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Listed Buildings in Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd

  1. II Aedicular Niche to the N of the Swimming Pool
    At the foot of the wooded cliff on the N side of the grassed garden area with swimming pool, E of An
  2. II Anchor
    Forming a pair (together with Fountain) of buildings sited in the lower, western part of the village
  3. II Angel Photos
    Opposite the Town Hall, adjoining Neptune.
  4. II Angel Gates (Hercules Gate) Photos
    Opposite the Town Hall entrance.
  5. II Astrolabe Photos
    Immediately to the E of Angel.
  6. II Bandstand and Adjoining Flight of Descending Steps (the Hercules Steps)
    Immediately NW of the Hercules Statue, the flight of steps descending westwards towards Anchor and F
  7. II Battery Photos
    In the centre of Battery Square, between Toll house and Prior's Lodging.
  8. II Borthwen
    Overlooking the Traeth Bach towards the SE boundary of the community, to the E of Castle Yard; acces
  9. II Boston Lodge
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  10. II Bron-y-Garth Hospital Photos
    Prominently sited on the roadside, diagonally opposite the National Park offices.
  11. II C19 Wall Adjoining Bridge House to the E
    On the S side of the road between Bridge House and the Gatehouse, with the Grotto beyond.
  12. II Cae Canol Including Adjoining Garage Block to the NE
    Located to the rear (E) of the Castle Yard at Castell Deudraeth; accessed via a lane running E of, a
  13. II* Campanile (Also Called The Bell Tower) Photos
    Prominently sited on the south-eastern ridge overlooking the village and hotel.
  14. II Castell Deudraeth Photos
    Within its own grounds on the Portmeirion estate, approximately 2km NE of Portmeirion village; acces
  15. II Castellated Garden Walls and Towers at Castell Deudraeth Photos
    Enclosing lawns and terraces to the SW of Castell Deudraeth
  16. II Casual Ward at Bron-y-Garth Hospital Photos
    Immediately to SW of the main hospital building, at right angles to the A487.
  17. II Central Piazza Photos
    In the centre of the village and forming its focus.
  18. II Chantry
    On the NE side of the village on an elevated site overlooking the village centre.
  19. II Chantry Row
    Located between Chantry and the Pantheon.
  20. II Chinese Gateway, Steps and Railings to Anchor, Including Associated Wall with Enclosure to N
    Flanking the metalled lane leading to the hotel on the E.
  21. II Chronometer Sundial
    Half-way down the flight of steps immediately to the NW of Ladies Lodge and Round House.
  22. II Cliff House Including Annex Photos
    At the eastern edge of the village, in front, and to the E of, the Gatehouse.
  23. II Columnar Monument Immediately S of Chantry
    On a rock outcrop immediately to the S of Chantry.
  24. II Corrugated Iron Shelter
    In the Gwyllt, at the end of a path running NW from the small Piazza.
  25. II Crane at S End of Boston Lodge Railway Works
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  26. II Descending Steps From Watch House
    Descending dramatically down the wooded cliff to the shore line.
  27. II Dolphin (Including Royal Dolphin) Photos
    Dramatically-sited on the cliff-top overlooking Fountain, Anchor and the Hotel.
  28. II Dovecote Above Portmeirion Hotel
    On the cliff immediately above and overlooking the hotel.
  29. II Entrance Piers at the Minffordd Approach to Portmeirion
    Set back slightly from the main road at its junction with the access road to Portmeirion.
  30. II Forecourt Walls and Balustrading at Cliff House
    In front of Cliff House and its annex, facing the lane and flanking the short drive to the house; co
  31. II Former Brass Foundry at Boston Lodge Railway Works
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  32. II Former Coachhouse at the Vicarage, Including Associated Garden Walls
    Located immediately to the SW of the vicarage.
  33. II Former Erecting Shop at Boston Lodge
    The railway works known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at south-east end of The Cob, facing Port
  34. II Former Iron Foundry and Smithy at Boston Lodge
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  35. II Former Lodge to Plas Penrhyn
    On the roadside at the start of the lane leading SW up the hill to Plas Penrhyn.
  36. II Former Machine Shop at Boston Lodge
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at south-east end of The Cob, facing Porth
  37. II Former Manager's Office at Boston Lodge Railway Works
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  38. II Former Oil Store at Boston Lodge Railway Works
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  39. II Former Tollhouse (Now Public Telephone Kiosk) Photos
    At the start of the main village road, immediately S of the reception block (Chantry Lodge).
  40. II Former Weigh House at Boston Lodge Railway Works
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  41. II Fountain
    Forming a pair (together with Anchor) of buildings sited in the lower, western part of the village,
  42. II Gloriette Photos
    Facing the Central Piazza to the NE.
  43. II Gorffwysfa Chapel Including Hall Adjoining to the Rear and Railed Forecourt Walls to the Front.
    Set back slightly behind a low walled and railed forecourt.
  44. II Gothick Pavilion Photos
    Facing the Central Piazza on the SE side.
  45. II Government House
    On the cliff-top adjacent to the Campanile.
  46. II Hercules Statue Photos
    Opposite the Town Hall and Hercules Gates, at the top of the Hercules Steps.
  47. II Ladies Lodge (Siop Bach) Photos
    On the northern corner of Battery Square, opposite the Statue of Buddha and adjoining Round House vi
  48. II Locker Room Block at Boston Lodge
    The railway works known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at south-east end of The Cob, facing Port
  49. II Locomotive Shed at Boston Lodge Railway Works
    The railway yard known as Boston Lodge is a large complex at the south-east end of The Cob, facing P
  50. II Mardir Photos
    South of the Church of Holy Trinity on a narrow road to the railway station and overlooking the Dwyr
  51. II Mermaid Photos
    Located in the centre of the village to the W of the Central Piazza.
  52. II Minffordd Station
    At the junction between the Ffestiniog and Cambrian railways, between Penrhyndeudraeth and Minffordd
  53. II Monument Immediately E of Fountain
    Immediately E of Fountain.
  54. II Monument in Battery Square
    In the centre of the square.
  55. II Nazareth Chapel
    Set against the slope of the hill which defines the northern half of the town, located immediately b
  56. II Neo-Jacobean Gateway and Adjoining Walls to the NE of the Central Piazza
    Defining the Central Piazza on the NE side, between the Gloriette and the Bristol Colonnade.
  57. II Neptune Photos
    Opposite the Town Hall, adjoining Angel.
  58. II North Block at Bron-y-Garth Hospital
    Behind, and to the N of, the main hospital building.
  59. II Observatory Tower
    Prominently sited on the shore-line approximately 300m S of Portmeirion Hotel.
  60. II Parish Church of the Holy Trinity Photos
    Set back from the main road within its own rubble-walled churchyard at the southern end of the villa
  61. II Penrhyn Isaf
    Sited in a sheltered hollow at the summit of the hill overlooking the Traeth Mawr and The Cob, towar
  62. II Penrhyndeudraeth Station, Ffestiniog Railway, Including Railed Railway Embankment Adjoining to the N
    Located towards the top of the hillslope which defines the upper part of the town, raised up above t
  63. II* Plas Penrhyn
    Located towards the western boundary of the community on a commanding, elevated site overlooking Por
  64. II Pond, Walls and Steps Immediately E of Trinity
    Occupying the western part of the main central village area, adjacent to the Central Piazza and to t
  65. II Portmeirion Hotel Including Revetment, Balustrade and Sculptures to the Upper Terrace Photos
    Located on the sea front at the southern edge of the village.
  66. I Portmeirion Town Hall Photos
    Facing the Angel and Angel Gates at the western edge of the village group; set against the hill slop
  67. II Prior's Lodging
    Facing Battery Square, adoining Battery.
  68. II Railway Lodge at the Ffestiniog Railway Crossing
    To the N of, and below the village, accessed via a narrow lane bounded by rubble walls. The house is
  69. II Reception (Chantry Lodge) Photos
    The first main building at the entrance of the village; set back slightly to the NW of the village l
  70. II Revetment Wall Immediately N of The Arches, Including Associated Columnar and Urn Monuments
    Adjoining The Arches to the N, facing the main street.
  71. II Rhos House
    On a slightly raised site near the entrance road to Minffordd Quarry near the northern boundary of t
  72. II Rotunda or Grotto
    Set into the hillslope below Cliff House with panoramic views accross the bay; accessed via steps an
  73. II Round House Including Adjoining Arch and Walkway
    Located immediately to the W of Ladies Lodge.
  74. II Salutation Photos
    At the northern edge of the lower village group, behind the Central Piazza.
  75. II Sea-front Terrace Incorporating the Casino and Amis Reunis Photos
    Located immediately below, and to the E of, the terrace in front of the Portmeirion Hotel.
  76. II Statue of Buddha Photos
    Within a Round Aedicular Structure at the foot of the Pantheon.
  77. II Statue of Huntsman
    Immediatedly to the W of Cliff House, on the roadside.
  78. II Statue of Nelson Photos
    Located immediately in front of the Observatory Tower.
  79. II Steps, Piers and Associated Cobbled Pavement Descending From Ladies Lodge to the Hercules Statue Photos
    Bordering the Central Piazza on the S side between Ladies Lodge and the Hercules Statue.
  80. II Stone needle 500m SW of Plas Penrhyn
    In a field on an elevated site some 500m SW of Plas Penrhyn, with commanding views across the Traeth
  81. II Telford's Tower, Including Adjoining Walls and Arches
    Raised up on the northern side of the village, overlooking the Central Piazza.
  82. II The Arches Photos
    On the main street-line, immediately N of the Town Hall.
  83. II The Belvedere, Including Associated Terraces
    Elevated above the main village road on the northern side, between Gatehouse and Bridgehouse.
  84. II The Bridge House Photos
    The second of the gateways into the village; below the Pantheon.
  85. II* The Cob
    The Cob crosses the Traeth Mawr and the mouth of the Afon Glaslyn in Tremadoc Bay estuary and carrie
  86. II* The Colonnade Photos
    Overlooking the Central Piazza to the E.
  87. II The Gate House Photos
    Straddling the road at the main (eastern) approach to the village.
  88. II The Gazebo
    On a commanding site overlooking the village from the Gwyllt, immediately to the E of the medieval m
  89. II The Lighthouse Photos
    At Portmeirion's southernmost point, dramatically sited on the coastline.
  90. II The Pantheon Including Addition to the Rear Photos
    Prominently sited overlooking the village.
  91. II The Piazza, Including Adjoining Playhouse Central Vase Monument
    At the NW corner of the village, next to the Triumphal Arch.
  92. II The Unicorn Photos
    Set back on an elevated sloping site overlooking the Central Piazza on the N side; accessed via gate
  93. II The Vicarage Including Adjoining Service Complex and Gates Photos
    Located within its own grounds a short distance W of the church at the southern edge of the village.
  94. II Toll House (Including Pilot House) Photos
    Occupying the eastern side of Battery Square.
  95. II Toll House at the E End of The Cob (Also Known as The Rebecca Tollgate) Photos
    On the roadside at the end of The Cob at the point where the road curves NW.
  96. II Trinity House Including Adjacent Petrol Pump Photos
    Opposite the Arches in the centre of the village.
  97. II Triumphal Arch Including Adjoining Service Block to the NW Photos
    At the start of the northern (service) access road leading to and from the village, adjoining the sm
  98. II Villa Winch
    On the NE side of the village, behind Chantry.
  99. II Walls and Gateways Edging the Central Piazza to the NW
    Defining the perimeter of the Central Piazza between Trinity and the Gloriette.
  100. II Watch House
    Dramatically sited on the cliff top overlooking the hotel and bay.
  101. II Westminster Abbey Balustrade
    At the northern approach to the village, curving parallel with the rear service lane and facing a la
  102. II White Horses Photos
    Located immediately behind and to the south of the Observation Tower, some 300m S of the Hotel.

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