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Listed Buildings in Llandwrog, Gwynedd

  1. II* Armoury at Fort Williamsburg including attached screen walls
    Facing into the former parade ground and backing onto the Barracks at the south-east corner of Fort Williamsburg which is situated approximately 0.5km south-east of the house.
  2. II* Barracks at Fort Williamsburg
    At the south-east corner of Fort Williamsburg which is situated approximately 0.5km south-east of the house
  3. II Bodfan Farmhouse
    Situated in low-lying pastoral landscape approximately 1km south-west of Llandwrog and 700m east of the sea at the end of a driveway running off the minor road from Dinas Dinlle to the A 499; walled g
  4. II Bodhyfryd
    Situated in low-lying pastoral landscape approximately 0.6km west of Llandwrog on the south side of the road running westwards from the village to the coast at Dinas Dinlle.
  5. II Boundary Wall to Glynllifon Park
    Bordering the historic parkland to Glynllifon, now Glynllifon College.
  6. II Bridge carrying former west drive over Afon Llifon
    Now situated in pastureland approximately 300m south-west of the stables at Glynllifon.
  7. II Bridge over Afon Llifon to south of Glynllifon House
    Situated immediately to south of Glynllifon House, a pair to the bridge a short way upstream carrying the circular drive over the Afon Llifon.
  8. II Bridge over Afon Llifon to south-east of Glynllifon House
    Situated immediately to south-east of Glynllifon House, a pair to the bridge a short way downstream carrying the circular drive over the Afon Llifon.
  9. II Buarth Farm
    Situated at right-angles to track running off north side of minor road running south-westwards from Bwlch-y-llyn towards the Carmel to Y Fron road; low rubblestone wall in front of cottage and similar
  10. II Bwthyn Rhosyn (Rose Cottage) Photos
    Located in the centre of the village at T-junction immediately north-west of the school; rubblestone wall in front with stone-on-edge coping and iron gate.
  11. II Cae'r Llwyn Cottages
    Located on the southern approach to Llandwrog on the west side of the road; low rubblestone wall to road defines front boundary of front gardens, which are divided from each other by mixture of low wa
  12. II Cae'r Llwyn Cottages
    Located on the southern approach to Llandwrog on the west side of the road; low rubblestone wall to road defines front boundary of front gardens, which are divided from each other by mixture of low wa
  13. II Cae'r Llwyn Cottages
    Located on the southern approach to Llandwrog on the west side of the road; low rubblestone wall to road defines front boundary of front gardens, which are divided from each other by mixture of low wa
  14. II Cae'r Llwyn Cottages
    Located on the southern approach to Llandwrog on the west side of the road; low rubblestone wall to road defines front boundary of front gardens, which are divided from each other by mixture of low wa
  15. II Cae'r Llwyn Cottages
    Located on the southern approach to Llandwrog on the west side of the road; low rubblestone wall to road defines front boundary of front gardens, which are divided from each other by mixture of low wa
  16. II Cae-Ffynnon
    Situated at the end of a short track off the minor road running north-eastwards towards Bwlch-y-llyn from the Carmel to Y Fron road; vast slate waste heap towers behind.
  17. II Cae-halen-bach
    Located at the end of a stone-walled grassy track running westwards through the garden of Cae-halen-mawr off the minor road running north from Llandwrog.
  18. II Caer Eglwys
    Situated in corner position in centre of village immediately to the south of St Twrog's Church; low rubblestone wall follows road to front.
  19. II Caeronwy-isaf
    Located across fields in a narrow wooded valley approximately 400m south-west of Hafod Caeronwy; low rubblestone wall and slate path to front (west side).
  20. II Cart shelter and stables at Uwchlaw'r-rhos
    Situated on north-east side of farmyard to north-east of the farmhouse at Uwchlaw'r-rhos; short screen wall with wide openings at each end on north-west side of yard.
  21. II Cartsheds and attached range on south-east side of upper farmyard at Glynllifon College Farm
    Long range closing the south-east side of the upper of the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track beside the kitchen g
  22. II Cascade at Glynllifon
    Facing the main east vista approximately 300m from the house on the south side of the Afon Llifon dingle at the point where it turns north-eastwards.
  23. II Cave on south-east side of Afon Llifon approximately 190m south-west of the bridge over East Drive
    Situated next to a small path set back in woodland on the south-east side of the Afon Llifon, approximately 0.9km north-east of the house.
  24. II Cemetery Walls and Gates Photos
    Situated to south of very narrow road immediately to east of school at eastern end of village.
  25. II Children's Mill or Boat House
    Set into the river bank to south-west of Glynllifon House, beside the weir on the Afon Llifon immediately south of the Stable courtyard.
  26. II* Church of St Twrog Photos
    Situated in the centre of Llandwrog village in raised roughly circular-shaped churchyard.
  27. II Cilgant
    Situated immediately to north of church in centre of village; full-length rubblestone wall with iron gates to small front gardens follows concave curve of road to front.
  28. II Cilgant
    Situated immediately to north of church in centre of village; full-length rubblestone wall with iron gates to small front gardens follows concave curve of road to front.
  29. II Cottage/outbuilding at Tan-y-groeslon
    Situated behind rubblestone boundary wall to road in rear garden of Tan-y-groeslon.
  30. II Cowhouse at Caeronwy-isaf
    Situated immediately to the west of Caeronwy-isaf.
  31. II Cowhouse at Uwchlaw'r-rhos
    Situated on south-west side of farmyard to north-east of the farmhouse at Uwchlaw'r-rhos.
  32. II Cowhouse, Barn and Cart Shelter at Bodfan
    Situated in farmyard immediately to north-east of disused farmhouse.
  33. II Cromlech Photos
    Set in a rectangular hollow beside the drive through the plantations approximately 270m south of the house.
  34. II Disused Cottage at Buarth Newydd
    Adjoins the main house at Buarth Newydd, which is situated at the end of a short track on the north side of the minor road running south-westwards from Bwlch-y-llyn towards the Carmel to Y Fron road.
  35. II Disused Cottage at Plas Dolydd
    Situated immediately to the west of the farmhouse at Plas Dolydd, which itself is located on the west side of the A 487 in the hamlet of Dolydd.
  36. II Disused Farmhouse at Bodfan
    Stands immediately to the north-east of the main house at Bodfan, to which it is attached by a short section of wall abutting its south-western corner.
  37. II* Dock, perimeter wall and attached buildings to east of Fort Belan Photos
    Situated at water edge directly to east of Fort Belan.
  38. II Dovecote and attached range to left at south-east corner of farmyards at Glynllifon College Farm
    At the south-eastern corner of the upper of the two inter-linked farmyards and adjacent to a range of cartsheds. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a
  39. II East Lodge
    Abuts the south side of the stretch of boundary wall to Glynllifon Park running along the minor road between the A 499 at North Lodge and Groeslon; pointed archway in wall with decorated spear-headed
  40. II Eastern Cavern north of the path near main east vista fountain
    Situated near the end of the east vista and to the east of the adjacent cavern or fernery; approximately 260m east of the house.
  41. II Eastern Walled Kitchen Garden
    Situated to east of the road up to the estate farm.
  42. II Engine House and Chimney adjoining Workshops
    Immediately to the west of the Workshops and at right angles to the western courtyard range. Reached from the north side of the country park visitor centre.
  43. II Footbridge over Afon Llifon to east of house
    Situated approximately 120m east of the house at the beginning of the dingle to south of the main eastern vista; links footpaths along both sides of the Afon Llifon.
  44. II Footbridge over service drive to west of Glynllifon House
    Spanning the rear service drive to west of the house.
  45. II Former Cowhouse to south-west side of upper farmyard at Glynllifon College Farm
    At right angles to the dovecote and closing the south side of the upper of the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track
  46. II Former Farm Office at Glynllifon College Farm
    Situated end on to the farm track at the entrance into the upper of the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track beside
  47. II Former reservoir on hill to north-east of Fort Williamsburg
    Situated approximately on the flat hilltop approximately 540m to north-east of Fort Williamsburg and to due east of the house.
  48. I Fort Belan Photos
    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.
  49. II Fountain at end of east vista
    Prominently situated at the far end of the main east vista approximately 250m from the house.
  50. II Fountain near south-west corner of Glynllifon House
    Situated close to the south-west corner of the house, concealed by a bush.
  51. II Fountain Pool adjacent to east side of house
    Situated within a tarmaced area immediately adjacent to the east side of Glynllifon House.
  52. II Fountain pool including iron pipe in Coed y Terrace wood south-west of the Farm
    Situated in the woodland south-west of the College Farm and north-east of the house. Reached from the former east drive.
  53. II Fountain Pool to east of Stable Courtyard
    Situated on the east side of the forecourt to the stable block.
  54. II Gardener's Cottage and attached archway to south of Kitchen Gardens
    Situated at the south end of the easternmost kitchen garden; close to the Palm House.
  55. II* Gatehouse at Fort Williamsburg
    Built into the bank on the north side of the fort accessed from the main north entrance via a footbridge across the ditch; faces into the former parade ground. Fort Williamsburg is approximately 0.5k
  56. II Glasfryn & Tamariu
    Located approximately 1km north of Llandwrog at the end of a short track off the east side of the minor road running northwards from the village.
  57. I Glynllifon Photos
    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.
  58. II* Grand Lodge including Archway at main entrance to Glynllifon Photos
    At the main entrance to Glynllifon, set back from the A499 and set into the impressive boundary wall that suurounds this park.
  59. II Grugan Ddu
    Situated approximately 0.5km south of the centre of Groeslon at the end of a short track running off the east side of the A 487; low rubblestone wall with curved ends in front of cottage with cobbled
  60. II Hafod Caeronwy
    Located on the south side of a track leading from Y Fron through the disused quarry towards Mynydd Mawr, Hafod Caeronwy is one of the last habitation sites to the west of the high moorland of Mynydd M
  61. II Hay-barn to south of Watermill
    Situated at the far end of the yard to south of the mill which lies to the south-west of Glynllifon House
  62. II Hermitage
    Situated approximately 500m east of the house and uphill from the valley of the Afon Llifon
  63. II High Bridge carrying road over East Drive and Afon Llifon
    Situated at the north-east end of the Llifon dingle approximately 1km from the house; carries a farm road over the river and east drive on its east bank.
  64. II Horse Drinking Trough
    Situated in rubblestone boundary wall immediately to north-east of Nos.1-3 Tair Ysgol (School Cottages)
  65. II Horse Drinking Trough Photos
    Attached to the north-eastern end of the rubblestone boundary wall in front of Nos.1-5 Cilgant (The Crescent).
  66. II Inner arched entrance to courtyard between Palm House and Workshops
    Bordering the south side of the small courtyard south of the kitchen gardens and with the Palm House at right angles to east; parallel with another screen wall and archway facing the stables.
  67. II Ionic Column on former East Drive
    Situated in the middle of the former east drive on the hill immediately to north of the fountain at the end of the east vista.
  68. II Iron Footbridge approximately 150m south-west of the high bridge over the East Drive
    Spanning a weir on the Afon Llifon towards the northern end of the dingle to the north-east of the house and south-west of the high bridge over the east drive. Carries George's Path over the river.
  69. II Iron Footbridge over Afon Llifon
    Situated approximately 500m north-east of the house at the base of the footpath up to the Hermitage.
  70. II L-shaped Range of farm buildings, including walled enclosure to south, at Glynllifon College Farm
    At the south-western edge of the farm and closing the south side of the lower of the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a
  71. II L-shaped screen wall adjoining stables and workshops at west end of service drive to kitchen court
    Two attached sections of screen wall adjoining, and at right angles to, the stables to south and the workshops to west; closes the rear service drive to the kitchen court.
  72. II* Lych-gate and churchyard wall at the Church of St Twrog
    The lych-gate stands on the south-east side of St Twrog's raised and roughly circular-shaped churchyard, which is surrounded and retained by the churchyard wall.
  73. II Machinery Workshops to north-west of Stables at Glynllifon
    Quadrangular complex situated at south-end of the eastern kitchen garden and to north-west of the Stable block. Now used as Machinery Workshops for the College.
  74. II* Magazine at Fort Williamsburg
    Situated immediately beside the Tower near the north-west corner of Fort Williamsburg, approximately 0.5km south-east of the house. Reached via a tunnel passage from the Parade Ground.
  75. II Mausoleum
    Surrounded by trees on a knoll within the parkland approximately 1km south-east of the house and 0.5km south-east of Fort Williamsburg.
  76. II Milestone
    Located on south-east side of the A 499 immediately south-west of the small settlement of Bethesda-bach; set in low rubblestone boundary wall.
  77. II Mount Hazel
    Situated at end of tree-lined driveway running off the minor road through Ty'n-lon; the house sits below the pasture field in front.
  78. II No.1 (Sea View)
    Situated on the northern approach to Llandwrog on the east side of the road at the northern edge of the Victorian built development; low rubblestone wall in front.
  79. II No.1 Cae'r Llwyn Cottages
    Located on the southern approach to Llandwrog on the west side of the road; low rubblestone wall to road defines front boundary of front gardens, which are divided from each other by mixture of low wa
  80. II No.1 Tai'r Eglwys (Church Cottages)
    Situated immediately to north-west of St Twrog's Church in centre of village with Nos.1-5 Cilgant adjoining; low rubblestone wall with decorated iron gates defines front gardens.
  81. II No.1 Tai'r Ysgol (School Cottages)
    Located in the centre of the village to the south of St Twrog's Church with Bwthyn Rhosyn (Rose Cottage) directly opposite; rubblestone wall in front defines front gardens.
  82. II No.2 (Tir Iarll)
    Situated on the northern approach to Llandwrog on the east side of the road at the northern edge of the Victorian built development; low rubblestone wall in front.
  83. II No.2 Tai'r Eglwys (Church Cottages)
    Situated immediately to north-west of St Twrog's Church in centre of village with Nos.1-5 Cilgant adjoining; low rubblestone wall with decorated iron gates defines front gardens.
  84. II No.2 Tai'r Ysgol (School Cottages)
    Located in the centre of the village to the south of St Twrog's Church with Bwthyn Rhosyn (Rose Cottage) directly opposite; rubblestone wall in front defines front gardens.
  85. II No.3
    Situated on the northern approach to Llandwrog on the east side of the road at the northern edge of the Victorian built development; low rubblestone wall in front.
  86. II No.3 Cilgant (The Crescent)
    Situated immediately to north of church in centre of village; full-length rubblestone wall with iron gates to small front gardens follows concave curve of road to front.
  87. II No.3 Tai'r Ysgol (School Cottages)
    Located in the centre of the village to the south of St Twrog's Church with Bwthyn Rhosyn (Rose Cottage) directly opposite; rubblestone wall in front defines front gardens.
  88. II No.4 Cilgant (The Crescent)
    Situated immediately to north of church in centre of village; full-length rubblestone wall with iron gates to small front gardens follows concave curve of road to front.
  89. II No.5 Cilgant (The Crescent)
    Situated immediately to north of church in centre of village; full-length rubblestone wall with iron gates to small front gardens follows concave curve of road to front.
  90. II North Lodge
    Situated immediately south of the Glynllifon Park boundary wall at point where it meets the A 499 and turns south following the course of the road; round-headed arch of 2 orders in gabled projection h
  91. II Northern Range to lower farmyard, including attached cross-range to east, at Glynllifon College Farm
    Closing the north side of the lower of the two inter-linked C19 farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track beside the kitchen gardens.
  92. II Nos.3 & 4 Ffrwd
    Situated on bend of very narrow road approximately 0.5km east of Llandwrog; low rubblestone wall enclosing front gardens has been partly demolished to provide widened access, in the case of No. 4 for
  93. II Outbuildings at Plas Newydd
    Located on north-east side of courtyard immediately adjacent to the house at Plas Newydd.
  94. II* Outer Defensive Wall to Fort Williamsburg
    Forming a perimeter to the fort which is approximately 0.5km south-east of the house and reached by the south drive.
  95. II Pair of Hay-barns in centre of upper farmyard at Glynllifon College Farm
    In the centre of the upper of the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track beside the kitchen gardens.
  96. II Pair of Stone Bridges beside Iron Bridge and below Hermitage
    Situated immediately east of the 1840 dated iron footbridge and carrying a path up to the Hermitage.
  97. II Palm House including former Eagle House
    Situated within the small courtyard to south of the kitchen gardens. Faces west between the screen wall to south, with arched entrance, and the small gardener's cottage to north.
  98. II Parallel Farm Ranges and linking arched entrance into lower farmyard at Glynllifon College Farm
    At the north-west end of, and entrance to, the lower of the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track beside the kitchen
  99. II Pen Bwlch Bach
    Spectacularly located in isolated upland position on road between Carmel and Y Fron; the cottage is set within its own small field system immediately below the road with a vast slate waste heap direct
  100. II Penrallt
    Situated on north side of minor road, the south side of which is marked by the Glynllifon Estate boundary wall, between Groeslon and Llandwrog; dense tree planting surrounds both cottages, which have
  101. II Pigsties at Grugan Ddu
    Situated immediately to the north of the cottage at Grugan Ddu.
  102. II* Plas Newydd
    Situated in sheltered parkland position near the Afon Llifon, the house is moated on 3 sides with a stone bridge on the north-west side; surrounding garden with stone walls, that on south-east side a
  103. II Rubble Footbridge below the Hermitage
    Situated approximately 500m east of the house and immediately below the Hermitage.
  104. II Rubble Footbridge between Iron footbridge and Cave
    Situated approximately midway between the 1840 dated iron footbridge and the Cave towards the northern end of the Llifon valley. Carries the path over the bottom of a small cascade.
  105. II Rubble Footbridge uphill from Hermitage
    Situated approximately 50m east of, and uphill from, the Hermitage.
  106. II Rubble-walled rear service drive to west of Glynllifon House
    To west of the house, these high rubble walls border the rear service drive.
  107. II Rubble-walled trackway to north of service drive to west of Glynllifon House
    Situated uphill from and parallel to the rear service drive which is also rubble walled; leads from the kitchen gardens and Palm House to service accommodation on west side of the kitchen court.
  108. II Sluice, two sluice houses and linking footbridge adjacent to Children's Mill
    Situated immediately behind the stable courtyard on the Afon Llifon.
  109. II* Stable Courtyard at Glynllifon
    Situated to the west of the house.
  110. II Stone Bridge carrying East Drive over Afon Llifon immediately north of one of the iron footbridges
    Situated close to the northern of the two 1840 iron footbridges, carrying the East Drive from the north to the south side of the Afon Llifon. Approximately 100m south-west of the high bridge over the
  111. II Stone Bridge on the main drive south of the Stables at Glynllifon
    Situated between the Stables and the Mill and carried the main west drive over the Afon Llifon on its route around through the gardens to approach the house face on.
  112. II Stone Bridge to west of Watermill
    Spanning the Afon Llifon immediately adjacent to the watermill. Carries track from main west drive into yard behind mill. Attached to the L-shaped range adjoining the watermill to west.
  113. II Stone Footbridge to north-east of the Fountain at the end of the vista
    Spanning the Afon Llifon approximately 400m east of the house and 160m north-east of the Cascade and Fountain; in the lower part of the dingle with weir to east.
  114. II Stone-walled leat adjoining north-east side of Watermill at Glynllifon
    The watermill is situated below the west drive to south-east of the stables; the leat is fed by the Afon Llifon and is culverted under the drive.
  115. II Sundial at the Church of St Twrog
    Situated on mound near the south-west corner of St Twrog's Churchyard.
  116. II Sundial to rear of Glynllifon House
    Situated at the base of the wooded hillside immediately to the rear of the conservatory at the north-east corner of Glynllifon house. Reached from the high level path that runs along the back of the
  117. II Tai Elen Glyn Photos
    Located in pasture fields approximately 0.8km north-east of Llandwrog at the end of a drive running off the minor road between Llandwrog and Llanfaglan.
  118. II Tall Barn between upper and lower farmyards at Glynllifon College Farm
    Transverse range running north-south dividing the two inter-linked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via a track beside the kitchen gardens.
  119. II Tan-y-groeslon
    Situated on junction of 2 minor roads approximately 0.6km north-east of Llandwrog; the cottage is built into the side of a slope falling away to the rear; in front is a low rubblestone wall with centr
  120. II Tanlan
    Situated approximately 0.5km north of Llandwrog at right-angles to the minor road running north towards Llanfaglan; low rubblestone boundary wall to roadside.
  121. II The Mill Folly Grotto including stone bridge, south of the Afon Llifon
    Situated approximately 200m east of the house, on the south side of the valley of the Afon Llifon.
  122. II The Nursery
    Located in well-wooded area of the Glynllifon Estate towards its southern end approximately 0.75km east of Plas Newydd; much of the area within the walls is now heavily overgrown.
  123. II* Tower at Fort Williamsburg
    Situated approximately 0.5km south-east of the house and reached by the south drive. The tower is the focal building within the Fort and is built on a mound near its north-west corner, between inner
  124. II Tryfan Mawr
    Located on bend of road in the hamlet of Tryfan, of which it is the principal building, approximately 1.5km north-east of Groeslon; lawn to front enclosed by rubblestone wall following curve of road.
  125. II* Tunnel Passage at Fort Williamsburg
    On the northern side of the Fort linking the former Parade Ground and the Tower and beyond to the outer bastions. Fort Williamsburg is approximately 0.5km south-east of the house.
  126. II Two parallel farmyard ranges to north-east corner of Glynllifon College Farm
    Situated adjacent to the former farm office at the north-east corner of the upper of the two interlinked farmyards. Glynllifon College Farm is approximately 200m uphill from the house and reached via
  127. II Ty Newydd
    Situated in marshy low-lying small-field landscape, set back from minor road running north-east from Carmel towards Rhosgadfan.
  128. II Ty Rardd
    Situated at the north-west corner of the westernmost of the three former kitchen gardens to north-west of Glynllifon.
  129. II Tyn Llan (Harp Hotel) Photos
    Located in the centre of the village directly opposite St Twrog's Church; cobbled surface to front and rubblestone wall with gate at junction with building encloses garden to left.
  130. II Uwchlaw'r-rhos
    Situated approximately mid-way along a long farm track running eastwards from the A 499 between Groeslon and Penygroes towards Cilgwyn; the main part of the farmhouse has a low rubblestone wall with c
  131. II Vestry Cottage & Former Vestry
    Situated towards the northern end of the village on the east side of the road leading northwards; the cottage is cut into the adjoining churchyard wall and its projecting south gable is in fact within
  132. II Washouses to Nos. 1 & 2 Penrallt
    Situated immediately to north of Nos. 1 & 2 Penrallt.
  133. II Watermill to south-west of Stables including archway into mill yard and attached L-shaped range
    Situated below the west drive to south-west of the stables; formerly powered by the Afon Llifon.
  134. II Well in garden wall at Plas Newydd
    Located in the south-west corner of the garden retaining wall to the south-east of the house at Plas Newydd.
  135. II Western Cavern north of the path near main east vista fountain
    Situated near the end of the east vista and to the west of the adjacent cavern; approximately 210m east of the house.
  136. II Western pair of walled former Kitchen Gardens at Glynllifon
    Situated to the west of the road that leads up to the estate farm and extending west for approximately 500m.
  137. II Wood Cottage
    Located in an extremely isolated position on rising ground at end of no-through trackway running through parkland and then woodland to the south-east of Plas Newydd.
  138. II Workshops
    On the westernmost edge of the complex of estate buildings immediately adjacent to Glynllifon House; south of the central walled garden.
  139. II Ysgol Llandwrog Photos
    Situated in centre of village with Bwthyn Rhosyn (Rose Cottage) immediately to the west and the cemetery to the east; bounded by the very narrow road on the north, the school overlooks open ground to

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