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Listed Buildings in St. Donats, Vale of Glamorgan

  1. II Art Department of Atlantic College
    Along the south-east side of the Sir Val Duncan Memorial Garden at St Donats Castle.
  2. II Cartref
    In the centre of St Donats village on the west side of the main road.
  3. II Church Farmhouse
    Church Farmhouse
  4. I Church of St Donat Photos
    In the bottom of the cwm below the west side of the castle.
  5. II* Church of St Mary
    About 200m east of the road junction in the centre of Monknash on the south side of the road going towards St Donats.
  6. I Church of the Holy Trinity
    In the centre of Marcross village.
  7. II Churchyard Wall of Church of St Donat, including Railings and Gates
    Surrounding the whole of the churchyard.
  8. II Churchyard Wall, Gatepiers and Gates to the Church of the Holy Trinity running along the road
    Separating the churchyard of the Church of the Holy Trinity from the road through Marcross village.
  9. II Cottage against the south-east wall of the Churchyard of the Church of St Donat
    About 30m south of the church but looking south down the cwm.
  10. II Dovecote of Monknash Grange
    In the field behind the remains of the Tithe Barn.
  11. II East Boundary Wall of St Donats Castle
    Running from the north drive of St Donat's Castle past the east drive and to the corner of the east deer-park.
  12. II Fog Station at Nash Point Lighthouse Photos
    In open ground between the Lower (West), and the Upper (East) Lighthouses at Nash Point, within their walled compound.
  13. II Former Forecourt Stables at St Donats Castle
    On the left hand side of the Entrance Court at St Donats Castle.
  14. II Free-standing Outbuilding at Village Farm incorporating remains of Marcross Castle and sited on SW
    Between the cowshed and the road at Village Farm.
  15. II Garden Wall of Church Farmhouse
    Surrounding the front garden of Church Farmhouse.
  16. II High Wall, comprising remains of Marcross Castle, bounding part of SW Farmyard of Village Farm
    On the north-west side of the barn at Village Farm.
  17. II Lower (West) Lighthouse with attached keeper's houses, walls and ancillary buildings
    Situated on the cliff-top at Nash Point in a walled enclosure
  18. I Medieval Cross and associated Slab in the Churchyard of the Church of St Donat
    On the south side of the church and about 10m from it.
  19. II Monknash Forge
    On the south side of the road junction at Broughton.
  20. II Music Department at Atlantic College
    On the left hand side of the Entrance Court at St Donats Castle.
  21. II Nicholl-Carne Memorial Cross in Churchyard of Church of St Donat
    About 10m north-west of the church tower.
  22. II North Lodge to St Donats Castle
    At the entrance to the secondary drive to St. Donat's Castle on the road to Bridgend.
  23. II Outhouse Range to south of Church Farmhouse
    On the south-west boundary of Church Farm between it and the Plough and Harrow PH.
  24. II Plough and Harrow PH, including front garden walls
    Immediately to the south-west of Church Farm in the centre of Monknash village.
  25. II Sea Walls and Towers at St Donats Castle
    Built across the mouth of the cwm about 500m south of St Donats Castle.
  26. II Splott Farmhouse, including attached Granary Wing
    About 1800m north of St Donats Castle on the east side of the road to Cowbridge.
  27. II St Donats Arts Centre
    Immediately to the east of the castle ditch at St Donats Castle.
  28. I St Donats Castle (United World College of the (Atlantic), including entrance Bridge
    The castle stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Bristol Channel with the terraced gardens descending to the sea on the south side. The village was originally at the gate and round the church but
  29. II Staff House in north-east corner of the Entrance Forecourt at St Donats Castle
    On the left hand side of the Entrance Court at St Donats Castle.
  30. II Sundial at St Donat's Castle
    On the bottom level of lawn at St Donat's Castle about 50m north of The Cavalry Barracks.
  31. II Sundial in the Churchyard of the Church of the Holy Trinity
    On the south side of the path to the church door.
  32. II The Cavalry Barracks
    About 400m south of the castle and about 100m from the sea.
  33. II The Old Rectory
    In the woods about 150m north-west of the Church of St. Donat beside the track to Parc Farm.
  34. II Top Lodge to St Donats Castle, including attached garden wall
    At the entrance to the main drive to St Donats Castle on the road to Llantwit Major.
  35. II Upper (East) Lighthouse and attached Keepers' Houses, walls and ancillary buildings
    Situated on the cliff-top at Nash Point in a walled enclosure.
  36. II Wall of Entrance Forecourt at St Donats Castle and part of North-west Boundary Wall
    Immediately in front of the castle's main entrance.
  37. II Walls of Entrance Forecourt flanking the Bridge at St Donats Castle
    On either side of the Entrance Bridge at St Donats Castle.
  38. I Walls, Steps, Terraces, Pavilion, Summerhouses and Cottage attached to wall of the Hanging Gardens
    Stepping down in tiers from the main south front of St Donats Castle towards the sea.
  39. II Watch-tower to west of St Donats Castle
    About 200m west of the castle and above it on the crest of the escarpment on the west side of the cwm.

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