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Listed Buildings in Llysfaen, Conwy

  1. II Church House
    Prominently-sited opposite the parish church at the cross-roads in the centre of the village; set behind low rubble walls.
  2. II Old Telegraph House
    Located in a commanding position on the highest point of the Mynydd Marian, with spectacular views of the bay to the N and the uplands to the rear accessed via a long unmetalled track running W from B
  3. II* Parish Church of St. Cynfran
    Prominently sited in the centre of Llysfaen village at the main cross-roads; located on a commanding site within a circular, rubble-walled graveyard.
  4. II Sundial at St. Cynfran's Church
    Immediately S of the church, within the rubble-walled churchyard.
  5. II Telephone Call-box in forecourt of Post Office Building (01492 517471)
    Set back to right of Post Office overlooking Church House, the Rectory and St Cynfran's Church in open ground to N.
  6. II Ty Mawr
    Located on an elevated, sloping site facing the sea approximately 1.5 km W of the village centre; accessed via an unmetalled track running W from the lane and set at the southern side of a former farm

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