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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Denbighshire

  1. II* ,1,Park Street,Denbigh,,CLWYD,LL16 3DB
    Located in the corner at the top of Park Street, adjoining the Bull Hotel.
  2. II* 20-21 Castle Street
    In a block of buildings fronting Castle Street, close to the entrance to Ruthin Castle.
  3. 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
  4. II* Bach-y-graig Farmhouse
    About 2 km south-west of Tremerchion Parish Church. Bachygraig is approached from the Denbigh side b
  5. II* Bach-y-graig South East Farm Range
    In the farmyard of Bach-y-graig
  6. II* Bachymbyd Fawr
    Located approximately 200m SW of the main road on the western slopes of the Vale of Clwyd; accessed
  7. II* Barn at Pant Glas Isaf
    Located towards the southern boundary of the community immediately to the N of the present farmhouse
  8. II* Blaenddol House
    At the extreme north-west of the community, approached off a lane which leaves the main A5 at Pont M
  9. II* Bodelwyddan Castle
    Conspicuously site on rising ground 4km W of St Asaph and 1km S of Bodelwyddan Village, in extensive
  10. II* Bodelwyddan Castle Ice House
    200m NW of Bodelwyddan Castle and 50m NE of Mine Cottage (in area of car parks).
  11. II* Bodeugan Farmhouse
    2 km east of St Asaph, about 100 m south of the A55, reached by a lane west of the Rhuddlan/Trefnant
  12. II* Bodidris
    Approximately 2 km NE of Llandegla, at the end of a narrow lane leading N from the A 5104, occupying
  13. II* Branas Uchaf
    In a fine position overlooking the N banks of the River Dee, approx 2.5km W of Llandrillo. At the e
  14. II* Bronyffynnon aka Hen Cartref
    Set back slightly from the street behind railed rubble forecourt walls.
  15. II* Bryn Celyn
    Set back from the road behind a curved, narrow forecourt bounded by a hedge.
  16. II* Bryn Dethol
    Situated on hillside south of A5 road, about 2.5 km east of Llangollen, and approached up a steep tr
  17. II* Bryn y Parc
    Towards the top of park Street immediately adjacent to No 1; fronting directly onto the road, but wi
  18. II* Brynbella
    To south west of Tremeirchion village in extensive private grounds. Approach at east side, landscape
  19. II* Bull Hotel
    Prominently-sited on the corner with Park Street.
  20. II* Caer'afallen
    Located off the W side of an unclassified lane which runs from the NE corner of Ruthin towards Hirwa
  21. II* Candy Mill with Miller's Cottage and Leat
    To east of the River Aberwheeler near Ty Draw farm, reached by a minor road from the A541. Leat from
  22. II* Capel Mawr including associated School-room and forecourt railings
    Prominently-sited on the corner with Beacon's Hill.
  23. II* Carriage Yard to west of Lleweni Hall
    On elevated site to west of Lleweni Hall which is situated to the north-east of Denbigh and reached
  24. II* Castle Hotel Photos
    Facing W into the Square, opposite the junction with Clwyd Street. In a prominent location.
  25. II* Church of Corpus Christi (Holy Trinity)
    In the village of Tremeirchion. The churchyard (extended 1864) is walled in similar stone without co
  26. II* Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Set back behind Church Street, and prominently sited above the river.
  27. II* Church of Saints Mael and Sulien
    In the village of Cwm, 0.5 km east of the Cwm (Dyserth to Rhuallt) road. Stone churchyard wall with
  28. II* Church of St Beuno
    In the village of Gwyddelwern, to west of the main road. Stone churchyard wall with modern gateway;
  29. II* Church of St Bridget Photos
    At the centre of the village of Dyserth, within a large churchyard. Stone churchyard wall with trian
  30. II* Church of St Cynfarch and St Mary
    East side of the village of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd in a walled churchyard with the stump of a preach
  31. II* Church of St Elidan Photos
    1 km south of Nantclwyd Hall, in a stone-walled churchyard with iron gate and steps to south; also e
  32. II* Church of St Foddhyd Photos
    At the west side of the village of Clocaenog. Square churchyard with stone wall to front and to eas
  33. II* Church of St Hychan
    At the west side of the B5429, north of the turning to Pont Llanychan. The churchyard is rounded at
  34. II* Church of St Mael and St Silien Photos
    In a churchyard of roughly circular form behind the street frontages.
  35. II* Church of St Margaret (The Marble Church) Photos
    At N side of the former St Asaph road now bypassed by the adjacent A55. Low perimeter wall separate
  36. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    At the centre of the village of Bettws Gwerfil Goch, in a square churchyard which is considerably ra
  37. II* Church of St Melyd Photos
    In the village of Meliden, at the north junction of Ffordd Talargoch with Meliden Road.
  38. II* Church of St Mwrog Photos
    In a prominent raised position in the centre of the village, the B5105 curving around it.
  39. II* Church of St Peter Photos
    At the junction of the A494 and the B 5429, set within its own walled churchyard.
  40. II* Church of St Stephen Photos
    At the centre of Bodfari Village, approached by a lychgate and long flight of steps. The orientation
  41. II* Church of St Tyrnog Photos
    In village of Llandyrnog, in a graveyard which now extends beyond a lane to the east; part lost to r
  42. II* Church of St Tysilio
    At north side of the village of Bryneglwys, within a hilltop graveyard surrounded by a rubblestone w
  43. II* Church of St Tysilio Photos
    The church stands in a very picturesque location set in a walled churchyard above the River Dee and
  44. II* Church of St. Cwyfan
    In a square churchyard 1.5 km north-east of St Tyrnog's Church. Stone churchyard wall with iron gate
  45. II* Churchyard Cross Photos
    Immediately SW of the church.
  46. II* Churchyard Cross Shaft at St Meugan's Church
    Located in the churchyard, to the S of the church.
  47. II* Churchyard Gates
    Located off the N side of St Peter's Square, to the R of the Post-office, and forming the main entra
  48. 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.
  49. II* Clive Engine House, Talargoch Mine Photos
    About 50 m east of the A457 Dyserth to Prestatyn road, south of the Graig Park hotel and country clu
  50. II* Clwyd Bank Photos
    Located towards the lower part of the street
  51. II* Coleg y Groes (The College) Photos
    At the rear of the churchyard.
  52. II* Corwen Manor (Old Workhouse)
    A dominant feature of the approach to the town from the E.
  53. II* Cowhouse at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan, close to the east bank of the River Clwyd.
  54. II* Cross in churchyard of St Mary's Church
    Opposite the south porch of St Mary's Church.
  55. II* Curtain Wall to the Old Gaol including Laundry Block
    Located at the bottom of Clwyd Street on the E side of Pont Howkin and the River Clwyd.
  56. II* Denbigh Friary
    Situated at the lower (eastern) end of the town, at the foot of the hill; at the end of the lane, it
  57. II* Derwen Hall
    2 km east of Derwen church.
  58. II* Detached Belfry Tower at the Church of St Sadwrn Photos
    Prominently-sited at the cross-roads, at the NE boundary of the churchyard.
  59. II* Dolbelidr Photos
    Located in a picturesque setting on the S side of the river Elwy at the SE boundary of the community
  60. II* Dolbelidr
    Located at the NE boundary of the community, approximately 1.2km NE of Trefnant village; sited on th
  61. II* Dovecote at Bodeugan Farm
    In field to west of Bodeugan farmstead
  62. II* Dyserth Hall
    At the corner of Ffordd Talargoch and Dyserth Road. Stone-walled forecourt with iron gate and rails;
  63. II* Esgobty Farmhouse
    To SW of the cathedral, reached down farm road with farmyard to E; on sloping ground.
  64. II* Faenol Fawr
    500m W of the Bodelwyddan to Rhuddlan road, near NW corner of Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
  65. II* Faenol Fawr Dovecote
    Attached to rear wing of Faenol Fawr.
  66. II* Faenol-bach with Domestic Boundary Walls
    To S side of an unclassified road from Terfyn to Glan-y-morfa, 1km N of Bodelwyddan School. Domesti
  67. II* Farm outbuilding at Hengoed
    Between Bontuchel and Llanfwrog, about 200m N of bend in minor road. Aligned SW-NE facing farmhouse
  68. II* Ffynnon Fair
    Located in a picturesque setting in a field on the N bank of the river Elwy at the SE boundary of th
  69. II* Former House of Thomas Gee, including decorative railings to raised terrace on R
    On the corner with Chapel Street.
  70. II* Foxhall including adjoining Garden and Yard Walls to the SE and SW
    Located within its own grounds approximately 1.5 km SE of Henllan; accessed via a long track running
  71. II* Garden Walls with Privy, Pavilion and Cottage at Garthgynan
    To south side of Garthgynan farmhouse
  72. II* Garn Photos
    Located within its own park at the NW boundary of the community, approximately 1km N of Henllan vill
  73. II* Garthgynan
    Reached by a minor road, about 1km east of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
  74. II* Garthgynan Mill
    250 metres south-west of Garthgynon farmhouse, to the west side of the Dwr Ial stream.
  75. II* Gatepiers and associated Forecourt Walls at Plas-yn-Llan
    Enclosing a forecourt in front of Plas-yn-Llan and facing the main village street to the W.
  76. II* Gatepiers of former entrance to Bodwyddan Hall
    Set into the boundary wall at the N side of Ffordd Ffranc (the Dyserth Road), on the boundary with t
  77. II* Glan-y-wern Hall Photos
    1 km north-west of Llandyrnog village, in parkland to north of the Waen to Denbigh road.
  78. II* Gorphwysfa (former Conservative Club)
    Located in a block of buildings fronting Castle Street
  79. II* Gwaenynog
    Located approximately 1km SW of Denbigh within its own park, set back to the S of the road and acces
  80. II* Gwasg Gee Printing Works
    On the street-line, the main ranges enclosing a courtyard to the rear.
  81. II* Gwerclas Hall
    Located approximately 1.5km NW of Cynwyd, and reached by a lane which leads from Pont Dyffrdwy.
  82. II* Gwernigron Dovecote
    In Gwernigron farmyard.
  83. II* Henblas Hall
    At west side of the B5429 Tremeirchion to Bodfari Road, 1 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church
  84. II* Hendy Photos
    In a block of buildings towards the lower part of the street.
  85. II* Holy Trinity Church Photos
    Located at the south-western edge of the village, set back within its churchyard to the NW of the He
  86. II* Hooded tomb in the churchyard of Saints Mael and Sulien Photos
    Adjacent to the south wall of the St Mael & St Sulien's church.
  87. II* Jesus Chapel
    Close to the house named Capel-y-gloch, on the east side of the A525 Wrexham Road, 1½km south of Lla
  88. II* Llanrhaeadr Hall
    Located approximately 750m E of Llanrhaeadr village and set within its own grounds; accessed via a l
  89. II* Llantysilio Hall Photos
    The house is set in 4ha of grounds above the River Dee, NW of Llantysilio Church, on the road from P
  90. II* Lleweni Hall, including Stables to the NE
    Situated in its own grounds to the north-east of Denbigh, close to the boundary with Aberwheeler Com
  91. II* Lon Swan Independent Chapel, including associated Hall, forecourt walls & railings
    Set back from the lane behind its own railed, walled forecourt.
  92. II* Main Barn at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan, close to the east bank of the River Clwyd.
  93. II* Nantclwyd Hall
    1 km north of Llanelidan chuch and 200 m east of the A494 Bala to Ruthin road, in the parkland of th
  94. II* National Westminster Bank
    A free-standing building towards the S end of St Peter's Square. In a prominent location.
  95. II* No 1 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  96. II* No 10 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  97. II* No 11 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  98. II* No 12 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  99. II* No 13 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  100. II* No 2 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  101. II* No 3 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  102. II* No 4 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  103. II* No 5 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  104. II* No 6 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  105. II* No 7 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  106. II* No 8 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  107. II* No 9 Llannerch Hall
    Set in its own mature parkland at the northern edge of the community, approximately 1km N of Trefnan
  108. II* No.51 Clwyd Street (Formerly Royal Oak P.h.),,,,,clwyd, Photos
    Located towards the lower end of Clwyd Street.
  109. II* North Wales Hospital: Primary Range, including adjoining walled 'Airing Courts' to NW and SE
    Located within its own parkland setting approximately 1km S of Denbigh set back to the W of the lane
  110. II* Old Rectory
    Set in its own grounds approximately 0.5km NW of Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, with drive entrance close t
  111. II* Old Stable Block and Bodidris Cottage to South-west of Bodidris
    Some 100m SW of Bodidris, forming the E side of a courtyard group, bounded to the north by a range w
  112. II* Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Located in the centre of the village on the western banks of the Afon Clywedog; sited within its own
  113. II* Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Located in the village centre within its own rubble-walled churchyard.
  114. II* Parish Church of St Sadwrn including adjacent Cross Shaft Photos
    Located at the western perimeter of the village within its own walled churchyard.
  115. II* Parish Church of St Thomas Photos
    Prominently sited on the corner with Bath Street.
  116. II* Pen-isa'r-Glascoed Farmhouse with Garden Wall and Gate
    Bodelwyddan
  117. II* Pendref Chapel including forecourt walls & railings
    Set back from the road behind forecourt walls & railings, towards the top of the hill
  118. II* Pentre Cwm
    At the fork of the Cwm Road and the minor road to Marian Cwm, near the southern fringe of the villag
  119. II* Perthewig
    Set in fields approximately 1.5km E of Trefnant village, within a farm group and set back behind coc
  120. II* Pierce's Memorial
    Within the Evan Pierce Memorial Garden, set back from the street opposite Somerfield's supermarket;
  121. II* Plas Ashpool
    To the east side of the B5429, about 2km north of Llandyrnog village; farm buildings to north-west s
  122. II* Plas Chambres, including adjoining forecourt and garden walls
    Located towards the western boundary of the community approximately 2km NW of Denbigh; on a sloping
  123. II* Plas Clough
    Located approximately 1.2km N of Denbigh, set back to the W of the Denbigh-St Asaph road on a slight
  124. II* Plas Heaton
    Located within its own park on an elevated site at the northern boundary of the community; accessed
  125. II* Plas Newydd Photos
    Strikingly located on a rocky rise some 1.6km NW of Cefn Meiriadog village; located immediately W of
  126. II* Plas Newydd Photos
    Set in its own grounds at the top of a secluded glen on the SE edge of the town. Topiary along front
  127. II* Plas yn y pentre Photos
    Situated in the Vale of Llangollen on by-road between Trevor and Trevor Uchaf, approximately 1km SW
  128. II* Plas-draw
    Set back on the east side of the minor road from Llangynhafal to Hirwaen (in Llanbedr).
  129. II* Plas-is-llan
    About 1 km west of Cwm Parish Church. The house faces south to a small stone-walled forecourt, and i
  130. II* Plas-uchaf
    Reached by a minor road and a private drive about 3 km south-south-west of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd.
  131. II* Plas-uchaf
    The house is set at the head of a narrow valley, on the mountain road to Minera.
  132. II* Plas-yn-Faerdref
    Located off the E side of the road, in a slightly raised position, approx 2km N of Llandrillo.
  133. II* Plas-yn-Llan
    Set back on the W side of the main village street behind a walled forecourt, at the southern edge of
  134. II* Pon Melin Rug Bridge
    Carries the A5 road over the River Alwen 2km approx. W of Corwen.
  135. II* Pont Carrog
    Carries the minor road from Llidiart y Parc to Carrog over the River Dee.
  136. II* Pont Corwen Bridge
    Carries the main A5 road over the River Dee 1km approx. west of the town centre.
  137. II* Pont Dyffrdwy
    Located immediately W of Cynwyd village, and carrying a minor road over the River Dee.
  138. II* Pont Melin Rug
    Carries the A5 over the River Alwen approx. 2 km W of Corwen.
  139. II* Pont Rhyd-y-Cilgwyn
    Spanning the river Clywedog immediately W of the main road in the village centre.
  140. II* Pool Park
    Located at the W boundary of the community, approximately 5km SW of Ruthin; accessed via a long driv
  141. II* Porth
    At the lower end of the street, nearly opposite the former gaol.
  142. II* Primary House at Pwll Callod
    Located on a rise approximately 800m SE of Pwll-Glas towards the SE boundary of the community. Acce
  143. II* Pwllhalog farmhouse
    To the south-east corner of Pwllhalog farmstead, about 2 km east of Cwm Parish Church; the house is
  144. II* Rhuddlan Bridge Photos
    Spans the river Clwyd to form the only access to the town from the W.
  145. II* Rose Cottage
    Located on the E corner of Rhos Street and Haulfryn.
  146. II* Royles Pharmacy, including adjoining ranges to the rear
    On the street-line.
  147. II* Rug
    In parkland on the N side of the A5, 3km approx. W of Corwen.
  148. II* Ruthin Castle Hotel
    Built over the SW part of Ruthin Castle. In a raised position at the S end of the town, the entranc
  149. II* Ruthin Library Photos
    Set back slightly from the road, towards the E end of Record Street.
  150. II* Saint Mary's Well
    In wooded gardens approx. 80 metres W of Bodrhyddan Hall.
  151. II* Secondary House at Plas Chambres
    Located immediately SE of the main house on the SW side of the cobbled former service court.
  152. II* Seven Eyes
    Facing W into St Peter's Square and adjoining the L side of the Castle Hotel.
  153. II* St Beuno's College
    On high ground to the east of the B5249 Cwm to Bodfari road
  154. II* St Mary's Church
    Prominently located at the Lenten Pool roundabout, set back slightly behind low curving forecourt wa
  155. II* St. Asaph
    Spanning the River Elwy.
  156. II* St. Kentigern & St. Asaph Parish Church
    Set back at the bottom of the street in irregularly shaped churchyard.
  157. II* Stables at Garthgynan
    West of Garthgynan farmhouse, across farm track.
  158. II* Summerhouse in the garden of Grovehurst
    In the garden of Grovehurst.
  159. II* Swayne Johnson & Wight, Solicitors Offices
    Prominently-sited at the corner with Vale Street.
  160. II* T-Shaped Range to rear of Pengwern Hall (including Vaulted Undercroft)
    Attached at right angles to rear of Pengwern Hall at SW end; reached up a track N off the lane throu
  161. II* Terfyn Farmhouse
    About 2 km north-east of Cwm Parish Church
  162. II* The Church House (Old Grammar School)
    Facing S into the Churchyard, with School Road to the N.
  163. II* The County Hall
    Prominently-sited at the E end of High Street.
  164. II* The Old Cloisters
    Adjoining the N side of the Church of St Peter, the entrance to the E.
  165. II* The Old Gaol Photos
    Located at the bottom of Clwyd Street on the E side of Pont Howkin.
  166. II* The Old Palace
    Situated below the Cathedral to E on sloping site. Reached by drive near the bottom of the High Str
  167. II* Tomb group in St Bridget's Churchyard Photos
    About 10 m south-east of the chancel of Dyserth Church.
  168. II* Town Hall
    Prominently sited on the corner of the square with Crown Lane.
  169. II* Ty Cerrig Photos
    Fronting the lane, which leads S off the B5105 opposite the Church of St Mwrog.
  170. II* Ty Gwyn Photos
    Located in Llanfwrog village, approximately 200m SW of the church.
  171. II* Ty Mawr
    Aligned with main street of village, about 75m NE of Church of St Beuno.
  172. II* Ty'n y Llwyn
    Located on the hillside above the River Dee, and reached by a track off the E side of the B4401.
  173. II* Tyn-Dwr
    Set in its own grounds to SE of Llangollen; tree lined drive.
  174. II* Uchel-Dref
    On a minor lane linking outlying farms in the NW of the community, 2km approx. W of the A494 Bala-Ru
  175. II* Walls of former Lord's Garden at rear of Nantclwyd House
    Located to the W of the garden to Nantclywd House, and extending behind the gardens of properties do
  176. II* Wigfair Hall
    On a commanding site above the Elwy valley at the south-eastern edge of the community, approximately
  177. II* Workshop Range at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan close to the E bank of the River Clwyd. The buildings form the W ra
  178. II* Y Gelli (formerly Grove House and also Ty Nant)
    Set back from the road behind a low-walled forecourt.

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