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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Carmarthenshire

  1. I Parish Church of St Peter Photos
    Situated in rounded churchyard at end of King Street.
  2. I The Guildhall Photos
    Situated at upper end of the square.
  3. I Carmarthen Castle Photos
    Situated behind buildings on E side of Nott's Square.
  4. I Church of St Michael
    Situated on E side of village street, in centre of village.
  5. I Pont Dolauhirion (partly in Cilycwm community)
    Situated some 1.5km of Llandovery, carrying road to Cilycwm and Porthrhyd across River Tywi.
  6. I Dolauhirion Bridge (partly in Llandovery community) Photos
    Situated some 1.5km of Llandovery, carrying road to Cilycwm and Porthrhyd across River Tywi.
  7. I Church of St Margaret Marloes
    Situated in a prominent position on the N side of the B4314, some 2.5km SE of Rhos-goch.
  8. I Old Dynevor Castle
    Set high on a rocky, wooded ridge above Afon Tywi with exceptional, picturesque views to the castle
  9. I Carreg Cennen Castle Photos
    Spectacularly set on a crag over the upper Cennen valley, approached from Carreg Cennen Farm, about
  10. I Kidwelly Castle Photos
    Situated on a bluff above W bank of Gwendraeth Fach, across river from modern town centre.
  11. I Church of Saint Mary
    Situated in centre of Kidwelly in large walled churchyard.
  12. I Outer Gatehouse to Laugharne Castle Photos
    At the bottom of the street near the town Hall, reached by path in front of Castle House.
  13. I Laugharne Castle Photos
    On an elevated coastal site near the town Hall, reached by path in front of Castle House.
  14. I Church of St Mary Photos
    Situated on small hill above the modern A483 in large churchyard.
  15. I Llanelly House Photos
    Situated on corner of Vaughan Street and Bridge Street, facing Parish Church.
  16. I Llanelly House Photos
    Situated on corner of Vaughan Street and Bridge Street, facing Parish Church.
  17. I No.20 Vaughan Street,bridge Street,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated on corner of Vaughan Street and Bridge Street, facing Parish Church.
  18. I No.22 Vaughan Street,bridge Street,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated on corner of Vaughan Street and Bridge Street, facing Parish Church.
  19. I No.24 Vaughan Street,bridge Street,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated on corner of Vaughan Street and Bridge Street, facing Parish Church.
  20. I Dryslwyn Castle Photos
    On high ground overlooking the Tywi Valley, to the E of the B4297 and on the N side of the river.
  21. I Llansteffan Castle
    Prominently situated on a rocky promontery, overlooking the mouth of the Tywi.
  22. I Plas Taliaris Photos
    Situated some 2km NE of Salem.
  23. I Church of St Michael Photos
    Situated in rounded churchyard in centre of the village.
  24. I Newcastle Emlyn Castle
    Sited on a peninsula of land to W of the town and almost surrounded by Afon Teifi. Pedestrian acces

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