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Listed Buildings in Pentrefoelas, Conwy

  1. II ,2,Nebo Road,Pentrefoelas,Pentrefoelas,,LL24 0HU
    The two cottages are at the lower end of Nebo Road, by the junction with the Holyhead Road.
  2. II Animal house and attached yard at Plas Iolyn
    The farm building lies immediately NW and in line with the wash-house and outbuilding at Plas Iolyn, adjacent to the house, and below the Great Barn.
  3. II Bank House Photos
    The two cottages are at the lower end of Nebo Road, by the junction with the Holyhead Road.
  4. II Barn at Gilar
    Gilar lies at the end of a farm road, S of Rhydlydan. The barn is attached to the W end of the house, and encloses the N courtyard on the W.
  5. II Barn at Gilar
    The barn stands on the E side of the farmyard, which lies on the E side of the N courtyard of the house.
  6. II Barn at Plas Iolyn
    The building faces the farmhouse on the N side of the main yard of the farm.
  7. II Bethel Addoldy yr Annibynwyr including Ty-capel, Schoolroom and associated teacher's house Photos
    The group of attached buildings is set on a T-junction on the road from Rhydlydan to Pentrefoelas, approximately 600m W of Rhydlydan.
  8. II Bridge SE of Maes-gwyn farm
    The bridge carries the Nebo Road over the Afon Cadnant, approximately 100m SE of Maes-gwyn farm.
  9. II Bronallt Photos
    The row of estate cottages form a block fronting the Nebo Road on the E side climbing towards the church, and continuing the line established by Nos 1 and 2.
  10. II Bryn-heilyn
    Bryn-Heilyn is located 650m down a farm road which branches off the Cwm Llwm Road NE of Rhydlydan. It is set on a sloping site, with stable opposite and farm yard to the E.
  11. II Carriage house at Voelas
    The carriage house forms the S side of the service courtyard, E of the house, and backs on to the walled garden.
  12. II Cartshed at Gallt-y-celyn
    The farm stands above the road near the W boundary of the community. The carthouse stands to the W of the farmyard, opening towards the house.
  13. II Castell Photos
    The house was originally one of a group of 3 on a low stony plateau bounded on the N by the Afon Merddwr, and is reached by a trackway from opposite Capel Bethel Rhydlydan.
  14. II Causeway with two bridges at Pont Newydd (partly in Ysbyty Ifan community)
    The causeway runs S from a junction with the Holyhead Road, W of Pentrefoelas, carrying a minor road over the Afon Merddwr to farms on the S side of the valley.
  15. II Cernioge Farmhouse (Cerniogau-mawr)
    The farmhouse lies near the village of Glasfryn, at the E edge of the community, and is set back at an angle to the road, with its farm buildings set apart to the W.
  16. II Chapel at Hafod
    The chapel is set at a remote crossroads on the edge of open moorland 2.75km from the junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
  17. II Cowhouse and carthouse at Maes-gwyn
    The building is the more easterly of two parallel farm ranges at right angles to the road, opposite Maes-gwyn.
  18. II Cowhouse at Maes-gwyn
    The main cowhouse is the more westerly of two parallel farm ranges at right angles to the road, opposite Maes-gwyn.
  19. II Dolywen Photos
    The row of estate cottages form a block fronting the Nebo Road on the E side climbing towards the church, and continuing the line established by Nos 1 and 2.
  20. II Driveway bridge at Voelas (partly in Bro Garmon community)
    The drive to Voelas crosses a bridge over the Nant-y-coed running N-S and forming the community boundary with Bro Garmon immediately to W of the house.
  21. II Farm building at Maes-gwyn
    The farm building flanks, on the N side, the yard between the road and the house.
  22. II Farm building at Plas Iolyn
    The building forms the W side of the main yard in front of the house, and at its southern end links to the Great Barn.
  23. II Foelas Arms Hotel Photos
    The hotel stands in the NW quadrant of the crossroads at the centre of Foelas, and extending at the side along the B5113 Nebo Road.
  24. II Former farmhouse at Penrhyn
    Penrhyn lies 600m S of Rhydlydan, and is accessed by a farm road leading off the road to Bala.
  25. II Gallt-y-celyn
    The farm stands above the road, SW of Aber-pwll crossroads S of Pentrefoelas.
  26. II Garden walls, terraces, potting shed and peach house at Voelas
    The kitchen garden at Voelas lies E of the house and outbuildings on land sloping gently to the Afon Conwy. The peach-house is against the the N wall.
  27. II* Gatehouse at Gilar, with attached courtyard walls
    Gilar lies to the S of Rhydlydan, approached by a farm road. The gatehouse is on the N side of the front walled court, with an axial path leading directly to the porch of the E house.
  28. II* Gilar
    The group of buildings at Gilar lies apart, to the S of the hamlet of Rhydlydan, and is reached by a minor farm road.
  29. II Glanrafon
    The building lies immediately W of the chapel on the farm road to Hafodty Hafod Dre.
  30. II Great Barn at Plas Iolyn (also known as Esgubor Ddegwm)
    The great barn and attached tower are set in an elevated position SW of the house.
  31. II Hendre-Brys, with attached farm buildings
    The farm lies 550m SW of Rhydlydan, near the farm road to Plas Iolyn, and is reached by a farm track off the road running S.
  32. II Holyhead Road Bridge at Bron-cadnant
    The bridge is 500m E of Pont Hendre-isaf, on the Holyhead Road, W of Pentrefoelas.
  33. II L-shaped farm ranges at Gallt-y-celyn
    The farm stands at the W edge of the community, above the minor road to Ysbyty Ifan. The farm buildings define the farmyard W of the house on the S and W sides.
  34. II L-shaped range of farmyard buildings at Nant-y-creau
    The farm stands immediately N of the junction of the Denbigh Road with the A5 Holyhead Road.
  35. II Laundry, stable and bothy at Voelas
    The building containing the laundry, garage, stable and bothy is set transversely at the E end of the terrace across the main S front of the house.
  36. II Maes-gwyn
    The farmhouse stands parallel to the road, closing a forecourt.
  37. II Melin Voelas Photos
    Pentrefoelas mill stands at the E end of the village, approximately 100m from the crossroads, placed gable to the road.
  38. II Mill House Photos
    The row of estate cottages form a block fronting the Nebo Road on the E side climbing towards the church, and continuing the line established by Nos 1 and 2.
  39. II Nant-y-creau
    Nant-y-creau farm is situated immediately N of the junction of the Denbigh Road with the A5 Holyhead Road. The farmhouse lies immediately W of the farmyard, set back behind a front garden.
  40. II Nest boxes and bee boles at Maes Merddyn
    Maes Merddyn farm lies on moorland in the NW part of the community, and is reached by a farm road off the Nebo Road N of Pentrefoelas.
  41. II Outbuilding at Maes-gwyn
    The building is at right angles to the road, and encloses the front yard of the farmhouse on the SE side.
  42. II Outbuilding at Plas Iolyn
    The building stands apart, E of the house, on sloping ground, now the garden, and near the approach drive.
  43. II Parish Church Photos
    The church stands on the E side of the road at the top of the rise from its junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
  44. II Plas Iolyn
    The farm lies in the S part of the community, and is reached by a farm road running S from Rhydlydan.
  45. II Pont Hendre-isaf (partly in Ysbyty Ifan)
    The bridge carries the road over the Afon Conwy on the W edge of the community, spanning the boundary with Ysbyty Ifan.
  46. II Pont Pentre'r foelas Photos
    The bridge, which adjoins the A5 Holyhead Road in the village centre, carries the minor road to Rhydlydan along the S side of the valley.
  47. II Pont Rhydlydan Photos
    The bridge is in the middle of the hamlet of Rhydlydan, carrying the S road to Pentrefoelas over the Afon Merddwr.
  48. II Pont Twllaran Photos
    The bridge adjoins the A5 Holyhead Road immediately N of the hamlet of Rhydlydan and carries the minor road to Cwm Llwm.
  49. II Pont-yr-odyn Photos
    The bridge occurs in Pentrefoelas village at the bend at the top of the main street, rising from its junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
  50. II Range of buildings at Nant-y-creau
    The range runs N-S, enclosing the farmyard on the E side, and separated from the other farm buildings by a driftway leading out to the N.
  51. II Stable Building at Bryn-heilyn
    The farm lies along a farm track between the Cwm Llwm Road N of Rhydlydan and Cwrt-y-llyn. The stable faces the farmhouse across the road.
  52. II Stable building at Cernioge
    The building lies opposite Cernioge farm, and is set at an angle to the Holyhead Road, at the start of a farm road to Cwrt-y-llyn.
  53. II Summer House at Voelas
    The summer house is built in with the wall between the house and the stable yard, approximately 20m from the house.
  54. II Telephone Call-box at Hafod
    Hafod is at a remote crossroads on the edge of open moorland 2.75km from the junction with the A5 Holyhead Road. The call box is located close to the end of the small chapel.
  55. II Tyrpeg Mynydd
    The house stands close to the road on the 350m contour at the S boundary of the moorland of Mynydd Hiraethog.
  56. II* Voelas
    Voelas Estate lies on the W edge of the community, W of Pentrefoelas. The house stands in its own parkland overlooking the picturesque narrow valley of the Afon Conwy.
  57. II Washhouse and outbuilding at Plas Iolyn
    The small building lies between the Great Barn and the house, and is set parallel to the barn.
  58. II Wynne-Finch Memorial Photos
    The memorial stands in a paved area in the SW quadrant of the crossroads at the centre of Pentrefoelas.
  59. II Y golchdy (also known as Yr hen ladd-dy) Photos
    The building stands at the top of the hill rising from the junction with the Holyhead Road, backing on to the small brook.
  60. II Yr Hen Ysgol Photos
    The building lies alongside the road immediately W of the bridge at the sharp bend.

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