II*Berth-Lwyd Located on the northern slopes of the Nantmor valley, some 3km NE of Nantmor; accessed via an unmetalled track leading W off the unclassified road running SW from Nantgwynant.
IIBethania Chapel Located prominently by the side of the main road in Bethania and raised up on a revetted, sloped terrace with simple fleur-de-lis railings surmounting the wall in front of the chapel; adjoining the fo
IIBuarthau Located in the centre of the Nanmor valley in a field E of the river and in the shadow of the Moel Goch; accessed via a track running E from the unclassified road that traverses the valley. Set behin
IIBwlch Gwernog Located at the crossroads between the Nanmor valley road (leading northwards to Bethania) and the road from Nantmor to Garreg; at right-angles to the latter and with the former to its rear.
IICae Dafydd Located on the E side of the Nantmor Valley, c2km from the junction of the valley road with the A4085 SE of Beddgelert.
II*Capel Anwes Located high up on the W slopes of the Nanmor valley, above the Dolfriog woods, approximately 2km E of Nantmor village; located in a field and accessed via a lane leading NE off the unclassified road
IICowhouse at Hafod y Llan Situated at the foot of Cwm y Llan between Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynant. The cowhouse encloses the yard to the NW.
IICwm Cloch Ganol Located approximately 1km W of Beddgelert village, with the Nant Cwmcloch to its rear and adjoining Cwm Cloch Uchaf to the N; accessed via a farmtrack from the Pont Alyn.
IICwm Cloch Uchaf Located approximately 1km W of Beddgelert village, with the Nant Cwmcloch to its rear and adjoining Cwm Cloch Ganol to the S; accessed via a farmtrack from the Pont Alyn.
II*Cwm Dyli Power Station Located towards the northern boundary of the community in an isolated site on the E side of the Afon Cynnyd, at the end of the Glaslyn valley; accessed via a long track continuing on from the old vall
IIDinas Ddu Located towards the southern boundary of the community approximately 1km S of Pont Aberglaslyn; set back from the road and raised up against a hill slope, with revetted, ramped access.
IIDolfriog Situated on the W side of the Nanmor Valley accessed by a long drive from the lane that runs SE from Nantmor; the house is c1km E of Nantmor.
IIFicerdy Situated towards the NW edge of the village above the A4085.
IIField Cowhouse at Garneddi Located in an upland setting approximately 50m SW of Garneddi and roughly 1km E of Nantmor village; accessed via a long gated lane leading NE from the Nantmor to Garreg road.
IIField Cowhouse at Tan-y-Rhiw-Newydd Set back from the main road on a slight rise immediately to the S of Tan-y-Rhiw Newydd terrace, at the northern extremity of Beddgelert village.
IIField Cowhouse NE of Llyndy Isaf Located on the brow of a hill to the NE of Llyndy Isaf farm, approximately 750m S of Bethania; accessed via a track running SW from the road leading from Bethania to the Nanmor valley.
IIGardd-Llygaid-y-Dydd (Old House) Located to the rear of the C19 farmhouse of the same name, approximately 1.2km SE of Nantmor village; sited with its gable end into the hill slope. Accessed via a farm track leading SW from an unclas
IIGelert's Grave Located in a field approximately 350m SW of St Mary's Church, in an oval enclosure with plain modern railings.
II*Gwastad Annas (Old House) Located towards the NE boundary of the community, at the northern end of the Glaslyn valley; sited to the rear of and below the present late C19 farmhouse and accessed via the old valley road running
IIHafod Garegog Located at the southern boundary of the community to the SW of the road from Garreg to Nantmor; accessed via a private lane leading off the road to the SW and approached through a former farmyard, now
II*Hafod Lwyfog Located on the SE side of the Gwynant valley near the upper (NE) end of Llyn Gwynant, and accessed from the road via a short track; set behind low rubble forecourt walls with slate-flagging in front a
IIHafod-y-Llan Located on the NW side of the Afon Glaslyn set back a quarter of a kilometer from the road between Bethania and the Llyn Gwynant; at the end of a lane running parallel with the main road and immediate
IIHafod-y-Rhisk (or Hafod Rhisgl) Located towards the northern boundary of the community on the W side of the Afon Cynnyd within the Glaslyn valley; accessed via the old valley road.
IIHaybarn at Hafod y Llan Situated at the foot of Cwm y Llan (between Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynant). The haybarn is set immediately outside the main farmyard, behind the cowhouses.
IIOerddwr-Isaf Located towards the SW boundary of the community on an elevated site high above the Aberglaslyn woods, approximately 2km SW of Nantmor; sited against a rocky outcrop 100m E of Plas Oeddwr; accessed fr
IIOerddwr-Uchaf Located high up on an isolated hillside site NW of the Pen-y-Gaer hillfort, approximately 2.5km W of Nantmor; accessed via a long unmetalled track running NW from a part-metalled lane leading NW from
II*Parish Church of St Mary Located in the village centre at the end of the lane and set within its own walled churchyard.
IIPont Bethania Spanning the Afon Glaslyn approximately 2.5km NE of Beddgelert village and carrying the old turnpike road; immediately SE of the modern road bridge.
IIPont Rhyd-ceffylau Located towards the western boundary of the community within the Beddgelert forest and spanning the Afon Hafod-Ruffydd-Isaf; approximately 0.5km W of the A 4085, carrying the pre-turnpike road.
IIPont Talyrni Located towards the southern boundary of the community, and carrying the A 4085 accross the Afon Nanmor.
IIPrince Llewelyn Hotel Prominently-located on the N side of the main village street diagonally opposite Beddgelert bridge.
IIStable and Cartshed at Hafod y Llan At the foot of Cwm y Llan in Nant Gwynant (between Llyn Dinas and Llyn Gwynant). The haybarn is set on the SW side of the yard, beyond the cowhouses.
IISygyn Bach Located on the slope of a hill 0.5km E of Pont-y-Felin at the NE boundary of Beddgelert village; accessed via an unclassified lane running E from the bridge. Set into the hillslope behind low rubble
IIWernlas-Deg In the Colwyn Valley, above the A4085 on its E side, c1.5km NW of Beddgelert.
IIY Bwthyn Located approximately 50m NW of Peniel Chapel.
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