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Listed Buildings in Henryd, Conwy

  1. II Barn at Cymryd
    Located to the E of Cymryd, immediately opposite the L-shaped stable and cart-house block, and closing a former farmyard to the E.
  2. II Benarth Hall ( including balustraded terrace to SE )
    Strikingly sited within its own wooded grounds facing SE across the Conwy estuary, and approximately 1.5 km SE of Conwy bridge and castle; situated at the end of Benarth road.
  3. 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.
  4. II Eirianws Cottage
    Located on rise to the W of Llanrwst Road at the southernmost boundary of the community; approximately 1.5km SE of Henryd village .
  5. II Eirianws Farm
    Located on rise to the W of Llanrwst Road at the southernmost boundary of the community; approximately 1.5km SE of Henryd village .
  6. II Farmbuildings at Llechan-uchaf
    In the Gyffin Valley some 4km SW of Conwy and 2km NW of Henryd.
  7. II Former House and Byre Range at Tyddyn-Cynal
    Located at the end of a long track leading E off the Brynseiri Road; on low-lying ground on the W bank of the Conwy estuary. Situated immediately to the W of Tyddyn-Cynal behind a partly-cobbled fore
  8. II Gwenddar Mill
    Located approximately 1km W of Henryd village, on the N side of the lane leading E from Henryd towards St. Celynin old church; sited prominently at the junction of the lane with a track leading N to T
  9. II Hen-dy Farmhouse including attached outbuilding
    Above the Afon Gyffin, some 4km SW of Conwy and 2km NW of Henryd village.
  10. II Henryd Farmhouse
    Set back slightly from the main village street behind rubble walls, immediately to the NE of Henryd Independent Chapel.
  11. II Ice House at Benarth Hall
    Situated approximately 200m N of Benarth Hall within a dense wood and on sloping ground; built into the hillside.
  12. II Independent Chapel including walled graveyard attached to E Photos
    Located prominently on the main street line within the village.
  13. II L-shaped Stable Range at Cymryd
    Located at the end of a long track leading E off the Brynseiri Road; on low-lying ground on the W bank of the Conwy estuary.
  14. II Llangelynin New Church
    Located on the E side of a lane about 1km SW of the B5106 on the way to Rowen; situated in a walled churchyard surrounded by mature trees, with the W tower sited downhill towards the Afon Gyffin.
  15. II Plas Celynin
    Located on a rise on the N side of the lane linking Henryd with Llanrwst Road, approximately 0.5km E of Henryd village.
  16. II Plas Iolyn
    Located approximately 1.5km N of Henryd to the E of Henryd road; set back from the road in its own grounds.
  17. II Pont Henryd
    Spanning the Afon Henryd at the W extremity of the village, and carrying the main village lane.
  18. II Row of Pigsties at Llechan-uchaf
    Llechan-uchaf is in the Gyffin Valley some 2km NW of Henryd. The pigsties are built into a retaining wall above a field known as Cae Moch immediately to the rear of the farm courtyard.
  19. I St Celynin's Old Church
    Located on a high plateau in the rocky uplands at the W extremity of the community, near the Cerrig-y-Ddinas hillfort and some 3km W of Henryd village.
  20. II Summer House at Benarth Hall
    Sited on a rubble terrace on raised ground immediately to the E of Benarth Hall and close to Benarth Road; facing SE across the Conwy estuary.
  21. II The Groes Inn
    Prominently sited immediately on the W side of the Llanrwst Road approximately 1.5km SE of Henryd village.
  22. II Tyddyn-Cynal
    Located at the end of a long track leading E off the Brynseiri Road; on low-lying ground on the W bank of the Conwy estuary.

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