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Listed Buildings in Llanllechid, Gwynedd

  1. II Braich-ty-du
    Situated on rough track in isolated position with its fambuidings below the A 5 to the east of the Afon Ogwen; the back wall of the building is cut into a high bank offering protection from the elemen
  2. II* Bridge at the mouth of the Afon Ogwen (partly in Llandygai community)
    Situated at the mouth of the Afon Ogwen where it flows into the sea approximately 120m east of Capel Ogwen; carries the drive from Port Lodge to Capel Ogwen; remains of small stone-paved wharf on east
  3. II Bwthyn Cochwillan
    Located to the north-west of Cochwillan; low rubblestone wall with decorated iron gate centred on porch defines small front garden and links left corner of house with outbuilding projecting to front o
  4. II Capel Bethel
    Situated on eastern side of the A 5 at southern end of Tyn-y-maes; low rubblestone wall to front with slate coping and plain iron railings has slightly recessed entrance with square piers and iron gat
  5. II Capel Bethlehem Photos
    Located at right-angles to road with roughly square-shaped chapel yard on north-east bounded by low rubblestone wall to road with slate slab coping and spear-headed railings; hooped railings and iron
  6. II Cart Shelter and Pigsties at Plas-uchaf
    Situated immediately to the north of the farm cottages at Plas-uchaf; rubblestone wall defines small yard to front (west) of cart shelter and pigsties front onto another yard to east.
  7. II Church of St Llechid Photos
    Located in village in long rectangular churchyard boarded by rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping; entrance to north-east has circular piers and spiked iron gates, from which a long yew avenue l
  8. I Cochwillan Photos
    Situated in low-lying pasture fields at end of short track off the minor road between Bethesda and Tal-y-bont; there is a walled lawned garden area immediately to the front (north) of the house.
  9. II Coed-uchaf
    Set on sharp bend on track running off the west side of the minor road between Bethesda and Tal-y-bont approximately 0.5km north-west of Rachub; slate fencing to south and west boundaries, rubblestone
  10. II Cottage adjoining Crymlyn Cottage
    Located directly on roadside adjoining north end of Crymlyn Cottage.
  11. II Cowhouses/Cart Shelter at Fferm Cochwillan
    Located immediately to north-east of the farmhouse; rear wall faces small paddock divided into 2 parts, the southern boundary of which is the slate fence to the north of Bwthyn Cochwillan.
  12. II Crymlyn Cottage
    Located on the western side of the narrow upland road from Llanllechid near its junction with the minor road from Gilfach to Aber; the cottage is situated directly on the roadside.
  13. II Eglwys St Cross Photos
    Located on minor road junction approximately 0.5km east of Tal-y-bont; set in north-east corner of roughly square-shaped churchyard with several yew trees and low rubblestone wall, entered to north-ea
  14. II Estate Kennels
    Situated in the far north-east corner of Penrhyn Park near Capel Ogwen on drive-way approximately 150m east of the bridge at the mouth of the Afon Ogwen.
  15. II Farmbuildings at Glan-y-mor-isaf
    Located to east of the farmhouse around 2 cobbled yards; large C20 farmbuildings lie directly to the east and north and a large modern farm shed covers the majority of the western yard.
  16. II Farmbuildings at Tai'r-meibion
    Situated on gently rising ground immediately behind the farmhouse at Tai'r-meibion; large grain silo in south-eastern corner of yard with large agricultural shed covering much of western part of yard;
  17. II* Farmbuildings at Ty'n-yr-hendre
    Situated around 4 sides of an excellently preserved cobbled yard below and to the north-west of the former farmhouse at Ty'n-yr-hendre.
  18. II Felin Cochwillan
    Situated on loop of the Afon Ogwen with weir immediately to the north; rubblestone walling with stone-on-edge coping to garden on north side.
  19. II Fferm Cochwillan
    Located between cowhouse/cart shelter range to north-east and pigsties/bothy to north-west; low rubblestone wall with iron gate centred on porch defines small front garden.
  20. II Field Cowhouse
    Situated in isolated position below the A 5 to the east of the Afon Ogwen just off track running south from Braich-ty-du; the cowhouse is set within its own small field system, the boundaries of which
  21. II Glan-y-mor-isaf
    Situated in low-lying pasture fields close to shore near end of track running eastwards from road running from former old Bangor-Conwy road past Aber-Ogwen to join the shore east of the mouth of the A
  22. II Halfway Bridge (partly in Llandygai community)
    Spanning the Afon Ogwen on a sharp bend of the A 5 approximately 2.5km north of Bethesda near the junction with the minor road to Tregarth.
  23. II L-shaped Cowhouse Range at Plas-uchaf
    Located immediately to the east of the cart shelter and pigsties at Plas-uchaf looking onto yard defined by these buildings and rubblestone wall to track.
  24. II Milestone Photos
    Situated on the eastern side of the A 5 approximately 320m south-east of Braich-ty-du; set directly on road partly built into low rubblestone field boundary wall.
  25. II Milestone Photos
    Situated on the eastern side of the A 5 approximately 120m north-west of Pont Pen-y-benglog; set directly on road in low rubblestone field boundary wall.
  26. II Milestone Photos
    Situated close to the track to Plas Penisarnant off the A 5 south of Bethesda; set directly on road abutting rubblestone boundary wall.
  27. II Outbuildings at Cochwillan
    L-shaped range of outbuildings to rear (south) of Cochwillan, south range with cobbling in front of door.
  28. II Outbuildings at Pandy Newydd
    Situated directly to the east of Pandy Newydd.
  29. II Pandy Newydd
    Situated in isolated rural position in wooded grounds reached by a long track running off the east side of the A5 south of Halfway Bridge.
  30. II Pen-y-bryn
    Located at end of short farm track running off the south-west side of the minor road between Llanllechid and Tal-y-bont; low rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping in front of main farmhouse.
  31. II Penrhyn Park boundary wall (partly in Llandygai community)
    Encloses the historic parkland of Penrhyn Castle to form Penrhyn Park.
  32. II Pigsties at Bwthyn Cochwillan
    Situated to the east of Bwthyn Cochwillan on the property boundary with Cochwillan, the back wall of the pigsties being in the front garden of Cochwillan.
  33. II Pigsties at Glan-y-mor-isaf
    Located directly to the north of the farmhouse.
  34. II Pigsties/Pig Kitchen at Fferm Cochwillan
    Located immediately to the north-west of Fferm Cochwillan, the pigsties facing the cowhouse/cart shelter range on the other side of the yard.
  35. II Plas Hwfa
    Situated in undulating pasture field landscape, the farmhouse is reached from the track running southwards off the road between Eglwys St Cross and Tan-y-lon to Tal-y-bont-uchaf, which now continues v
  36. II* Plas Penisarnant
    At the foot of Nant Ffrancon, between the A5 and the river Ogwen, in wooded grounds.
  37. II Plas-uchaf
    Situated with its farmbuildings to south of track running westwards off the minor road between Llanllechid and Abergwyngregyn; the dwellings have a garden to the front and are separated from the field
  38. II Pont Coetmor (partly in Llandygai and Bethesda communities)
    Spanning the Afon Ogwen on the minor road between Tregarth and Rachub with the railway bridge of the disused branch of the London and North-Western Railway also crossing the river a little to the nort
  39. II Pont Ogwen (partly in Llandygai community)
    Spanning the Afon Ogwen immediately to the south-west of the A 5 at the entrance to the Ogwen Bank Caravan Park; carries a track over the river skirting the eastern side of the Penrhyn Slate Quarry.
  40. II Pont Pen-y-benglog Photos
    Situated on the A 5 above the spectacular Pen-y-benglog falls at the narrow west end of Llyn Ogwen.
  41. II Pont Tal-y-bont (partly in Llandygai community)
    Spans the Afon Ogwen on the road between Llanygai and Tal-y-bont; park land of Penrhyn Park to north.
  42. II Pont y Ceunant (partly in Llandygai community) Photos
    Spanning the Afon Ogwen near the point where the minor road through Nant Ffrancon meets the A 5 at Tyn-y-maes.
  43. II Pont y Goetmor
    Situated at NW corner of parish, reached from crossroads of A5 with Tregarth-Rachub road, some 300m towards Tregarth. Partly in Llandegai Community.
  44. II Railway Viaduct (partly in Llandygai community)
    Carrying the Chester to Holyhead main line over the Afon Ogwen and then westwards over the former Tre-felin Saw Mill.
  45. II* Shelter Shed/Pigsties at Ty'n-yr-hendre
    Located in the middle of the cobbled farmyard at Ty'n-yr-hendre.
  46. II Slate Fencing at Bwthyn Cochwillan
    Defines the northern boundary of Bwthyn Cochwillan.
  47. II Small Cowhouse Range at Plas-uchaf
    Set at right-angles to east of L-shaped cowhouse range at Plas-uchaf; fronts onto track.
  48. II Stable at Braich-ty-du
    Situated approximately 4m south-west of the farm cottages at Braich-ty-du.
  49. II Sundial at the Church of St Llechid Photos
    Situated immediately to the south of the south-west corner of the nave of the Church of St Llechid.
  50. II Tai'r-meibion
    Located approximately 450m north-east of Tan-yr-allt Cottages on the south side of the A 55 at the point where it is joined by the old Bangor to Conwy road; garden to west.
  51. II Tal-y-bont Lodge Photos
    Situated on north side of former Bangor-Conwy road at junction with minor road to Tal-y-bont; the lodge forms part of the wall to Penrhyn Park, which is here set back from the road with piers at each
  52. II Tal-y-bont-uchaf and attached farmbuildings
    Situated in undulating pasture field landscape, the farmhouse is reached from the track running southwards off the road between Eglwys St Cross and Tan-y-lon; farmbuildings attached and adjoinining ar
  53. II Tan-y-garth bach
    Set in remote position in upland small-field landcape close to the farmhouse at Tan-y-garth; mountain track runs directly behind cottage, which is sheltered from the west by an irregularly coursed rub
  54. II Tan-y-lon
    Located on the south side of the road a little to the west of the other buildings at Tan-y-lon; modern timber fencing to front gardens on roadside and slate fencing to side boundaries.
  55. II Tan-y-lon
    Located on the north-west side of the road at Tan-y-lon; rubblestone wall to front with slate-on-edge coping and iron pedestrian gates.
  56. II Tan-y-marian
    Located in elevated position on edge of woodland overlooking pasture fields at end of track running off Llanllechid to Tal-y-bont road; rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping separates garden from
  57. II Tan-yr-allt Cottages
    Located on the south-east side of the former Bangor-Conwy road (now superseded by the A 55 running parallel to the north-west) between Tan-y-lon and Tai'r-meibion; remains of low rubblestone wall to f
  58. II Tan-yr-allt Cottages
    Located on the south-east side of the former Bangor-Conwy road (now superseded by the A 55 running parallel to the north-west) between Tan-y-lon and Tai'r-meibion; low rubblestone wall to front with i
  59. II Tan-yr-allt Cottages
    Located on the south-east side of the former Bangor-Conwy road (now superseded by the A 55 running parallel to the north-west) between Tan-y-lon and Tai'r-meibion; remains of low rubblestone wall to f
  60. II Tan-yr-allt Cottages
    Located on the south-east side of the former Bangor-Conwy road (now superseded by the A 55 running parallel to the north-west) between Tan-y-lon and Tai'r-meibion; low rubblestone wall to front with i
  61. II Telephone Call-box Photos
    In the centre of the village at the southern end of a Y-road-junction; set into a corner beside a rubblestone boundary wall.
  62. II Turnpike House Photos
    Located right on road in Tan-y-lon at junction between the old Bangor to Conwy road and the road which runs roughly parallel with it between Tan-y-lon and Eglwys St Cross.
  63. II Ty Ffrancon
    Situated immediately to north of Capel Bethel; low rubblestone wall to front breached by vehicular access.
  64. II Ty'n-yr-hendre
    Located off east side of minor road climbing south-eastwards off the A 55 towards Bronydd Isaf; the former farmhouse is situated on rising ground approximately 70m from the nearest part of the farmbui
  65. II Tyddyn-isaf & Tyddyn-isaf bach
    Located on south side of track running westwards from the minor road between Llanllechid and Tal-y-bont; low rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping in front of both farm and cottage.
  66. II U-shaped Range of Farmbuildings at Tal-y-bont-uchaf
    Situated on the north-east side of the cobbled farmyard at Tal-y-bont uchaf.

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