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Listed Buildings in Llaneilian, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Capel Bozrah
    At the NW end of the village of Pen-y-Sarn, the chapel is set back from the road at the head of a sy
  2. I Church of St Eilian
    In Llaneilian village, set in a large rectangular churchyard with stone boundary walls and two sets
  3. II* Church of St Gwenllwyfo Photos
    Set back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the W side of a country road between Nebo an
  4. II Courtyard walls and outbuilding to rear of Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneil
  5. II Cross in churchyard of Church of St Eilian
    Located in the churchyard directly to S of the W tower of the Church of St Eilian.
  6. II End Cottage adjoining Mynydd Adda
    Located at the NW end of a row of cottages set along the SW side of the country road leading out of
  7. II Garden wall, railings and gates at Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneil
  8. II Grand Lodge
    Slightly set back from the E side of a country road leading SE from Nebo towards Traeth Dulas; the l
  9. II Henblas and attached outbuildings
    Set well back, along a private track, from the SE side of the country road leading through the villa
  10. II Llanfoi
    Sited along the N side of the country road running through the village of Llaneilian; located c175m
  11. II Llanfoi
    Sited along the N side of the country road running through the village of Llaneilian; located c175m
  12. II Llanfoi
    Sited along the N side of the country road running through the village of Llaneilian; located c175m
  13. II Lychgate at W entrance to Church of St Eilian
    Located at the western entrance to the churchyard to the Church of St Eilian.
  14. II Lychgate to S entrance of Church of St Eilian
    Located at the southern entrance to the churchyard to the Church of St Eilian; directly S of the SW
  15. II Point Lynas Lighthouse and Telegraph Station with accommodation blocks and enclosure walls
    On Point Lynas, 1km approx N of Llaneilian.
  16. II Privy block at Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneil
  17. II Railings to yard at Capel Bozrah
    Enclosing the yard in the front of the chapel, running between Ty Capel Bozrah and the school room/s
  18. II Rectory
    Set back from the N side of a lane which runs E off the country road between the villages of Llaneil
  19. II School Room and Store at Capel Bozrah
    At right angles to the chapel, forming the right hand range of a symmetrically planned group of 3 as
  20. II Shiloh Chapel and schoolroom
    Slightly set back, within railed and walled courtyard, from the SE side of a country road leading N
  21. II Tan y Fynwent
    Set well back from the NE side of the country road leading through the village of Llaneilian; Tan y
  22. II The Olde Telegraph
    Set back from the NNE side of a lane which leads E and SE from the Llaneilian to Pengorffwysfa road.
  23. II Ty Capel Bozrah
    At right angles to the chapel, forming the left hand range of a symmetrically planned group of 3 ass
  24. II Walls and railings at entrance by Grand Lodge
    Set along the E side of a country road leading SE from Nebo towards Traeth Dulas; adjacent to Grand
  25. II Walls and railings at entrance opposite Grand Lodge
    Set along the E side of a country road leading SE from Nebo towards Traeth Dulas; adjacent to Grand
  26. II Ynys Dulas Tower
    In an isolated location on the small islet of Ynys Dulas, c1km off the W coast of Anglesey.

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