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Listed Buildings in Corwen, Denbighshire

  1. II Attached Farmbuildings to Pen-y-Bont Farmhouse
    On the left hand side of the road which leads from Llidiart y Parc to Carrog, close to the River Dee
  2. II* Attached former Farmbuildings to Blaenddol House
    At the extreme north-west of the community, approached off a lane which leaves the main A5 at Pont M
  3. II Attached Sorting Office Photos
    On the corner of High Street and Pen y Bryn, the sorting office forming a rear wing parallel to Pen
  4. II Barn and Shoppon at New Inn Farm
    A T-shaped range of buildings forming one side of the farmyard, immediately adjoining the main A5 ro
  5. II Barn at Ty Mawr
    Built alongside the road at Ty Mawr, which is on the A494 between Druid and Four Crosses.
  6. II Berwyn Arms Hotel
    On the S side of the A5 on the western edge of Glyndyfrdwy.
  7. II* Blaenddol House
    At the extreme north-west of the community, approached off a lane which leaves the main A5 at Pont M
  8. II Bwrdd y Tri Arglwydd
    At the N of the community, close to the W side of a lane which runs N from the A5104 almost opposite
  9. II Capel Seion Photos
    Corwen
  10. II Carreg Afon Farmhouse
    Above the road on the W side of the hamlet of Llidiart y Parc.
  11. II Carrog Uchaf Photos
    On the S side of the A5, above the road, 2km approx. W of the hamlet of Glyndyfrdwy.
  12. II Central Hotel Photos
    Adjoins the Harp Hotel at the W end of the broad section of the High Street.
  13. II Church of St Bridget
    Towards the W end of the village, on the N side of the main street, in the angle with the road leadi
  14. II* Church of St Mael and St Silien Photos
    In a churchyard of roughly circular form behind the street frontages.
  15. II* Churchyard Cross Photos
    Immediately SW of the church.
  16. II Churchyard Cross at Rug Chapel
    In the NW corner of the churchyard.
  17. II* Churchyard Wall, Grave-stones, Chest-Tombs and Railings at Church of St Mael and St Sulien
    Surrounds the Church of St Mael and St Sulien, set back behind High Street.
  18. II Coedrwg Isaf
    At the end of a track which leaves the mountain road to Bryneglwys W at the cattle grid, 2km. approx
  19. II* Coleg y Groes (The College) Photos
    At the rear of the churchyard.
  20. II Commerce House
    Corwen
  21. II Commerce House
    Corwen
  22. II Corwen Court (Old Police Station and Courthouse) Photos
    Close to the junction of London Road and High Street.
  23. II* Corwen Manor (Old Workhouse)
    A dominant feature of the approach to the town from the E.
  24. II Dee Bank, Pen-y-Bryn
    Towards the W end of Pen-y Bryn close to its descent to the Cynwyd Road.
  25. II Detached Farmbuilding at Trewyn Bach
    SE of the farmhouse at Trewyn Bach.
  26. II Efenechtyd Farmhouse
    Corwen
  27. II Entrance Gates at Rug
    At the main entrance to the estate from the A5.
  28. II Farmbuildings at Llan Farm
    On the N of the village, on the SW side of the lane which leads to Bryneglwys via Morfydd, opposite
  29. II Farmbuildings at Trewyn Fawr
    SE of the farmhouse, below the road close to the junction with the lane leading to Corwen.
  30. II Former Laundry at Corwen Manor (Old Workhouse)
    A detached building in the yard to the SW of the Old Workhouse, forming the western boundary of the
  31. II Former Weigh-House
    On the N side of the A5, opposite the toll-house (Y Bwythyn) 2km E of Glyndyfrdwy.
  32. II Gate in Garden at Rug
    Aligned with the main entrance of the house, at the boundary of garden and park.
  33. II Gates and Railings at Capel Seion Photos
    Form the front boundary of the Chapel yard.
  34. II Harp Hotel Photos
    At the W end of the broad section of High Street, adjoining the National Westminster Bank.
  35. II Ice House in grounds of Rhagatt Hall
    On the lower side of the drive leading up to Rhagatt Hall from the B5437.
  36. II Ice House in the grounds at Rug
    Built into the motte towards the SW of the lake.
  37. II Llan Farmhouse
    On the N edge of the village, on the NE side of the lane leading up to Bryneglwys via Morfydd.
  38. II Llan House
    On the N edge of the village, on the NE side of the lane leading up to Bryneglwys via Morfydd.
  39. II London House
    Adjoins the Central Hotel towards the centre of the terrace in the broad section of the High Street
  40. II Midland Bank Photos
    Faces E down High Street, between Stryd y Bont and Pen y Bryn.
  41. II National Westminster Bank Photos
    Prominently sited facing E down High Street at the point where it narrows towards the head of Stryd
  42. II New Inn Farmhouse
    Set back behind the farmyard on the main A5 through the village, immediately E of the road leading d
  43. II Owain Glyndwr Hotel Photos
    Prominently sited on the main street in the centre of the town, in front of the church.
  44. II Pen-y-Bont Farmhouse
    On the left hand side of the road which leads from Llidiart y Parc to Carrog, close to the River Dee
  45. II Penlan Fawr
    To the east of and below the lane that leaves the A494 at Druid, 1km approx. from the junction with
  46. II Pentre Gwyn
    Prominently sited on the A5 close to its junction with the Ruthin road, NW of Corwen.
  47. II Pentre-Trewyn Farmhouse
    On the B5437 lane from Carrog to Clawdd Poncen, on the N side of the River Dee, 2km approx. NE of C
  48. II Plas Derwen
    Set back above the road 1km. approx. E of the centre of the town.
  49. II* Pon Melin Rug Bridge
    Carries the A5 road over the River Alwen 2km approx. W of Corwen.
  50. II* Pont Carrog
    Carries the minor road from Llidiart y Parc to Carrog over the River Dee.
  51. II* Pont Corwen Bridge
    Carries the main A5 road over the River Dee 1km approx. west of the town centre.
  52. II Post Office Photos
    On the corner of High Street and Pen y Bryn, the sorting office forming a rear wing parallel to Pen
  53. II Rhagatt Hall
    In a landscaped park on the N side of the B5437, 1km. approx. W of Carrog.
  54. II Rhydonnen Ucha Farmhouse
    Corwen
  55. II* Rug
    In parkland on the N side of the A5, 3km approx. W of Corwen.
  56. I Rug Chapel Photos
    Corwen
  57. II Tan-y-Graig
    High up Nant y Pandy, beyond Tyn-y-Wern and approached via a lane which leaves the village immediate
  58. II The Cottage, Garthydwr
    In the meander of the River Dee, down a lane running N from the A5, 1km approx. from the centre of t
  59. II The Crown Public House Photos
    Prominently sited to face E down the High Street.
  60. II The Druids
    At the junction of the A5 with the Bala Road.
  61. II The Terrace Photos
    1 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  62. II The Terrace Photos
    2 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  63. II The Terrace Photos
    3 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  64. II The Terrace Photos
    4 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  65. II The Terrace Photos
    5 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  66. II The Terrece Photos
    6 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  67. II The Terrece Photos
    7 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  68. II The Terrece Photos
    8 Stryd-y-Bont (Bridge Street)
  69. II Trewyn Bach B5347 (NE SIDE)
    East of a lane which leaves the B5437 to the N on the W side of the Maesafallen estate, 1km approx.
  70. II Trewyn Fawr Farmhouse
    Below the level of the road close to the junction with the road leading to Corwen.
  71. II Ty Mawr
    On the SE side of the A494, between Druid and Four Crosses.
  72. II Ty'n-Llwyn Farmhouse
    Down a track on the W side of the village, and close to the river.
  73. II Tyn-y-Graig
    Situated high up a side valley of the Dee in the Berwyn range, and at the top of a lane which leave
  74. II Tyn-y-Wern
    High up the Nant y Pandy, and approached via a lane which leaves the village immediately to the E o
  75. II* Uchel-Dref
    On a minor lane linking outlying farms in the NW of the community, 2km approx. W of the A494 Bala-Ru
  76. II War Memorial Gates Photos
    Entrance gates to the recreation ground, facing down Lon Las.
  77. II Waterloo House Photos
    Adjacent to the Post Office, alongside the pathway leading to the Parish Church.
  78. II Well at Ffynnon Sulien
    In the garden of the house called Ffynnon Sulien, at the bottom of a steep bank.
  79. II Y Bwythyn
    On the S side of the A5, 2km E of Glyndyfrdwy.

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