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Listed Buildings in Llanybydder, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Barn, cart shed and stable at Gelli Uchaf
    On the SE side of the house.
  2. II Capel Rhydybont
    Situated on the N side of the B4337 at Rhyd-y-bont approximately 1.2km E of the centre of Llanybydde
  3. II Church of St Peter
    In a walled churchyard on the W side of the town and on the W side of the cattle market.
  4. II Cross Hands Hotel
    On the SE side of the main crossroads near the centre of the town.
  5. II Dolgwm Stores
    Facing the Black Lion Inn 100m NE of the parish church.
  6. II Former cottage to W of Beehive Cottage
    Approximately 2.3km SE of Llanybydder, on the S side of a minor road at its junction with the B4337.
  7. II Gelli Uchaf (also known as Gelli Gneuen)
    Approximately 1km NW of Rhydcymerau village, reached by track on the N side of a minor road between
  8. II Mile marker at Pont yr Henfaes
    Approximately 2.2km SW of Llanybydder, built within the N parapet of the bridge.
  9. II Peithyn, including attached garden walls
    Approximately3.8m SE of Llanybydder, reached by farm road on the N side of the B4337.
  10. II Pont Llanybydder (Partly in Llanwenog Community)
    Situated just W of Llanybydder, carrying B4337 across River Teifi.
  11. II Rhiw
    Approximately 0.8km WSW of Rhydcymerau village, reached by a track on the S side of a minor road bet
  12. II The Vicarage
    Approximately 0.75km NE of the parish church, in its own grounds on the edge of the town.

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