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Listed Buildings in Llanddulas and Rhyd-y-Foel, Conwy

  1. II Barn, Agricultural Range and associated garden walls and towers at Hen Wyrch Farm
    Located immediately to the S of and behind Hen Wyrch Lodge, on the S side of Abergele Road
  2. II Boundary Stone at junction of Rhyd-y-Foel and Clipterfyn Roads
    Sited on a triangular grass verge at the junction between Rhyd-y-Foel Road and Clipterfyn Road.
  3. II Bryn Tirion
    Raised up on a triangular plot between Clipterfyn Road and New Road, some 750m SE of the village centre.
  4. II Church Hall including Tool Shed to S Photos
    Prominently sited at the junction of Beulah Avenue and the main road (A 547).
  5. I Gwrych Castle including attached walls and towers and Stable Block. Photos
    About 2km W of centre of Abergele, set dramatically against a wooded hill slope; set back from and above B 4553.
  6. II Gwrych Estate Boundary Wall from Tan-yr-Ogof to Gwrych Lodge
    Running parallel with the road at the eastern border of the community.
  7. II Gwrych Estate Boundary Wall to S side of Abergele Road
    Running parallel with the road westwards from its junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  8. II Hen Wrych
    Immediately S of the road, behind the castellated Hen Wrych lodge, at the eastern boundary of the community.
  9. II* Hen Wrych Lodge including adjoining crenellated boundary walls and towers
    Facing the road at the eastern boundary of the community, approximately 600m NE of Gwrych Castle
  10. II Lady Eleanor's Tower
    Strikingly located on a wooded crag, set back from and above the road; approximately 750m W of Gwrych Castle.
  11. II Lychgate at St Cynbryd's Church Photos
    On the roadside, immediately W of the road bridge over the Afon Ddulas.
  12. II Memorial Cross at St Cynbryd's Church
    Located immediately to the E of the parish church, within the churchyard and at the centre of a gravelled burial plot.
  13. II Nant-y-Bella Lodge
    Located on the roadside approximately 1km from the Abergele Lodge, on a sloping, partly-wooded site.
  14. II Northern Towers
    Located immediately behind Tan-yr-Ogof Lodge, approximately 800m E of the junction between the main road and Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  15. II* Parish Church of St Cynbryd Photos
    Located in the centre of the village on the north bank of the Afon Dulas, within its own large, rubble-walled churchyard.
  16. II* Plas Tan-yr-Ogof including adjoining walls and arches to E and W
    Located on the roadside approximately 80m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  17. II Stable and Cart House Range at Tan-yr-Ogof Farm
    Located immediately N of and behind Tan-yr-Ogof Farmhouse, within the farmyard.
  18. II* Tan-yr-Ogof Farmhouse including adjoining arch and walls to E
    Located on the roadside approximately 100m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  19. II* Tan-yr-Ogof Lodge including adjoining walls and towers to S, E and W
    Prominently located on the roadside, some 60m E of the junction with Rhyd-y-Foel Road.
  20. II Telephone Call-box outside Post Office Stores
    In prominent location in centre of village with Salem Chapel opposite; set in angle of outbuilding to right of Post Office Stores.
  21. II Ty Gwyn
    Located some 500m W of the village centre; set up above the road on a sloping site and facing N towards the sea.
  22. II Ty Ucha
    Located in the village centre diagonally opposite St. Cynbryd's Church; set back from the main road with a forecourt to the NW.
  23. II Ty Ucha
    Located in the village centre diagonally opposite St. Cynbryd's Church; set back from the main road with a forecourt to the NW.
  24. II Ty Ucha
    Located in the village centre diagonally opposite St. Cynbryd's Church; set back from the main road with a forecourt to the NW.
  25. II Ty Ucha Bach
    Located in the village centre diagonally opposite St. Cynbryd's Church; set back from the main road with a forecourt to the NW.
  26. II Ty Ucha Cottage
    Located in the village centre diagonally opposite St. Cynbryd's Church; set back from the main road with a forecourt to the NW.
  27. II Ty Ucha House
    Located in the village centre diagonally opposite St. Cynbryd's Church; set back from the main road with a forecourt to the NW.

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