; the barn is situated on the west side of the farmyard with the former Granary and Cartshed attached on the right. Reached approximately 4km north of Cowbr
  2. II Central Salmon Well
    Central well of a group of three to north of village of Penllyn, near road junction to south of Penllyn Court.
  3. II* Church of St. Brynach
    At the very southern point of the community and about 1.5 km south of Penllyn village.
  4. II Church of St. John the Evangelist
    At the south end of the village of Penllyn at the entrance to Penllyn Castle.
  5. II Church of St. Owain
    At the south entrance to the village of Ystrad-owen just to the west of the White Lion PH.
  6. I Church of St. Senwyr Photos
    In the centre of Llansannor village about 4 km north of Cowbridge.
  7. II Churchyard Wall and Gates of Church of St. Owain
    Surrounding the Church of St. Owain.
  8. II Cross base in Churchyard of Church of St. Brynach
    About 10m south of the south porch of Church of St. Brynach.
  9. II Cross in Churchyard of Church of St. Senwyr
    About 10m south of the south porch of Church of St. Senwyr.
  10. II Easternmost Salmon Well
    One of a group of three wells to north of village of Penllyn, near the road junction to south of Penllyn Court with the minor roads. This well is the closest to the road.
  11. II Former Cartshed and Granary at Court Farm
    Court Farm lies to east of Llansannor Court; the cartshed and granary is stepped down to north of the barn and is situated on the west side of the farmyard. Reached approximately 4km north of Cowbrid
  12. II Gatepiers, Gates and Boundary Walls at entrance to Penllyn Castle Main Drive
    At the south end of the village, immediately to west of Penllyn Church and Lodge Cottage.
  13. II Great House
    At the south end of the village of Penllyn on the other side of the road from the entrance to Penllyn Castle.
  14. II Is-y-coed Farmhouse
    On the northern side of the community and about 2 km north of Penllyn village beside the road to City.
  15. I Llansannor Court
    In the centre of Llansannor village beside the Church of St. Senwyr.
  16. II Llansannor House
    On the northern side of the community and about 2 km north of Penllyn village reached off the north side of the road to City.
  17. II Llwynhelig House
    At the south end of the community and immediately to the north of the A48 Cowbridge by-pass.
  18. II Lodge Cottage
    At the south end of the village, at the end of the main drive to Penllyn Castle and opposite the church.
  19. II Penllyn Castle
    At the south end of the village, down a long drive and set on the cliff above the valley.
  20. II Penllyn Cottage
    At the south end of the village, at right angles to Lodge Cottage and opposite the church. Facing the main drive to Penllyn Castle.
  21. II The Cottage
    About 20m north of Church of St. Senwyr.
  22. II The Old Rectory
    On the northern side of the community and about 1 km north of Llansannor village at the centre of City.
  23. II The Old School House
    At the south end of the village of Penllyn facing the drive to Penllyn Castle but approached from the road on the north.
  24. II Village Farmhouse
    Towards the north end of the village of Penllyn; facing south at right angles to the road.
  25. II West Wing of Llansannor Court
    Attached to Llansannor Court on the west side.
  26. II Westernmost Salmon Well
    Furthest from road of group of three wells to north of Penllyn, near the road junction to south of Penllyn Court.

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