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This imposing medieval palace stands in a grassy hollow next to purple-stoned St Davids Cathedral. Largely the work of Bishop Henry de Gower(1328-47), no expense was spared in creating this grand residence with lavish stone carvings.
Remains of a sumptuous, mock-fortified manor built by the Mansel family during the sixteenth century. OS map 159: SS 497862
The 14th Century Weobley Castle is perched on the Gower's wild north coast with a commanding view over the nearby marshes. Built by the de Bere family, Weobley served more as a fortified manor house than a serious military stronghold.
As well as playing a key role in community life in Brynaman, The Black Mountain Centre offers a wealth of facilities for visitors and business customers throughout the year.
Cilgerran Castle is a 13th-century ruined castle located in Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, Wales, near Cardigan. The castle is a National Trust property, in the guardianship of Cadw.
The magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2000 years. Set in a stunning location, overlooking a 23 acre millpond, the castle displays the development from a Norman fortification to an Elizabethan country house.
Dylan Thomas was one of the greatest writers from Wales and a giant in the 20th century. He lived at the Boathouse for the last four years of his life during which time many major pieces of work were written.
The extensive remains of this lavish country retreat provide a glimpse of the lifestyles enjoyed by the medieval bishops of St Davids, worldly men who enjoyed the privileges of wealth, power and status.
There are few castles in Wales - or Europe for that matter - which can boast a more spectacular location than Carreg Cennen. Its ruins crown a precipitous crag in a remote corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
A 12th Century Water Powered Cornmill,the Heritage Centre has Tearooms,craft workshops for,pottery,weaving,food foraging,artisan bread,blacksmith,guided walks,coach tours of the Gower,indoor childrens playareas,Woollen Mill & animals.
The Flying Boat Interpretation Centre and Workshop in Pembroke Dock, which is unique to the UK, opened its doors on 27th June 2009 and has been visited by many thousands of visitors since.
12th-century Welsh castle, historic house and 18th-century landscape park, enclosing a medieval deer park
Laugharne Castle is a castle in the town of Laugharne in southern Carmarthenshire. It is located on the estuary of the River Tâf. Medieval in origin, it was later transformed into a fine Elizabethan mansion.
Kidwelly is on a par with the other great castles of Wales.
We all get our moments. But if you want a truly medieval moment, catch a glimpse of Kidwelly shrouded in early morning mist. Spine-tingling stuff.
Step back 500 years and discover how the Tudor merchant and his family would have lived in this fascinating three-storey house, situated close to the harbour within the historic walled town of Tenby.
A traditional Carmarthenshire farmhouse in an unspoilt setting and providing a rare insight into an aspect of agricultural life that has all but disappeared.
On a forty foot high limestone ridge overlooking the pretty village of Mumbles Oystermouth Castle is a spectacular location. The earliest building remains at Oystermouth Castle, the keep in the central block, date from the early 12thC
Gold mines in use from Roman times to the 20th century. These unique gold mines are set amid wooded hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley.
Loughor town was established by the Romans as a crossing point on the River Loughor and later with the building of the castle as a defended town by the Normans.
St Hilary’s was consecrated in 1926, is built of Red Brick and although small by many standards boasts some very fine Stained Glass Windows