Henllys, Pembrokeshire

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Grid reference: SN107392
Location: 52°1’11"N, 4°45’32"W
Local Government

Henllys is a hamlet in Pembrokeshire, close by Felindre Farchog and in the parish of Nevern. It is found above the north bank of the River Nevern.

The name 'Henllys' means 'Old court'.

The hamlet is best known for an Iron Age archaeological site and reconstruction: Castell Henllys.