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Listed Buildings in Cenarth, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Barn at Glaspant
    Situated to SE of Glaspant mansion, facing over grassed court.
  2. II Capel Brynseion
    Situated some 400m E of Pont Treseli, up minor road.
  3. II Capel Iwan (including front railings and gates)
    Situated in the centre of Capel Iwan village.
  4. II Cartshed ar Gobedig
    Situated to W of farmhouse.
  5. II* Cenarth Bridge (partly in Carmarthen District)
    Situated on A484, spanning Teifi at Cenarth Falls. Half of one span being in Cenarth Community, Ca
  6. II* Cenarth Bridge (Partly in Ceredigion District)
    Situated spanning River Teifi at Cenarth Falls, the first half of the S span only in Cenarth Communi
  7. II* Cenarth Mill
    Situated on riverside, down track some 100m NE of the White Hart Inn.
  8. II Church of St Llawddog
    Situated on slope above main road some 100m SE of Cenarth Bridge.
  9. II Deneinon
    Situated some 100m up lane to Capel Iwan, down short track on left.
  10. II Dreifa Mills including two Water-Wheels
    Situated down track of some 400m running S from Maesyfelin, Cwmorgan.
  11. II Gatepiers and Gates adjoining Glaspant Lodge
    Situated adjoining Glaspant Lodge, at entry to former main drive to Glaspant (now overgrown).
  12. II Gateway to Churchyard
    Situated on main road opposite the Old Smithy.
  13. II Gelligatti
    Situated overlooking Teifi valley, some 2km WNW of Newcastle Emlyn, approached by lane running W of
  14. II Glantrifi (The Post Office)
    Situated just S of Cenarth Bridge, facing road.
  15. II Glaspant
    Situated down drive of some 700m running W from Capel Iwan chapel
  16. II Gobedig
    Situated some 1.2km SE of Pontseli, S of road to Capel Iwan.
  17. II LLainrhydwen
    Situated some 1km SSW of Penrherber, down short drive E of road.
  18. II Lofted Cartshed at Pengwarn Uchaf
    Situated on opposite side of lane to house, pine end to road.
  19. II Lower Rear Range at Glaspant
    Situated down drive of some 700m running W from Capel Iwan chapel.
  20. II Main Farm Ranges at Gelligatti
    Situated to NW of farmhouse at Gelligatti. A very large complex with the main part cross-plan towar
  21. II Mill Lodge
    Situated some 20m NW of the White Hart Inn.
  22. II Pengwern Uchaf
    Situated some 1.2km WNW of Penrherber.
  23. II Penybanc
    Situated on main road opposite the Three Horseshoes Inn and adjoining The Old Smithy.
  24. II Pont Cych
    Situated over the River Cych, opposite the Fox and Hounds Inn, carrying the minor road to Llanfyrnac
  25. II Pont Treseli
    Situated over the River Cych, below Abercych village, on the county boundary.
  26. II Rehoboth Chapel
    Situated about 1km S of Capel Iwan above Cych valley.
  27. II Smithy Cottage Photos
    Situated opposite the Three Horseshoes Inn and adjoining Y Garth and Penybanc.
  28. II Teifi View
    Situated some 100m W of the White Hart Inn, by the road.
  29. II Telephone Call-box at road junction
    Situated at crossroads N of Bryn Farm, some 1.7km SE of Cenarth.
  30. II Telephone Call-box outside Cenarth Post Office
    Situated on pavement immediately outside the Post Office, S of Cenarth Bridge.
  31. II The Old Brewhouse
    Situated in the yard of the Three Horseshoes Inn.
  32. II The Old Smithy
    Situated opposite the Three Horseshoes Inn and adjoining Y Garth and Penybanc.
  33. II The Old Vicarage
    Situated on ridge, up track off main road some 700m E of village.
  34. II The Three Horseshoes Inn
    Situated on the main road, W of the church.
  35. II The White Hart Inn
    Situated facing N over Cenarth Bridge.
  36. II Y Garth
    Situated on main road opposite the Three Horseshoes Inn and adjoining The Old Smithy.
  37. II Yet Farmhouse
    Situated just SE of Cenarth, at junction of main road and lane to Penrherber. Prominent site on mai

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