II*Church of St Andrew In the the hamlet of Penrice, 1km SW of Penrice Castle. Churchyard wall in rubble limestone with irregular coping, two stiles, iron gate.
II*Church of St Cenydd In the village of Llangennith. Stone churchyard wall; war memorial NE of churchyard is a white marble Celtic cross with interlacing on face. Early C20 timber-framed lychgate to N. To the S is the sit
II*Church of St David 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.
II*Church of St Illtyd In the village of Ilston, east of the stream, reached by a footbridge. Rubble graveyard wall without coping, opened at south to extension graveyard. Oak gate with adjacent stile at main entrance, two
II*Church of St Illtyd 1km from Oxwich village, on a site overlooking Oxwich Bay and reached by the coast footpath. Square churchyard with a stone wall; modern gate.
II*Church of St Mary At the centre of Rhossili village. Stone churchyard wall in rubble masonry with some older gravestones built into rear face; timber gates E and W, stile beside E gate.
II*Church of St Nicholas At the south side of the road from Penmaen to Penrice. Square chuchyard with gate and stile at the north-west corner.
II*Church of St Teilo Situated in a large rectangular churchyard which slopes down to the Bishopston Valley towards the W and is surrounded by trees.
II*Hendrefoilan Located at the end of a lane which leads off the road through the Hendrefoilan student village. The village was built in the grounds of the house. The stable block, now converted to a library, is to
II*Kilvrough Manor Approximately 0.8km NNW of Pennard church, on the S side and reached by a short drive off the A4118 E of Parkmill.
II*Midland Bank Occupying a substantial corner site, St Mary’s Street to left side.
II*Parish Church of St Rhidian and St Illtyd At the centre of Llanrhidian village, surrounded by a rubble limestone churchyard wall with C19 wrought iron gates and three stiles. Macadam path, cobbles at porch.
II*Pennard Castle Dramatically sited on the cliff overlooking Pennard Pill and Threecliff Bay and on the W edge of Pennard golf course.
II*Penrice Towers gate house At the main entrance to Penrice Castle park, forming a picturesque focal point where the road to Port Eynon is diverted to the north of the park. The gatelodge (Penrice Towers) is to the north of the
II*Pitt Farmhouse At roadside, about 1km south of Penrice church. Small walled enclosure to north, separate to farmyard; gardens to south. Outbuildings in the north enclosure.
II*Whiteford Lighthouse On a shingle bank to the south of the entrance to Burry River, and to the north of Whiteford Sands, 4 km north of Llanmadoc village
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