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Listed Buildings in Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Bryntirion
    Set well back from the road on the N side of the B5111, to ENE of Mona Lodge; c250m WSW of the Churc
  2. II Carmel Independent Chapel and schoolroom
    Set back from the S side of Llaneilian Road at the junction with the turn off to Bod-Ednyfed.
  3. II Chimney nearest to the Sail Loft
    Located to the NE end of the Lower Basin of the old harbour, c55m E of the Sail Loft and to SE of th
  4. II* Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, St Winifred Photos
    In an elevated position, set back from the N side of the A5025 on the way out to Porth Llechog (Bull
  5. II* Church of St Eleth
    Set back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the E side of Queen Street in the centre of
  6. II Copper Hoppers
    A linear range aligned along the E side of the Upper Basin or inner harbour of the harbour at Porth
  7. II Dinorben Arms Hotel
    Located along the W side of Queen Street, directly SW of the Church of St Eleth.
  8. II Dry dock
    Located to the NE of the old harbour, and S of the new harbour.
  9. II Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru
    On the N side of the road from Amlwch Port to Pengorffwysfa, set back in a railed forecourt.
  10. II English Methodist Chapel with attached schoolroom, including railings to front
    Sited parallel to Wesley Street, raised high on a rock embankment.
  11. II Former stables-coachhouse at Mona Lodge
    Located on the N side of the B5111 (Mona Street) at its junction with Lodge Orchard; the stable-coac
  12. II Harbour Walls of old harbour
    Located to the N of Lon y Cei (Quay Street), with a slipway to the S end; sections of walling link u
  13. II Lighthouse and watchtower, with attached building at the entrance of the old harbour
    Located at the W end of the pier at the N end of the Lower Basin or outer part of the old harbour.
  14. II Lychgate at Church of St Eleth
    Forming the main W entrance to the irregularly shaped churchyard of the Church of St. Eleth; located
  15. II Madyn Dysw
    Accessed via a narrow side road leading off the E side of Lon Goch, where Lon Goch changes direction
  16. II Melin Adda
    Set back from the N side of Ffordd Tanybryn, c200m due east of Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones in Pentrefelin
  17. II Mona Lodge
    Located on the N side of the B5111 (Mona Street) at its junction with Lodge Orchard; No. 1 occupies
  18. II Mona Lodge
    Located on the N side of the B5111 (Mona Street) at its junction with Lodge Orchard; No. 2 is to the
  19. II Mona Lodge
    Located on the N side of the B5111 (Mona Street) at its junction with Lodge Orchard; No. 2 is to the
  20. II Mona Windmill
    Located on a headland to the W of Porth Amlwch. Reached via an unsurfaced trackway leading E off th
  21. II No.4 Mona Lodge
    Located on the N side of the B5111 (Mona Street) at its junction with Lodge Orchard; No. 4 occupies
  22. II Old National School
    Located on the N side of the A5025, on the lower side of the hillside leading down into Amlwch.
  23. II Parc Mawr
    Set back from the NE side of the A5025 on the SE approach to the town of Amlwch; c1.5km SE of the Ch
  24. II Parys Mountain Windmill
    In an isolated location, set back from the SE side of the B5111 running S out of Amlwch. The windmi
  25. II Pearl Engine House
    Located in a prominent position on the extreme north-east side of Parys Mountain. Accessed via a min
  26. II Pier at the entrance of the old harbour
    Located at the N end of the E side of the Lower Basin or outer part of the old harbour.
  27. II Sail Loft
    In an elevated position above the dry dock at the N end of the harbour, the sail loft is slightly se
  28. II Ty-newydd
    Located at the E side of the A5025 on the way out of Amlwch to the south. The cottage lies SW of th
  29. II* Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones
    Set back, within private grounds, from the SW side of Ffordd Tanybryn in Pentrefelin.

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