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Listed Buildings in Eglwysbach, Conwy

  1. II Agricultural Range at Cefn-y-Coed Isa
    Located immediately SE of Cefn-y-Coed isaf farmhouse, oriented E-W with its E gable built into a slo
  2. II Barn at Bont Newydd
    Located immediately to the W of Bont Newydd, on the N side of the lane running W from Tal-y-Cafn to
  3. II Barn at Meddiant Uchaf including adjoining L-shaped Stable and Cart Block
    Located on an elevated site to the E of a narrow lane running roughly SE from the A 470 at Tal-y-Caf
  4. II Barn E of Old Bodnod
    Located some 20m E of Old Bodnod; set back slightly on the W side of the lane leading from Bodnant t
  5. II Barn SE of Plas-yn-Llan
    Located at the SE edge of the farm group, set with its SW gable end into the slope of a hill.
  6. II Bodnant Photos
    Set in an outstanding garden (publicly accessible courtesy The National Trust) high above the east b
  7. II Cefn-y-Coed Isa
    Located at the SE boundary of the community, overlooking the Conwy valley about 0.5km E of the main
  8. II Ddolhyfryd Farmhouse
    Located approximately 100m SE of Bont Newydd and 200m SW of the crossroads at Graig on the S side of
  9. II Furnace Mill Photos
    Located on the eastern bank of the Afon Hiraethllyn, within The Dell, some 200m SW of Bodnant House;
  10. II Lletty
    Prominently located on an elevated hillside site facing SE across the Eglwysbach valley, to the E of
  11. II Old Bodnod
    Located approximately 1.5km NW of Eglwysbach village and 0.3km SE of Bodnant; set back to the W of a
  12. II Parish Church of St Martin Photos
    Prominently located in the centre of the village within a rubble-walled churchyard.
  13. II Pennant
    Located above the Afon Hiraethllyn approximately 2km SSE of Eglwysbach village; accessed via a metal
  14. II Penrhyd Gatehouse
    Set back slightly on the SE side of the A 470, 250m E of Tal-y-Cafn.
  15. II Pentrefelin and Bwthyn-y-felin
    Located approximately 1.5km S of Eglwysbach village, immediately to the W of the lane leading from E
  16. 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
  17. II Semi-circular Walls and Steps leading to Canal Terrace Photos
    Leading down from Bodnant house to the W, below the Lily Terrace.
  18. II Stable Range at Plas-yn-Llan including adjoining Carthouse complex
    Located immediately to the SE of the house and set with its back into a hill.
  19. II Sundial base at Church of St Martin Photos
    Located immediately SE of the church, within the rubble-walled churchyard.
  20. II Telephone Call-box (tel no: 01492 650399) at the S edge of Village and opposite Post Office
    Located on the W side of the main village through road, some 60m N of Eglwysbach school.
  21. II Telephone Call-box (tel no: 01492 650553) at road junction opposite the former Sun Inn
    Located beside the minor road junction immediately S of Bodnant; kiosk set into the bank opposite th
  22. II* The Pin Mill Photos
    Located to the W of the house at the southern end of the Canal Terrace.
  23. II The Poem Photos
    Located at the end of the dell on a rock outcrop; overlooking the Afon Hiraethllyn some 300m S of Bo
  24. II Walls and Steps retaining Croquet Terrace, with Enclosing Walls and Arches N and S of Lily Terrace Photos
    Leading down from Bodnant house to the W.
  25. II Walls and Steps retaining Upper (house) Terrace and retaining Walls and Steps to Rose Terrace Photos
    Leading down from Bodnant house to the W and S.
  26. II Ysgol Gynradd Eglwysbach (original range)
    At the southern edge of the village and on the western side of the by-road.

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