II*Faenol Fawr 500m W of the Bodelwyddan to Rhuddlan road, near NW corner of Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
II*Faenol-bach with Domestic Boundary Walls To S side of an unclassified road from Terfyn to Glan-y-morfa, 1km N of Bodelwyddan School. Domestic site separated from farmyard by a low wall; wall also at entrance
II*Church of St Stephen At the centre of Bodfari Village, approached by a lychgate and long flight of steps. The orientation of the church is north east, but conventional orientation is assumed in this description. Stone chu
II*Church of Saints Mael and Sulien In the village of Cwm, 0.5 km east of the Cwm (Dyserth to Rhuallt) road. Stone churchyard wall with gate at west. The Vicarage site encroaches on the churchyard at south, and shares the roadside wall.
II*Pentre Cwm At the fork of the Cwm Road and the minor road to Marian Cwm, near the southern fringe of the village of Dyserth. Terracing and retaining walls of site much altered in recent restorations. Former farm
II*Plas-is-llan About 1 km west of Cwm Parish Church. The house faces south to a small stone-walled forecourt, and is flanked by its barns
II*Pwllhalog farmhouse To the south-east corner of Pwllhalog farmstead, about 2 km east of Cwm Parish Church; the house is within a stone-walled enclosure.
II*Dyserth Hall At the corner of Ffordd Talargoch and Dyserth Road. Stone-walled forecourt with iron gate and rails; stone-walled drive from road. Garden to S and W, farmyard (now converted to domestic units) to N.
II*Church of St Bridget At the centre of the village of Dyserth, within a large churchyard. Stone churchyard wall with triangular coping; steel gates to west, north and south.
II*Church of St Melyd In the village of Meliden, at the north junction of Ffordd Talargoch with Meliden Road.
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 the community of Dyserth. Aligned with the centre of the S elevation of Bodrhyddan Hall.
II*The Old Palace Situated below the Cathedral to E on sloping site. Reached by drive near the bottom of the High Street; wooded grounds to W
II*Esgobty Farmhouse To SW of the cathedral, reached down farm road with farmyard to E; on sloping ground.
II*Brynbella To south west of Tremeirchion village in extensive private grounds. Approach at east side, landscaped park and garden terracing at west side.
II*Bach-y-graig Farmhouse About 2 km south-west of Tremerchion Parish Church. Bachygraig is approached from the Denbigh side by a private lane starting at Pont-y-Cambwll. Older farmyard buildings at left, terraced lawn at fron
II*Henblas Hall At west side of the B5429 Tremeirchion to Bodfari Road, 1 km south of Tremeirchion Parish Church
II*Church of Corpus Christi (Holy Trinity) In the village of Tremeirchion. The churchyard (extended 1864) is walled in similar stone without coping; gate to west, lychgate to south; war memorial to west.
II*Church of St Mary In the angle between Church Road and Chester Road (A5104), to the E of a large roundabout. Set in a large rectangular churchyard retaining some original boundary walling, the NW wall replaced when the
II*St Matthew's Church Situated in a churchyard off the E side of Church Road in the NE part of Buckley.
II*Church of St Michael At the centre of a large square churchyard on the SW side of the town, with the main entrance from Pen y Cefn Road.
II*Maes-y-coed Farmhouse Reached down a short farm road on the S side of the A541, just W of the junction of the A541 and B5122.
II*Old Court Fronting the road approximately 40m E of the junction with North and South Streets.
II*Brithdir Mawr Situated 2.5 km SW of Cilcain, reached from a minor road running W off the by road to Cilcain from Loggerheads.
II*Stable Block at Soughton Hall In a tree-lined enclosure to the SW of the house and facing N. The coach house range is attached at the NW corner.
II*Coach-house Range at Soughton Hall In a tree-lined enclosure to the SW of the house and attached to the stable block at the SE corner. Tall rubble retaining wall to N, beyond which are formal gardens.
II*Parkgate Farm Farmhouse and attached Shippon On the S edge of Northop and on a triangular site bound by roads. Reached by a narrow by-road which cuts off the NE angle of the triangle. The farmhouse faces E with shippon to N.
II*Plas Uchaf Set down and on the W side of the lane which runs N from Whitford to Tre Mostyn.
II*2 Gelli Fawr On the S side of a lane which runs NW from a roundabout on the A5151. The house, now divided, is set back from the road with long front gardens. To the rear, a boundary wall divides the rear gardens
II*Franciscan Friary Set back from the road in grounds and approached by driveways. The Church of St David adjoins to the R. A linking range to the L joins the friary with the guest house and includes the entrance to th
II*1 Gelli Fawr On the S side of a lane which runs NW from a roundabout on the A5151. The house, now divided, is set back from the road with long front gardens. To the rear, a boundary wall divides the rear gardens
II*Bryn Sion Approximately 0.75km NE of Afonwen and reached by private road on the W side of a minor road between Afonwen and Babell.
II*Pantgwynmawr Approximately 0.8km NNE of Ysceifiog church, on the NE side at the end of a lane N of a minor road between Ysceifiog and Lixwm.
II*Llwyn-erddyn Approximately 1.8km NNE of Lixwm and reached by private road W of a minor road between Lixwm and Brynford.
II*Colomendy Approximately 2km SSW of Ddol reached at the end of a minor road S of the A541.
II*Church of Saint Mary At right-angles to High Street, in churchyard which runs between High Street and School Lane.
II*Willington Cross Located off a lane from the cross-roads at Willington Cross, set in open fields and approached by a private drive.
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