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Listed Buildings in Cerrigydrudion, Conwy

  1. II Alwen Dam
    The dam is placed across the valley of the Afon Alwen, approximately 4km N of Cerrigydrudion.
  2. II Barn and Carthouse opposite Hafod y Maidd including attached pigsties
    Hafod y Maidd farm lies approximately 400m due N of Glasfryn village. The farm building forms the N side of the large farmyard on the N side of the house. The pigsties are attached at the W end, for
  3. II Barn in the outer yard SW of Llaethwryd
    The barn is located at right angles to the previous barn, and W of the cartshed; to SW of the farmhouse.
  4. II Barn N of the cartshed at Llaethwryd
    This is the main barn at Llaethwryd and stands E of the farmhouse, at right angles to the second barn, the E yard enclosed by a 2-bay storehouse and a dog house.
  5. II Building at right angles to the farmhouse at Llaethwryd
    The building is attached at its S corner to the N corner of Llaethwryd main farmhouse, and extends at right angles to enclose the main front forecourt at the farm.
  6. II Carthouse at Hafod y Maidd
    Hafod y Maidd farm is located approximately 400m due N of Glasfryn. The carthouse stands at right angles, to the N of the earlier farmbuildings around the yard, and faces E over the driftway to the f
  7. II Cartshed and Stabling SW of Llaethwryd
    The cartshed stands parallel and at the rear of Llaethwryd farmhouse, on the SW side.
  8. II Cerrigydrudion War Memorial Photos
    The memorial stands at the N end of the central square, outside Lloyds Bank, and at the junction of the Llyn Brenig and Llanfihangel Roads.
  9. II Church of St Mary Magdalene Photos
    The parish church is set in a near circular churchyard on the S side of the village centre.
  10. II Cowhouse, Yards and Stable at Hafod y Maidd
    Hafod y Maidd is a large farm lying 400m due N of Glasfryn. The cowhouse is located behind and to the E of the farmhouse; facing downhill.
  11. II Hafan Prys Almshouses Photos
    The almshouses stand on a raised bank on the SE side of the southern part of the central square of the village, facing the church.
  12. II Hafod y Maidd Farmhouse including attached farm building at the W end
    The farmhouse stands at the top of a farm road, approximately 400m due N of Glasfryn, and forms the SW side of the farmyard, with a return at the W end.
  13. II* Llaethwryd
    The large farm is located S of the Holyhead Road, between the Cwm-penanner road and the minor road running S, and approximately 1400m SW of the village centre.
  14. II Llechwedd-llyfn
    The farm is located on a S facing slope below Craig-yr-iyrchen, NE of Cefn-brith. It is reached by a former track off the minor road along the Nant-y-foel valley to the S, and across farmland from Ty
  15. II Melin y Bwlch
    The mill is located on a minor road just off the road to Llanfihangel, approximately 700m from the centre of Cerrigydrudion.
  16. II Milestone Photos
    Beside the Holyhead Road, immediately S of the village, opposite the Saracen's Head Hotel.
  17. II Morris Monument in the churchyard of the Church of St Mary Magdalene Photos
    The monument is set in the churchyard, approximately 3m from the chancel on the N side of the church.
  18. II Pair of Williams Chest Tombs in the churchyard of the Church of St Mary Magdalene Photos
    The chest tombs are set side by side in the churchyard, at the SW corner of the church porch.
  19. II Pont Tai'n-rhos, also known as Pont yr Ebach, (partly in Llangwm Community)
    The bridge carries the road from Cerrigydrudion to the SW, over the Afon Ceirw, on the southern boundary of the community.
  20. II Pont Ty'n-y-rhyd Photos
    The bridge carries the minor road to the Cwm Penanner over the Afon Nug, 350m SW of the village centre.
  21. II Pont-y-rhuddfa
    The bridge lies below the Brenig dam, on the lane running N of Pentre-llyn-cymmer.
  22. II Pont-yr-Alwen
    The bridge is located on a bend of the old road from Cerrigydrudion to Llyn Brenig and Denbigh, at the crossing of the Afon Brenig.
  23. II Table Tomb in the churchyard of the Church of St Mary Magdalene Photos
    The tomb is located in the churchyard, approximately 2m SW of the Geeler Chapel.

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