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Llangybi House

Pgds 20091017 185431 Llangybi1


Although Llangybi House (also spelled Llangibby) was demolished in the mid-20th century the layout of late-17th- to early-18th-century terraces survives, along with walled gardens and a Scots pine avenue. The large motte on the site was planted with evergreens in the 19th century.

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Features & Designations


  • CADW Register of Landscapes Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales

  • Reference: PGW(Gt) 27
  • Grade: II
  • Tree Preservation Order

  • Reference: No 29


  • Ruin
  • Description: The ruins of the medieval Llangibby Castle.
  • Motte
  • Description: The 12th-century motte was planted with conifers and rhododendrons in the 19th century. Its flat top was used over many generations as a bowling green.
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  • Avenue
  • Description: A long Scots pine avenue that has been continually replanted. It is known as Llangibby Walks.
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Key Information




Agriculture And Subsistence

Principal Building

Agriculture And Subsistence


Part: standing remains