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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Conwy

  1. II* ,11,Castle Street,Conwy,,GWYNEDD,
    A detached building fronting the street.
  2. II* Benar Farmhouse, including Forescourt Wall and Stairs
    On prominent hillside site above Afon Machno to NW of B4406.
  3. II* Berain
    At the foot of a low hill near the cross-roads of the lanes leading from Bont Newydd and Henllan to Llannefydd village; set partly behind low rubble forecourt walls with a partly rock-cut and partly c
  4. II* Bodtegir Old Farmhouse
    Bodtegir is a large farm SE of Llanfihangel, reached by a farm road across open ground from the minor road above the Alwen valley leading to Maerdy and Bettws Gwerful-goch. The old house lies at an a
  5. II* Bryn-y-Neuadd Farmhouse, including attached dairy
    At E end of grounds of Bryn-y-Neuadd Hospital, reached from Aber Road by driveway almost opposite War Memorial (SH 680 747). At SW corner of farmyard.
  6. II* C-shaped Agricultural Complex at Garthewin
    Located to the rear (NW) of Garthewin and enclosing cobbled estate yard on 3 sides.
  7. II* Christ Church
    Forms the focal point of the small hillside hamlet of Bryn y Maen, approx 3km S of the town.
  8. II* Church Institute
    Parallel to road opposite junction with The Close.
  9. II* Church of All Saints
    Set against a steep hillside behind the seafront houses near Deganwy Pier, beyond a short lane off the A546.
  10. II* Church of Saint John Photos
    On the corner of Station Road and Cliff Road.
  11. II* Church of Saint Paul Photos
    Occupies a block of land at the centre of the town between Woodland Road East and Rhiw Road.
  12. II* Church of St Curig
    Situated immediately W of the A 4086 (Capel Curig to Caernarfon road), on the S bank of the Afon Llugwy; approximately 300m NE of Plas-y-Brenin (the National Recreation Centre).
  13. II* Church of St Ddoged
    Prominently sited in the centre of the village within a raised, circular churchyard with rubble revettment walls.
  14. II* Church of St Digain Photos
    The parish church stands S of the centre of a roughly oval-shaped churchyard on the S side of Llangernyw village centre. The churchyard is entered through a lychgate at W.
  15. II* Church of St Hilary Photos
    In a large churchyard N of the main settlement.
  16. II* Church of St Mary, with churchyard walls Photos
    The church lies immediately E of the Sandbank Road crossroads at the centre of Towyn, enclosed by a rectangular churchyard.
  17. II* Church of St Michael
    Located in a rectangular churchyard in the angle between Water Street and Market Street, at the centre of the town, and accessed by the short Church Street off Market Street
  18. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    The church stands in a modified oval churchyard, approximately 250m W of Llanfihangel Bridge on the road up the Afon Alwen valley.
  19. II* Church of St Sannan Photos
    Within an irregularly shaped churchyard, set back from the N side of the A544 in the centre of the village of Llansannan.
  20. II* Church of St Trillo
    Prominently sited surmounting a mound, in a large grave-yard.
  21. II* Church of St Tudno Photos
    On NE slopes of Great Orme, in a hollow known as Pant yr Eglwys.
  22. 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.
  23. II* Clover Mill
    Located below the A 496 on the W side at Pentrefelin; accessed via a short drive from an unclassified road leading W opposite Bont Newydd.
  24. II* Coach-house and Stable Range at Kinmel with terrace walls, steps and archway to E
    The stable range extends at right angles, at the S end of the main W elevation of Kinmel, and set above of a series of 3 retained terraces.
  25. 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.
  26. II* Coed-y-Ffrnnon
    Approx 300m NW of Penmachno Woollen Mill, reached via forestry tracks branching off minor road to SW of Pandy Mill at SH 806 530.
  27. II* Condover House (formerly Villa Marina) Photos
    On north (sea) side of Colwyn Road, near W flank of Little Orme.
  28. 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-
  29. II* Cymryd
    Strikingly sited on low-lying land on the W bank of the Conwy estuary, at the E boundary of the community; accessed via a long track leading E from Brynseiri Road.
  30. II* Deganwy Castle
    Set across 2 steep hills known as The Fardre inland from the village, with panoramic view across Conwy, estuary, coastline and N Wales mountains.
  31. II* Dinorben Hall
    The farmhouse stands on high land, approximately 150m W of the minor road running S from the village of St George.
  32. II* Dovecote at Gloddaeth Hall, including attached single-storey blocks
    About 100m E of Hall, to S of former stables.
  33. II* Earlier House SW of Plas Isa
    Located immediately to the SW of Plas Isa Farmhouse, on the opposite side of the approach lane and built into a slight rise to the SW.
  34. II* East Range of Farmyard Buildings at Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. The East Range encloses the large stock yard of which the house forms the SW corner.
  35. II* Entrance Screen to the main entrance front at Kinmel
    The screen encloses the court d'honneur on the E, in front of the E entrance elevation of Kinmel.
  36. II* Faerdre
    Located on a rise at the NE boundary of the community, approximately 1km SW of the village of St George; accessed via a farm track running NW from Faerdre Hill lane and set behind low rubble enclosing
  37. II* Farchwel
    Prominently located above a bend in the main road (B5106) and set back to the W, approximately 1km SW of Caerhun; accessed via a long metalled track running W from the road.
  38. II* Fedw Deg Old Farmhouse
    Above Lledr valley reached from forest track at SH 798 539 (near Tan-yr-allt) taking first L and then first R turnings.
  39. II* Felin Isaf Mill
    Located below the A 496 on the W side at Pentrefelin; accessed via a short drive from an unclassified road leading W opposite Bont Newydd.
  40. II* Former Oat Kiln at Felin Isaf
    Located immediately to the N of the main and clover mills at Felin Isaf.
  41. II* Former Stable and Coach-house Range at Melai
    Located immediately SE of Melai, facing the house; a cobbled pavement lies in front.
  42. II* Garthewin
    Strikingly located within an elevated parkland setting overlooking the Elwy valley 2km W of Llanfair Talhaiarn; accessed via a long metalled drive running NW from the main road.
  43. II* Gatehouse at Gilar, with attached courtyard walls
    Gilar lies to the S of Rhydlydan, approached by a farm road. The gatehouse is on the N side of the front walled court, with an axial path leading directly to the porch of the E house.
  44. II* Gilar
    The group of buildings at Gilar lies apart, to the S of the hamlet of Rhydlydan, and is reached by a minor farm road.
  45. II* Grand Theatre Photos
    On corner with Irving Road.
  46. II* Hen Wrych Lodge including adjoining crenellated boundary walls and towers
    Facing the road at the eastern boundary of the community, approximately 600m NE of Gwrych Castle
  47. 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
  48. II* Hendre-fawr
    Located on fertile drained flat lands between Abergele and Rhuddlan, and accessed by a farm road, 1m E of Abergele.
  49. II* King's Lodge, also known as Abergele Lodge
    Located at the W end of the town, at the junction of a lane to Tan-y-Gopa and Betws-yn-Rhos.
  50. II* L-shaped Agricultural Range at Berain
    Located immediately NW of Berain, partly enclosing a large farmyard.
  51. II* Llaethwryd
    The large farm is located S of the Holyhead Road, between the Cwm-penanner road and the minor road running S, and approximately 1400m SW of the village centre.
  52. 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.
  53. II* Llanerch-y-Felin
    Located off the village lane to the N facing its former farmyard, now metalled; accessed via a short metalled lane.
  54. II* Morfa Lodge
    This outer lodge to Kinmel Park is set at the angle of the Rhuddlan Road and the wooded avenue, Coed-y-drive, running N from the Golden Lodge.
  55. II* North Range of Farmyard Buildings at Plas Kinmel with the enclosed muck yard and entrance gate pier
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. This north range lies opposite the house and completes the enclosed farmyard.
  56. II* Old House and attached Cartshed block at Cysulog
    Cysulog is about 1 km north of Maerdy. The Old House and Cartshed block is to the NW of the present house.
  57. II* Parish Church of St Cynbryd Photos
    Located in the centre of the village on the north bank of the Afon Dulas, within its own large, rubble-walled churchyard.
  58. 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.
  59. II* Parish Church of St Mary
    Located on an elevated site high above the village centre within a rubble-walled churchyard.
  60. II* Parish Church of St Peter
    Prominently located on an elevated slope in the centre of the village, approximately 1km W of the Conwy Road (B5106); set within a circular rubble-walled churchyard.
  61. II* Parish Church of St. Cynfran
    Prominently sited in the centre of Llysfaen village at the main cross-roads; located on a commanding site within a circular, rubble-walled graveyard.
  62. II* Parish Church of St. Mary
    Prominently sited in the town centre within a raised, rubble-walled churchyard; on sloping ground, the W end set into a hill.
  63. II* Pen-y-Bryn Barn
    To N of and at a right angle to farmhouse.
  64. II* Pen-y-Bryn Farmhouse & attached Agricultural Range
    Above and to NW of road approx 400 metres SW of Penmachno church. House faces roughly SE behind small stone-walled front garden.
  65. 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.
  66. II* Penrhyn Old Hall, including forecourt wall, steps and mounting block
    On NW side of Penrhyn Old Road, about 250m W of roundabout at bottom of Penrhyn Hill.
  67. II* Piggery at Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. The piggery lies on the E side of the E range of the farmyard, and behind the dovecote at the end of the S range.
  68. II* Plas Isaf
    Set back slightly from the SE side of the B5382 at the NE end of the small hamlet of Bryn Rhydyrarian.
  69. II* Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel is located on level ground on the E, at the bottom of Primrose Hill, St George.
  70. 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.
  71. II* Plas Newydd
    Located on an elevated site approximately 1.5km N of Llanfair village; immediately E of an unclassified lane running N beyond Llanfair from the A 548.
  72. II* Plas Tan-yr-Ogof including adjoining walls and arches to E and W
    Located on the roadside approximately 80m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  73. 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.
  74. II* Plas Uchaf
    Strikingly-located to the W of, and in the shadow of, the Moel-y-Gaer, approximately 1.5km NW of Llannefydd village; accessed via a farm track running NW from the Llanfair to Llannefydd road, immediat
  75. II* Plas Uchaf Photos
    Located approximately 2.5km SE of Llansanffraid Glan Conwy overlooking the estuary on an elevated W-facing site; accessed via a farm track leading S from the B 5381.
  76. II* Plas-yn-Llan (also known as Plas and Plas Llan)
    Located at the SW extremity of the village approximately 250m SE of the village school, and set with its rear against the slope of a hill; accessed via an unmetalled farm track.
  77. II* Pont Gethin
    Spanning the Lledr valley dramatically at the western boundary of the community with that of Betws-y-Coed and spanning the A 470 Llanrwst to Dolwyddelan road; partly in Betws-y-Coed community.
  78. II* Pont Ysbyty Ifan Photos
    Prominently located in the centre of the village and carrying the main road over the Afon Conwy.
  79. II* Pont-y-Pair
    Carrying the B5106 and fording the Afon Llugwy in the centre of the town.
  80. II* Raised walk at Gwydir Castle
    Listed as a mid-Tudor carved courtyard or garden arch, with associated walls. Additional NG Ref's 27970 36097 to 27988 to 36107 Group value with other listed items at Gwydir Castle.
  81. II* Soflen Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1.3km NW of Nebo, immediately E of an unclassified lane running NW from Nebo to join the A470.
  82. II* St Michael's Church Photos
    Located on the W bank of the Afon Conwy, 100m E of Betws-y-Coed railway station.
  83. II* St. Mary's Church Photos
    Located immediately to the SW of the main road (A5) in the centre of the town.
  84. II* Statue of Hercules and pedestal at Gloddaeth Hall
    Sited in garden about 50m SE of front of Hall.
  85. II* Tan-yr-Ogof Farmhouse including adjoining arch and walls to E
    Located on the roadside approximately 100m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  86. II* Tan-yr-Ogof Lodge including adjoining walls and towers to S, E and W
    Prominently located on the roadside, some 60m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  87. II* The Old Cockpit
    Set back from the street and reached by a path to the side of Alfredo Restaurant.
  88. II* The Pier, including Stone Lodge, Pier End Pavilions, Kiosks and remains of Pier Pavilion Photos
    At N end of The Promenade.
  89. II* The Pin Mill Photos
    Located to the W of the house at the southern end of the Canal Terrace.
  90. II* Toll house at Conwy Suspension Bridge Photos
    On the E side of Conwy Suspension Bridge.
  91. II* Towyn and Kinmel Bay Youth Club
    One of a group of 3 buildings, set facing the main Rhyl to Abergele Road, immediately E of Sandbank Road at the centre of Towyn.
  92. II* Ty Mawr
    At head of Wybrnant Valley approx 2.5 km NW of Penmachno. Best reached via signposted minor road branching N off Penmachno-Glasgwm road approx 700m W of Penmachno village centre.
  93. II* Ty'n Llan Nursing Home
    Located immediately N of the Church of St Mary, with which it is linked.
  94. II* Voelas
    Voelas Estate lies on the W edge of the community, W of Pentrefoelas. The house stands in its own parkland overlooking the picturesque narrow valley of the Afon Conwy.
  95. II* Wern Isaf (formerly Rose Briars)
    Reached from Park Road along private drive uphill to NE of Llanfairfechan; sited high above Penmaenmawr Road with extensive views over Conwy Bay to Puffin Island and Anglesey.
  96. II* West Range of Farm Buildings at Plas Kinmel
    Plas Kinmel stands at the E at the bottom of Primrose Hill, N of St George village. The West Range continues the house to the N enclosing the farmyard on the W.
  97. II* Ysgubor-y-Glyn (adjacent to Capel Curig Training Camp).
    Located off the main road to the S, immediately adjacent to the Capel Curig Training Camp, approximately 1km W of the Ty Hyll (Ugly House).

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