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Listed Buildings in Botwnnog, Gwynedd

  1. II Bridge at Trewen
    Bridge over the River Soch, on the outskirts of Botwnnog village in open meadows on the W side of the minor road leading S to Llandegwning.
  2. II Cae Mur
    Approximately 1.69km NE of Botwnnog village, on the N side of the minor road leading to Penbodlas, behind a drystone and gated wall (bounded partly by a hedge), in a cobbled yard with stone drain gul
  3. II Capel Ty Mawr Photos
    Reached along a minor road which runs N of the B4413 some 4 km W of Sarn Meyllteyrn: sited next to the road in a small grassed enclosure, bounded by a low stone wall with ornate wrought-iron gate.
  4. II Church of St Beuno Photos
    Next to the school at the N end of Botwnnog village on the E side of the minor road, in a walled and gated burial ground.
  5. II Church of St Gwyninin Photos
    1.69km S of Botwnnog village,to the E of the minor road, in a small churchyard which has several C19 tomb-chests and is enclosed by a wall with horizontal railings.
  6. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    In a raised churchyard on the N side of the minor road leading NW from the centre of Bryncroes village to the B 4413.
  7. II Coach House and Stables at Plas Gelliwig Photos
    On the N side of a yard located some 50m S of Plas Gelliwig which includes a circular stone pond with central pillar (said to be the remains of a former dovecote) in middle.
  8. II Efail Pont y Gof Photos
    N of the roadside next to a bend in the B4413 road at the W end of Botwnnog village.
  9. II Entrance Gates at Nanhoron Photos
    Situated some 300m E of Nanhoron, set back slightly to S of B4413 road, and forming the entrance to the Nanhoron estate.
  10. II Ffynnon Fair and Bridge Photos
    Beside water meadows, some 50m S of the cross-roads in the centre of Bryncroes village.
  11. II Letty
    In a walled garden with cobbled flooring on the S side of the minor road which runs S of the churchyard of St Mary, Bryncroes.
  12. II Lon Goch
    Approximately 1.69km E of Sarn Meyllteyrn to S of minor road, in a walled garden.
  13. II* Nanhoron
    Approximately 1.69km E of Botwnnog, reached along a private drive some 150m S from the B4413, surrounded by the estate park to the S and a walled vegetable and flower garden to the N.
  14. II Old School
    To S of St Beuno's Church against churchyard
  15. II Penrhos
    Situated on the E side of a lane running N from Botwnnog, on the southern edge of Rhos Botwnnog.
  16. II Plas Gelliwig
    In an extensive wooded garden, now partly overgrown, some 1.5 miles SW of Botwnnog village, reached along a lane which runs S off the minor road.
  17. II Pont Rhyd-goch
    Bridge over the River Soch, on the outskirts of Botwnnog village on the minor road leading W past Plas Coch.
  18. II Salem Chapel
    In the village of Sarn Meyllteyrn, in an elevated position facing E, set back from the road in a sloping grassed enclosure bounded at the front by a low wall with cast iron gate and railings.
  19. II The Coach House at Nanhoron
    In the grounds of an estate, surrounded by parkland to the S and a walled flower and vegetable garden to the N, reached along a private drive which runs some 150m SW of the B4413.
  20. II The Lodge at Nanhoron Photos
    Situated some 300m E of Nanhoron, S of the B4413 road, in a walled garden next to the entrance gates to Nanhoron estate.
  21. II The Stables at Nanhoron
    In the grounds of the estate at Nanhoron reached along a private drive which runs some 150m SW of the B4413 into a partly cobbled yard. Datestone in boundary wall to N of stable reads 'T + I 1756'.
  22. II Trygarn
    Approximately 1.27km S of Sarn Meyllteyrn, approached along a narrow track which runs some 400m SE from the minor road. A barn and possible former chapel are associated with the house.

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