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Listed Buildings in Rudbaxton, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Bowling House
    On the W side of a minor road leading N to the Church of Saint Michael at Rudbaxton.
  2. II Bridge at Prendergast Mill
    Across the mill leat immediately NW of the Mill House and abutting the ruins of Prendergast Mill.
  3. I Church of Saint Michael Photos
    Situated some 600m E of the A40 in the centre of Rudbaxton just NW of Great Rudbaxton.
  4. II Coach-house at Cottesmore
    Situated on the E side of the farmyard just N of the house at Cottesmore.
  5. II* Cottesmore including attached E conservatory and NW wing.
    Reached by a drive of some 650m W off the A40 at Tangiers.
  6. II Fiddler's Hall
    Situated on E side of Chapel Road about 1 km NE of junction with B4329.
  7. II Great Rudbaxton
    Situated some 600m E of the A40 in the centre of Rudbaxton just SE of the Church of Saint Michael.
  8. II Mill House
    Access immediately to N of Glanafon Farm; trackway with right-angled bend along E bank of Western Cleddan river. Mill house is under a cliff-face overlooking the mill leat.
  9. II Outbuilding to N of Cottesmore
    Situated just N of the house at Cottesmore.
  10. II Plas Gwyn
    Situated opposite entrance to County Showground.
  11. II* Poyston including attached service ranges to NW. Photos
    Situated some 1.3 km E of the A40 and just N of the airfield at Withybush.
  12. II Reverend David Rees memorial at Bethlehem Baptist chapel
    Situated in centre of graveyard to N of chapel, which is on W side of B4329 at Bethlehem.
  13. II Saint Catherines Bridge
    Bridge over Western Cleddau some 1.8 km E of Camrose village centre. Also in Camrose community as rec. no 25153
  14. II Stable at Cottesmore
    Situated on the E side of the farmyard just N of the house at Cottesmore.

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