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Listed Buildings in Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Cambrian Hotel Photos
    At the W side of Cambrian Terrace, in centre of Saundersfoot Village. The Cambrian Hotel is nos. 5 and 6, extending from what is now the S end of the terrace to the Swn y Môr Hotel.
  2. II Coedrath House
    On high ground to the NW of the village of Saundersfoot. The house is set back to the W of Church Terrace, behind a later house named Oaktree Cottage. Its grounds to the N and W have been developed wi
  3. II Coppers, No. 2 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y
  4. II Former Bonville's Court Colliery Heapstead
    Located in the southern part of Bonville's Court Caravan Park 1 km NW of Saundersfoot.
  5. II Former Bonville's Court Colliery Power House
    Located in the W side of Bonville's Court Caravan Park 1 km NW of Saundersfoot.
  6. II Former Bonville's Court Colliery Weighbridge House
    Located at the entrance to Bonville's Court Caravan Park 1 km NW of Saundersfoot.
  7. II Gate Lodge
    The N entrance gate lodge to Hean Castle, 1 km N of Saundersfoot.
  8. II Hean Castle Photos
    On high ground 1 Km N of Saundersfoot village, in a fine setting in extensive private landscape gardens. The main front overlooks a terrace with a low parapet wall. Gardens to the E.
  9. II Monument at Hean Castle
    Located to the SW of Hean Castle, on the right hand side of the main approach from the W gate. The column stands in front of a little gazebo set into an earth mound.
  10. II Netherwood
    In private grounds to the S of the B4316, about 1 km NW of Saundersfoot village.
  11. II No 4 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y
  12. II No 5 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y
  13. II North gates to Saint Issell's churchyard
    Mid way in the N side of the churchyard.
  14. II Pen-y-dre, No 1 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y
  15. II Penydre Cottage, No.3 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y
  16. II Preaching Cross at St. Issell's Church Photos
    In the churchyard of St Issell's at the N side of the church, on sloping ground.
  17. II Principal entrance gates to Saint Issell's Churchyard
    Forms the main entrance to the churchyard, close to the war memorial.
  18. II Rear gates to Saint Issell's Churchyard
    Forms the rear entrance to the churchyard, close to the Old School.
  19. II Rose Cottage
    Set into a line of buildings midway along the N side of High Street; stepped down from adjoining properties and set back from the road behind a forecourt with a low wall and iron railings and gate.
  20. II Saundersfoot Railway Bridge
    Located on Ford Lake, which is now the Community boundary. The bridge is partly in the Community of Saundersfoot and partly in the Community of Amroth.
  21. II Saundersfoot Railway Tunnel (Middle )
    On the coastal pedestrian route between Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge, known now as the Miners' Walk. It is one of a group of three tunnels on the Countryside Commission's Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  22. II Saundersfoot Railway Tunnel (North )
    On the coastal pedestrian route between Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge, known now as the Miners' Walk. It is one of a group of three tunnels on the Countryside Commission's Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  23. II Saundersfoot Railway Tunnel (South)
    On the coastal pedestrian route between Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge, known now as the Miners' Walk. It is one of a group of three tunnels on the Countryside Commission's Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  24. II Set of Five cast iron grave slabs in Saint Issell's churchyard
    In the western extension of the churchyard, beyond the stream that bisects it.
  25. II* St.Issell's Church Photos
    1Km N of the village of Saundersfoot. The church stands in a large undulating graveyard through which a stream passes.
  26. II Swn y Mor Hotel
    At the W side of Cambrian Place, adjacent to the Cambrian Hotel.
  27. II The Cottage
    At S side of Frances Lane, about 100 m E of the County Primary School.
  28. II The Cottage
    At E side of the road passing through Coppet Hall, ½ km N of Saundersfoot village. There is a low wall with slate coping and iron railings at the front and an iron gate between stone piers.
  29. II The Hean Inn Photos
    In the High Street of Saundersfoot village, at the corner of Wogan Terrace, in a very prominent position overlooking Cambrian Terrace. At the E is an adjacent low block in the same ownership.
  30. II Tryweryn Cottage, No. 6 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y
  31. II Ynysfach, No. 7 Milford Terrace
    On the W side of Milford Street, extending downhill from the corner with The Ridgeway. A row of houses behind long front gardens. Low walls with iron railings and gates facing the street. Large rear y

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