List of family seats of Welsh nobility

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This is an incomplete list of Welsh titled gentry family seats.

See also Welsh peers and baronets
Primary Title Family Seat
The Marquess of Abergavenny Eridge Castle, Kent, England[1]
The Marquess of Anglesey Plas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales[2]
The Marquess of Milford Haven
The Earl of Carnarvon Highclere Castle, Hampshire, England[3]
The Earl Cawdor of Castlemartin in Pembroke Cawdor Castle, Nairn, Scotland[4]
The Earl of Denbigh and Desmond Newnham Paddox, Warwickshire, England[5]
The Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor Ffynone, near Newcastle Emlyn in Carmarthenshire, Wales[6]
The Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery Wilton House, Wiltshire, England[7]
The Earl of Powis Powis Castle, near Welshpool, Powys, Wales[8]
The Earl of Snowdon
The Earl of Lisburne Trawsgoed, near Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales.[9]
The Viscount St Davids
The Viscount Tredegar Tredegar House, Monmouthshire, Wales[10]
The Baron Dynevor
The Lord Glanusk Dower House in Glanusk Park, Powys, Wales
The Williams-Bulkeley baronets Baron Hill, Anglesey, Wales[11]
The Williams-Wynn baronets Historically, until 1920, Bodelwyddan Castle, Denbighshire, Wales[12]
The Baron of Cymmer-yn-Edeirnion Historically, until 16th century, Gwerclas Castle, later Pen-y-Clawdd near Chirk, Denbighshire, Wales


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