Has been described as a Possible Uncertain

There are no visible remains

Alternative NamesCoedmawr; Coedmor; Castell Cevel; Llangoedmor; Coit Maur
Historic CountryCardiganshire
Modern AuthorityCeredigion
1974 AuthorityDyfed

The mansion stands a little way up the hill from the original manor house (where current gardens are nprn 265095). The present mansion built in the 18th century is Georgian in style. With a hipped slate roof, with eaves and chimney stacks and a number of sash windows. From the main building are offset tower wing (Nprn 35306) and a north wing. Stairs connect the mansion to the tower wing, whose upper floor is an octagonal library. The north wing is self contained. Outbuildings include coach house and stables. (Coflein)

Mansion in lower Teifi Valley, stands in a prominent position above a gorge oin the river course, opposite Cilgerran castle. (Dyfed Archaeological Trust HER)

Gatehouse Comments

Although the house is relatively modern this site is clearly the Llancoedmor mentioned by Leland, as Coit Maur, of which King writes nothing known.

- Philip Davis

Not scheduled

Not Listed

The National Monument Record (Coflein) number(s)
County Historic Environment Record
OS Map Grid ReferenceSN195434
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  • Davis, Paul, 2000, A Company of Forts. A Guide to the Medieval Castles of West Wales (Gomer Press) p. 124
  • King, D.J.C., 1983, Castellarium Anglicanum (London: Kraus) Vol. 1 p. 49
  • Rees, Wm, 1932, Map of South Wales and the Border in the 14th century (Ordnance Survey) (A handbook to the map was published in 1933)
  • Lewis, Samual, 1849, A Topographical Dictionary of Wales online copy


  • Toulmin-Smith, Lucy (ed), 1910, The itinerary of John Leland in or about the years 1535-1543_ (Bell and Sons; London) Vol. 4 p. 168 online copy