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Listed Buildings in Llanbedr, Gwynedd

  1. II Aberartro Hall
    Set back within private grounds from the W side of the road which leads SE from the NE end of the vi
  2. II Agricultural range at Uwchlawr-coed
    Located at the E side of a country road c2km SE of the village of Llanbedr. The range is at right a
  3. II Agricultural range to rear of Gilfach Goch
    About 700m S of village. Above village reached via minor road and track. Built into hillside in sh
  4. II Bakehouse at Uwchlawr-coed
    Located at the E side of a country road c2km SE of the village of Llanbedr. The bakehouse lies to N
  5. II Caergynog
    About 3.5 km E of Llanbedr above Afon Cwmnantcol.
  6. II Capel Gwynfryn
    Set back from the W side of the road which leads E off the A496 in the village of Llanbedr and runs
  7. II Cartshed at Maes-y-garnedd
    In an isolated rural location at the head of the Afon Cwmnantcol valley. The cartshed is to SE of t
  8. II Chaff house at Uwchlawr-coed
    Located at the E side of a country road c2km SE of the village of Llanbedr. The chaff house lies to
  9. II* Church of St Peter
    Within a subrectangular churchyard set well back from the NE side of the A496 at the N end of the vi
  10. II Coed Mawr
    In an isolated location along a private driveway which leads NW off the country road running along t
  11. II Cowbarn at Crafnant
    Slightly set back from the W side of the country road which leads up the Afon Artro Valley. The bar
  12. II Cowhouse at Crafnant
    Slightly set back from the W side of the country road which leads up the Afon Artro Valley. The cow
  13. II Cowhouse at Maes-y-garnedd
    In an isolated rural location at the head of the Afon Cwmnantcol valley. Set at right angles to the
  14. II Cowhouse at Uwchlawr-coed
    Located at the E side of a country road c2km SE of the village of Llanbedr. The cowhouse is to N of
  15. II Crafnant
    Slightly set back from the W side of the country road which leads up the Afon Artro Valley.
  16. II Cwm Bychan
    Located at the end of the Afon Artro Valley beyond the source of the river to ENE of Llyn Cwm Bychan
  17. II Cwm-yr-afon Farmhouse with attached farm-ranges to rear
    In an elevated position, in the Artro valley, SE of the road to Cwm Bychan, and approached via a tra
  18. II Field cowhouse at Maes-y-garnedd
    In an isolated rural location at the head of the Afon Cwmnantcol valley. The field barn is c250m SW
  19. II Fieldbarn at Pen-isa'r cwm
    In a slightly elevated position, set back from the S side of the country road leading through the Cw
  20. II Gilfach Goch
    About 700m S of village. Above village reached via minor road and track. Built into hillside in sh
  21. II Gwynfryn House
    Set along the NW side of the road which leads E off the A496 in the village of Llanbedr and runs thr
  22. II House adjacent to Gwynfryn House
    Set along the NW side of the road which leads E off the A496 in the village of Llanbedr and runs thr
  23. II Lofted bakehouse at Crafnant
    Slightly set back from the W side of the country road which leads up the Afon Artro Valley. The sta
  24. II Lofted cowhouse at Wern Gron
    Set well back from the N side of a country road which leads along the W side of the Artro Valley, lo
  25. II Lofted stable and haybarn
    Slightly set back from the W side of the country road which leads up the Afon Artro Valley. The ran
  26. II Maes-y-garnedd
    In an isolated rural location at the head of the Afon Cwmnantcol valley.
  27. II Milestone
    Set alongside the E side of the A496 at the S end of the village of Llanbedr.
  28. II Moriah Calvinist Chapel
    Located on the E side of the A496 at the S end of the village. Set back slightly from the street in
  29. II Old Dairy Farm, Plas-y Bryn Farm
    Llanbedr
  30. II Outbuilding at Crafnant
    Slightly set back from the W side of the country road which leads up the Afon Artro Valley. The out
  31. II Penybont
    Located at the E side of the country road running along the Afon Artro Valley to Cwm Bychan; c1.5m N
  32. II Pigsties at Uwchlawr-coed
    Located at the E side of a country road c2km SE of the village of Llanbedr. The pigsties lie to N o
  33. II Pigsty and brewhouse range at Gilfach Goch
    About 700m S of village. Above village reached via minor road and track. Built into hillside in sh
  34. II Pigsty range at Maes-y-garnedd
    In an isolated rural location at the head of the Afon Cwmnantcol valley. The pigsty range is to rea
  35. II Pont Aberartro
    Spanning the Afon Cwmnantcol close to the confluence with the Afon Artro at the NE end of the hamlet
  36. II Pont Crafnant
    Spanning the Afon Artro to the S of Crafnant Farm.
  37. II Pont Cwm-yr-afon
    Leading E off the country road which runs along the W side of the Afon Artro Valley, spanning the Af
  38. II Pont Cwmnantcol
    Roadbridge spanning the Afon Cwm Nantcol c2kms ESE of the village of Pentre Gwynfryn.
  39. II Pont Glyn-artro
    Spanning the Afon Artro at the NE end of the hamlet of Pentre Gwynfryn, carrying the country road wh
  40. II Pont Llanbedr
    Carries the A496 and spans the Afon Artro in the heart of the village of Llanbedr.
  41. II Pont Pen-y-bont
    Spanning the Afon Artro and carrying a narrow track to Dolbebin Farmhouse and Hen Dolbebin S off the
  42. II Salem Chapel and caretaker's cottage
    Located in the Afon Artro Valley to the NE end of the hamlet of Pentre Gwynfryn, the chapel is set a
  43. II Telephone Call-box by Capel Gwynfryn
    Set back from the W side of the road which leads E off the A496 in the village of Llanbedr and runs
  44. II Uwchlawr-coed
    Located at the E side of a country road c2km SE of the village of Llanbedr.
  45. II Wenallt Stores
    Located at the SW side of the A496 in the heart of the village of Llanbedr, opposite the junction wi
  46. II Wern Gron Farmhouse
    Set well back from the N side of a country road which leads along the W side of the Artro Valley, lo

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