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Listed Buildings in Rhuddlan, Denbighshire

  1. II 1. Chest Tomb to SE of Church of Saint Mary
    Approx 10m SE of the church, on the SE side of the path that leads to the church porch.
  2. II 1. Ornamental Vases in Garden at Bodrhyddan Hall
    In the formal garden to the S of the hall.
  3. II 1. Stables at Bodrhyddan Hall
    Forms 3 sides of a courtyard in the NE corner of the Home Farm, set back from Ffordd Ffranc (the Dys
  4. II 2. Chest Tomb to SE of Church of Church of Saint Mary
    Approx 10m SE of the church, on the SE side of the path that leads to the church porch.
  5. II 2. Ornamental Vases in Garden at Bodrhyddan Hall
    In the formal garden to the S of the hall.
  6. II 2. Stables at Bodfhyddan Hall
    Forms 3 sides of a courtyard in the NE corner of the Home Farm, set back from Ffordd Ffranc (the Dys
  7. II 3. Stables at Bodrhyddan Hall
    Forms 3 sides of a courtyard in the NE corner of the Home Farm, set back from Ffordd Ffranc (the Dys
  8. II Aberkinsey Farmhouse
    Approx. lkm down a lane approached from the Dyserth-Rhyl Road, close to the eastern boundary of the
  9. II Attached outbuildings to Pont Faen Farmhouse
    Approx. lkm NE of Rhuddlan.
  10. II Barn at Rhydyddauddwr Farm
    A detached building at the SE side of the farmyard.
  11. II Belmont
    At right-angles to the Street, next to Parliament house and near the corner with Parliament Street.
  12. I Bodrhyddan Hall
    Set in parkland approx. lkm east of Rhuddlan.
  13. II Bryn Awel and Fondella Building
    On the south side of High Street, close to the junction with Parliament Street
  14. II Bryn Cwnin Farmhouse
    At the end of Pentre Lane, approx. 2km NE of Rhuddlan.
  15. II Chest Tomb to NE of Church of Saint Mary
    In the E angle of the chancel of the church and the mausoleum which projects to its N.
  16. II* Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Set back behind Church Street, and prominently sited above the river.
  17. II Churchyard Cross
    Approx. 10m SE of the church, immediately N of the pair of chest tombs.
  18. II Clarence House (Old Vicarage)
    Set back in a walled garden, near the corner with High Street.
  19. II Cowhouse and Stable Range at Rhydyddauddwr Farm
    Forms part of a continuous range of buildings with the farmhouse at Rhydyddauddwr Farm.
  20. II* Cowhouse at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan, close to the east bank of the River Clwyd.
  21. II Criccin Cross
    On the W side of the B5429 approx. 2km SE of Rhuddlan, close to Criccin Fawr Farm. The cross stands
  22. II Criccin Fawr Farmhouse
    On the east of the B5429, towards the SE boundary of the community approx. 2km from the town.
  23. II Detached Building in yard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm
    A free-standing building at the E side of the farmyard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm.
  24. II Detached Outbuilding at Pont Faen Farm
    Encloses a small yard to the SE of the farmhouse and attached outbuildings.
  25. II Former Cowhouse or Shelter-shed at Bodrhyddan Home Farm
    Forms the west boundary of the farmyard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm.
  26. II Former Laundry ETC
    Forms the N range of the farmyard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm, and the S range of the former stable yard
  27. II Former Smithy and Engine-House at Bodrhyddan Home Farm
    Rhuddlan
  28. II Fountain in Garden at Bodrhyddan Hall
    Forms the centre-piece of the formal garden to the S of the house.
  29. 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
  30. II Home Farmhouse
    Forms the N range of the farmyard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm, and the S range of the former stable yard
  31. II House at Home Farm
    Forms the N range of the farmyard at Bodrhyddan Home Farm, and the S range of the former stable yard
  32. II L-Plan range of farm-buildings at Aberkinsey Farm
    An L-plan complex of farmbuildings to the S of Aberkinsey Farmhouse.
  33. II L-Plan Range of Farmbuildings at Bryn Cwnin Farm
    To the N of Bryn Cwnin Farmhouse, at the end of Pentre Lane, approx. 2km NE of Rhuddlan.
  34. II Lychgate to Churchyard
    At the entrance to the church yard to Saint Mary's Church, set back from the street.
  35. II* Main Barn at Abbey Farm
    On the southern edge of Rhuddlan, close to the east bank of the River Clwyd.
  36. II Memorial Fountain at N end of Home Farm Driveway
    Facing down the driveway to Bodrhyddan Home Farm and stables, approx. 80 metres from the entrance to
  37. II Parliament House
    On the corner with High Street.
  38. II Parliament House
    On the corner with High Street.
  39. II Pont Faen Farmhouse
    Approx. lkm NE of Rhuddlan.
  40. II* Rhuddlan Bridge Photos
    Spans the river Clwyd to form the only access to the town from the W.
  41. I Rhuddlan Castle Photos
    Prominently sited on the east bank of the River Clwyd to the SE of the town.
  42. II Rhydyddauddwr Farmhouse
    At the end of a track across fields which forms a continuation of Abbey Road, approx. 1.5 km S of Rh
  43. II* Saint Mary's Well
    In wooded gardens approx. 80 metres W of Bodrhyddan Hall.
  44. II Shelter Shed at Rhydyddauddwr Farm
    Forms the SW boundary of the farmyard.
  45. II Stable Block at Bodrhyddan Home Farm
    Forms the S boundary of the farmyard at the Home Farm.
  46. II Sundial in Grounds of Bodrhyddan Hall
    Approx 50 metres NNW of Saint Mary's Well, in a wooded garden on the west side of Bodrhyddan Hall.
  47. II The Banquet House
    At right angles to the road, on a corner opposite Castle Street.
  48. 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

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