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Listed Buildings in Llandderfel, Gwynedd

  1. II ,11,Church Street,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HL
    On the street-line.
  2. II ,2,Chapel Row,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HN
    On the street-line at the southern end of the village.
  3. II ,3,Chapel Row,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HN
    On the street-line at the southern end of the village.
  4. II ,4,Chapel Row,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HN
    On the street-line at the southern end of the village.
  5. II ,5,Chapel Row,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HN
    On the street-line at the southern end of the village.
  6. II ,5,Church Street,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HL
    On the street-line.
  7. II ,6,Church Street,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HL
    On the street-line.
  8. II ,9,Church Street,Llandderfel,Bala,,LL23 7HL
    On the street-line.
  9. II Agricultural complex at Cwm Main
    Enclosing a farmyard immediately to the S of the farmhouse.
  10. II Agricultural Range at Cynlas Fawr
    Located to the NE of the farmhouse.
  11. II Agricultural Range at Garth-lwyd
    On the corner of the lane opposite Garth-lwyd; set with its N gable end into a slope.
  12. II Agricultural Range to the E of Dol-y-Gadfa
    Located immediately to the E of Dol-y-Gadfa, enclosing a forecourt on the eastern side.
  13. II Barn and Carthouse Range at Dol-y-Gadfa
    Located immediately to the SW of Dol-y-Gadfa, enclosing a forecourt on the W side.
  14. II Barn at Garth-goch
    At right angles to house, near its SW corner.
  15. II Barn at Gwern-y-braichdwr
    Located to the E of the Stable Block at Gwern-y-braichdwr.
  16. II Barn Range at Ty Uchaf
    Opposite Ty Uchaf, built gable into the slope.
  17. II Barn Range at Ty'n-y-Ddol
    Located immediately SW of the house, closing a farmyard on the western side.
  18. II Berwynfa
    Set back slightly behind low modern forecourt walls.
  19. II Bethel Congregational Chapel
    At Bethel, on a minor road leading off the N side of the A494 to Tyn-y-Bwlch and Maerdy, close to the junction of the two roads. Set back in a narrow forecourt behind Art Nouveau-style cast-iron rail
  20. II Brewhouse at Coed-y-Foel Isaf
    Immediately opposite the farmhouse; accessed via a slate slab-bridge across a stream.
  21. II Bron Berwyn
    On the street-line.
  22. II Bwthyn
    On the street-line
  23. II Bwthyn
    Set back slightly from the road behind a narrow fenced forecourt; one of a terrace of two.
  24. II Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    Set back from the street behind a short low-walled forecourt, the walls coped and railed, and with gate and end piers.
  25. II Carthouse and Pigsty at Coed-y-Foel Isaf
    On the roadside, to the W fo the farmhouse, on the opposite side of the lane.
  26. II Carthouse and Stable Range at Ty'n-y-Ddol
    Located to the S of the house, closing a farmyard on the southern side.
  27. II Carthouse at Llaithgwm
    Located immediately opposite the farmhouse at Llaithgwm.
  28. II Carthouse at Ty'n Llwyn
    Located immediately to the E of the farmhouse.
  29. II Carthouse block at Cwm Main
    Located to the SE of Cwm Main farmhouse, and closing a farmyard on the eastern side.
  30. II Church of Saint James the Great Photos
    On the SE side of the A494 on the east side of Glan-yr-afon; set within its own walled churchyard.
  31. II Ciltalgarth and adjoining Agricultural Range
    Set back from the road on a sloping site close to the eastern end of the Llyn Celyn.
  32. II Coed-y-Bedo including adjoining former Cartsheds and Granary
    Located within an elevated farm group approximately 800m NW of Sarnau; accessed via a short track running N from the lane leading NW from the main road (A 494)
  33. II Coed-y-Foel Isaf including adjoining Agricultural Range
    Located towards the SE boundary of the community at right-angles to a lane running parallel with the A 4212 approximately 2.5km NW of Bala.
  34. II Cowhouse at Cynlas Fawr
    Located to the NE of the farmhouse, behind the agricultural range.
  35. II* Crogen
    Located at the eastern boundary of the community within its own grounds; set back from the road and accessed via lodged drives.
  36. II Cross Keys
    Located diagonally opposite the parish church lychgate on the corner of church street and a narrow lane linking up with Trafalgar Street.
  37. II Cwm Hesgyn
    Approximately 2km north of the A4212, up a track which leaves the main road near the eastern end of Llyn Celyn.
  38. II Cwm Main
    Located at the northern-most boundary of the community, on the eastern side of Cwmtirmynach; accessed via a long track running NW from the B4501 from the A5 to Fron Goch.
  39. II Cymro Gate
    Located at the north-eastern boundary of the community and prominently-sited on the roadside.
  40. II Cynlas Fawr including adjoining Carthouse
    On an elevated site above the road, some 250m W of Cefn-ddwysarn, within a farm group; accessed from the road via a farm track.
  41. II Dol-y-Gadfa
    Located towards the eastern boundary of the community immediately N of the River Dee; backing onto a lane running E from Llandderfel alongside the river.
  42. II Dolafon
    On the street-line at the southern end of the village.
  43. II Former Carthouse adjacent to the Outbuilding to the rear of Derfel Gadarn
    Located in a lane between Church Street and Trafalgar Street, adjacent to the Outbuilding to the Rear of Derfel Gadarn.
  44. II Former Chapel and Manse at Cefn-ddwysarn
    Se back slightly from the main road to the SE.
  45. II Former IRA Prison Camp Hut
    Set back slightly from the main road in a field at the NW end of Fron Goch.
  46. II Former School Hall including adjoining Garden Wall to SW
    Facing the square to the W of Pont Bach in the centre of the village.
  47. II Former Stable Block at Gwern-y-braichdwr including adjoining Revetment Wall
    Located a short distance to the E of the house, the revetment sweeping around in an arc to abut the house to the L of the facade.
  48. II Former Steward's House at Coed-y-Bedo
    Immediately opposite (SE of) Coed-y-Bedo, built gable-end onto the hillslope.
  49. II Fron Heulog
    Set within its own grounds in an elevated location approximately 0.5km W of Pont Fawr and 0.6km SW of Llandderfel village; accessed via its own lodged drive running N from the road.
  50. II Fron Heulog Lodge including Gate and Gatepiers
    Set back slightly from the road at the entrance to the Fron Heulog drive.
  51. II Game Larder at Rhiwlas
    Located a short distance to the NE of Rhiwlas Hall, on the NE side of the Rhiwlas service lane.
  52. II Garden Cottage
    Set back slightly from the Rhiwlas lane behind a narrow fenced forecourt; one of a terrace of two.
  53. II Garth-goch
    About 2km SNE of Llandderfel church, reached by track which begins as drive to Cae Pant.
  54. II Garth-lwyd
    Located approximately 800m NE of Llandderfel village on a bend in the unclassified road running NE from the village.
  55. II Gates, Gatepiers and Screen Walls at Pale Hall
    Fronting the road in an arc at the entrance to the former principal drive to Pale Hall.
  56. II Gateway and Screen Walls to Rhiwlas
    On the roadside, immediately to the NE of Pont-y-Bala; at the approach to the former main drive to Rhiwlas Hall.
  57. II Glascoed
    On the street-line, adjacent to the church lychgate; set back slightly behind low rubble forecourt walls.
  58. II* Gwern-y-braichdwr
    Located on the southern slope of the Cwm Main, at the eastern end; accessed via a track running from a lane itself running W from Glan-yr-Afon
  59. II Haybarn at Cynlas Fawr
    Located to the rear of the farmhouse.
  60. II* Henblas including adjoining Barn Range
    Located approximately 800m NE of Llandderfel village and accessed via a farm track running N from an unclassified road running NE from the village.
  61. II Ice House at Rhiwlas
    Approximatly half way along the old Rhiwlas Hall drive, set into a wooded slope some 20m above the River Dee.
  62. II Islwyn (formerly known as Ty Isa)
    Set back behind a low-walled, grassed forecourt, adjoining the chapel at right-angles to the L.
  63. II L-shaped Agricultural Range at Pen-Isa'r-Llan
    Partly enclosing a farmyard immediately to the rear of (NW) Pen-Isa'r-Llan.
  64. II Large Cowhouse at Coed-y-Bedo
    Located a short distance to the NE of Coed-y-Bedo; built gable-end into the hill-slope.
  65. II Llaithgwm including adjoining Agricultural Ranges to North and South
    Located on the eastern side of the Cwmtirmynach approximately 1.5km NE of Frongoch; within a farm group.
  66. II Llawrybettws Chapel
    Set back slightly on the corner of the lane behind a partly-railed forecourt with curved rubble revettment walls following the road to the L and R.
  67. II Lodge at Crogen Hall including adjoining Wall and Gatepiers
    Located on the roadside at the entrance to the eastern drive to Crogen Hall.
  68. II Lychgate and adjoining Churchyard Revetment Wall at the Parish Church of St Mor
    At the southern boundary of the churchyard.
  69. II Lychgate at the Parish Church of St Derfel
    Facing Church Street at the western end of the churchyard.
  70. II Old Board School at Llawrybettws
    In the centre of the small village group, on the E side of the lane.
  71. II Outbuilding to the rear of Derfel Gadarn
    Located on the corner of Church Street where it joins a lane leading on to connect with Trafalgar Street.
  72. II Outhouse at Coed-y-Foel Isaf
    Located on the road side, a little to the W of the farmhouse.
  73. II* Pale Hall
    Located on the eastern side of the River Dee approximately 1.2km S of Llandderfel village; accessed via a drive leading from the road.
  74. I Parish Church of St Derfel
    Located within its own walled churchyard at the SW edge of the village, with commanding views down the Dee valley.
  75. II Parish Church of St Mor
    Centrally-placed within the small village group, set in its own raised and partly revetted churchyard.
  76. II Pen-Isa'r-Llan
    Set back slightly from the road behind its own walled forecourt at the SE edge of the village.
  77. II Pig Sty and Store Block at Ty'n-y-Ddol
    Located immediately S of the house.
  78. II Pont Fach
    Spanning a stream on the eastern side of the village facing Trafalgar Street.
  79. II* Pont Fawr
    Spanning the River Dee approximately 0.5km S of Llandderfel village, and carrying the Bala - Corwen road.
  80. II Pont Llanfor
    At the SW edge of the small village group, immediately N of the present road bridge.
  81. II Pont Llwyn y Brain
    Spanning the Afon Mynach in the Cwm Tir Mynach and carrying the road from Fron Goch northwards towards Cerrigydrudion.
  82. II Pont y Bala (partly in Bala community)
    Spanning the River Dee and carrying the main road (A 494) into the town of Bala.
  83. II Pont-y-Bryn including walls and parapets to carriageway adjoining to the E and W
    Carrying the road over the flood plain of the River Dee as a continuation of the Pont Fawr, which adjoins to the E.
  84. II Post Bach
    On the street-line.
  85. II Price Mausoleum at the Parish Church of St Mor
    Located prominently within the churchyard to the N of the church.
  86. II Quadrangular Stable Complex at Rhiwlas, including Y Stablau and Stablau Isa
    Located on the eastern side of the lane running NW from Pont Bala to the Rhiwlas complex.
  87. II Refail Isaf including adjoining Pig Sty
    Located at the junction of the Llandderfel road and the A 494 approximately 1km N of Llanfor.
  88. II Rhydywernen
    Located at the western end of the Cwm Main approximately 1.2km N of Sarnau; immediately to the W of Rhydywernen chapel, to the W of the lane, and built gable-end into the slope.
  89. II Rhydywernen Chapel including forecourt walls and railings Photos
    Located at the western end of the Cwm Main approximately 1.2km N of Sarnau; immediately S of the Cwm Main road, running NE from the Cefn Ddwysarn road; raised up slightly behind a walled, grassed fore
  90. II Small Cowhouse at Coed-y-Bedo
    Located a short distance to the NE of Coed-y-Bedo, opposite the large cowhouse.
  91. II Stable Block at Llaithgwm
    Located immediately to the rear of Llaithgwm.
  92. II Stable/Pigsty Block at Garth-goch
    At right angles to house, on E side of yard, backing onto lane.
  93. II Sundial Base at the Parish Church of St Mor
    Within the churchyard, to the SW of the tower.
  94. II Tegfan
    On the street-line at the southern end of the village.
  95. II Telephone Call-box
    Located in the centre of the village diagonally opposite the church lychgate.
  96. II Tirionfa
    Set back from the road on a bend, set within its own walled garden.
  97. II Ty Bryn (Lodge to Pale Hall)
    Set back slightly from the road at the top of the former principal drive to Pale Hall.
  98. II Ty Groes
    Located on the corner of the main road with the lane leading to Llandderfel village.
  99. II Ty Uchaf
    Located on a sloping site immediately below the road at the eastern end of Llyn Celyn on the SW boundary of the community.
  100. II Ty'n Llwyn including Agricultural Range to N
    Located approximately 1.5km NW of Llanfor village on a sloping, elevated site; accessed via a rough track leading NE off a lane running NW from Llanfor; built against a hillslope.
  101. II Ty'n-y-Ddol
    Set back from the road to the S of Llandderfel; accessed via a farm track running W from the road.
  102. II Wern Fawr
    Located on the eastern slope of the Cwmtirmynach some 750m SE of Glan-yr-Afon; accessed from the road via a farm track.

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