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Listed Buildings in Llanfihangel Rhos-y-Corn, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Capel Newydd
    Situated on the N side of the B4310 some 120m W of Pont Cothi in the centre of Abergorlech.
  2. II Church of St Michael Photos
    An isolated hilltop church in a walled churchyard, on the E side of a minor road between Brechfa and Llanybydder.
  3. II Felin Marlais
    Approximately 1.1km NW of Brechfa church, on the E side of a narrow lane on the W side of a minor road between Brechfa and New Inn.
  4. II Fforest
    Approximately 0.8km N of Brechfa church and reached by private drive on the N side of a minor road between Brechfa and New Inn.
  5. II Maes-y-Bidiau
    Set back from the N side of the B4310 Brechfa to Abergorlech road approximately 4.6km NE of Brechfa.
  6. II Pant-y-Bettws
    Approximately 300m SW of the parish church, set back from and below the S side of a minor road between Gwernogle and Llanfihangel Rhos y Corn.
  7. II* Pont Cothi (partly in Llanfynydd Community)
    Spanning the Afon Cothi in the centre of the village and carrying a minor road immediately S of its junction with the B4310.
  8. II Pont Cwmmawr-du
    Approximately 1.4km SSE of Gwernogle, spanning the Afon Clydach and carrying a minor road between Gwernogle and Brechfa.
  9. II Ty Mawr
    In the centre of the village with a short lane (Tan-y-Pound) to R and a separate house (Esgair Villa) attached on the L. Set back from the road behind a narrow cobbled forecourt.
  10. II Ty Mawr Country Hotel
    In its own grounds near the centre of the village and NE of the parish church.
  11. II Whitehall
    On the north side of the main road through the village of Brechfa, to the west of a junction with the minor road leading north to New Inn.

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