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Listed Buildings in Llanddarog, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Bont Newydd
    Carrying a minor road over a right tributary of the Gwendraeth Fach, 400m north of Gors farmhouse, o
  2. II* Capel Bigawdin
    Attached to a field wall S of Wern-las Farm, approximately 2km SE of Llanddarog village.
  3. II Church of St Twrog
    In a round churchyard in the centre of the village, on the N side of the B4310.
  4. II Churchyard walls, including lychgate and fold, at Llanddarog church
    In the centre of the village on the N side of the B4310.
  5. II Former cart house and stable at Llethr Llestri
    On the SE side of the house and forming the NE side of a narrow farmyard.
  6. II Former cow house at Llethr Llestri
    On the SE side of the house and occupying the SE side of a narrow farmyard.
  7. II Llethr Llestri
    Approximately 1.1km SW of Llanddarog, in its own grounds and reached by private road on the SE side
  8. II Maesdulais Lime Kilns
    In woodlands on the E side of Maesdulais Quarry,
  9. II Old house and attached farm building at Llethr Llestri
    On the SE side of the main house and occupying the W side of a narrow farmyard.
  10. II Old House at Garn Farm
    On the E side of the farmyard, immediately E of the old house with cow house.
  11. II Old house, with attached cow house, at Garn Farm
    Approximately 2.4km SSE of Llanddarog, reached by farm road on the W side of a minor road S of Porth
  12. II The White Hart
    Immediately W of the parish church, on the NE side of the B4310.

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