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Listed Buildings in Llanrug, Gwynedd

  1. II Boundary wall, gateways & turrets at Bryn Bras Castle
    On the north-east side of the Llanrug-Llanberis 'Mountain' road, the boundary wall runs alongside the castle gardens and continues north-westwards underneath and past the arch-way linking the 2 parts
  2. II Boundary wall, screen and gateway, SW side of Llanrug-Llanberis 'Mountain' Road at Bryn Bras Castle
    Boundary wall running from the entrance to Bryn Teg Caravan Park, past Fernlea and Nos.1-3 The Turrets, where it forms a turreted screen and gateway, continuing underneath the road arch-way and ending
  3. II Bridge over Afon Seiont (partly in Llanddeiniolen Community)
    Located approximately 1km north of Llanrug on the minor road to Bethel at the point where it crosses the Afon Seiont.
  4. II* Bryn Bras Castle
    The castle occupies a triangular site at the junction of the road between Cwm-y-glo and Llanrug and the mountain route from Llanrug to Llanberis; the drive and parking area on the north represent the
  5. II Cae'r-maen
    Between Llanrug and Ceunant; on north-west side of track off lane which leads to Pant Afon.
  6. II Capel Tan-y-coed
    Located on the east side of the road between Llanrug and Ceunant immediately to the north-east of the former Post Office; low rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping to roadside; square piers, spea
  7. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    Situated on its own in originally rectangular churchyard, now extended to north-east and south-east, on track between Bryn-llan and Plas Tirion approximately 0.75km south-west of Llanrug.
  8. II Churchyard wall, railings and memorial enclosure at Church of St Michael
    Churchyard wall and railings defining the extent of the original churchyard on the north, south and west sides; railed memorial enclosure in angle with lych-gate.
  9. II Direction indicator
    Located on the south side of the A4086 at Pont-rug at its junction with the road to Caeathro; the direction indicator is set in a rubblestone boundary wall.
  10. II Farmbuildings and screen wall at Llwyn Coed
    Situated in their own yard a little to the north-west of the farmhouse at Llwyn Coed.
  11. II Former Post Office & Nos 1-3 Maes Gerddi
    Located on the east side of the road between Llanrug and Ceunant immediately to the south-west of the chapel and Sunday School at Tan-y-coed; the cottages behind a low stone wall with railings, the po
  12. II Gladiator statue (north) at Bryn Bras Castle
    One of a pair of statues standing on a small lawned area in the garden to the east of Bryn Bras Castle.
  13. II Gladiator statue (south) at Bryn Bras Castle
    One of a pair of statues standing on a small lawned area in the garden to the east of Bryn Bras Castle.
  14. II Glan Seiont
    Located on the edge of pasture fields at the end of a track off the A 4086 approximately 1.2 km north-west of Llanrug; the building is situated about 300m south-west of the point where the former Caer
  15. II Hafod Gethin (Plas Gwyn)
    Located immediately to the south of Plas Gwyn.
  16. II Hafod-rhug-isaf
    Located at the end of a farm track off the minor road running south-westwards from Llanrug to join the A 4085 between Caeathro and Waunfawr; the house has roofless outbuildings attached to both ends.
  17. II Llwyn Coed
    Situated at the end of a farm track off the A 4086 in level fields with wooded rising ground behind.
  18. II Lych-gate at Church of St Michael
    Lych-gate located immediately to the north-west of the Church of St Michael in the north-west corner of the churchyard.
  19. II Observatory at Bryn Bras Castle
    Located on rising ground in the 'Woodland Garden' to the east of Bryn Bras Castle.
  20. II Pan figure and pool in walled 'knot' garden at Bryn Bras Castle
    Located in the walled 'knot' garden near its southern side.
  21. II Pant Afon
    Located off the east side of the minor road running south-westwards from Llanrug to join the A 4085 between Caeathro and Waunfawr; Llyn Pant Afon lies approximately 50m to the south-east of the house.
  22. II Pant-y-Celyn
    Located on the east side of the main village street at Cwm-y-glo towards its northern end; low rubblestone wall in front with stone-on-edge coping and decorated iron gate aligned on front door.
  23. II Pen Rallt
    Located at the end of a track running downslope from the minor road between Cwm-y-glo and Bryn Bras Castle.
  24. II Plas Bach
    Located on the road between Caeathro and Pont-rug at the former north-eastern entrance to Glan Gwna Hall; iron gates with fluted iron gate posts stand at the entrance to the former driveway.
  25. II Plas Gwyn
    Located in pasture fields at the end of a track on the south side of the A 4086 approximately 1km west of Llanrug.
  26. II Plas Tirion
    Located towards the end of a track running south-westwards past the Church of St Michael towards Plastirion Farm; a pool and various ruined outbuildings stand immediately north of the house.
  27. II Pont-Rhythallt
    Located on the minor road between Llanrug and Penisa'r Waun, where it crosses the Afon Rhythallt.
  28. II Pont-rug
    Located on the A 4086 between Caernarfon and Llanrug at the point where it crosses the Afon Seiont.
  29. II Prysgol
    Located at the end of a long farm track reached off the minor road running south-westwards from Llanrug to join the A 4085 between Caeathro and Waunfawr; the farmhouse is situated to the south of the
  30. II Seiont Manor (also known as Llwyn y Brain)
    Located off the driveway leading to Seiont Manor Country House Hotel on the north side of the A 4086 approximately 0.7km north-west of Llanrug; the house occupies a raised site with lawned grounds to
  31. II Stables at Plas Tirion
    Situated on the north-east side of the yard on the other side of the track to the east of the house at Plas Tirion.
  32. II Stables/coach house at Plas Tirion
    Situated on the south-west side of the yard on the other side of the track to the east of the house at Plas Tirion.
  33. II Summer house at Bryn Bras Castle
    Located immediately adjacent to the walled 'knot' garden on the east.
  34. II Sunday School/Vestry at Capel Tan-y-coed
    Located directly to the south-west of the chapel with gable end to road, in the same low rubble-walled enclosure, returning at right-angles to follow track running off road; rough square piers with de
  35. II Walled 'knot' garden at Bryn Bras Castle
    Located immediately adjoining the summer house on slightly rising ground with the 'Woodland Garden' behind to the east of Bryn Bras Castle.
  36. II Walled garden at Plas Tirion
    Situated to south-east of house on other side of track.

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