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Site Details

NPRN 94972

Map Reference SM80SE

Grid Reference SM86550286

Unitary (Local) Authority Pembrokeshire

Old County Pembrokeshire

Community Angle

Type of Site ALMSHOUSE

Broad Class Unassigned;Health and Welfare

Period Post Medieval

Site Description NAR SM80SE18

1. Function and date uncertain, O.S. say 'Probably lesser castle of the 14th century.' Rectangular 2 storey, rubble, quasi-painted obtuse angled arches. Vault below corbel table. (possibly almshouse or Nunnery.)

2. Ruins of a massively constructed two storeyed building, about 6.1m by 4.5m, with walls 1.0m thick.

4. Ruin of late medieval first-floor hall. Reputedly a nunnery, but without historical proof. More positively referred to in 1715 as having been an almshouse. Also referred to on OS plans as a castle.
PE/Domestic/SM83SE from Cadw
CHN 09/09/2004

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