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Listed Buildings in Llanycil, Gwynedd

  1. II Abercelyn
    Set back from the road within its own grounds, opposite the church and church yard.
  2. II Barn at Rafel
    Sited immediately in front of, at at right-angles to, Rafel (to the NE).
  3. II Barn opposite St Beuno's Parish Church Photos
    Prominently-sited on the roadside.
  4. II Bryn Tegid
    Located on a raised plateau overlooking Bala lake at the SW edge of Llanycil village; at the end of a lane running SW from the Llanycil - Parc road immediately past Llanycil Cottage.
  5. II Cyffdy
    Located on an elevated site approximately 1km NE of Pont Llwyn-Hir; accessed from the Parc to Llanycil road via a track leading off to the NW.
  6. II Cynthog-Isaf
    Set back slightly on a bend on the E side of the road running due N from Parc towards Rhyd-Uchaf; set into a gentle slope.
  7. II Gwernhefin including Quadrangular Agricultural Complex adjoining to N
    Located at the south-eastern boundary of the community set back from the Roman road; accessed via its own farm lane leading NW from the main road near Pont-y-Lafar.
  8. II Llanycil Cottage Photos
    Facing NE on a triangular site at the junction between the main road, along the shore of Bala Lake, and the by-road to Parc; set back behind a rubble walled forecourt.
  9. II Llidiardau Chapel including adjoining Ty Capel
    On the roadside in the centre of the village.
  10. II Nant-y-Meirch Cottage and attached Agricultural Range
    Located uphill from, and NE of Plas Moel-y-Garnedd, and sited across the slope; faces NW. Plas Moel-y-Garnedd is set in its own landscaped grounds above Bala Lake; reached up long drive, 1km from Lla
  11. II Pair of former Quarry Workers' Cottages
    On the roadside, in the hamlet of Arenig.
  12. II Pant Llwyni
    On rough ground on the slopes of Arenig Fawr, north of the A4212 above Afon Tryweryn, immediately west of the western end of Llyn Celyn.
  13. II Parish Church of St Beuno including two C17 Chest Tombs adjoining at the SW Corner Photos
    Set within its own walled churchyard on the banks of Bala lake, immediately to the SE of the main road.
  14. II Plas Moel-y-Garnedd
    Set in its own extensive, landscaped grounds above Bala Lake, approximately 1km from Llanycil; accessed via a long drive running NW from the main road (A 494).
  15. II Pont Llwyn-Hir (aka Pont-y-Cyffdy)
    Spanning the Afon Isaf approximately 1km E of Parc; carrying the road from Lanycil to Parc.
  16. II Pont Rhyd-y-Fen
    Spanning the Afon Tryweryn to the west of the Llyn Celyn; carrying a lane running SE from the main road towards Llidiardau.
  17. II Pont y Porthmyn
    Spanning a stream some 30m N of the road, and some 50m E of Pont Tai Hirion.
  18. II Pont-y-Parc
    Spanning the Afon Llafar in the centre of the village.
  19. II Rafel
    Located approximately 1.2km E of Parc; accessed via a short track running S from the road running from Parc to Llanycil.
  20. II School Room at Llidiardau including adjoining wall to W
    On the road side in the centre of the small village, immediately W of the chapel, bound on 3 sides by the cemetery.
  21. II Stables and Coach house at Plas Moel-y-Garnedd
    Located uphill from, and to the NE of Plas Moel-y-Garnedd; sited across the slope, facing NW. Plas Moel-y-Garnedd is set in its own landscaped grounds above Bala Lake; reached up long drive, 1km from
  22. II Tal-y-Bont Chapel including forecourt walls and railings Photos
    On the corner of the road junction in the centre of the village.
  23. II Ty Capel and School Room at Tal-y-Bont Chapel
    Adjacent to Tal-y-Bont chapel in the centre of the village.

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