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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Denbighshire

  1. I Holt Bridge Photos
    Spanning the broad River Dee which forms the boundary between Wales and England. Carries the main road, formerly the A 534, between Holt and Farndon
  2. I Kinmel
    Located on an elevated platform site, within extensive parkland, approximately 3 miles SE of Abergele. Access now by driveway off Primrose Hill, St George Village.
  3. I Llwyni Lodge, also known as the Golden Lodge and Gate Lodge
    The Lodge stands on the side of the A547 Rhuddlan Road at the inner S end of the avenue leading to Kinmel Hall, but now on the N margin of the main A55 Holyhead Road. The lodge stands on a slightly ra
  4. I Waterloo Bridge
    Spanning the Afon Conwy and carrying the A5 from Betws-y-Coed to Pentrefoelas.
  5. I Gwrych Castle including attached walls and towers and Stable Block. Photos
    About 2km W of centre of Abergele, set dramatically against a wooded hill slope; set back from and above B 4553.
  6. I Hafodunos Hall
    About 1km WSW of Llangernyw.
  7. I Church of St Nefydd and St Mary
    Prominently-located in the centre of the village within a raised and walled churchyard.
  8. I Parish Church of St Grwst Photos
    Beyond W end of Tan yr Eglwys, in churchyard overlooking Afon Conwy.
  9. I Pont Fawr
    Spans Afon Conwy opposite Victoria Hotel. Spans the boarder between Trefriw and Llanrwst Communities
  10. I Pont Fawr (Llanrwst Bridge) (Partly in the Community of Trefriw) Photos
    Spans Afon Conwy opposite Victoria Hotel.
  11. I Parish Church of St Marcella (also known as Whitchurch)
    Located in open countryside within Denbigh Green, approximately 1.6km SE of Denbigh; within its own rubble-walled churchyard. Also known as Whitchurch.
  12. I Town Wall, including North-East, Countess and Goblin Towers
    Defining the Old Town boundary in a long arc to the E of the castle and rising dramatically at the top of a wooded, craggy hill-slope.
  13. I Denbigh Castle Photos
    Prominently-sited at the southern end of the Old Town, with commanding views over the Vale of Clwyd.
  14. I Tower of St Hilary's Church Photos
    Located within the walls of the old town immediately N of and below the castle.
  15. I Leicester's Church (Remains)
    Located within the old walled town on Castle Hill, some 50m NE of the tower of St Hilary's Church.
  16. I Burgess Gate Photos
    On the northern side of the Old Town of Denbigh, at the lower end of the street.
  17. I Town Wall: Western Section
    Defining the old Town boundary, running W and S from the Burgess Gate to the site of the Exchequer Tower.
  18. I St Mary's Church
    At the centre of the village of Derwen.
  19. I Foxhall Newydd Photos
    Located at the southern edge of Foxhall Woods, some 250m W of Foxhall and 1km SE of Henllan; accessed via a track running W from Foxhall.
  20. I Church of St Garmon
    Situated in the centre of Llanarmon village.
  21. I Parish Church of St Meugan
    Located at the southern boundary of the community, some 1.5km SW of Llanbedr village and approximately 1.5km E of Ruthin; set within its own raised and partly revetted churchyard, with a particularly
  22. I Llangollen Bridge Photos
    Spanning the River Dee at the N end of the main street.
  23. I St.Collen's Parish Church Photos
    Towards the edge of the town centre; also reached from Chapel Street behind the Hand Hotel and Regent Street. In sloping churchyard.
  24. I Church of St Cynhafal
    Reached by a minor road east of Llangynhafal. The churchyard is circular, considerably raised above road level on the west, and partly surrounded by a rubble stone wall. War memorial set in west wall
  25. I Parish Church of St Dyfnog
    Picturesquely-sited in the village centre, set back from the road within its own walled churchyard.
  26. I Pillar of Eliseg
    The pillar is raised on a tumulus, approximately 50m from the road, and 400m N of Valle Crucis Abbey
  27. I Valle Crucis Abbey Photos
    The abbey lies in the lower Eglwyseg valley between the main road and the river, approximately 0.9km N of Llangollen.
  28. I Parish Church of St Saeran
    Located in the centre of the small village of Llanynys towards the north-eastern boundary of the community.
  29. I Ruthin Castle Photos
    In a raised position at the S end of the town, the entrance drive continuing S from Castle Street.
  30. I Nantclwyd House Photos
    Located in a block of buildings fronting Castle Street
  31. I Parish and Collegiate Church of St Peter
    Located off the N side of St Peter's Square, in the centre of Ruthin.
  32. I Bangor Bridge (Partly in Bangor-is-y-Coed Community)
    Situated at the end of the High Street crossing the River Dee.
  33. I Newbridge Lodge
    South-western entrance to the Park, on the W bank of the Dee immediately NW of New Bridge over the river.
  34. I Entrance Gates and Railings at Newbridge Lodge
    South-western entrance to the Park, on the W bank of the Dee immediately NW of New Bridge over the river.
  35. I Chirk Castle Photos
    The castle stands on a bluff overlooking and controlling the Ceiliog Valley. It is reached by Station Avenue running directly W from Chirk township.
  36. I Church of St Mary
    The parish church stands at the S end of the main street of Chirk, within its own graveyard, on the N edge of the valley of the Afon Ceiriog.
  37. I Chirk Castle Gates, Screen and Piers Photos
    The screen stands on the skyline at the Llwyn-y-Cil entrance to Chirk Castle Park at the end of Station Avenue, and set back from the right-angled bend.
  38. I Parish Church of St Giles Photos
    In enclosed churchyard, standing at southern boundary of town centre to rear of High Street, prominently sited above and valley of the River Gwenfro.
  39. I Church of St Mary, including churchyard walls and lych gate
    Situated in the church yard which is between Bridge Street and Church Street.
  40. I Trevor Hall
    Set in a wooded hillside location overlooking its own parkland and the eastern end of the vale of Llangollen.
  41. I Pontcysyllte Aqueduct Photos
    Located over the River Dee between Trevor and Froncysyllte.
  42. I Pont Cysylltau Photos
    Situated near a looping bend in River Dee between Trevor and Froncysyllte.
  43. I Church of St Silin
    At centre of Llansilin village. Stone-walled churchyard with iron gates at west to High Street; prominent War Memorial of Celtic Cross form; sundial.
  44. I Parish Church of All Saints Photos
    Set in rectangular churchyard at the centre of the village.
  45. I Parish Church of St Chad
    Set within a rectangular churchyard, at the end of a lane, and retaining good C19 monuments.
  46. I Erddig Photos
    Situated c3km W of Marchwiel, reached from a series of by-roads running E from the A483. Set within an extremely fine landscaped park of C17 and C18 character.

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