IIMaes-glas The house stands between the village and Ffynnon Beuno, at the SW end of the main road.
IIPant-glas uchaf The house stands back to the E of the main A487 trunk road from Penygroes to Tremadoc, with its access by farm track off the parallel minor road which now forms the boundary of the Snowdonia National
IIPen yr allt Isaf The farmstead is almost due south of, and approx 0.75km from, the Clynnog church. It is approached from the lane which runs S from the village, parallel to the main road, then via a rough track over
IIPen yr allt uchaf On the northern slopes of Bwlch Mawr, towards the upper limits of the enclosed land approx. 0.75 km due south of Clynnog, accessed by bridle-way from the village towards open grazing of the mountain.
IIPiggery at Hafod-y-wern Hafod-y-wern stands on a hilltop above Clynnog-fawr, reached by farm track and small road at the side of the Post Office.
IITai-hirion, with rear farm range The farm is located below the road from Clynnog to Llanllyfni, just W of the junction with a lane running SE to Bwlch-y-derwin.
IIThe Coach Inn The inn stands beside a raised section of the old line of the main Caernarfon to Llanaelhaearn road, in the centre of Clynnog village.
IIThe Court House The house is immediately outside NE side of the churchyard, facing towards the church.
IITomb of Eben Fardd The tomb is set in the churchyard on the NE side of the church, close to the gable of the N vestry.
IITy Capel The chapel and the adjoining house stand on the back road from Clynnog to Llanllyfni, a little to the N of the village centre.
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