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Listed Buildings in Llanystumdwy, Gwynedd

  1. II Betws-bach
    The farmhouse lies on a minor road running N-S parallel and to the W of the B4411 and Rhos-lan, and S of Ynys.
  2. II Beudy-y-gromlech
    The house stands in a field on the E side of the village, close to Rhoslan Cromlech.
  3. II Bont Fechan Photos
    Located on a cut off section of the main A497 Cricieth to Pwllheli road, SE of the village of Llanystumdwy, and formerly carrying the road over the Afon Dwyfor.
  4. II Bron-Eifion Hotel Photos
    The hotel stands in its own grounds, on the E boundary of the community, adjoining Cricieth.
  5. II* Broom Hall
    Broom Hall lies in its own parkland, E of Pwllheli, and on the N side of the Criccieth to Pwllheli Road.
  6. II Caernarfon Gates and Gate Piers to Amgueddfa Lloyd George Photos
    The gate piers and gates stand back from the pavement and immediately W of the museum, opposite Capel Moriah in the centre of Llanystumdwy.
  7. II Capel Siloh Photos
    The chapel is set in the rows of cottages which form the N side of the main street in the village.
  8. II Castell Photos
    The cottage is set back from the road, S of the church and to the E of Ty'n-y-porth.
  9. II* Church of St Cybi Photos
    The parish church stands in its churchyard at the centre of the village.
  10. II* Church of St Garmon Photos
    The church is set in an elevated oval churchyard at the centre of the hamlet.
  11. II Church of St John the Baptist Photos
    The parish church stands conspicuously in its graveyard on the N side of the Afon Dwyfor in the centre of Llanystuymdwy.
  12. II Churchyard Wall and Lychgate to the Church of St John the Baptist Photos
    The churchyard wall separates the encircling road from the oval graveyard on the S; the lychgate provides access to the churchyard from the road on the W side, opposite the tower.
  13. II Cottage and Outbuilding, adjoining Fronheulog Photos
    The short row of cottages stands immediately W of the church and behind Bryn Aber, with the graveyard extension to the rear.
  14. II Cowhouse and Farm Range W of Ty'n-llan Photos
    Ty'n-llan farm is in Llanarmon village, immediately S of the church. The farm buildings lie to the W of the farmhouse.
  15. II Elusendai Price (Bryncastell, Berth-lwyd, Daron, Ty-Newydd and Hen Ysgoldy) Photos
    The almshouses lie 100m E of the church within the nucleated centre of Llangybi.
  16. II Farm Buildings at Bron-Eifion Farm
    Bron-Eifion farm lies immediately N of the large country mansion built by J A Greaves. The cattle accommodation is the most northerly of three groups of farm buildings.
  17. I Ffynnon Cybi and associated works Photos
    The well lies in the narrow valley below the slopes of Garn Bentyrch, and is reached by a footpath from the NE corner of the churchyard, crossing two fields, the second by a causeway.
  18. II Former School in the churchyard of the Church of St Garmon Photos
    The schoolroom is in the E side of the churchyard, set back from and accessed from the encircling road.
  19. II Former Stable at Penarth-fawr Photos
    The building stands to the N of Penarth-fawr, on the sharp bend of the road running N.
  20. II Fronheulog
    Fronheulog is a short row of two cottages immediately SW of the church, behind Bryn Aber and backing on to the graveyard extension.
  21. II Front Walls and Gates to Moriah Methodist Chapel Photos
    The front walls to the grassed forecourt of Capel Moriah are on the S side of the main road through the village.
  22. II Glasfryn Coach House
    The coach-house faces the N side of Glasfryn House across the gravelled courtyard.
  23. II* Glasfryn House
    The house is near the N boundary of the community, and is reached by a long driveway off the road running N of Pencaenewydd towards its junction with the A499.
  24. II* Grave of David Lloyd George Photos
    The grave is on the N side of the road leading E from Pont Llanystumdwy, and on the wooded high bank of the Afon Dwyfor.
  25. II Gwynfryn Lodge Photos
    The lodge stands at the S end of the long drive to Plas Gwynfryn, 500m W of Llanystymdwy village.
  26. II* Highgate Photos
    The house is in a row on the NE side of the main street, E of the bridge.
  27. II House at Penarth-fawr Photos
    Penarth-fawr stands by the minor road running N from the A493 E of Pwllheli to Llanarmon.
  28. II Kitchen Garden Wall and associated structures at Broom Hall
    The kitchen garden lies symmetrically at the back of Broom Hall service wing.
  29. II Lychgate and Churchyard Wall to the Church of St Cybi Photos
    The churchyard surrounds the church in the centre of Llangybi village. The lychgate is at the W end.
  30. II Milestone Photos
    The milestone stands immediately at the W end of the N parapet of the bridge, under a road sign.
  31. II Milestone
    The milestone stands opposite the farm road to Tanllyn, on the old turnpike road from Chwilog to Llanaelhaearn via Pencaenewydd.
  32. II Milestone Photos
    The milestone is on the N side of the Chwilog village street, standing against the wall of a house known as Tegfan.
  33. II* Moriah Methodist Chapel Photos
    The building is located at the centre of the village, set back from and below the road; opposite the Lloyd George Memorial Museum. The lawned churchyard has a low rubble boundary wall to the road.
  34. II No 1, Minafon Photos
    The pair of cottages stands at the W end of the village on the S side of the main road opposite the school.
  35. II No 2, Minafon Photos
    The pair of cottages stands at the W end of the village on the S side of the main road opposite the school.
  36. II Old Tollgate Cottage Photos
    The tollgate cottage was erected c1808 to control access to the Portmadoc to Porthdinllaen road, B4354.
  37. I Penarth-fawr Photos
    The house stands on a minor road running N from the A497, W of Pwllheli towards Llanarmon.
  38. II Piggery and associated structures at Ty'n-llan
    Ty'n-llan farm lies S and across the road from the church at the centre of Llanarmon.
  39. II Plas Gwynfryn
    The house stands in its own parkland N of Llanystumdwy, and is reached from a long driveway from the road running N from the W end of the village.
  40. II* Plas-du Photos
    The farm lies to the S of the village of Pencaenewydd, SW of the former turnpike road to Porthdinllaen.
  41. II Plas-y-nant
    The farmhouse is on the S side of the B4354 through Chwilog, at the E end of the village.
  42. II Pont Ffynnon-gadfa Photos
    The causeway bridge carries the road from Pencaenewydd over the Afon Erch, running to the SW of the village.
  43. II Pont Llanystumdwy Photos
    The bridge carries the main street of the village over the Afon Dwyfor.
  44. II Pont Rhyd-y-benllig Photos
    A road bridge across the Afon Dwyfor, some 7.3km N of Cricieth and S of Rhoslan hamlet.
  45. II Pont Rhyd-y-croesau Photos
    The bridge carries the road running NW from Llanystumdwy across the deep wooded glen of the Afon Dwyfor.
  46. II Pont Ynys Creua Photos
    The causeway bridge carries the minor road from Llangybi to Bryncir over the Afon Wen and adjoining marshland.
  47. II Post Office and attached House Photos
    The building is in a row, adjoining Tafarn Madryn on the W. The attached house adjoins the shop and post office on the W side, part of the row on the S side of the main road through the village.
  48. II Pwllheli Gates and Gate Piers to Amgueddfa Lloyd George Photos
    The Pwllheli gates form the N entrance to the museum grounds from the road running E from Pont Llanystumdwy, and directly opposite the grave of David Lloyd George.
  49. II Tabernacl Photos
    The Tabernacl, also called Capel Bach, lies back from the S side of the street past a row of two cottages set end-on to the road.
  50. II Tafarn Madryn Photos
    The building stands at the end of a row of buildings at the village centre, against the former railway crossing.
  51. II Tai Newyddion Photos
    A row of four cottages alongside the village street, attached to Highgate on the right, and to the village shop on the left.
  52. II Tai Newyddion Photos
    A row of four cottages alongside the village street, attached to Highgate on the right, and to the village shop on the left.
  53. II Tai Newyddion Photos
    A row of four cottages alongside the village street, attached to Highgate on the right, and to the village shop on the left.
  54. II Tai Newyddion Photos
    A row of four cottages alongside the village street, attached to Highgate on the right, and to the village shop on the left.
  55. II Talarfor
    The house lies back from the main Criccieth to Pwllheli road, E of Llanystumdwy.
  56. II Talhenbont
    The house, until recently known as Plas Hen, stands N of Llanystumdwy and is reached by a driveway leading off the road running NE from Chwilog in the direction of Rhoslan.
  57. II The Feathers Inn Photos
    The inn lies at the E end of the village, on the S side of the village street.
  58. II Towered Gatehouse to Broom Hall
    The building stands between the stable yard and Broom Hall.
  59. II Trefan
    Trefan lies along a driveway leading N off the road running E from the bridge in Llanystumdwy, and situated on the scarp overlooking the Afon Dwyfor.
  60. II Ty Canton Photos
    The house stands at the end of a row of houses on the N side of the main street of the village.
  61. II Ty'n Llan Photos
    The house stands behind and on the N side of the Church of St John the Baptist at the centre of the village.
  62. II Ty'n-llan Photos
    The house stands on the S side of the road from Llanystumdwy, opposite the churchyard, with the farm buildings on the W.
  63. II Ty'n-y-porth Photos
    The house lies along the street frontage opposite the church of St Cybi, at the centre of the village.
  64. II Ty-Hir
    The large farmhouse stands end on to the road, and facing S, on the road which runs NE of Llanarmon village in the direction of Rhosgyll.
  65. II* Ty-newydd Photos
    The house is reached from a drive off the road leading W of the village centre, past Lloyd George's grave.
  66. II Vaughan Chest Tomb in the churchyard of the Church of St Garmon
    The chest tomb stands to the S of the nave wall of the church, near the path.
  67. II Walls flanking the W approach to the courtyard of Glasfryn, including Glasfryn-uchaf
    The small converted farm building, now a house, provides the N wall to the W entrance to the walled N courtyard at Glasfryn.
  68. II Ynysgain ganol
    Ynysgain lies between the new by-pass road for Llanystumdwy and the sea, SE of the village. Ynysgain ganol farm lies on a farm road leading to where the Afon Dwyfor enters the sea.
  69. II Ysgol Llanystumdwy Photos
    The school lies at the W end of the village, on the N side of the road.
  70. II Ysgubor Degwm
    Situated approximately 0.5km E of Penarth Fawr and midway between B4354 and A497. A field barn reached along a farm lane.
  71. II Ysgubor-hen
    The house stands on rising ground mid-way between Llanystumdwy and Chwilog, and 400m N of the toll house on the A497 crossroads.

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