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Listed Buildings in Port Eynon, Swansea

  1. II* Church of St David Photos
    In a nearly square graveyard in the farm hamlet of Llanddewi, 4km north of Port Eynon village. Rubble limestone and sandstone graveyard wall with iron gate to south; two stiles.
  2. II Lifeboatmen's Memorial at south east corner of St Cattwg's churchyard
    At the centre of the village of Port Eynon, at south east corner of the churchyard. The monument is set in a recess in the churchyard wall facing the street, protected by railings.
  3. II Old Henllys
    1.2km west of St David's church, Llanddewi, reached by a farm track via Nantlais and New Henllys
  4. II Overton House
    About 80m W of green in hamlet of Overton, above Port Eynon.
  5. II Providence Baptist Chapel and attached Manse
    Narrow roadside site at north side of the A4118 in the centre of Knelston village, 4km north of Port Eynon village. Attached manse to east. Burial ground to west. Low front wall to chapel and manse wi
  6. II The Culver Hole
    On the west side of Port Eynon Point, facing the open sea; only accessible from the sea.

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