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Listed Buildings in Llangwm, Conwy

  1. II Barn at Llwyn-y-saint
    The farm stands on high ground on a spur overlooking the valley of the Afon Ceirw. It is reached by a farm track leading up off the minor road parallel to and above the right bank of the river.
  2. II Capel M C Cefn Nannau
    This prominent chapel is located on the SE side of its large graveyard, reached from the farm road to Cefn-nannau farm, on the road on the SW side of the Afon Ceirw valley.
  3. II Carthouse in farmyard NE of Hendre Arddwyfaen
    The farm buildings stand to the ENE of the farmhouse and form a large rectangular farmyard. The Carthouse defines the SSW side of the yard.
  4. II Cartshed/Granary at Pen-yfed
    Pen-yfed farm lies on low ground close to a bend of he Afon Ceirw, approximately 1500m W of Dinmael, and is reached by a short track from the road on the W side of the valley. The Carthouse stands op
  5. II Church of St Jerome
    The church stands in a sub-rectangular churchyard at the centre of Llangwm village.
  6. II Farm Buildings NE of Hendre Arddwyfaen
    The farm buildings stand to the ENE of the farmhouse, forming a large rectangular farmyard.
  7. II Four Chest Tombs at the Church of St Jerome
    The church and churchyard occupy a prominent position in the centre of Llangwm village. The chest tombs are in the graveyard, ranged close to and along the S wall.
  8. II Garthmeilio
    The country house is located to the N of Llangwm village, at the end of an access road starting by Pont-y-capel.
  9. II Gwesty y Gafr (The Goat Hotel)
    The inn stands in the centre of the village, on the angle of the road running NE to Betws Gwerful-goch.
  10. II Hendre Arddwyfaen
    The farmhouse is prominently sited close to the main road, by the junction with the minor road to Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr.
  11. II Kiln House (roddyn) at Melin Pen-y-gaer
    Melin Pen-y-gaer stands back from the road from the Holyhead Road at Arddwyfaen to Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr. The kiln house stands close to and at right angles to the W side of the mill.
  12. II Llwyn-dedwydd
    A major farm of the area, located on the east facing slope of Pen-y-cerrig serth, looking down on the valley of Afon Ceirw. It is reached from the W valley road, SW of Glyn-dyffwys and W of Dinmael.
  13. II Llwyn-y-saint
    The farm stands on high ground on a spur overlooking the valley of the Afon Ceirw. It is reached by a farm track leading up off the minor road parallel to and above the right bank of the river. The f
  14. II Maesmor Hall
    The mansion stands in its own grounds alongside the S bank of the Afon Ceirw, and is reached by a driveway from beside Pont Maesmor on the road from Maerdy to Bala.
  15. II Melin Pen-y-gaer, aka Ty-nant Mill
    The mill lies off the road to Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr, running up the valley from the Holyhead Road at Hendre Arddwyfaen, and by a small stream.
  16. II Milestone at Glyn-diffwys
    The milestone is set 1100m W of Dinmael, at the E end of the cutting, in a new position approximately 40m E of the original location on the NW side of the old Holyhead Road.
  17. II* Old House and attached Cartshed block at Cysulog
    Cysulog is about 1 km north of Maerdy. The Old House and Cartshed block is to the NW of the present house.
  18. II Pen-yfed Farmhouse
    Pen-yfed farm lies on low ground close to a bend of the Afon Ceirw, approximately 1500m W of Dinmael. It is reached by a short farm track from the road on the W side of the valley.
  19. II Pont Arddwyfaen
    The bridge carries the minor road off the A5 Holyhead Road over the Afon Ceirw, leading to Llangwm.
  20. II Pont Glyn-diffwys
    The bridge is located W of Dinmael, and carries the road from the junction with the Holyhead Road over the Afon Ceirw, to Cwm Main and beyond.
  21. II Pont Maesmor
    The bridge carries the minor road from off the Holyhead Road in Maerdy over the Afon Ceirw to Maesmor and beyond.
  22. II Pont Moelfre
    The bridge is located just off the A5 Holyhead Road, and carries the A4501 to Bala over the Afon Ceirw.
  23. II Pont Rhyd-llefrith
    The bridge is on the minor road leading W off the A5 Holyhead Road at Dinmael.
  24. II Pont Tai'n-rhos, aka Pont-yr-ebach (partly in Cerrigydrudion Community)
    The bridge carries the road from Llangwm to Cerrigydrudion over the Afon Ceirw, on the northern boundary of the community.
  25. II Pont Ty-gwyn
    The bridge carries the S loop of the road to Llangwm from the A5 across the Afon Ceirw, near Ystrad-bach. The bridge is within 100m of the Holyhead Road
  26. II Pont yr Henblas
    The bridge is near Henblas farm, on the minor road running W from the village.
  27. II Pont-y-capel
    The bridge crosses the Afon Medrad at the entrance to the village from the N, approx 500m from the church.
  28. II Potato Store/Root House at Hendre Arddwyfaen
    The potato store or root house stands opposite the W corner of the farmhouse, on the opposite side of the Llanfihangel road.
  29. II Sibieski Wynne Monument in churchyard of the Church of St Catrin
    The monument is in the SE corner of the churchyard.
  30. II Terraced Section of the Holyhead Road, with parapet and retaining wall
    The section of the Holyhead Road, now cut off, is near the hamlet of Dinmael, W of Pen-y-bont farm with Pont Glyn Diffwys at the N end.
  31. II Ty tan-y-ffordd
    The farmhouse is set back and below the road from Maerdy to Ty'n-y-bwlch, approximately 1600m S of Maerdy.

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