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Listed Buildings in Bodorgan, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Aberhoccwn
    Set at right angles to the N side of a country road leading from the A4080 to the western shore of the Malltraeth estuary; c.1km SE of the village of Hermon.
  2. II Agricultural range at Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf also known as Tre-Ddafydd-fawr
    Located W of the farmhouse of Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf, which is located on a minor road 1.2 km WNW of the village of Bethel.
  3. II Back Lodge at Bodorgan
    Set at the E side of the rear (NE) approach to the Bodorgan estate (the main approach to the Home farm); c. 600m NE of the main house at Bodorgan.
  4. II* Bodorgan
    Located in the heart of private estate grounds at the W side of, and overlooking, the Malltraeth estuary. Formal terraced garden to E. The house lies c. 3.5km SE of Aberffraw and c. 1.5km S of the A4
  5. II Bodorgan Railway Station, goods shed
    Located on the N side of the Chester to Holyhead railway, c. 1km SW of Bethel and opposite the Meyrick Hotel; the goods shed is at the NW end of the range.
  6. II Bodorgan Railway Station, main building
    Located on the N side of the Chester to Holyhead railway, c. 1km SW of Bethel and opposite the Meyrick Hotel; the main station building is at the SE end of the range.
  7. II Boiling house and Pigsty at Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf
    Located SSW of the farmhouse of Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf, which is located on a minor road 1.2 km WNW of the village of Bethel.
  8. II Cartshed at Bodorgan home farm
    The cartshed lies NW of the main courtyard range (barn, stables and cartsheds) at the NW entrance to Bodorgan home farm; c. 50m directly N of the main house at Bodorgan.
  9. II Cattle weigh-house at Bodorgan home farm
    Incorporated within the curtilage wall to the W of the main courtyard of Bodorgan home farm.
  10. II Cefn-Trefeiler
    Set back slightly from the W side of the B4422 at the northern end of the village of Bethel.
  11. II* Church of St. Beuno (Eglwys Beuno Sant)
    Located in the centre of the small hamlet of Trefdraeth; set back from the N side of the road leading E from Bethel.
  12. II Church of St. Cadwaladr, Meyrick memorial
    The memorial is located in the churchyard directly NW of the N chapel of the church of St. Cadwaladr in Llangadwaladr.
  13. I Church of St.Cadwaladr Photos
    Located within an enclosed rectangular churchyard (now extended to the SE); set back from the N side of the A4080 in the hamlet of Llangadwaladr.
  14. II Churchyard gate to Church of St. Cadwaladr
    Set at the W end of the S wall of the enclosed rectangular churchyard of the church of St. Cadwaladr; set back from the N side of the A4080 in Llangadwaladr.
  15. II Coach-house range at Bodorgan home farm
    Located immediately north of the main house at Bodorgan. The coach-house range forms the N side of the courtyard of the home farm.
  16. II Dovecote at Bodorgan home farm
    The dovecote lies directly S of the main courtyard range (barn, stables and cartsheds) at Bodorgan Home Farm; c. 50m directly N of the main house at Bodorgan.
  17. II Former corn barn and stable range of Bodorgan home farm
    Located immediately north of the main house at Bodorgan, forming the courtyard of the home farm group.
  18. II Front Lodge at Bodorgan
    Set at the W side of the main (N) approach to the Bodorgan estate; c. 1km N of the main house.
  19. II Front lodge gates at Bodorgan
    Set at the W side of the main (N) approach to the Bodorgan estate; c. 1km N of the main house.
  20. II Garden Cottage and attached garden wall
    Located within the eastern part of the Bodorgan estate, on the W shores of the Malltraeth estuary and c.350m directly E of the main house.
  21. II Garden terrace and water feature in front of Bodorgan Hall
    Formal terraced garden to the E of, and overlooked by, Bodorgan Hall, set above the deer park and with views over the Malltraeth estuary.
  22. II Gate piers and walls to east of Trefeilir
    Sited at the main entrance of the driveway to Trefeilir; slightly set back from the NW side of the B4422, NE of Bethel.
  23. II Gate piers to south of Trefeilir
    Slightly set back from the NW side of the B4422, NE of Bethel.
  24. II Glantraeth House
    In an isolated location, reached by private lane from the S side of the Trefdraeth to Llangaffo road; c. 500m SW of the church of St. Beuno at Trefdraeth. Walled garden to front with ornate iron gate
  25. II Kennels at Bodorgan home farm
    The kennels lie NW of the main courtyard range (barn, stables and cartsheds) at the NW entrance to Bodorgan Home Farm (to SE of the cartshed); c. 50m directly N of the main house at Bodorgan.
  26. II Llwynisgaw
    In a rural location set back from the SE side of a country road, running between Hermon and Aberffraw S of the A4080; c. 2km SW of the church of St. Cadwaladr.
  27. II Melin Hermon
    Set back from the N side of the A4080 at Hermon, c. 700m SE of the church of St. Cadwaladr in Llangadwaladr.
  28. II Old Rectory
    Slightly set back from the N side of the A4080 in Llangadwaladr; the rectory lies c. 50m S of the church of St. Cadwaladr.
  29. II Old School Photos
    Set back from the SW side of the A4080, directly opposite the junction with the B4422 to Bethel; lies c. 100m W of the church of St. Cadwaladr.
  30. II Pont Marquis Photos
    Spanning the Afon Cefni, carrying the Trefdraeth to Llangaffo road, c. 3km ENE of Malltraeth.
  31. II Privy block at Bodorgan home farm
    Located immediately north of the main house at Bodorgan, and S of the corn barn at Bodorgan home farm.
  32. II Railway Viaduct north of Malltraeth Photos
    Carrying the main Chester to Holyhead railway line over the Afon Cefni and flanking stretches of land across the Malltraeth Marsh; c. 750m NE of Malltraeth.
  33. II Sarn Lodge
    Located at the SE side of the junction of the A4080 with the road leading down to the Bodorgan estate; c. 1.65km N of the main house at Bodorgan.
  34. II Stables to NW of Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf also known as Treddafydd-fawr
    Stable block immediately NW of the farmhouse of Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf, which is located on a minor road 1.2 km WNW of the village of Bethel.
  35. II Stables to West of Trefeilir
    Located within private grounds, set back from the NW side of the B4422; NE of Bethel.
  36. II The Kennels
    Located alongside a minor road c. 800m WNW of Bodorgan. The kennels are reached via a short drive, with a small estate house in front (N) and a free-standing stable and cartshed to rear (S).
  37. II Tre-Ddafydd-uchaf also known as Treddafydd-fawr
    Located on a minor road 1.2 km WNW of the village of Bethel.
  38. II Treberfedd
    In an isolated rural location set well back from the W side of a country road, running between Hermon and Aberffraw S of the A4080; c. 2km SW of the church of St. Cadwaladr.
  39. II Treddafydd Isaf
    Set back from the E side of a country road, c. 1.5km NNW of Bethel and c. 0.5km SE of Soar.
  40. II Trefeilir
    Located within private grounds and set back from the NW side of the B4422, NE of Bethel.
  41. II Ty'n Llan
    Located in the centre of the small hamlet of Trefdraeth; set back from the N side of the road leading E from Bethel. The cottage is reached by a private lane and lies c. 50m SSE of the church of St.

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