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Grade I Listed Buildings in Denbighshire

  1. I Bodrhyddan Hall
    Set in parkland approx. lkm east of Rhuddlan.
  2. I Burgess Gate Photos
    On the northern side of the Old Town of Denbigh, at the lower end of the street.
  3. I Cathedral Church of st. Asaph Photos
    At the top of the hill, dominating the views of the city from the W.
  4. I Church of All Saints
    In a rural location on the E banks of the River Dee, and set down from B4401. The church is set in
  5. I Church of St Cynhafal
    Reached by a minor road east of Llangynhafal. The churchyard is circular, considerably raised above
  6. I Church of St Garmon
    Situated in the centre of Llanarmon village.
  7. I Denbigh Castle Photos
    Prominently-sited at the southern end of the Old Town, with commanding views over the Vale of Clwyd.
  8. I Foxhall Newydd Photos
    Located at the southern edge of Foxhall Woods, some 250m W of Foxhall and 1km SE of Henllan; accesse
  9. I Leicester's Church (Remains)
    Located within the old walled town on Castle Hill, some 50m NE of the tower of St Hilary's Church.
  10. I Llangollen Bridge Photos
    Spanning the River Dee at the N end of the main street.
  11. I Nantclwyd House Photos
    Located in a block of buildings fronting Castle Street
  12. I Parish and Collegiate Church of St Peter
    Located off the N side of St Peter's Square, in the centre of Ruthin.
  13. I Parish Church of St Dyfnog
    Picturesquely-sited in the village centre, set back from the road within its own walled churchyard.
  14. I Parish Church of St Marcella (also known as Whitchurch)
    Located in open countryside within Denbigh Green, approximately 1.6km SE of Denbigh; within its own
  15. I Parish Church of St Meugan
    Located at the southern boundary of the community, some 1.5km SW of Llanbedr village and approximate
  16. I Parish Church of St Saeran
    Located in the centre of the small village of Llanynys towards the north-eastern boundary of the com
  17. I Pillar of Eliseg
    The pillar is raised on a tumulus, approximately 50m from the road, and 400m N of Valle Crucis Abbey
  18. I Plas Ucha Photos
    Located off the W side of a lane which runs N from Cynwyd to Melin Rug. The front faces S, the groun
  19. I Rhuddlan Castle Photos
    Prominently sited on the east bank of the River Clwyd to the SE of the town.
  20. I Rug Chapel Photos
    Corwen
  21. I Ruthin Castle Photos
    In a raised position at the S end of the town, the entrance drive continuing S from Castle Street.
  22. I St Mary's Church
    At the centre of the village of Derwen.
  23. I St.Collen's Parish Church Photos
    Towards the edge of the town centre; also reached from Chapel Street behind the Hand Hotel and Regen
  24. I Tower of St Hilary's Church Photos
    Located within the walls of the old town immediately N of and below the castle.
  25. I Town Wall, including North-East, Countess and Goblin Towers
    Defining the Old Town boundary in a long arc to the E of the castle and rising dramatically at the t
  26. I Town Wall: Western Section
    Defining the old Town boundary, running W and S from the Burgess Gate to the site of the Exchequer T
  27. I Trevor Hall
    Set in a wooded hillside location overlooking its own parkland and the eastern end of the vale of Ll
  28. I Valle Crucis Abbey Photos
    The abbey lies in the lower Eglwyseg valley between the main road and the river, approximately 0.9km

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