The parish church of St Cathen is a Grade II* listed building 
Within the parish is the country house of Aberglasney, also a Grade II* listed building, which once belonged to the Dyer family. It lies at the foot of Grongar Hill, the celebrated subject of a poem by John Dyer published in 1726.
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- "Church of St Cathen, Llangathen". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 21 December 2013.
- "Aberglasney, Llangathen". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 21 December 2013.
- "Allt y Wern" (PDF) (Map). Natural Resources Wales. 1:10,560. Countryside Council for Wales. 23 March 1983 [Designated 1973]. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
- "Carmarthenshire: Allt y wern" (PDF). Site of Special Scientific Interest Citation. Countryside Council for Wales. 1983 [Designated 1973]. Retrieved 27 April 2016 – via Natural Resources Wales.
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