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Listed Buildings in Pennal, Gwynedd

  1. II Addoldy MC Pennal, including front yard and railings (Methodist Chapel)
    The chapel stands to the N of the church, in the centre of the village, and on a minor road to Pennal Isaf.
  2. II Barn Range at Gogarth Hall
    Gogarth Hall lies above the A493, off the road to Aberdovey. The barn range is uphill sited, forming the NE side of the earlier farmyard at the rear of the house.
  3. II Capel Annibynwyr Carmel, including front railed forecourt
    The chapel stands in the centre of Pennal, facing W, N of the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel.
  4. II* Cefn-caer
    The farmhouse is located c400m SE opf the village, in an elevated position on the NW side of the defences of the Roman fort. The farmyard lies further to the SW of the house.
  5. II Church of St Peter ad Vincula
    The parish church stands at the centre of the village, within an oval walled churchyard.
  6. II Cwmffernol
    The farmstead is located in a narrow steep valley of the Nant Cwm-fernol running N from the Pennal-Cwm Maethlon road to Tywyn.
  7. II Dolgelynen, including front garden walls
    The house is prominently sited on a bank, immediately overlooking the estuary of the River Dovey, with its farm buildings to the W. It is reached by a low level farm road leading off the A493 approxi
  8. II Esgair Weddan
    The farmhouse lies approximately 500m N of Cwrt, and is reached by a farm road off the main A493 300m W of Pennal.
  9. II Farm Range at Penrhyn-dyfi
    The range of farm buildings lies immediately W of the main house, and provides a wall to the front garden on this side.
  10. II Gelli Graean
    Located above Nant Cwm-ffernol, approx 5km W of the hamlet of Cwrt and reached by a farm road from the Cwm Maethlon road.
  11. II Gelligan-fawr
    The house stands on high land, approached by a long farm road leading off the A487 Machynlleth to Corris road and running along the Nant Carfan.
  12. II Gogarth Hall
    The farmhouse is raised on a bank above the main Machynlleth to Aberdovey road, facing SE over the floodlands of the Dovey.
  13. II Gwerniago
    The house lies below the minor road from the A493, running S towards Llugwy Hall, and returning to Pennal village.
  14. II Llugwy Hall
    The house, formerly known simply as Llugwy, stands on the right bank of the River Dovey, approximately 1400m SE of Pennal village.
  15. II Llugwy Lodge
    The lodge stands behind the gatepiers and on the S side of the driveway to Llugwy Hall.
  16. II Milepost
    The milespost stands in the S verge of the main road, on the hilltop nearly opposite Tan-y-graig.
  17. II Milestone Photos
    The milestone is set back in the bank of the garden retaining wall of Penrhyn-Dyfi.
  18. II Milestone Photos
    The milestone is set in the verge of the road, as it climbs the bank running W from the turn to Dolygelynen farm.
  19. II Outbuilding at Cefn-caer
    The outbuilding stands to the S of the front elevation of the house, across the driveway.
  20. II Pant Lludw
    The house stands back in its own landscaped grounds in a secluded valley, c1200m W of Pont-ar-ddyfi, and is approached by a driveway from the W.
  21. II Penrhyn-Dyfi
    The house stands prominently on a bank overlooking the road and the estuary of the Dovey, approximately 450m W of the Pont-ar-ddyfi.
  22. II Pigsty Range at Penrhyn-dyfi
    The pigsty range is set at right angles at the N end of the long cowhouse range, NW of the house.
  23. II Plas Talgarth
    The house is set in an elevated position SW of Pennal village, overlooking the Dyffryn Dyfi, and now forms the centrepiece of a small residential estate.
  24. II Pont Pennal
    The bridge is in the centre of the village, carrying the main road from Machynlleth to Aberdovey over the Afon Pennal
  25. II Rhos-farch
    The farmhouse is located in undulating country, 1km NW of the centre of the village, and is reached from a farm road off the minor road to Pennal-isaf.
  26. II Riverside Hotel
    The hotel is located in the centre of the village, facing E over the churchyard.
  27. II Telephone Call-box
    The GPO box stands against the churchyard wall, opposite the Riverside Hotel, in the centre of the village.
  28. II Tithe Barn Cottages
    The row of cottages lines the main road, W of the centre of the village, and overlooking the churchyard. No 1 is at the E end, on the corner of the road to Y Gaer.
  29. II Tithe Barn Cottages
    The row of cottages lines the main road E of the centre of the village, overlooking the churchyard.
  30. II Tithe Barn Cottages
    The row of cottages lines the main road E of the centre of the village, overlooking the churchyard.
  31. II Ty-bont, with Post Office and General Stores
    The building stands on the W bank of the river by the bridge, and on the S side of the main Machynlleth to Aberdovey road, at the centre of Pennal.
  32. II Y Bwthyn, Tithe Barn Cottages
    The row of cottages lines the main road E of the centre of the village, overlooking the churchyard.

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