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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Anglesey

  1. II* Church of St. Beuno
    Located within an enclosed churchyard, set back from the S side of Church Street, in the SW part of Aberffraw.
  2. II* Church of St. Cwyfan Photos
    In an isolated location on an island c. 150m off the coast at Porth Cwyfan and reached by a rough causeway at low tide; the churchyard has been raised and is enclosed by a retaining rubble wall.
  3. II* Church of St Eleth
    Set back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the E side of Queen Street in the centre of the town of Amlwch.
  4. II* Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, St Winifred Photos
    In an elevated position, set back from the N side of the A5025 on the way out to Porth Llechog (Bull Bay).
  5. II* Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones
    Set back, within private grounds, from the SW side of Ffordd Tanybryn in Pentrefelin.
  6. II* Red Hill
    Reached by private drive on the S side of the B5109 approximately 1.5km W of Beaumaris town centre.
  7. II* Beaumaris Courthouse Photos
    On the E side of Mona Place directly opposite Beaumaris Castle.
  8. II* Ye Olde Bull's Head Inn including attached rear range Photos
    On the corner of Castle Street and Rating Row.
  9. II* Tudor Rose Photos
    Fronting the street in a block of buildings between Church Street and Rating Row.
  10. II* Bishopsgate Hotel & Restaurant Photos
    On the corner of Castle Street and Steeple Lane.
  11. II* Liverpool Arms Hotel Photos
    Fronting the street in the block of buildings near the W end of Castle Street between Gadlys Lane and Steeple Lane.
  12. II* George and Dragon Hotel Photos
    Fronting the street and set back from the junction with Castle Street.
  13. II* Royal Anglesey Yacht Club, Green Edge
    At the E end of the terrace, with its front facing NE in view of the castle.
  14. II* Baron Hill
    In extensive grounds although now obscured by woodland, in a prominent position overlooking Beaumaris Castle, approximately 0.9km NW of Beaumaris town centre, on the N side of the B5109.
  15. II* Green Edge
    Set back from the street and at the W end of the terrace, on the corner with Mona Place.
  16. II* Green Edge
    In a terrace set back from the street.
  17. II* Green Edge
    In a terrace set back from the street.
  18. II* Green Edge
    In a terrace set back from the street.
  19. II* Green Edge
    In a terrace set back from the street.
  20. II* Presaddfed
    Located 1.5km ENE of Bodedern, near the S tip of Llyn Llywenan. Reached via a single track driveway.
  21. II* Church of St. Edeyrn Photos
    Situated on the N side of Church Street in the centre of the village of Bodedern.
  22. II* Bodorgan
    Located in the heart of private estate grounds at the W side of, and overlooking, the Malltraeth estuary. Formal terraced garden to E. The house lies c. 3.5km SE of Aberffraw and c. 1.5km S of the A4
  23. II* Caerau
    In an isolated rural location set back from the W side of the country road between Llanfairynghornwy and Cemlyn; c750m NW of the Church of St Mary at Llanfairynghornwy.
  24. II* Church of St Rhwydrys
    In an isolated rural location near the coast at Cemlyn. The churchyard is reached via a trackway leading SW from the farmtrack to Tyn Llan farm, and then via a footpath across a field.
  25. II* Skerries Lighthouse with associated buildings and enclosure walls Photos
    Towards the S end of The Skerries Islands, at their highest point. 11.5km N of Holyhead.
  26. II* Detached former Keeper's Dwelling at Skerries Lighthouse
    On low ground N of the lighthouse.
  27. II* Church of St Padrig
    In an isolated coastal location NW of the village of Cemaes Bay. The church is reached by a country road leading N off the A5025 E of Cemaes Bay.
  28. II* Plas Coch Photos
    Standing in parkland 600m NW of the parish church of St. Edwen.
  29. II* Church of St Michael
    In an isolated rural location under the E slopes of Bwrdd Arthur, to NE of Llanddona.
  30. II* Church of St Iestyn
    In an isolated rural location, set back from a country lane leading E out of the village of Llanddona.
  31. II* Church of St Dyfnan
    In a rural location, set back from the N side of the B5109; NE of Talwrn and W of Pentraeth.
  32. II* Church of St Gwenllwyfo Photos
    Set back, within an irregularly shaped churchyard, from the W side of a country road between Nebo and Traeth Dulas; to the SW of the former Llys Dulas estate.
  33. II* Church of St. Eugrad
    In an isolated rural location within an oval churchyard set back from the SW side of a lane leading to the house and home farm at Parciau, W of Marian glas.
  34. II* Parciau dovecote
    In an isolated rural location, set back from the W side of the lane leading to the house and home farm at Parciau; to W of Marian glas
  35. II* Carreglwyd
    In an isolated location set within park and woodland. The house forms the centre to the Carreglwyd estate and is set back from the N and E sides of the Porth Swtan road, leading NE off the A5025.
  36. II* Church of St Maethlu
    Set back from the NE side of the Porth Swtan road, leading NE off the A5025 through the village of Llanfaethlu.
  37. II* Gronant
    Located at the end of a long trackway leading off the NE side of the A5025, N of Llanfachraeth. Gronant is reached via a driveway to the R of the access track, immediately before the farm entrance.
  38. II* Capel Ebeneser and chapel house (formerly Capel Cildwrn)
    Located at the brow of a hill at the W end of Llangefni, set at right angles to the N side of Ffordd Cildwrn with graveyard to front; c.600m W of the church of St. Cyngar.
  39. II* Moriah Calvinistic Methodist Chapel including forecourt wall and gates
    Set back, behind a railed forecourt, from the E side of the A5114 Glanhwfa Road. The chapel is located directly N of the Shire Hall and is c.400m SSE of the church of St. Cyngar.
  40. II* Tros-y-marian
    Set back, within private grounds, from the N side of a country road running between Penmon and Glan-yr-afon, N of the village of Llangoed; c0.6km N of the Church of St Cawdraf.
  41. II* Priory House 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 Priory House forms the W side of a cloister yard; linking the Church to
  42. II* Castell Aberlleiniog
    In an isolated location, along a trackway, to the N and W of a country road leading to Penmon; to the W of the village of Llangoed. The structure is to the N side of the Afon Lleiniog c0.5km from the
  43. II* Tros-y-gors
    Situated to E of B 5109 through Llangoed; reached from N end of the village along lane and then short private track. Faces N; rubble forecourt wall.
  44. II* Dovecote and barn at Penmon Priory Photos
    Set at the S side of a country road leading to the SE tip of the island at Black Point, or Trwyn Du, Penmon.
  45. II* St. Nidan's Church (Old Church) Photos
    Set within a stone walled circular churchyard, 20m N of Llanidan House, and c750m SE of the new Church of St. Nidan.
  46. II* Llanidan Hall
    Located 20m S of the Church of St. Nidan (old church), c1.2 km E of Brynsiencyn, set within a boundary wall.
  47. II* Plas Bodewryd
    Set back from the NE side of the country road in the rural hamlet of Bodewryd, c3km ESE of Llanfechell. Plas Bodewryd lies c200m due N of the Church of St Mary.
  48. II* Church of St Mechell
    Set within an irregularly shaped churchyard at the N side of the crossroads in the centre of the village of Llanfechell.
  49. II* Corn Mill at Felin Gafnan
    In an isolated rural location near the coast at Porth y Felin. Set back from the N side of the country road running along the N coast of the island at Cemlyn Bay. The mill is located c2.25km E of th
  50. II* Church of St. Tysilio
    Located towards the south end of Church Island to the west of Menai Bridge. The island is reached by a causeway and the churchyard is enclosed by a low rubble wall with wrought iron gates at the entr
  51. II* The Cambria
    Near the foot of Menai Bridge on the E side, overlooking the Menai Straits, on the NW side of Cambria Road, leading from Beach Road.
  52. II* Capel Mawr Presbyterian Chapel
    Prominently sited on the corner of Chapel Street and New Street.
  53. II* Church of St Michael Photos
    In a rural location set back from the S side of a country road leading S from the village of Brynrefail towards Mynydd Bodafon; located S of the junction with another country road leading W.
  54. II* Church of St Tyfrydog
    Located within a circular churchyard to W side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog.
  55. II* Range including cornbarn, granary, threshing room and lofted cowhouse at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The corn barn range is to the W of the farmhouse.
  56. II* Range including cowhouse, stables, coach house, smithy and poultry house at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The cowhouse, stables and coach house range is located to the
  57. II* Range including pigsties, laundry, slaughter house, cartsheds and coalshed at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The pigsty, laundry and slaughter house range is located NE o
  58. II* Hammels at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The hammels are located to E of the farmhouse.
  59. II* Church of St Peter
    Set back from the road, within an enclosed churchyard, at the west side of the village.
  60. II* Church of St Ceinwen
    Located within an enclosed churchyard on the NW side of a right-angle corner of the A4080, c800m W of the village of Dwyran and c1.5km E of Newborough.
  61. II* Prichard Jones Institute
    Set back from the NW side of Pen-dref Street, within grounds also housing 6 cottage homes built to front of the Institute, c650m NE of the Church of St Peter in Newborough.
  62. II* Melin Llynon Photos
    Set back from the N side of a country road leading W from the village of Llanddeusant, the mill is located c500m W of the Church of St Marcellus and St Marcellinus.
  63. II* Church of St Afran, St Ieuan and St Sannan
    In an isolated rural location set within a sub-rectangular churchyard W of the farmstead at Ty-mawr. Set well back from the SW side of a country road, the church is located c1.5km NW of the new churc
  64. II* Melyn Hywel
    Set back from the N side of the country road between the villages of Llanddeusant and Llantrisant, the mill is located c950m SE of the Church of St Marcellus and St Marcellinus in the village of Lland
  65. II* Tre'r Ddol
    In an isolated rural location, reached by private trackway leading N of a country road W of Llechcynfarwy; the house is located c1km ENE of the Church of St Cynfarway
  66. II* Church of St Pabo Photos
    Set within a circular churchyard at the SE side of a country road between Llechcynfarwy and Carreglefn.
  67. II* Church of St Sadwrn Photos
    Set back from the E side of the road through the village of Llansadwrn.
  68. II* Plas Rhianfa Photos
    Set back from the SE side of the A545 Beaumaris Road out of Menai Bridge towards Beaumaris.
  69. II* Holyhead Breakwater Photos
    Enormous Z-plan breakwater (2.4km long) stretches into Holyhead bay from Soldier’s Point, NW of town centre.
  70. II* Kingsland Windmill Photos
    Prominent building set within a modern housing estate reached W off B4545 approximately 1km south of Holyhead town centre.
  71. II* Harbour Office
    Situated within the security zone of the Port of Holyhead, facing south across the inner harbour that is now the ferry terminal. Adjacent to Customs House.
  72. II* George IV Arch
    Situated within the security zone of the Port of Holyhead, to the east of the Harbour Office and Customs House and facing the end of the Admiralty Pier.
  73. II* Glyn
    In an isolated rural location at the end of a private driveway off a country road, which leads W off the A5025 to the S of Benllech.
  74. II* Church of St Mary
    Slightly set back and at right angles to the E side of country road leading off the B5110 to the NE of the village of Brynteg.
  75. II* Plas Penmynydd
    In an isolated rural location, set back from the N side of the B5420 NW of Penmynydd.
  76. II* Lewis Rogers Almshouses
    Set at right angles to the S side of the B5420 in the centre of the village of Penmynydd; No 1 is located nearest the road, at the N (R) end of the range.
  77. II* Church of St Gredifael
    Set back from the E side of the junction between two country roads to the N of the village of Penmynydd.
  78. II* Lewis Rogers Almshouses
    Set at right angles to the S side of the B5420 in the centre of the village of Penmynydd.
  79. II* Lewis Rogers Almshouses
    Set at right angles to the S side of the B5420 in the centre of the village of Penmynydd.
  80. II* Lewis Rogers Almshouses
    Set at right angles to the S side of the B5420 in the centre of the village of Penmynydd.
  81. II* Lewis Rogers Almshouse
    Set at right angles to the S side of the B5420 in the centre of the village of Penmynydd.
  82. II* Plas Gwyn
    Set back, within private grounds, between the A5025 and the B5109 SW of Pentraeth.
  83. II* Ty Fry Photos
    Set back, within private grounds, from the NW side of a country road leading W off the A5025 through the small hamlet of Rhoscefnhir.

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