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Listed Buildings in Barmouth, Gwynedd

  1. II ,1,St George's Terrace,Old Barmouth,,GWYNEDD,LL42 1BN
    Located towards the top of the old town on a raised, parapetted terrace.
  2. II ,2,St George's Terrace,Old Barmouth,,GWYNEDD,LL42 1BN
    Located towards the top of the old town on a raised, parapetted terrace.
  3. II ,3 & 4,St George's Terrace,Old Barmouth,,GWYNEDD,LL42 1BN
    Adjoining nos 1 and 2 to the right, and facing a narrow lane with terrace garden beyond; now convert
  4. II ,5,St George's Terrace,Old Barmouth,,GWYNEDD,LL42 1BN
    Situated towards the top of the old town, beneath Rock Cottages whose terrace wall it is built again
  5. II ,8,St George's Terrace,Old Barmouth,,GWYNEDD,LL42 1BN
    Built against the rock, immediately behind Williams Buildings, and adjacent to Green Bank.
  6. II ,9,St George's Terrace,Old Barmouth,,GWYNEDD,LL42 1BN
    Built against the rock, immediately behind Williams Buildings, and adjacent to Green Bank. Access t
  7. II Aber House
    Located at right-angles with the High Street and facing Church Street to the SE. Behind dwarf front
  8. II Achorage View
    Set back slightly on the bend of the road and raised up on a rubble- walled terrace with stepped acc
  9. II Adjacent Former Wash House
    On elevated ground immediately above the main road approximately 300m SW of Pont Glandwr; at the end
  10. II Adjoining raised Terrace to Eof Glan-y-Mawddach
    Located on a raised site to the W of the main road between Cutiau and Barmouth bridge and with outst
  11. II Anchor Cottage
    On the street-line, partly set back behind a modern brick dwarf-walled forecourt/garden.
  12. II Attached Cottage tot he rear of Walsal House
    On the street line.
  13. II* Barmouth Railway Bridge (partly in Arthog Community) Photos
    Long viaduct spanning the Mawddach estuary immediately to the S of Barmouth and crossing into Arthog
  14. II Barmouth South Signal Box
    Adjoining the level crossing at the south end of Beach Road and close to the SE end of Barmouth Stat
  15. II Barn at Hendre Coed Isaf
    Set back slightly from the road and at right-angles with it, behind a sloped rubble wall.
  16. II Barn at Llwyn Onn Bach
    Situated on a hillside sloping down towards the mouth of the Afon Dwynant. Approximately 3km NE of B
  17. II Barn, Stables and Carthouse Range at Yn-y-Coed
    Immediately to the NE of the stable block at Tyn y Coed and at right angles with the A 496, on the S
  18. II Bodowen
    On elevated ground immediately above the main road approximately 300m SW of Pont Glandwr; at the end
  19. II Caprera Cottage
    Located towards the top of the old town above Bron Eifion behind a small, dwarf-walled terrace.
  20. II Church Hall
    Set back slightly from the lane on a raised plateau behind a part walled and railed garden.
  21. II Corn Drying House at Felin Sylfaen
    Situated immediately behind Felin Sylfaen, on a bend where the narrow metalled lane from Cutiau to C
  22. II Decorative Garden Gates and Gate Piers at Glan-y-Mawddach
    Located approximately 50m N of Glan-y-Mawddach and giving on to a long topiary-lined walk.
  23. II Discount World (Formerly Caersalem Chapel)
    Situated prominently on the street-line.
  24. II* Dower House at Llwyndu
    Immediately to the W of the main house and at right-angles with it.
  25. II Former Barn Range at Glandwr
    At the SE end of the upper yard at Glandwr.
  26. II Former Coach House and Stables at Glan-y-Mawddach
    Located beneath the house to the SE, and enclosing a cobbled court onthe S and W sides.
  27. II Former Cowhouse and hay-barn at Glandwr
    In the lower yard at Glandwr, at the N end of the yard.
  28. II Former Cowhouse at Llwyndu
    Situated to S of the main house and other former farm buildings with its E egable end onto an inclin
  29. II Former Domestic/Stable Block ar Hendre Coed Isaf
    Immediately to the N of the barn at Hendre Coed Isaf, about 60m from the road.
  30. II Former Farmhouse at Sylfaen
    Situated on a hillside sloping down towards the mouth of the Afon Dwynant. Approximately 4km NE of B
  31. II Former Methodist Chapel and graveyard walls with attached former Minister's Cottage
    At the end of a steep and narrow lane leading off to the NE of Pont Glandwr, off the main road; on a
  32. II Former Stable Range at Glandwr
    On the W side of the upper yard at Glandwr
  33. II Former Wash-House or Shop advanced to the R of Quay Cottage
    Set back from the street line behind dwarf rubble forecourt walls with simple central gate. The cot
  34. II Former Watermill at Llwyndu
    Barmouth
  35. II Fron-y-Graig
    Set back behind railed rubble forecourt walls and raised up slightly on a terrace. At the junction w
  36. II Gibraltar Cottage
    Situated against the steep slope of the hill above Bennar Terrace and bordered to the E side and rea
  37. II* Glan Glasfor to the rear of Morris & Co.
    Situated prominently on the street line.
  38. II Glan-y-Mawddach
    Located on a raised site to the W of the main road between Cutiau and Barmouth bridge and with outst
  39. II Glanafon
    Set back slightly on the bend of the road and raised up on a rubble- walled terrace with stepped acc
  40. II Graig Fach
    Set back slightly behind a metalled forecourt with an adjacent petrol station to the R.
  41. II Graig Fach
    Set back slightly behind a metalled forecourt with an adjacent petrol station to the R.
  42. II Haybarn at SW end of Yard at Glandwr
    Alongside the former stable range on the W side of the upper yard at Glandwr.
  43. II L-shaped Cottage and Former Dairy at Glandwr
    On the E side of the upper yard at Glandwr
  44. II Llwyn Onn Bach Farmhouse
    Situated on a hillside sloping down towards the mouth of the Afon Dwynant. Approximately 3km NE of B
  45. II Llwyn Onn Isaf Farmhouse
    Situated on a hillside sloping down towards the mouth of the Afon Dwynant. Approximately 3km NE of
  46. II Llwyndu Guest House
    Situated on a hillside and accessed via a track running uphill from the main road, approximately 0.5
  47. II Lodge at Glandwr
    Prominently located on the SE side of the main road, 150m to the E of Pont Glandwr.
  48. II Long Barn Range at Llwyndu, including attached Small Range at S End
    Situated immediately uphill from the house and at right-angles with it.
  49. II Lychgate at St Philips Church
    The church is reached up a steep lane off the main road; the lychgate is at the entrance to the slop
  50. II Midland Bank
    On the street line and adjoining Walter Lloyd Jones and Co., Estate Agents
  51. II Milepost
    Situated on the W side of the road in front of a low rubble wall on the pavement.
  52. II* Morris & Co., General Cambrain Establishment (former Drapers Shop) Photos
    Situated prominently on the street line.
  53. II Nos.1,2,3 & 4 Goronwy Terrace,,,,,gwynedd,
    Goronwy Terrace is a steeply sloping footpath loosely linking Church Street and Gloddfa Road, in Old
  54. II Nos.2 & 3 Bennar Terrace,,,,,gwynedd,
    Bennar Terrace is a steeply sloping footpath, one of the principal routes to thread its way through
  55. I Parish Church of Saint Mary and Saint Bodfan
    On a striking site overlooking the sea to the W of the slightly elevated main road; in a large grave
  56. II Pen-y--Gribin and Bwth-yn-y-Bryn with rear attached outbuilding and stone steps adjoining to
    Located towards the top of the old town on a raised terrace and behind small dwarf-walls; partly bui
  57. II Pen-y-Crisiau Photos
    On the street line and at right-angles with it.
  58. II Pen-y-Graig Isa
    Situated against the steep slope of the hill above Bennar Terrace and bordered to the E side and rea
  59. II Pen-y-Graig Upper Cottage
    Situated against the steep slope of the hill above Bennar Terrace and bordered to the E side and rea
  60. II Pen-y-Gribin & Bwth-yn--Bryn) with rear attached outbuildg & Stone Steps adjoining to SW
    Located towards the top of the old town on a raised terrace and behind small dwarf-walls; partly bui
  61. II* Plas Canol
    Situated on a hill to the E of the main road, and reached via a long farm track; about 1km N of Llan
  62. II* Plas Mynach Photos
    Situated on raised ground 1.5 km to the NW of Barmouth Railway Station and lying between the railway
  63. II Plas Mynach Lodge
    Set back slightly from the main road behind a rubble wall splayed inwards to R and terminating in a
  64. II Porth Mynach
    On the SW side of the main road, behind a low rubble wall.
  65. II Quay Cottage
    Set back from the street line behind dwarf rubble forecourt walls with simple central gate. The cot
  66. II Rubble Forecourt Walls and Gates at Tyn y Coed
    Immediately to the NE of the stable block at Tyn y Coed and at right angles with the A 496, on the S
  67. II Secondary House at Plas Canol ('The Bothy')
    To the rear of the main house of Plas Canol, on the E side of the track leading to Tyddyn-y-nant.
  68. II St Anne House
    Raised up on a terrace and set back to the N of the street; reached via a long flight of steps.
  69. II St David's Church Photos
    Prominently located at the approach to the lower part of the town centre; on a triangular plot with
  70. II* St John's Church Photos
    Prominently located on an elevated site against the steep, rocky slope of the hill, at the end of St
  71. II* St Philip's Church Photos
    At the end of a steep lane off the A 496 between Barmouth and Bontddu. Dramatically sloping churchya
  72. II Stable Block at Tyn-y-Coed
    Immediately to the NE of Tyn y Coed farmhouse, on the L of the lane leading to the house.
  73. II Stables/Cartshed at Llwyn Bach
    Immediately to the NE of the cottage and at right-angles with it, closing the E side of a small gras
  74. II Summer House at Glan-y-Mawddach
    Barmouth
  75. II Tan y Graig
    On the corner of the lane, immediately behind the Cors y Gedol Hotel.
  76. II Tan-y-Fron
    Set back behind railed rubble forecourt walls and raised up slightly on a terrace. At the junction w
  77. II Tan-y-Grisiau, (Country Choice)
    On the street line and at right-angles with it.
  78. II Tanyrallt
    Set against the hill side to the E of an unnamed lane which winds behind and above Water Street. Beh
  79. II Tanyrallt Cottage
    On the corner of the lane where Water St. meets Cambrian St.
  80. II The Clock House
    Prominently sited on a natural projection into the estuary, immediately to the S of the main road, a
  81. II The Cors-y-Gedol Hotel
    On the street line.
  82. II Ty Crwn (The Lock-up) Photos
    Standing about 40m to the W of Ty Gwyn, behind Abermaw Terrace, and in a recent landscaped setting.
  83. II* Ty Gwyn with Davey Jones' Locker Cafe Photos
    Located at right angles with the harbour street and sited against a gentle slope; set back slightly
  84. II Tyn-y-Coed
    Set back slightly from the street; flanking sections of dwarf wall with decorative Victorian railing
  85. II Tyn-y-Coed Farmhouse
    Located at the end of a short unmetalled drive with farm buildings to L, to the S of the A 496, and
  86. II Walsal House (The Old Tea Rooms)
    Barmouth
  87. II Walter Lloyd Jones & Co., Estate Agents, and Walter Lloyd Jones, Salesroom
    On the street line.
  88. II Williams Buildings
    Goronwy Terrace is a steeply sloping footpath loosely linking Church Street and Gloddfa Road, in Old

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