IChurch of St Brothen Located on a sloping site at the SW edge of the small village of Llanfrothen; accessed via a footpath leading S from a lane running S to the Village from the B4410 Garreg to Rhyd road; set within a ru
IChurch of St Cadfan Near the E end of the modern town, in a walled churchyard on the W side of Corbet Square.
IChurch of St Cawrdaf The parish church stands in the large churchyard well furnished with slate tombstones, including some C18 ledger stones at the E, at the W end of Abererch village.
IChurch of St Celynin To the W of and below the A493 in Llangelynin hamlet. The church stands in a rectangular churchyard, and is set into the steeply sloping ground above the railway and sea.
IChurch of St Engan Situated in Llanengan village in large churchyard just W of road to Llangian.
IChurch of St Gwynhoydl Situated some 500m E of the crossroads at Pen-y-graig, NE of a minor road from the crossroads to Pont Llangwnnadl.
IChurch of St Hywyn Situated in Aberdaron village, the graveyard running to the cliff edge.
IChurch of St Mary and St Egryn The church is located on a S facing bluff above the confluence of two streams, NNW of the present nucleated village, and is reached by a minor road off the N end of the main village street.
IChurch of St Peblig In a walled churchyard set back from the road and to the S of Segontium Roman Fort.
ICochwillan Situated in low-lying pasture fields at end of short track off the minor road between Bethesda and Tal-y-bont; there is a walled lawned garden area immediately to the front (north) of the house.
IDolbadarn Castle Situated on a natural rock outcrop in a strategic position at the north-west end of Llyn Peris, the castle forms a prominent feature in the landscape.
IFfynnon Cybi and associated works The well lies in the narrow valley below the slopes of Garn Bentyrch, and is reached by a footpath from the NE corner of the churchyard, crossing two fields, the second by a causeway.
IFort Belan Situated 4km south-west of Caernarfon reached along a track to the head of the short peninsula north of Dinas and Morfa Dinlle with dock immediately to east.
IGlynllifon Set in its own extensive grounds on east side of the A499 at Llandwrog; the house is reached by a short drive from the grand lodge. Built on a platform site.
IHarlech Castle Imposingly sited in the centre of the town with dramatic views across Tremadog Bay and towards Snowdonia.
IParish Church of St Derfel Located within its own walled churchyard at the SW edge of the village, with commanding views down the Dee valley.
IPenarth-fawr The house stands on a minor road running N from the A497, W of Pwllheli towards Llanarmon.
IPenrhyn Castle Set in landscaped grounds of Penrhyn Park in elevated position surrounded by open lawns and some trees at end of long winding drive from Grand Lodge; dominates the surrounding countryside.
ISt Philip's Church At the end of a steep lane off the A 496 between Barmouth and Bontddu. Dramatically sloping churchyard.
IVaynol Hall Located at the centre of Vaynol Park, SW of the Old Hall, and having gardens adjoining to the SW.
IVaynol Old Hall Set in the heart of Vaynol Park, E of Vaynol Hall. Attached outbuildings on the W end, some facing the stable yard.
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