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Listed Buildings in Llannefydd, Conwy

  1. II Agricultural Range at Bryn Deunydd
    Immediately to the N of Bryn Deunydd farmhouse.
  2. II Agricultural Range at Plas Coch
    Located immediately to the NW of Plas Coch, closing a farmyard on the N side.
  3. II Barn at Llechryd
    Situated to south-west of Llechryd.
  4. II Barn Range at Plas Uchaf
    Located immediately NW of Plas Uchaf.
  5. II* Berain
    At the foot of a low hill near the cross-roads of the lanes leading from Bont Newydd and Henllan to Llannefydd village; set partly behind low rubble forecourt walls with a partly rock-cut and partly c
  6. II Bier-house at the Church of St Nefydd and St Mary
    Located at the NW edge of the churchyard.
  7. II Bod-Ysgawen-Isaf
    Located approximately 1.5km NE of Llannefydd village on a gently-sloping site facing a farmyard; accessed via a farm track leading NE from an unclassified lane running from Bont Newydd to (ultimately)
  8. II Bont Newydd (partly in Cefnmeiriadog community)
    Spanning the river Elwy at the NE boundary of the community.
  9. II Brewhouse and Piggeries at Plas Harri
    Diagonally opposite Plas Harri, facing the lane, and closing the farmyard to the E.
  10. II Brewhouse and Pigsty Range at Berain
    Located immediately to the NE of Berain, at the entrance to the farmyard.
  11. II Bryn Deunydd
    Located approximately 1.5km SE of Llannefydd and 300m NW of Cefn Berain; accessed via a short farm track running NW from Bryn Deunydd chapel.
  12. II Bryn Deunydd Old Chapel
    Located approximately 1.5km SE of Llannefydd and 300m NW of Cefn Berain; on the SE side of the lane.
  13. II Carthouse and Stable Range at Llechryd
    Located approximately 150m SW of Llechryd at the NW end of a farmyard.
  14. II Chapel and Manse at Fynhonnau
    Located on a rise approximately 1.5km W of Llannefydd village and some 300m SE of the Plas Harri crossroads.
  15. I Church of St Nefydd and St Mary
    Prominently-located in the centre of the village within a raised and walled churchyard.
  16. II Former Carthouse at Berain
    Located immediately NE of the main, L-shaped agricultural range at Berain.
  17. II Former Domestic Range at Plas Isaf
    Located within a farmyard approximately 30m NE of Plas Isaf farmhouse.
  18. II Former Stable Block at Plas Uchaf
    Located approximately 60m N of Plas Uchaf on a gently-sloping site with its E gable set into the slope.
  19. II* L-shaped Agricultural Range at Berain
    Located immediately NW of Berain, partly enclosing a large farmyard.
  20. II L-shaped Agricultural Range at Plas Uchaf
    Located immediately to the W of Plas Uchaf.
  21. II L-shaped Barn at Plas Harri
    Located diagonally opposite Plas Harri and enclosing the farmyard to the N.
  22. II Llechryd
    Located on the N side of a minor road running NW from Henllan to Llannefydd, approximately 1.5km from the former; accessed from the road via a farm track.
  23. II Plas Harri
    Located on high ground at a cross-roads approximately 1.5km W of Llannefydd village, its rear overlooking the Aled valley; set back slightly from an unclassified lane behind low rubble forecourt walls
  24. II Plas Isaf
    Located at the NW boundary of the community on the S bank of the Afon Elwy, approximately 0.5km W of Pont Meredydd.
  25. II* Plas Uchaf
    Strikingly-located to the W of, and in the shadow of, the Moel-y-Gaer, approximately 1.5km NW of Llannefydd village; accessed via a farm track running NW from the Llanfair to Llannefydd road, immediat
  26. II Pont Meredydd
    Spanning the river Elwy at the NW boundary of the community and carrying an unclassified road running W from Llannefydd; partly in Llanfair Talhaiarn community.
  27. II Pont-y-ddol (partly in Cefnmeiriadog community)
    Spanning the river Elwy at the north of the community and carring an unclassified road running N in the direction of Cefnmeiriadog.
  28. II Pont-y-Gwyddel (partly in Llanfair Talhaiarn community)
    Spanning the river Elwy at the NW boundary of the community and carrying an unclassified road running W from Llannefydd.
  29. II Pont-yr-Aled (partly in Llanfair Talhaiarn community)
    Spanning the river Aled at the western boundary of the community and carrying an unclassified road running W from Llannefydd to Llanfair Talhaiarn.
  30. II Primary Barn and adjoining Cart Bays to NE of Plas Buckley
    Located approximately 2km E of Llannefydd village, immediately SW of the unclassified road running NW from Henllan via Berain in the direction of the Moel-y-Gaer; accessed via a short track; the barn
  31. II Primary Domestic Range at Llechryd
    Located immediately SE of Llechryd.
  32. II Primary House at Plas Coch
    Located approximately 2km SE of Llannefydd village and some 0.6km SW of Cefn Berain; accessed via a farm track running SE from an unclassified road leading SW from Cefn Berain ultimately to Llansannan
  33. II Stable and Carthouse Range at Plas Harri
    Located immediately NW of Plas Harri, facing the lane.
  34. II Sundial and base at the Church of St Nefydd and St Mary
    Within the churchyard, immediately to the NW of the church.
  35. II Tal-y-Bryn
    Located approximately 1.5km E of Llannefydd village on a prominent site on the cross roads between the unclassified lanes leading to Llannefydd, Henllan and Bont Newydd; set back slightly behind a gar
  36. II Tan-y-Gaer
    Located on the northern slope of the Moel-y-Gaer at the NW edge of the community, approximately 2km NW of Llannefydd village; accessed via a long farm track running N from the road.
  37. II Ty Gwyn
    Located on the western slope of the Fron Fawr, overlooking the Afon valley at the western extremity of the community, some 300m NE of Pont Aled; accessed via a farm track running W from a road leading
  38. II Ty Ucha
    Located on a sloping site some 1.5km N of Llannefydd village and 0.5 km S of Pont-y-Ddol; set back from and above the lane from the former to the latter, to the W.

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