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Listed Buildings in Aberporth, Ceredigion

  1. II Blaenannerch Calvinistic Methodist Chapel and Vestry
    Situated on N side of A487 in Blaenannerch village.
  2. II Capel Brynmair
    Situated approximately 1.6 km SE of Aberporth Bay on a minor road 500m S of B4333, Aberporth to Beulah road.
  3. II Church of St Cynwyl
    Situated on B4333, S of the centre of Aberporth.
  4. II Church of St David
    Situated 60m N of A487, the entrance 60m E of Lady Road to Llechryd.
  5. II Dolewen
    Situated on W side of Plas beach (also known as Dolewen beach), approached from Pentraeth.
  6. II Jenkins Monument and Railings to W of the Church of St Cynwyl
    Situated immediately W of W end of St Cynwyl's Church; on B4333, S of the centre of Aberporth.
  7. II Milestone on A487 at Blaenannerch
    Situated to S of A487 at Blaenannerch approximately 400m E of B4333 to Aberporth.
  8. II Milestone on A487 at Blaenporth
    Situated to S of A487 at Blaenporth approximately 300m E of Lady Road to LLechryd.
  9. II Rhyd Isaf
    Just off the N side of the A487, alongside a lane leaving the main road at an angle, on the edge of a small cluster of houses, some 1km east of the main settlement of Blaenporth.
  10. II Three Monuments at SW Corner of Churchyard of Church of St Cynwyl
    Situated at SW corner of churchyard of St Cynwyl's Church; on B4333, S of the centre of Aberporth.
  11. II Ty Mawr
    Situated on W side of Aberporth, 60m down a cul-de-sac off Pentraeth.

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