List of family seats of Welsh nobility

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

See also Welsh peers and baronets
Primary Title Family Seat
The Marquess of AbergavennyEridge Castle, Kent, England[1]
The Marquess of AngleseyPlas Newydd, Anglesey, Wales[2]
The Marquess of Milford Haven
The Earl of CarnarvonHighclere 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 MontgomeryWilton House, Wiltshire, England[7]
The Earl of PowisPowis Castle, near Welshpool, Powys, Wales[8]
The Earl of Snowdon
The Earl of LisburneTrawsgoed, near Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales.[9]
The Viscount St Davids
The Viscount TredegarTredegar House, Monmouthshire, Wales[10]
The Baron Dynevor
The Lord GlanuskDower House in Glanusk Park, Powys, Wales
The Williams-Bulkeley baronetsBaron Hill, Beaumaris, 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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