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Listed Buildings in Llanwnda, Gwynedd

  1. II Bethel Chapel and attached cottages [Rhoslwyn and Bethel House)
    Situated by minor road junction at Rhos Isaf, the chapel and cottages have a low rubblestone wall with stone-on-edge coping to the front, the section in front of the chapel lower with slate coping and
  2. II Bodgarad
    Situated in a remote, isolated location among pasture fields at the end of a long farm track running north-eastwards from Rhostryfan; narrow rubble-walled path leads from track to front of farmhouse.
  3. II Bothy and Pigsties at Cefn Rhengwrt
    Situated on western side of farmyard at Cefn Rhengwrt.
  4. II Bothy and Pigsties at Ty-hen
    Situated across track to north-east of farmhouse at Ty-hen.
  5. II Cae Hen
    Remote rural location close to the route of the former Welsh Highland Railway, reached by a track off the no-through road running south-eastwards from Bontnewydd; the farmhouse sits in a garden with l
  6. II Cae'r Gors
    Located on the left side of the road from Rhostryfan to the crossroads in Rhosgadfan, the cottage has a low rubblestone wall to the front and a high rubblestone wall with iron gate to the road.
  7. II Calf-rearing House/Cowhouse at Bodgarad
    Located behind the farmhouse at Bodgarad, forming an L-shaped range of buildings with the cowhouse to the south-west.
  8. II Cefn Rhengwrt
    Situated approximately 1.5km south-east of Saron at the end of a short track off the road between Saron and Llandwrog; the farmhouse stands in a small garden with the farmbuildings immediately to the
  9. II Church of St Gwyndaf
    Located immediately to the west of the line of the former Welsh Highland Railway in an originally oval-shaped churchyard now considerably extended to the north-west; high rubblestone wall on roadside
  10. II Cowhouse at Bodgarad
    Situated behind the farmhouse at Bodgarad, forming an L-shaped range of buildings with the adjoining calf-rearing house to the north-east.
  11. II Cowhouse at Cefn Rhengwrt
    Situated on the northern side of the farmyard at Cefn Rhengwrt.
  12. II Erw
    Situated in a remote, isolated location among pasture fields on the north side of the no-through road/bridleway running south-eastwards from Bontnewydd towards Betws Garmon; drystone rubble-walled enc
  13. II Farmbuildings at Erw
    Located immediately to the south-west of the farmhouse at Erw.
  14. II Glan Gors
    Located approximately 0.5km north-east of Rhosgadfan close to and below the no-through road from Tyn Lwyn to Hafod Owen; rubblestone wall to road with slate path leading to cottage.
  15. II Gorphwysfa
    Situated on the east side of the road between Rhosgadfan and Y Fron, the cottage is set in the rear right corner of a roughly rectangular enclosure with rubblestone walls, lower and topped with spear-
  16. II Hay Barn at Bodgarad
    Situated behind the other farmbuildings to the east of the farmhouse at Bodgarad.
  17. II Hay Barn to east of Ty-hen
    Located on the west side of the A 499 to the west of the main farmstead group at Ty-hen.
  18. II Maengwyn
    Situated on the south-east side of the A 499 approximately 0.5 km south of Llanwnda; set behind a low rubblestone wall with cut slate coping and iron railings with fleur-de-lys finials and urn-capped
  19. II Monument to J W Jones and family
    Situated in the south-east corner of the churhyard to the Church of St Gwyndaf.
  20. II Pen-y-braich
    Situated in an edge-of-moorland location within its own stone-walled small field system at the end of a track running south from Rhosgadfan.
  21. II Pigsties at Bodgarad
    Located slightly away from the other farmbuildings at Bodgarad, close to the farmhouse and on the other side of the track which runs through the farm.
  22. II Pont Faen (partly in Bontnewydd Community)
    Situated on the minor road between Saron and Llanfaglan spanning Afon Gwyrfai approximately 0.5km north of Saron.
  23. II Rhosgadfan House
    Located at the end of a short driveway by sharp bend on the road between Rhosgadfan and Rhostryfan; the cottage has a low rubble wall (mainly drystone) to front.
  24. II Stables and Cart Shelter at Cefn Rhengwrt
    Situated on the southern side of the farmyard at Cefn Rhengwrt.
  25. II Stables, Cart Shelter and Cowhouse Range at Ty-hen
    Situated around farmyard immediately to the east of the farmhouse at Ty-hen.
  26. II Tafarn Hen (The Old Tavern)
    Located on the west side of the A 487 at the junction with the minor road running westwards to the Church of St Gwyndaf; low rubblestone wall to front.
  27. II Tan-y-ffynnon
    Situated on its own by roadside in pasture fields, enclosed by a hedge and rubblestone wall; traditional cottage garden on entrance side and large slate slab path and external privy to rear.
  28. II Tegfan and adjoining cottage to right
    Situated on south-east side of road in Rhosgadfan; rubblestone wall in front to pavement, original stone-on-edge coping mostly replaced with concrete finials and horizontal steel railing; iron gate to
  29. II The Haven
    Situated on the east side of the main village street at Rhos Isaf with a smaller cottage [Ferndale] attached to the north gable end; low brick wall with privet hedge in front.
  30. II Ty-hen
    Situated on rising ground in pasture fields on the west side of the A 499 approximately 0.8km south-east of Llanwnda; the farmyard lies immediately to the east.
  31. II Tyddyn Engan
    Situated in edge-of-moorland location directly adjacent to track leading to Tan Foel Bach; small rubblestone-walled enclosure and slate path to front.
  32. II Tyddyn y Gwydd
    Set in a remote rural location close to the route of the former Welsh Highland Railway, reached by a track to the north of the no-through road running south-eastwards from Bontnewydd.
  33. II Tyddyn-Difyr and associated field walls
    Situated in isolated location above and to the north-east of Rhosgadfan on moorland edge within its own drystone-walled small field system, reached by a rough track from the road.
  34. II Tyn Llwyn
    Situated approximately 0.5km north of Rhosgadfan on its own in pasture fields at the head of the no-through road to Bod Owen; low rubblestone wall in front.
  35. II Tyn Twll
    Situated within its own irregular rubble-walled enclosure on moorland off the track running south-eastwards from Rhosgadfan towards the former Moel Tryfan Quarry.
  36. II Voryd Cottage and attached limekiln
    Set in a remote location on a minor road running along the south-eastern edge of Voryd Bay, a tidal mud estuary fed by Afon Gwyrfai and Afon Carrog.

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