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Former Farmhouse at Gwern Felin

A Grade II Listed Building in Caerhun, Conwy

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Latitude: 53.201 / 53°12'3"N

Longitude: -3.8502 / 3°51'0"W

OS Eastings: 276506

OS Northings: 368696

OS Grid: SH765686

Mapcode National: GBR 62.276B

Mapcode Global: WH54C.TSQY

Plus Code: 9C5R642X+9W

Entry Name: Former Farmhouse at Gwern Felin

Listing Date: 21 February 1996

Last Amended: 21 February 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 17020

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Located 0.5 Km from Tal-y-Bont W of the Conwy Road (B 5106); accessed via a farm track leading S from a lane running parallel with the Afon Dulyn.; set in its own part-cobbled farmyard, opposite a ru

County: Conwy

Community: Caerhun

Community: Caerhun

Locality: Tal-y-Bont

Traditional County: Caernarfonshire

Tagged with: Farmhouse

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C18 storied farmhouse with earlier origins. Evidence to the rear suggests that the building was originally a single-storey sub-Medieval dwelling, which was raised and altered in the second-half C18; attached byre and cart bay to lower (E) end. Of whitened rubble with boulder foundations and an old slate roof; plain, squat end chimneys. Near-centre entrance with recessed boarded door and projecting dripstone above; flanking window openings to both floors, those to first under the eaves. C19 4-pane casement to rear with boulder-built ground floor masonry evident. Single-storey pitched-roofed extension to S at rear, forming an 'L' with the main house; construction as before with boarded entrance and C20 window to E face. Stepped-down, and adjoining the farmhouse to the E, a contemporary or near-contemporary byre and cart bay. Large plain cart entrance to L and a standard entrance to R, with 2 boulder steps; part-stable door.


Slate-flagged floor to main hall with beamed ceiling; plain joists and beams. Boarded draft screen to R of entrance with shelving to rear. Large inglenook to R with flat bressummer and bracketed mantelshelf above. Plain C19 stair to L in hall, with stick balusters and boarded cupboard below. Beamed ceiling to parlour room as before. Flagged floor and slate shelving to rear (pantry) extension.

Reasons for Listing

An C18 vernacular farmhouse with earlier origins. Group value with the agricultural range at Gwern Felin.

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    Located immediately to the W of Gwern Felin farmhouse facing a random-cobbled yard.
  • II Barn at Ffynnon-Bedr
    Located immediately SW of Ffynnon Bedr Cottage on a sloping site, its W gable built into the hill.
  • II Stable and Cart Range at Ffynnon-Bedr
    Located immediately opposite Ffynnon Bedr Cottage to the W
  • II Ffynnon-Bedr Cottage
    Located 1km SE of Llanbedr-y-Cennin church in a field sloping to the W; accessed via an unmetalled track leading W from the lane from Tal-y-Bont to Llanbedr-y-Cennin.
  • II Tyddyn-y-Coed Farmhouse
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  • II Tyddyn-Isaf
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  • II Ye Olde Bull Inn
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  • II Church House
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