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Listed Buildings in Aberffraw, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Aberffraw Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    Slightly set back from the W side of Chapel Street, with an enclosed yard to front (N), and c. 225m NNE of the church of St. Beuno, Aberffraw. The chapel house and earlier schoolroom range is directl
  2. II Aberffraw Calvinistic Methodist Schoolroom and Chapel House
    With entrances leading directly onto W side of Chapel Street, the schoolroom lies directly N of the adjacent Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (the chapel house abutting the S end of the schoolroom range),
  3. I Chapel of St. Mary (Tal-y-llyn) and churchyard walls
    In an isolated location at the E side of a country lane c. 4.25km NE of Aberffraw and c. 3.75km SW of Gwalchmai; the chapel lies within an enclosed circular churchyard.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. II Llangwyfan-isaf Photos
    In an isolated location, set back from a minor road leading off the S side of the A4080, c. 2km WNW of Aberffraw.
  7. II Pendref Photos
    Located at the SW end of Church Street, c. 25m NE of the church of St. Beuno in Aberffraw.
  8. II Pont Aberffraw Photos
    Spanning the Afon Ffraw at the eastern side of Aberffraw, the bridge is located at the E end of Bridge Street.
  9. II Retaining Wall for Church of St. Cwyfan Photos
    Aberffraw
  10. II Seion Methodist Chapel, including railings to forecourt Photos
    Set back slightly, within an enclosed oval yard, from the SE side of the junction of Bridge Street with Bodorgan Square, c. 200m NE of the church of St. Beuno in Aberffraw.
  11. II Tal-y-llyn
    In an isolated location set back from the NW side of a country lane c. 5 km NE of Aberffraw and c. 3 km SW of Gwalchmai.
  12. II Telephone Call Box on Crossroads opposite Ty Hir
    On north side of cross roads on minor road between Aberffraw and Gwalchmai, south-east of the hamlet of Dothan.
  13. II The Eagles
    Located on the E side of Church Street, just S of Bodorgan Square and c.125m NE of the Church of St. Beuno in Aberffraw.
  14. II Ty Croes signal-box and attached station range
    Located on the SE side of the T-junction; directly on the N side of the level crossing at Ty Croes.
  15. II Ty Hir
    Slightly set back from the SE side of a country road running from Aberffraw to Gwalchmai, close to a crossroads with former smithy and Post Office; c. 1.6km NE of the Chapel of St. Mary at Tal-y-llyn.
  16. II Tyn Rhos Uchaf
    Set back from the NW side of a country road c. 500m SW of Soar and c. 4km NE of Aberffraw.
  17. II Tyn Towyn Photos
    In an isolated location set back from the W side of the A4080 Aberffraw to Rhosneigr road. The cottage is set in an elevated position at the SE side of Porth Nobla.

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