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Listed Buildings in Llangathen, Carmarthenshire

  1. II* Aberglasney
    Approximately 300m W of Llangathen church, set in its own grounds on the W side of a minor road betw
  2. II* Arcaded terrace walks enclosing walled garden at Aberglasney
    On the W side of the house.
  3. II Aviaries at Aberglasney
    On the S side of the house.
  4. II Barn at Lan Lash
    On the W side of the house.
  5. II* Church of St Cathen
    In a large churchyard occuping a high position at the S end of the village of Llangathen.
  6. II Church of St Mary
    On a hill-top site 150m NE of Court Henry.
  7. II* Court Henry
    In its own grounds on the W side of a minor road approximately 0.6km N of the A40 at its junction wi
  8. II Court Henry Lodge
    At the S entrance to the grounds of Court Henry, on the E side of the gateway.
  9. II Cow house and dairy at Lan Lash
    On the SW side of the house.
  10. 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.
  11. II East Bailiffs Lodge at Aberglasney
    To the NW of the house and backing on to the lane to Grongar Farm to the W of the lodge.
  12. II Gardener's Cottage Café at Aberglasney
    On the W side of the house and attached to the NW corner of the arcaded terrace.
  13. II* Gatehouse at Aberglasney
    On the NW side of the house.
  14. II Gates and gate piers at entrance to Court Henry
    At the S entrance to the grounds of Court Henry.
  15. II Glandulas Lodge
    On the E side of the drive to Glandulas Fawr at its junction on the S side of the A40 0.4km W of its
  16. II Hafodneddyn
    In its own grounds and reached by private drive on the E side of a minor road 1.1km N of its junctio
  17. II Lan Lash, including attached former cow sheds
    Approximately 1.1km SW of Broad Oak, in a farmyard set back on the S side of the A40.
  18. II* Llethr Cadfan Farmhouse including former 'granary' building
    Set back on the W side of a minor road 0.5km N of the crossroads with the A40 in Broad Oak.
  19. II Lodge to Aberglasney, including stone archways into courtyard
    To the NW of the house and beside a lane to Grongar Farm
  20. II Multi-purpose agricultural range at Llethr Cadfan Farm
    On the SE side of the farmhouse, facing the farmyard to the N.
  21. II NE courtyard range at Aberglasney, incorporating stables and cart shed
    To the NW of the house and at right angles to the lane to Grongar Farm.
  22. II Neuadd Llangathen
    Approximately 200m WNW of Llangathen church, set back from a minor road between Broad Oak and Golden
  23. II Old house, with attached former cow house, at Llwyncelyn Farm
    Approximately 2.6km NE of Llangathen church, reached by farm road on the N side of the A40 immediate
  24. II Pont Cilsan (partly in Llanfihangel Aberbythych)
    Crossing the Afon Tywi on a minor road between Llagathen and Golden Grove.
  25. II SE courtyard range, incorporating bakehouse and cow house at Aberglasney
    To the NW of the house and on the S side of the courtyard reached via the lane to Grongar Farm.
  26. II The Coach House and The Barn at Aberglasney
    To the NW of the house, on the W side of the courtyard reached via the lane to Grongar Farm.
  27. II War Memorial in Llangathen Churchyard
    On the SW side of the church.
  28. II West Bailiff's Lodge at Aberglasney
    To the NW of the house and backing on to the lane to Grongar Farm to the W of the lodge.

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