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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Anglesey

  1. I Beaumaris Castle Photos
    At the E end of Castle Street.
  2. I Beaumaris Gaol
    A large building occupying the whole block bounded by Bunkers Hill, Steeple Lane and Gaol Street.
  3. I Perimeter walls of Beaumaris Gaol
    Occupying the block defined by Steeple Lane, Bunkers Hill, Gaol Street, and a narrow alley at the S end.
  4. I The Bulkeley Hotel including screen wall to lefthand courtyard Photos
    Prominently sited with one front in the centre of Castle Street, and the opposite front forming one of the most conspicuous buildings facing The Green.
  5. I Church of SS Mary and Nicholas Photos
    In a large churchyard with Church Street to the E and Steeple Lane to the W.
  6. I Remains of Medieval Town Wall
    Behind Nos 40-42 and 38 Church Street.
  7. I Victoria Terrace, including short section of forecourt railings to left Photos
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 1, at the L end, is entered from The Green.
  8. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 10, at the R end of the terrace, is entered from Mona Place.
  9. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 12 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  10. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 13 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  11. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 14 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  12. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 15 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  13. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 16 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  14. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 17 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  15. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 18 is entered from a balcony at the rear.
  16. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 19 is entered from The Green.
  17. I Victoria Terrace Photos
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 2 is entered from The Green.
  18. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 20 is entered from The Green.
  19. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 3 is entered from The Green.
  20. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 4 is entered from The Green.
  21. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 5 is entered from The Green.
  22. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 6 is entered from The Green.
  23. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 7 is entered from The Green.
  24. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 8 is entered from The Green.
  25. I Victoria Terrace
    Victoria Terrace is the most prominent building facing The Green. No 9 is entered from The Green.
  26. I Church of St.Cadwaladr Photos
    Located within an enclosed rectangular churchyard (now extended to the SE); set back from the N side of the A4080 in the hamlet of Llangadwaladr.
  27. I Church of St Mary
    Reached by a trackway and set back, within a sub-rectangular churchyard, from the NW side of the road at the SE end of the village of Llanfairynghornwy.
  28. I Plas Newydd Photos
    Located 1.5km SW of Llanfairpwll on the A4080. Sited on an artificial terrace alongside the Menai Strait, overlooking the Snowdonia mountains to the E.
  29. I Church of St Eilian
    In Llaneilian village, set in a large rectangular churchyard with stone boundary walls and two sets of gates to south and west.
  30. I The Holy Well and Cell Photos
    Set back, along a trackway, from the N side of a country road leading to the SE tip of the island at Black Point, or Trwyn Du, Penmon. The Holy Well and Cell are c50m NNE of the Priory Church of St S
  31. I Priory Church of St Seiriol Photos
    Slightly set back from the N side of a country road which leads down to the SE tip of the island at Black Point, or Trwyn Du, Penmon.
  32. I Remains of monastic settlement including tower and walls Photos
    Located in the central part of the small island of Priestholm, or Puffin Island, off the SE tip of the Isle of Anglesey.
  33. I Refectory at Penmon Priory Photos
    Slightly set back from the N side of a country road leading to the SE tip of the island at Black Point, or Trwyn Du, Penmon. The Refectory forms the S side of a cloister yard; abutted by the Priory ho
  34. I Menai Suspension Bridge (CROWN PROPERTY) Photos
    Spanning the Menai Straits to W of the city.
  35. I Hafotty
    Sat back, within private grounds, from the NW side of a country road which leads NNE off the B5109 towards Llanddona.
  36. I St Cybi's Church Photos
    In chuchyard overlooking inner harbour, entered by archway from Market Square.
  37. I Walls of upper churchyard Photos
    Between Stanley Street and Victoria Road enclosing St Gybi’s Church, and Capel-y-Bedd, entered by gateway from Market Square.

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