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Listed Buildings in Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, Gwynedd

  1. II ,10,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  2. II ,11,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of housesd running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  3. II ,1A,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9YA
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of housesd running NE-SW, onthe S side of Abergynolwyn.
  4. II ,2,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY Photos
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  5. II ,3,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  6. II ,4,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  7. II ,5,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  8. II ,5A,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9YA
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  9. II ,6,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  10. II ,6A,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9YA
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  11. II ,7,Heol Tan-y-bryn,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9UY
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE - SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  12. II ,7A,Heol Tan-y-bryn, including railings to front,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9YA
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  13. II ,9A,Heol Tan-y-bryn, including railings to front,Abergynolwyn,Tywyn,,LL36 9YA
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  14. II Barn and cowhouse at Pen-y-meini
    Pen-y-meini farm stands beside the road running NW from Abergynolwyn, at the foot of the Nant Caw valley. The farmhouse looks S over the farmyard which has two early farm buildings, the cowhouse runn
  15. II Barn at Maes-y-pandy
    Maes-y-pandy farmstead lies in the valley bottom, close to the Afon Fathew, and SW of Llyn Mwyngil. The barn stands on an eminence running across the valley, to the NW of the farmhouse.
  16. II Barn at Rhiwerfa
    Rhiwerfa lies on level ground at high level on the NW side of the narrow valley of the Afon Fathew, and is reached by a steep farm road from the B4405, by Milepost 6 miles from Tywyn.
  17. II Bee boles at Maes-y-pandy
    The bee boles are set, facing outwards, in the curved angle of the stone wall of a paddock, near the SW gable end of the farmhouse.
  18. II Beudy at Rhiwogof
    Rhiwogof farm is approached by a long forest road climbing the hillside from the N side of the B4405, W of Pont Cedris. The beudy lies beyond and NE of the farmhouse.
  19. II Brynderw
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  20. II* Cae'r Berllan
    The farmhouse stands back from the farm buildings, facing the W.
  21. II Carthouse and granary at Rhiwerfa
    Rhiwerfa is on level ground at high level on the NW side of the narrow valley of the Afon Fathew, and is reached by a steep farm road from the B4405, at Mile 6 from Twywn.
  22. II Cedris Photos
    Cedris is located on the valley floor, beside the Afon Dysynni, on the back road from Tal-y-llyn to Abergynolwyn.
  23. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    The church stands beside the road from Minffordd to Abergynolwyn, at the S end of Tal-y-llyn lake.
  24. II* Church of St Michael
    The parish church stands on the valley floor of the upper Dysynni valley, within its own sub-oval churchyard.
  25. II Churchyard wall at the Church of St Michael
    The church of St Michael stands near the head of the Dysynni valley, in the middle of the graveyard which is encircled by the wall.
  26. II Cottage E of the Church of St Michael
    The cottage stands beside the road, facing the E end of the chancel.
  27. II Cowhouse at Rhiwerfa
    Rhiwerfa lies on level ground at high level on the NW side of the narrow valley of the Afon Fathew, and is reached by a steep farm road from the B4405, at Mile 6 from Twywn. The cowhouse is the middle
  28. II Dolawel
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  29. II Farm building and hay-barn at Ty-coch
    Ty-coch lies on the W side of Craig-yr-aderyn, on the back road from Llanfihangel to Bryncrug.
  30. II Farm building at Pen-y-Meini
    Pen-y-meini lies against the E side of the road running NW from Abergynolwyn. The farmyard stands immediately S of the farmhouse, with this farm building forming the E side of the farmyard.
  31. II Farm building at Ty'n-y-bryn
    The farm Ty'n-y-bryn stands beside the road fromn Llanfihangel to Bryncrug. The farm building is at the right side of the farmhouse, with its gable end on the road.
  32. II Floreat
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  33. II* Front garden walls, gate piers and mounting block at Cae'r Berllan
    The front garden walls define the raised rectangular garden in front of the main NW elevation of Cae'r Berllan.
  34. II Gamallt House
    The property is sited on the lowest terrace of the Nant Gwernol, facing N, and is reached by a new track leading off the main road SW of Abergynolwyn, nearly opposite Hendre.
  35. II Glasfryn
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  36. II Grail Retreat
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  37. II Granary at Ty'n-y-fach
    Ty'n-y-fach farm lies c65m N of Llanfihangel church. The farmyard to the rear is defined by two parallel farmyard buildings set in line, and the granary at right angles on the SW side.
  38. II Graveyard monument at the Church of St Michael
    The monument stands within the graveyard, at the SE corner of the chancel of the Church of St Michael.
  39. II Gwastadfryn
    The farm is the last in the upper valley of the Afon Cadair, lying approximately 570m beyond Pont Ty'n-y-fach,
  40. II Isfryn, including railings to the front
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces opf houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  41. II Lychgate at the Church of St Mary Photos
    The parish church of St Mary stands at the S end of Tal-y-llyn lake, within a sub-rectangular churchyard, beside the main road from Minffordd to Abergynolwyn. The lychgate is in the churchyard wall t
  42. II Lychgate at the Church of St Mary
    The parish church of St Mary stands at the S end of Tal-y-llyn lake, within a sub-rectangular churchyard, beside the main road from Minffordd to Aber. This lychgate is in the churchyard wall S of the
  43. II Lychgate to the Church of St Michael
    The parish church stands on the valley floor, within a sub-oval banked and walled churchyard. The lychgate is set in the wall on the E quadrant of the wall.
  44. II Maes-y-pandy Farmhouse
    Maes-y-pandy farm lies in the valley bottom, close to the Afon Fathew, and SW of Llyn Mwyngil. The farmhouse occupies a slight ridge, and faces SW down the valley.
  45. II Mile Marker
    The post is set in the verge of the road at a sharp bend, opposite Dolfaenog-fawr farm.
  46. II Mile Marker
    The mile marker lies at the W end of a layby, at the E entrance to the village.
  47. II Mile Marker
    The post is set in the verge at the top of the hill to the W of the village, opposite the farm road to Rhiwerfa.
  48. II Mile Marker
    The marker is set in a bank on a corner SW of Ty Gwyn.
  49. II Mile Marker
    The mile marker is set in the verge NE of the farm road to Maes-y-Pandy farm.
  50. II Mile Marker
    The mile marker is set in the verge of the road on the NE approach to Pont Iago.
  51. II Mile Marker
    The mile marker stands in the verge of the main Tal-y-Llyn to Dolgellau road, just SW of the crest of Bwlch Llyn-bach.
  52. II Mile Marker
    The mile marker is set against a stone wall at the foot of the cliff of Craig-y-Llan, on the descent to Tal-y-Llyn.
  53. II Mile Marker
    The mile marker is set in the verge of the main Tal-y-Llyn to Dolgellau road, approximately 100m N of the Minffordd Hotel
  54. II Monument to Mary Jones, with vestiges of her early home, Ty'n-y-ddol
    The house and monument stand near the N end of Pont Ty'n-y-fach, N of the Church of St Michael.
  55. II Nant-Caw-fawr
    The farmstead at Nant-Caw-fawr is at the top of the small valley of the Nant Caw, reached by the road leading NW from Abergynolwyn.
  56. II Old Ty'n-y-fach
    The farmhouse lies c65m to the N of the church, in the hamlet of Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, facing NW over the Afon Cadair.
  57. II Pen-y-garreg
    The farmhouse is located on the steep hillside facing S over the village, and is reached by a contoured road off the Llanegrin Road to the rear.
  58. II Pigsty group at Nant-Caw-fawr
    The farmstead at Nant-Caw-fawr is at the top of the small valley of the Nant Caw, reached by road leading NW from Abergynolwyn.
  59. II Pont Pennant, or Pont Ty'n-y-fach
    The bridge carries the road running N from Llanfihangel over the Afon Cadair to the upper stretch of the valley.
  60. II Pont y Cwrt
    The bridge carries the road to Llanegrin over the Afon Dysynni, at the N end of the village.
  61. II Pont y Garth (partly in Llanegryn community)
    The bridge is at the E end of the community, carrying the main road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwen and Llanfihangel-y-pennant across the Afon Dysynni.
  62. II Pont y Garth (partly in Llanfihangel y Pennant Community)
    The bridge is at the E end of the community, carrying the main road from Llanegryn to Abergynolwen and Llanfihangel-y-pennant across the Afon Dysynni.
  63. II Pont Ystumanner
    The bridge carries a minor road from Bryncrug to Llanfihangel over the Afon Dysynni.
  64. II Roadside barn at Llwyn-dol-ithel farm
    The barn lies against the road close to the right-angled bend, beyond the N end of Tal-y-llyn lake, and beside the track to Llwyn-dol-ithel farm.
  65. II SW Farm Building at Ty'n-y-fach
    Ty'n-y-fach farm stands some 60m NNE of the Church of St Michael. The SW farm building is the westerly of two farm buildings set in line and parallel to Old Ty'n-y-fach farmhouse.
  66. II The Old Shop
    The building is in the centre of the village, at the W end of a row of 3, facing across the B4405 towards the Railway Inn.
  67. II Ty Clyd
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  68. II Ty ffon at Cae'r Berllan
    Cae'r Berllan is the major farmhouse of the Dysynni valley. The outbuilding lies to the right of the farmhouse, set back against the slope of the hill.
  69. II Ty'n-y-bryn
    The house stands on the road from Llanfihangel to Bryncrug, facing N, approximately 200m N of Pont Ystumanner.
  70. II Ty-coch
    The house stands back from the minor road from Llanfihangel to Bryncrug, under the W facing shoulder of Craig-yr-Aderyn.
  71. II Wynfryn
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraced of houses rrunning NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  72. II Ybythyn
    Heol Tan-y-bryn is a development of two confronting terraces of houses running NE-SW, on the S side of Abergynolwyn.
  73. II Yr ysgoldy at Maes-y-Pandy
    Maes-y-pandy farm lies in the valley bottom, close to the Afon Fathew, and SW of Llyn Mwyngil. The building is set beside the river, in a boundary wall of the paddock, opposite the main SW elevation

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