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Listed Buildings in Betws yn Rhos, Conwy

  1. II Agricultural Range at Cefn Castell
    Located to the NE of the house, on the SE side of the farm track.
  2. II Agricultural Range at Coed Coch
    Located immediately N of the stable and coach-house complex at Coed Coch.
  3. II Agricultural Range at Gwyndy Uchaf
    Almost opposite front of Gwyndy Uchaf Farmhouse.
  4. II Agricultural Range at Ty Isa Trofarth
    Enclosing the farmyard at Ty Isa Trofarth to the S.
  5. II Barn at Ty Isa Trofarth
    Located to the W of Ty Isa Trofarth, closing a farmyard to the W.
  6. II Bryn-Ffanigl-Isaf
    Located approximately 1.2m N of Betws-yn-Rhos village; accessed via a long farm track leading off from an unclassified lane running SW from Llanddulas towards Dolwen.
  7. II Bryn-Ffanigl-Uchaf
    Located approximately 1.5km NE of Betws-yn-Rhos village on a rise; accessed via a short track leading off from an unclassified lane running W off the A 548 and set back behind low, whitened rubble for
  8. II Carthouse at Teyrdan
    Located immediately behind and to the N of the quadrangular agricultural range at Teyrdan; set behind a low rubble-walled enclosure.
  9. II Cefn Castell
    Located towards the northern boundary of the community, on a hilltop site approximately 2.5km N of Betws-yn-Rhos village; accessed via a short track leading S off a narrow lane running E off the Dolwe
  10. II* Coed Coch
    Located in its own parkland setting approximately 0.7km SW of Dolwen; accessed via a long metalled drive running SW from the road.
  11. II Dolwen Bridge
    Spanning the river Dulas and carrying the B 5381 approximately 0.2km E of Dolwen.
  12. II Dolwen Lodge
    Located at the entrance to the Coed Coch drive, immediately S of Dolwen Bridge; set back slightly from the road behind a rubble estate wall.
  13. II Ffarm
    Located on the SW outskirts of the village on a slightly elevated sloping site, set back slightly from a lane running S from the village; the house is fronted by a large gravelled forecourt.
  14. II Former Coachhouse and Stable Complex, including associated Service Court Walls, at Coed Coch
    Immediately to the rear (NW) of Coed Coch.
  15. II Gates and Gatepiers at Dolwen Lodge
    Located immediately adjacent to Dolwen Lodge at the head of the metalled drive to Coed Coch; set back slightly from the road with curved rubble estate walls adjoining to L and R.
  16. II Gwyndy Uchaf
    About 1.5 km W of Betws-yn-Rhos, 800m S of the B 5381; accessed via a long farm track which passes through Bryncar farmyard.
  17. II Hafodty and adjoining Agricultural Range
    Located at the SW boundary of the community set back to the W of the road running E from the B 5113 towards Trofarth; at the end of a short track W of a modern bungalow.
  18. II Hendre Farmhouse
    Situated 2km W of Betws yn Rhos and approximately 0.5km S of Dolwen close to Coed Coch. Sited end on to the slope which is cut away along W and S sides.
  19. II Holland Chest Tomb, including adjacent Tombstone to N, in churchyard of St Elian's Church
    Located within the churchyard immediately S of the chancel.
  20. II* Llan Farm
    Located in the centre of the village at the main cross-roads with its gable at right-angles to the road; facing a small forecourt with part-enclosing whitened rubble walls.
  21. II Milestone
    Located on the roadside at the eastern boundary of the community.
  22. II Nant Fawr
    Located to the north-east of the community to the N of an unclassified lane running SW from Abergele towards Dolwen; set back behind rubble garden forecourt walls.
  23. II No 1 Llygard-y-Dydd
    Located prominently at the junction of the B 5381 with an unclassified road running SW from Dolwen to Trofarth; set back behind hedged front gardens.
  24. II No 2 Llygard-y-Dydd
    Located prominently at the junction of the B 5381 with an unclassified road running SW from Dolwen to Trofarth; set back behind hedged front gardens.
  25. II Outbuilding at Ty Isa Trofarth
    Located immediately adjacent to Ty Isa Trofarth farmhouse, at right-angles to the front.
  26. II Pant Idda
    Located to the north-east of the community to the S of an unclassified lane running SW from Abergele towards Dolwen; set back behind modern forecourt walls.
  27. II* Parish Church of St Elian
    Situated within a raised rubble-walled churchyard on a commanding site in the village centre, with views of the sea to the N.
  28. II Parish Church of St Michael Photos
    Prominently sited in a raised, rubble-walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
  29. II Pen-y-Dared
    Located at the northern boundary of the community approximately 1.5km SW of Llysfaen; accessed via a long farm track running N from Dolwen road.
  30. II* Peniarth Fawr
    Located 0.5km NE of Betws-yn-Rhos village to the NW of an unclassified lane running NE from Betws towards Abergele; accessed via a farm track and set back slightly behind low rubble forecourt walls.
  31. II* Plas Llanelian (also known as Plas Ucha)
    Located approximately 2km SE of Llanelian-yn-Rhos just beyond Llanelian school, at the end of a narrow lane.
  32. II Plas-yn-Betws
    Located approximately 1km NW of Betws-yn-Rhos village set back to the N of the road from Betws to Dolwen; accessed via a farm track.
  33. II Primary House at Bethgeth
    Located in a hilly area towards the southern boundary of the community, approximately 1.2km S of Betws-yn-Rhos; accessed via a farm track running W from the lane leading S from the village.
  34. II Quadrangular Agricultural Complex at Teyrdan
    Located approximately 100m NE of Teyrdan Hall.
  35. II Railed Foulkes Chest-tomb in churchyard of St Michael's Church
    Immediately NE of the Railed Wynne Vault in the churchyard.
  36. II Railed Pair of Tombs in churchyard of St Michael's Church
    Located NE of the Wynne vault in the churchyard, the furthest away from the church of the 3 railed tombs.
  37. II Railed Tomb in churchyard of St Elian's Church
    Located within the churchyard immediately N of the church.
  38. II Railed Tomb of Edwards Family in churchyard of St Elian's Church
    Located within the churchyard approximately 10m E of the church.
  39. II Railed Tomb of Holland Family in churchyard of St Elian's Church
    Located immediately SE of the church and E of the Holland chest tomb.
  40. II Railed Williams Family Tomb in churchyard of St Elian's Church
    Located within the churchyard, immediately NE of the church.
  41. II Railed Wynne Vault in churchyard of St Michael's Church
    Located 10m N of the church chancel in the walled churchyard.
  42. II St John's Church
    Located towards the southern boundary of the community on the N side of an unclassified road running NE from Trofarth towards Dolwen; set back from the road in its own walled churchyard.
  43. II Sundial in churchyard of St Elian's Church
    Located in the SE corner of the raised churchyard.
  44. II Teyrdan Hall
    Located approximately 1km E of Llanelian-yn-Rhos in a hollow; accessed via a long partly tree-lined track running N from an unclassified road running SW from Llysfaen.
  45. II Ty Isa Trofarth
    Towards the southern boundary of the community 0.5 km E of St. John's church, Trofarth; set back from the road behind a farmyard. Also called Plas-yn-Trofarth
  46. II Ty Mawr
    Located at the eastern boundary of the community on a rise to the W of the A548; accessed via a long farm track.
  47. II White Lion Public House
    Prominently located in the centre of the village immediately S of the church; set back slightly from the road behind a large metalled carpark, with a section of cobbled pavement infront of its norther

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