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Listed Buildings in Bro Garmon, Conwy

  1. II Agricultural Range at Cilcennus
    Located immediately to the SE of Cilcennus farmhouse and raised up very slightly above it.
  2. II Agricultural Range at Hafod
    Located immediately NW of Hafod farmhouse.
  3. II Agricultural Range at Hendre House.
    Located immediately S of the stable block behind Hendre House.
  4. II Agricultural Range at Rhyd-y-Creuau
    Located 100m SW of Rhyd-y-Creuau farmhouse, and representing the southern-most range of buildings within the farmyard.
  5. II Barn at Rhyd-y-Creuau
    Located 100m NW of the farmhouse, at the northern end of the farmyard; behind a modern barn complex.
  6. II Barn at Tan-y-Foel
    Located immediately to the NE of Tan-y-Foel with the SW gable set into a slope.
  7. II Barn to W of Cyffdy Hall
    Enclosing a farmyard on the W side, on a raised site 200m W of Cyffdy Hall.
  8. II Beaver Grove House
    Located in its own grounds on the E bank of the Afon Conwy, approximately 200m N of the Waterloo Bridge and opposite Betws-y-Coed; accessed via a pair of gravelled drives running W from the main road.
  9. II Bethel Chapel
    Prominently sited in the centre of Melin-y-Coed, adjacent to Melin-y-Coed bridge on the N side of the Nant-y-Golon; in a rubble-walled and gated enclosure.
  10. II Bont Newydd
    Carries B4406 over gorge of Afon Conwy on single high arch. Spans the border between Bro Machno and Bro Garmon communities.
  11. II Carthouse at Hafod
    Immediately W and to the rear of Hafod farmhouse.
  12. II* Cilcennus
    Set back from the main road in a prominent raised position on a hill slope; accessed from a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon.
  13. II Coach House at Cyffdy Hall
    Located immediately to the NE of Cyffdy Hall at the N end of a narrow service court.
  14. II Coach House at Hendre House
    Located immediately W of and behind Hendre House.
  15. II Coed-y-Celyn
    Located on a slope below the road on the E bank of the River Conwy, approximately 750m S of Waterloo Bridge (A5).
  16. II* Cyffdy Hall (including attached Coach House)
    Prominently located on a hillside overlooking the Afon Cyffdy to the E, in its own parkland approximately 1km SE of Melin-y-Coed; accessed via a farm track running SW from the lane running from Melin-
  17. II Field Barn W of Carreg Lleon
    Set into a slope immediately W of an unclassified lane running SW from Capel Garmon, approximately 150m W of Carreg Lleon farm.
  18. II Former Stable Block S of Hendre Wen
    Located diagonally opposite Hendre Wen farmhouse, with a C19 byre range adjoining to the S.
  19. II Gates, Gatepiers and Railings at Main Driveway Entrance to Coed-y-Celyn.
    On W side of main road about 750m S of Waterloo Bridge (A5); 100mE of the house.
  20. II Gazebo at Cyffdy Hall
    Located some 50m S of the house in the former walled garden.
  21. II Glan Conwy
    An attractively sited house perched high above the Conwy river at the southern border of the community; accessed via a track running SE from the A5.
  22. II Hafod
    Located immediately to the W of, and slightly below, the A470 from Llanrwst to Betws-y-Coed; behind low rubble forecourt walls, facing a small garden.
  23. II Haybarn at Rhyd-y-Creuau
    Located immediately E of the main barn at Rhyd-y-Creuau, at the northern extremity of the farmyard.
  24. II Hendre House
    Strikingly located on a wooded slope on the E side of the Conwy valley; accessed via a long wooded drive leading S from an unclassified upper lane running parallel with the A470 and running SE towards
  25. II* Hendre Wen
    Set back from the main Llanrwst to Betws-y-Coed road at the western border of the community and accessed via its own farm track running W from the road; facing a farmyard to the S, behind low rubble f
  26. II Llwynau Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1.5km SE of Capel Garmon village and set back to the E of an unclassified lane running S towards the A5; at the end of a long metalled track and set into a slope behind a rubble-
  27. II Lodge at Coed-y-Celyn
    To N of main driveway at gated entrance about 1/2 mile S of Waterloo Bridge (A5).
  28. II Melin-y-Coed Bridge and adjoining revetment walls to E and W.
    Spanning the Nant-y-Golon in the centre of the Melin-y-Coed hamlet; carrying the unclassified road running SE from Llanrwst towards Nebo.
  29. II Milestone
    On the roadside, 10m diagonally opposite the junction between the Penmachno road (B4406) at the Conwy Falls Hotel.
  30. II Milestone
    On the roadside some 200m NW of Pont Rhydlanfair; in front of a hedge.
  31. II No 2 Mountain View,,,Capel Garmon,,,
    Located on the N side of a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon; approximately 1km NW of the village; set back behind low rubble garden walls and raised up on a rubble-revetted bank.
  32. II No 3 Mountain View,,,Capel Garmon,,,
    Located on the N side of a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon; approximately 1km NW of the village; set back behind low rubble garden walls and raised up on a rubble-revetted bank.
  33. II No 4 Mountain View,,,Capel Garmon,,,
    Located on the N side of a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon; approximately 1km NW of the village; set back behind low rubble garden walls and raised up on a rubble-revetted bank.
  34. II No 5 Mountain View,,,Capel Garmon,,,
    Located on the N side of a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon; approximately 1km NW of the village; set back behind low rubble garden walls and raised up on a rubble-revetted bank.
  35. II No 6 Mountain View,,,Capel Garmon,,,
    Located on the N side of a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon; approximately 1km NW of the village; set back behind low rubble garden walls and raised up on a rubble-revetted bank.
  36. II No1 Mountain View,,,Capel Garmon,,,
    Located on the N side of a lane running SE from the A470 to Capel Garmon; approximately 1km NW of the village; set back behind low rubble garden walls and raised up on a rubble-revetted bank.
  37. II Plas Muriau
    Situated high above the Conwy Valley and reached from a lane east off the A470. Set in its own landscaped grounds and entered between gate-piers with ball finials and a timber gate.
  38. II* Plas Tirion
    Prominently and imposingly sited, raised up slightly above the main Llanrwst-Betws-y-Coed road, and set back from it; accessed via a farm track running E from the road and sited across a hillslope.
  39. II Pont Iwrch
    Spanning the Afon Iwrch some 500m NW of Nebo and carrying the B5113 from Llanrwst to Nebo.
  40. II Pont Rhyd-y-Dyfrgi
    Spanning the Afon Conwy at the SE border of the community immediately N of the A5 and carrying the metalled drive to Voelas.
  41. II Pont Rhydlanfair
    Spans Afon Conwy approx 2 km SE of confluence of Afon Conwy and Afon Machno. Spans the border between Bro Machno and Bro Garmon communities.
  42. II Pont yr Afanc
    Carrying the A 470 from Bettws-y-Coed to Dolwyddelen across the Afon Conwy near the Fairy Glen Falls; located at the south-eastern boundary of the community area. Partly in Bro Garmon Community.
  43. II Road Bridge 60m E of Melin-y-Coed Bridge
    Spanning the Nant-y-Golon E of Melin-y-Coed bridge in the eponymous hamlet.
  44. II* Soflen Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1.3km NW of Nebo, immediately E of an unclassified lane running NW from Nebo to join the A470.
  45. II Stable Block at Cyffdy Hall.
    Immediately E of the house, facing a narrow service court.
  46. II Stable Block at Hendre House
    Located immediately S of the Coach House, behind Hendre House.
  47. I Waterloo Bridge
    Spanning the Afon Conwy and carrying the A5 from Betws-y-Coed to Pentrefoelas.

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