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Listed Buildings in Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd

  1. II ,1,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line in the centre of the village.
  2. II ,2,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  3. II ,3,Church St,Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7UA
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  4. II ,3,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line in the centre of the village.
  5. II ,4,Church St,Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7UA
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  6. II ,4,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  7. II ,5,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line in the centre of the village.
  8. II ,6,Church St,Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7UA
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  9. II ,7,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line in the centre of the village.
  10. II ,8,Station Road (Ty'n Ddol),Llanuwchllyn,Bala,,LL23 7TL
    On the street-line in the centre of the village.
  11. II 1-6 Glanlliw, including associated coal stores to E and W
    Located at the eastern approach of the hamlet of Dolhendre, on the S side of the lane running eastwards to join the trunk road immediatey N of Llanuwchllyn village.
  12. II Brewhouse and Pigsties at Caer Gai
    Set back a short distance to the S of Caer Gai.
  13. II* Caer Gai, including adjoining forecourt walls to the NE
    Located approximately 2km N of Llanuwchllyn village within the site of the Roman fort; accessed via a track running N from the main road.
  14. II* Capel Ainon
    Located approximately 1km SW of Llanuwchllyn village, set back slightly from the road within its own low-walled graveyard.
  15. II Enlli
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  16. II Farm buildings at Glanllyn Farm
    Close to the west bank of the lake, SW of Pont y Lafar.
  17. II Former Lodge to Glanllyn
    Located at the north-eastern boundary of the community, set back from the main road slightly at the entrance to the former drive to Glanllyn.
  18. II Glanyrafon
    Located S of the viver on the edge of the hamlet of Dolhendre in the shadow of Castell Garndochan; set back from the lane which skirts the latter to the N.
  19. II Grave of O.M. Edwards
    Located in the cemetery, on the NE side of the road in the centre of the village.
  20. II* Gwyndy
    Set within its own grounds within the village, not far from the station.
  21. II Hen Dy'r Ysgol
    Prominently sited at right angles to the road to the NW end of the village facing towards the junction with the A494. Village pump to the front.
  22. II Hen Gapel, including walls and railings to forecourt
    To the N of minor road from A 494 (near Llanuwchllyn) to Dolhendre, about 600m from junction with A 494.
  23. II Ivy House
    On the street-line in the centre of the village.
  24. II Lychgate at the Parish Church of St Deiniol, including walls and railings to churchyard
    At the entrance to the churchyard.
  25. II* Neuadd Wen
    Set within its own grounds within the village, not far from the station.
  26. II O.M.Edwards Memorial Gateway
    Entrance to cemetery (Mynwent y Pandy) on the NE side of the road in the centre of the village.
  27. II Pant-y-Ceubren
    Located at the eastern edge of the community approximately 1km E of the centre of the village; accessed via a farm track running E from the road. The house is raised up and set back slightly behind a
  28. II* Parish Church of St Deiniol Photos
    Within its own raised and walled churchyard in the centre of the village.
  29. II Plas Deon
    Set back from the road within its own grounds, immediately to the W of Capel Glanaber.
  30. II Pont Afon Fechan
    Spanning a stream which joins the Afon Twrch, and carrying the Cwm Cynllyd road SE from Llanuwchllyn.
  31. II Pont Gweirglodd Gilfach
    Located approximately 200m S of the eponymous farm and spanning the Afon Groes.
  32. II Pont Lliw
    Spanning the Afon Dyfrdwy at the north-western approach to the village and carrying the main road.
  33. II Pont Ty Nant
    Spanning the Nant Bwlch-y-Pawl a short distance to the W of Ty Nant farm in the Cwm Cynllwyd; carrying the Cwm Cynllyd road.
  34. II Pont-y-Pandy
    Spanning the Afon Twrch at the SE end of the village.
  35. II Prys Mawr
    Located approximately 0.5km W of Llanuwchllyn village, set back from the road and surrounded by mature trees; accessed via a track running W from the road.
  36. II Rhydloew
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  37. II Rhydybod
    Located at the northern end of the Cwm Cynllwyd, a short distance to the NW of Talardd; set back slightly below the road on the SW side.
  38. II The Village Pump Photos
    Set back from the road to the L on entering the village; raised up slightly on a square plinth of limestone setts.
  39. II Trem Wawr
    On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
  40. II Ty'n y Ffridd
    To S of village about 500m S of railway line, on W side of Afon Twrch; due E of Garth-Isaf
  41. II Ty'r Hen Gapel
    To N of minor road from A 494 (near Llanuwchllyn) to Dolhendre, about 600m from junction with A 494. Attached to L (W) of chapel and set back behind slab-coped rubble forecourt walls.
  42. II Werglodd Wen
    Located near the NW boundary of the community, approximately 500m SE of Caer Gai Roman camp and 1km N of Llanuwchllyn village; accessed from the main road via a lane running N.

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