IIFarm building at Gweinion Gweinion lies at the end of a long farm road leading off the N side of the A458, near the roundabout junction with the A470.
IIFarm building at Troed-y-rhiw Treod y-rhiw is against the road leading NE through the upper Dyfi valley. The farm building is adjacent and at right angles to the lower gable end of the farmhouse, across the steep slope of the val
IIFarm building at Wern-gau Wern-gau farm lies on the left bank of the upper Dyfi, above Llanymawddwy. The farm building stands across the farm access road, approximately 30m S of the S gable end of the house.
IIFarm Building to rear of Gesail Towards the head of Cwm Cywarch, on the west side of the valley , northwest of the common beyond Capel Bethlehem. The farm range is immediately behind and up-slope of the house.
IIFfridd The small dwelling is uphill sited on the S flank of Foel-y-fridd, some 80m above the valley bottom road along the Afon Angell.
IIField barn below Ffridd The barn and farm building nestles in a hollow in the steep slope rising to Foel-y-ffridd, below the small farmhouse known as Ffridd.
IIFron-dirion The small farm stands on the steep slope of Foel Benddin, above Dolobran, and is reached by trackways leading up from the old road parallel and above the main road.
IISarn-newydd The building stands on the E side of the road running NW-SE through Cwm Cywarch.
IITan-y-bwlch Farmhouse The farm lies on a level platform in the valley bottom directly E of Dinas Mawddwy, and is reached by a long drive along the E side of the river from its junction with the main A470 at Minllyn.
IITan-y-graean The two cottages, Tan-y-graean and the adjoining cottage to the N are situated above and on the E side of the main road through the valley, opposite Ty-isaf, south of the centre of Llanymawddwy.
IITrigfan On the E side of the road through Minllyn to Ysgol Gynradd Dinas Mawddwy.
IITroed-y-rhiw The farm lies within the Dyfi valley, NE of Dinas Mawddwy, beside the road running along the SW side of the valley.
IITy Gwyn The row of cottages, Nos 1 - 6, form a terrace on the W side of the road leading to Ysgol Gynradd Dinas Mawddwy.
IITy'n y Twll The house stands in a slightly elevated position near the head of the Cwm Cywarch, facing over to the W.
IITy'n-y-ddol The house stands by the main valley road, just N of Pont y Pennant, and opposite the turn to Cerddin farm.
IITy'n-y-ffordd The cottage lies alongside the main road through the valley on the right bank of the Afon Dyfi, approximately 1200m from the Aber Cywarth road junction.
IITy-isaf The building fronts the main N-S road through the valley on the E side, just S of the village centre of Llanymawddwy.
IITy-uchaf The house stands just beyond the SW side of the churchyard, fronting the main road running along the NW side of the Dyfi valley.
IITydecho On the E side of the road through Minllyn to Ysgol Gynradd Dinas Mawddwy.
IIWern-gau The farm is located on the SE side of the upper Dyfi valley, and is reached by a trackway from Pont-y-pumryd on the main valley road N of Llanymawddwy.
IIY Rheithordy The rectory stands S of the church, approached by a curved driveway off the A470.
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