List of National Trust properties in Wales

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Below is a list of the stately homes, historic houses, castles, abbeys, museums, estates, coastline and open country in the care of the National Trust in Wales, grouped into the unitary authority areas. Many areas of land owned by the trust, both open-access and closed to the public, are not listed here. This is a list of the more notable sites, generally defined as those having either an entry in the National Trust handbook, or a page on their website. There are many other areas of moorland and open country, agricultural holdings and coastline belonging to the National Trust, that are not listed here.

Anglesey[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Anglesey
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Plas Newydd House and Gardens 1976 Llanfairpwll
LL61 6DQ
53°12′09″N 4°12′55″W / 53.2026°N 4.21541°W / 53.2026; -4.21541 (Plas Newydd, Anglesey)
Plas Newydd, Anglesey The 18th century House is situated on the bank of the Menai Strait, and was the seat of the Marquesses of Anglesey.[1]
Cemlyn and North Anglesey Coast Coastline 1971 Cemlyn
LL67 0DY
53°24′44″N 4°31′03″W / 53.412228°N 4.51752°W / 53.412228; -4.51752 (Cemlyn Bay, Anglesey)
Cemlyn Bay, Anglesey The Trust has the care of extensive sections of coastline around Cemlyn bay, Cemaes Bay and Carmel Head.[2]

Carmarthenshire[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Carmarthenshire
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Aberdeunant Farmhouse Taliaris, Nr Llandeilo
51°57′34″N 3°56′00″W / 51.9594°N 3.9334°W / 51.9594; -3.9334 (Aberdeunant, Carmarthenshire)
Tenanted traditional working farmhouse, no longer generally open to the public[3]
Dinefwr Park and Newton House House and Parkland 1990 Llandeilo
SA19 6RT
51°52′56″N 4°00′51″W / 51.882099°N 4.01424°W / 51.882099; -4.01424 (Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire)
Newton House from Dinefwr Castle keep 18th century parkland landscape and Edwardian mansion. (There is also a castle managed by Cadw)[4]
Dolaucothi Gold Mines Archaeological site 1941 Pumsaint
SA19 8US
52°02′39″N 3°56′54″W / 52.0443°N 3.94824°W / 52.0443; -3.94824 (Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Carmarthenshire)
Dolaucothi Gold Mines Archaeology from Roman mines and Underground tours of Victorian and 20th century mines.[5]
Dolaucothi Estate woodland Woodland trails 1944 Pumsaint
SA19 8US
52°02′39″N 3°56′54″W / 52.0443°N 3.94824°W / 52.0443; -3.94824 (Dolaucothi Estate, Carmarthenshire)
Dolaucothi summit Multi-user trails through the woods and hills above the Gold Mines[6]
Paxton's Tower Folly 1965 Llanarthne, Dryslwyn
SA32 8HX
51°51′03″N 4°07′19″W / 51.850824°N 4.1218203°W / 51.850824; -4.1218203 (Paxton's Tower, Carmarthenshire)
Paxton's Tower, Carmarthenshire Known as 'Golwg y Byd' (Eye of the World), with views of seven counties, it is a folly built by Sir William Paxton (1745-1824)[7]

Ceredigion[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Ceredigion
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Llanerchaeron House and Estate 1986 Ciliau Aaron
SA46 6DG
52°13′06″N 4°13′32″W / 52.218201°N 4.22546°W / 52.218201; -4.22546 (Llanerchaeron, Ceredigion)
Llanerchaeron House 1790s John Nash villa surrounded by a self-contained farm estate and parkland.[8]
Mwnt Coastline 1963 Near Cardigan
SA43 1QF
52°08′08″N 4°38′21″W / 52.135648°N 4.6390951°W / 52.135648; -4.6390951 (Mwnt, Ceredigion)
Uncrowded beach at Mwnt Beach, headland and medieval church[9]
Penbryn Coastline 1967 Sarnau
SA44 6QL
52°08′38″N 4°29′47″W / 52.1438°N 4.49629°W / 52.1438; -4.49629 (Penbryn, Ceredigion)
Penbryn Beach from coastal path A mile of golden sand accessed through a wooded valley.[10]
Also in Ceredigion are numerous beaches, cliffs and coastal features such Ynys Lochtyn, Newquay - Cwm Tydu and Mynachdy'r Graig, and inland sites such as Henllan and Bryn Bras SSSI.

Conwy[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Conwy
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Aberconwy House Merchant's House 1934 Castle Street
LL32 8AY
53°16′56″N 3°49′38″W / 53.2821°N 3.82732°W / 53.2821; -3.82732 (Aberconwy House, Conwy)
Aberconwy House, Conwy 14th century house in the centre of Conwy.[11]
Bodnant Garden Gardens 1949 Tal-y-Cafn, Nr Colwyn Bay
LL28 5RE
53°14′20″N 3°52′08″W / 53.2388°N 3.8689°W / 53.2388; -3.8689 (Bodnant Garden, Conwy)
The Laburnum Arch at Bodnant Garden 80 acres (32 ha) garden, first planted in 1874 by Henry Pochin, on the edge of Snowdonia[12]
Bodysgallen Hall House, Gardens, Parkland 2008 Llandudno
LL30 1RS
53°17′48″N 3°48′10″W / 53.2966°N 3.80279°W / 53.2966; -3.80279 (Bodysgallen Hall, Llandudno)
Bodysgallen, Llandudno 17th century house with gardens and coastal parkland. nb. access only for customers at the Hotel, Restaurant or Spa.[13]
Conwy Suspension Bridge Bridge 1965 Conwy
LL32 8LD
53°16′52″N 3°49′41″W / 53.281128°N 3.828009°W / 53.281128; -3.828009 (Conwy Suspension Bridge)
Suspension bridge, Tubular bridge and Conwy Castle 1820 Thomas Telford bridge anchored to the walls of Conwy Castle[14]
Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant Upland farmhouse 1951 Nr Betws-y-Coed
LL25 0HJ
53°03′09″N 3°49′56″W / 53.052502°N 3.83218°W / 53.052502; -3.83218 (Ty Mawr Wybrnant, Conwy)
Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant Stonebuilt farmhouse in the Conwy Valley. Birthplace of Bishop William Morgan who translated the Bible into Welsh in 1588.[15]
Ysbyty Ifan Agricultural estate 1951 Ysbyty Ifan
LL24 0NP
53°01′27″N 3°43′46″W / 53.024175°N 3.7293937°W / 53.024175; -3.7293937 (Llanerchaeron, Conwy)
Bridge over the Conwy, Ysbyty Ifan The largest NT agricultural estate, 20,316 acres (8,222 ha) with 51 farms and 39 miles of footpaths. Formerly part of Lord Penrhyn's estates.[16]

Gwynedd[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Gwynedd
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Carneddau and Glyderau Mountains 1951 Nant Ffrancon
LL57 3LX
53°07′25″N 4°01′13″W / 53.1236°N 4.0204°W / 53.1236; -4.0204 (Carneddau and Glyderau, Gwynedd)
Lynn Bochlwyd and the Glyder range 21,000 acres (8,500 ha) of Snowdonia mountains, formerly part of the estates of Lord Penrhyn. It now has over 100 kilometres (62 mi) of footpaths.[17]
Craflwyn and Beddgelert Mountains and woods 1994 LL55 4NG
53°01′12″N 4°05′19″W / 53.0199°N 4.0886°W / 53.0199; -4.0886 (Craflwyn and Beddgelert, Gwynedd)
Coed Craflwyn Valley sides of Nant Gwynant, above the Llyn Gwynant and Llyn Dinas lakes near Beddgelert.[18]
Dolmelynllyn Estate Woodland, farmland and hotel 1936 Ganllwyd, Nr Dolgellau
LL57 3LX
52°48′06″N 3°53′24″W / 52.8017°N 3.89006°W / 52.8017; -3.89006 (Dolmelynllyn Estate, Gwynedd)
Coed Dolmelynllyn woodlands from Berth-lwyd 200 year old oak plantation, Coed Ganllwyd National Nature reserve and Rhaeadr Ddu waterfalls are some of the highlights of the area. Dolmelynllyn Hall is now a hotel.[19]
Hafod y Llan Upland farm 1998 Craflwyn, Beddgelert
LL55 4NG
53°01′12″N 4°05′19″W / 53.0199°N 4.0886°W / 53.0199; -4.0886 (Hafod y Llan, Gwynedd)
Farm boundary wall between Hafod y Porth and Hafod y Llan In terms of land area, the largest of the National Trust farms, stretching from Nant Gwynant to the summit of Snowdon.[20]
Llanbedrog Beach Coastline 2000 Llŷn Peninsula
LL53 7TT
52°51′19″N 4°28′55″W / 52.8553°N 4.48187°W / 52.8553; -4.48187 (Llanbedrog Beach, Gwynedd)
Beach huts, Llanbedrog beach Beachhuts on the sandy beach, with woodland and the nearby headland of Mynydd Tir y Cwmwd[21]
Ogwen Cottage Information Point 2014 Bangor
LL57 3LZ
53°07′24″N 4°01′08″W / 53.1233°N 4.01877°W / 53.1233; -4.01877 (Ogwen Cottage, Gwynedd)
Ogwen Cottage and Llyn Ogwen Information and activity hub for Snowdonia, Formerly an outdoor pursuit centre.[22]
Penrhyn Castle Neo-gothic castle 2014 Nant Ffrancon
LL57 4HT
53°13′33″N 4°05′43″W / 53.2259°N 4.09526°W / 53.2259; -4.09526 (Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd)
Penrhyn Castle 19th century mansion, opulent interiors, railway museum, 60 acres (24 ha) of gardens and parkland[23]
Plas yn Rhiw Manor House 1952 Rhiw,
LL53 8AB
52°49′24″N 4°41′08″W / 52.8234°N 4.68544°W / 52.8234; -4.68544 (Plas yn Rhiw, Gwynedd)
Plas yn Rhiw 16th century manor house, with Georgian additions, restored by three 'Keating sisters' who acquired in a run down state in 1938.[24]
Porth Meudwy Coastline 1990 Llŷn Peninsula
LL53 8DA
52°48′01″N 4°43′55″W / 52.8004°N 4.73193°W / 52.8004; -4.73193 (Porth Meudwy, Gwynedd)
Porth Meudwy Cove near Aberdaron, embarkation point for Bardsey Island[25]
Porth y Swnt Interpretation centre 2010 Aberdaron
LL53 8BE
52°48′17″N 4°42′42″W / 52.8048°N 4.7117°W / 52.8048; -4.7117 (Porth y Swnt, Gwynedd)
The centre of the village of Aberdaron Information and exhibits on Llŷn and Bardsey Island culture, heritage and environment, in the centre of Aberdaron.[26]
Porthdinllaen Fishing village 1994 Llŷn Peninsula
LL53 6DA
52°56′37″N 4°34′08″W / 52.9436°N 4.56877°W / 52.9436; -4.56877 (Porthdinllaen, Gwynedd)
Porthdinllaen from the beach Traditional fishing village perched on a narrow headland near Morfa Nefyn on the Llŷn Peninsula north coast.[27]
Porthor Coastline 1981 Aberdaron
LL53 8LG
52°49′55″N 4°43′24″W / 52.8320°N 4.72328°W / 52.8320; -4.72328 (Porthor, Gwynedd)
Porthor - The whistling sands Sandy bay at the very tip of Llŷn, with sands that reputedly 'whistle' when walked on.[28]
Segontium Roman fort 1937 Caernarfon
LL55 2LN
53°08′12″N 4°15′55″W / 53.13679°N 4.26526°W / 53.13679; -4.26526 (Segontium, Gwynedd)
Excavated foundations of the Roman fort of Segontium Extensive excavated foundations behind houses on the outskirts of Caernarfon, Wales. The site is owned by the National Trust, and managed by Cadw.[29]

Monmouthshire[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Monmouthshire
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Clytha Park House, folly and estate 1950? Nr Raglan
NP7 9BW
51°46′18″N 2°55′38″W / 51.77178°N 2.92728°W / 51.77178; -2.92728 (Clytha Park, Monmouthshire)
Clytha Castle - 18th century folly The 1830s house is occupied by tenants, so is not normally open. Clytha Castle, a 'folly' from the 1790s is used for Landmark Trust holiday rentals.[30]
The Kymin Hill-top Banqueting House 1902 Monmouth
NP25 3SF
51°48′33″N 2°41′00″W / 51.8091°N 2.6832°W / 51.8091; -2.6832 (The Kymin, Monmouthshire)
The Kymin - geograph.org.uk - 1499141 'The Round House' was built in 1792 to improve facilities for picnics by the local gentry. A nearby Naval memorial lists famous 18th century admirals[31]
Skenfrith Castle Castle 1936 Nr Abergavenny
NP7 8UH
51°52′40″N 2°47′22″W / 51.8778°N 2.7894°W / 51.8778; -2.7894 (Skenfrith Castle, Monmouthshire)
Skenfrith Castle Ruins of a 13th-century castle, which has origins in the Norman conquest of South Wales.[32]

Neath Port Talbot[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Neath Port Talbot
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall Industrial archaeology 1980 Neath Valley
SA10 9EU
51°40′51″N 3°46′40″W / 51.6807°N 3.77791°W / 51.6807; -3.77791 (Aberdulais, Neath Port Talbot)
Waterwheel, Aberdulais Industrial activity began in 1584 with copper production. In the 19th century it produced tin plate for the world, powered by water. The big wheel and a turbine still utilise water power next to the waterfall.[33]

Newport[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Newport
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Tredegar House Mansion 2012 Newport
NP10 8YW
51°33′42″N 3°01′41″W / 51.5616°N 3.0281°W / 51.5616; -3.0281 (Tredegar House, Newport)
Tredegar House 17th century mansion of the Morgan family, with stables and parkland[34]

Pembrokeshire[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Pembrokeshire
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Cilgerran Castle Castle 1938 Nr Cardigan
SA43 2SF
52°03′27″N 4°38′03″W / 52.0574°N 4.63413°W / 52.0574; -4.63413 (Cilgerran Castle, Pembrokeshire)
Castle at Cilgerran ruins of 13th century castle above the Teifi Gorge - in the guardianship of Cadw.[35]
Colby Woodland Garden Woodland 1980 Amroth
SA67 8PP
51°44′31″N 4°40′18″W / 51.7420°N 4.6717°W / 51.7420; -4.6717 (Colby Woodland Garden, Pembrokeshire)
Colby Woodland Garden Woodland gardens in a 'secret valley' above Saundersfoot Bay[36]
Marloes Sands and Mere Coastline and wetland 1941 Marloes peninsular
SA62 3BH
51°43′36″N 5°13′08″W / 51.7266°N 5.2188°W / 51.7266; -5.2188 (Marloes Sands, Pembrokeshire)
Raggle Rocks at Marloes Sands Long sandy beach with interesting rock formations. The mere is an SSSI notable for its birdlife.[37]
Martin's Haven Coastline 1981 Marloes peninsular
SA62 3BJ
51°44′05″N 5°14′33″W / 51.7346°N 5.24253°W / 51.7346; -5.24253 (Martin's Haven, Pembrokeshire)
Ferry at Martin's Haven [38]
Cleddau Woodlands Woodland Lawrenny
SA68 0PR
51°43′09″N 4°52′41″W / 51.7192°N 4.8780°W / 51.7192; -4.8780 (Cleddau Woodlands, Pembrokeshire)
Hills and woods around Lawrenny Quay Wooded valleys along the Cleddau Estuary.[39]
Solva Coast Coastline St David's
SA62 6UT
51°52′26″N 5°11′19″W / 51.8740°N 5.18866°W / 51.8740; -5.18866 (Solva Coast, Pembrokeshire)
Solva Harbour Solva Harbour is the central point in an 8 miles (13 km) stretch of National Trust coastline along the north side of St Brides Bay.[40]
Southwood Estate Coastline and farmland 2003 Mathry
SA62 5HE
51°50′53″N 5°06′32″W / 51.848127°N 5.1088°W / 51.848127; -5.1088 (Southwood Estate, Pembrokeshire)
View from Ty Coed De over Southwood Small fields and copses with views over St Brides Bay, running down to the cliffs and coast path.[41]
Stackpole Coastline and wetlands 1976 Nr Pembroke
SA71 5DQ
51°36′46″N 4°55′34″W / 51.612813°N 4.926159°W / 51.612813; -4.926159 (Stackpole, Pembrokeshire)
Stackpole Quay and Cliffs Remnant of an ancient estate with now demolished mansion. The wetlands are man-made lakes and the spectacular cliffs and bays include Barafundle Bay and Broadhaven[42]
St Davids Peninsula and Visitor Centre Coastline and Information point 1974 St Davids
SA62 6SD
51°52′49″N 5°15′46″W / 51.8803°N 5.2629°W / 51.8803; -5.2629 (St Davids Visitor Centre, Pembrokeshire)
Porthclais harbour Coastline at Porthclais and Whitesands. Visitor centre and shop in the centre of St David's[43]
Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby House 1937 Tenby
SA70 7BX
51°40′17″N 4°41′50″W / 51.6713°N 4.6971°W / 51.6713; -4.6971 (Tudor Merchant's House, Tenby)
Tudor Merchant's House on Quay Hill 15th century merchant's house with replica Tudor furniture[44]

Powys[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Powys
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Abergwesyn Common Open Country Nr Llanwtyd Wells
52°09′38″N 3°40′36″W / 52.1606°N 3.6767°W / 52.1606; -3.6767 (Abergwesyn Common, Powys)
Abergwesyn Common Twelve mile wide expanse of remote mid-Wales, crossed by a few minor roads, and dotted with prehistoric and medieval sites.[45]
Powis Castle & Garden Castle and gardens 1952 Welshpool
SY21 8RF
52°38′57″N 3°09′27″W / 52.6492°N 3.1576°W / 52.6492; -3.1576 (Powis Castle, Powys)
Powis Castle 13th century castle that evolved into the country seat of the Herbert family, surrounded by elaborate gardens in French and Italianate styles[46]
Brecon Beacons NationalPark 1936 e.g. Pont ar Daf
LD3 8NL
51°52′09″N 3°28′23″W / 51.8691°N 3.4731°W / 51.8691; -3.4731 (Brecon Beacons)
The Brecon Beacons Mountain tracts such as those around Pen y Fan, Sugar Loaf and Ysgyryd Fawr, and glaciated valleys, and waterfalls such as Sgwd Henrhyd[47]

Swansea[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Swansea
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Rhossili and south Gower coast Coastline 1933 Gower
SA3 1PR
51°34′07″N 4°17′13″W / 51.5685°N 4.2869°W / 51.5685; -4.2869 (Rhossili)
Fall Bay, south of Rhossili headland The UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with visitor centre and headlands and bays from Rhossili Bay and Worm's Head south around the peninsular.[48]
Pennard, Pwll Du and Bishopston Valley Coastline 1954 southgate
SA3 2DH
51°34′01″N 4°05′16″W / 51.5669°N 4.0878°W / 51.5669; -4.0878 (Pwll Du and Bishopston Valley)
Bishopston Valley opening onto Pwll Du Bay Cliffs, caves, a wooded valley and Pwll Du headland with views to the mumbles.[49]
Whiteford and North Gower Coastline Cheriton
51°37′48″N 4°15′01″W / 51.6300°N 4.2503°W / 51.6300; -4.2503 (Whiteford Sands)
Whiteford Sands Saltmarsh, mudflats and sand dunes, with heathland inland[50]

Vale of Glamorgan[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Vale of Glamorgan
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Dyffryn Gardens Gardens 2012 St Nicholas
CF5 6SU
51°26′15″N 3°18′15″W / 51.4376°N 3.3042°W / 51.4376; -3.3042 (Dyffryn Gardens)
Dyffryn House and Gardens Edwardian designed by Thomas Mawson in 1906 for John Cory, over 55 acres (22 ha). Within the gardens is Dyffryn House, a Victorian mansion, acquired unfurnished in 2013 and under restoration. By 2016 some rooms were open and furnished with 'hands-on' items that can be played with.[51]

Wrexham[edit]

List of National Trust properties in Wrexham
Site Name Property type Year acquired Location Image Description
Chirk Castle Castle 1981 Chirk
LL14 5AF
52°56′09″N 3°05′01″W / 52.9359°N 3.0835°W / 52.9359; -3.0835 (Chirk Castle)
Chirk Castle, Main Approach 14th century castle of the time of Edward I, aggrandised over several hundred years by the Myddleton family, and in the 20th century by Lord Howard de Waldon.[52]
Erddig Mansion and estate 1973 Wrexham
LL13 0YT
53°01′38″N 3°00′11″W / 53.0273°N 3.00296°W / 53.0273; -3.00296 (Erddig)
Erddig, side entrance Eighteenth century mansion set in gardens and parkland, within a 1,200 acres (490 ha) estate. Extensive preserved servants quarters and estate workshops, and family rooms of the Yorke family and their predecessors.[53]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Trust web page for plas-newydd-country-house-and-gardens, accessdate=27 January 2016
  2. ^ National Trust web page for plas-newydd-country-house-and-gardens/trails/the-trwyn-cemlyn-walk-on-anglesey
  3. ^ National Trust web page for aberdeunant, accessdate=28 January 2016
  4. ^ National Trust web page for dinefwr, accessdate=28 January 2016
  5. ^ National Trust web page for dolaucothi-gold-mines, accessdate=28 January 2016
  6. ^ National Trust web page for /dolaucothi-gold-mines/trails/estate-trail-at-dolaucothi, accessdate=27 January 2016
  7. ^ National Trust not yet identified
  8. ^ National Trust web page for llanerchaeron, accessdate=28 January 2016
  9. ^ National Trust not yet identified, accessdate=28 January 2016
  10. ^ National Trust web page for features/penbryn-beach-cardigan-wales, accessdate=28 January 2016
  11. ^ Web page for aberconwy-house at the National Trust website. Retrieved 29 January 2016
  12. ^ Web page for bodnant-garden at the National Trust website. Retrieved 29 January 2016
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  14. ^ National Trust web page for conwy-suspension-bridge, accessdate=29 January 2016
  15. ^ National Trust web page for ty-mawr-wybrnant, accessdate=29 January 2016
  16. ^ National Trust web page for ysbyty-ifan, accessdate=29 January 2016
  17. ^ National Trust web page for carneddau-and-glyderau, accessdate=28 January 2016
  18. ^ National Trust web page for craflwyn-and-beddgelert, accessdate=29 January 2016
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  22. ^ National Trust not yet identified, accessdate=28 January 2016
  23. ^ National Trust web page for penrhyn-castle, accessdate=30 January 2016
  24. ^ National Trust web page for plas-yn-rhiw, accessdate=30 January 2016
  25. ^ National Trust web page for features/porth-meudwy, accessdate=28 January 2016
  26. ^ National Trust web page for porth-y-swnt, accessdate=30 January 2016
  27. ^ National Trust web page for features/porthdinllaen, accessdate=30 January 2016
  28. ^ National Trust web page for features/porthor, accessdate=30 January 2016
  29. ^ National Trust web page for segontium, accessdate=30 January 2016
  30. ^ National Trust web page for sugarloaf-and-usk-valley/features/clytha-estate, accessdate=30 January 2016
  31. ^ National Trust web page for the-kymin, accessdate=30 January 2016
  32. ^ National Trust web page for skenfrith-castle, accessdate=30 January 2016
  33. ^ National Trust web page for aberdulais-tin-works-and-waterfall, accessdate=31 January 2016
  34. ^ National Trust web page for tredegar-house, accessdate=31 January 2016
  35. ^ Web page for cilgerran-castle at the National Trust website. Retrieved 1 February 2016
  36. ^ Web page for colby-woodland-garden at the National Trust website. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  37. ^ Web page for marloes-sands-and-mere at the National Trust website. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  38. ^ Martin's Haven (page not yet identified) at the National Trust website. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  39. ^ Web page for cleddau-woodlands at the National Trust website. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  40. ^ Web page for solva-coast at the National Trust website. Retrieved 31 January 2016
  41. ^ Web page for southwood-estate at the National Trust website. Retrieved 13 February 2016
  42. ^ Web page for stackpole at the National Trust website. Retrieved 13 February 2016
  43. ^ Web page for st-davids-visitor-centre-and-shop at the National Trust website. Web page for st-davids-peninsula at the National Trust website. Retrieved 2 March 2016
  44. ^ Web page for tudor-merchants-house at the National Trust website. Retrieved 2 March 2016
  45. ^ Web page for abergwesyn-common at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  46. ^ Web page for powis-castle-and-garden at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  47. ^ Web page for brecon-beacons at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  48. ^ Web page for rhossili-and-south-gower-coast at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  49. ^ Web page for pennard-pwll-du-and-bishopston-valley at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  50. ^ Web page for whiteford-and-north-gower at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  51. ^ Web page for dyffryn-gardens at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  52. ^ Web page for chirk-castle at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016
  53. ^ Web page for erddig at the National Trust website. Retrieved 4 March 2016

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