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Listed Buildings in Clyro, Powys

  1. II Adjoining Post Office Stores
    Central village location fronting the through road. Lies opposite lychgate to churchyard.
  2. II* Ashbrook House (The Kilvert Gallery)
    Lies at north-east end of Clyro village. Prominent position fronting main through road. Clyro brook runs through a culvert on the south side of the property.
  3. II Attached Barn to Wern y Pentre
    Lies 1.5km north of Clyro village fronting by-road, on the lower slopes of Clyro Hill.
  4. II Attached chapel cottage (also known as Rookwood Cottage)
    Situated on sloping site approximately 100 metres south-east of the A 438 and 2km north-east of Clyro.
  5. II* Attached Gateway North of Clyro Court Farmhouse
    Set at a slight angle alongside the service road to Clyro Court Farm from the village of Clyro.
  6. II Barn at Cabalva Farm
    Set in the slope at the far end of the farmyard to north-east of Cabalva Farmhouse. Cabalva Farm is approximately 3km north-east of Clyro.
  7. II Barn at right angles to Little Gwernfythen Farmhouse
    At right angles to the south of the farmhouse and attached to granary block.
  8. II Barn at Upper Bettws Farm
    Below the farmhouse to west and set into the slope.
  9. II* Barn Range North of Clyro Court Farmhouse
    Set at a slight angle alongside the service road to Clyro Court Farm from the village of Clyro.
  10. II Baskerville Arms Hotel Photos
    At the north-east end of the village opposite Ashbrook House (The Kilvert Gallery).
  11. II* Baskerville Hall Hotel (formerly known as Clyro Court)
    Elevated position above A438 Hereford to Brecon road 1km south-west of Clyro village. Reached along private gated drive.
  12. II Bronydd Baptist Chapel
    Situated on sloping site approximately 100 metres south-east of the A 438 and 2km north-east of Clyro.
  13. II Cabalva Farm Farmhouse
    Set below the main road approximately 3km north-east of Clyro and to south-west of Cabalva House. Faces across the Wye valley.
  14. II* Cabalva House
    Set in its own grounds and reached via a private drive off a now by-passed section of the old A438. Approximately 4km north-east of Clyro with broad views to east over the Wye valley.
  15. II Cae-Mawr
    Lies 400 metres south-west of Clyro village in terraced grounds. Approached via private drive off the main road.
  16. II Cartshed and Cidermill at Upper Bettws Farm
    Set back at the west end of the farmhouse, adjoining the northern corner of the extreme left hand cross range. Facing south.
  17. II* Church of Holy Trinity (Chapel of ease to St Michael and All Angels, Clyro) Photos
    Isolated position 4km north east of Clyro, and 1.5km west of Rhydspence.
  18. II* Church of Saint Michael and All Angels
    Orientated south west/north east in rubble-walled subcircular churchyard in village centre.
  19. II Cil-y-Bleiddiau (former Stables and Coach-House to Clyro Court)
    Situated 400 metres to north of house reached by a branch off the private gated drive.
  20. II Courtyard Outbuildings to rear of Rookwood
    Below the main road, 2+ km north east of Clyro.
  21. II Cowhouse at Upper Bettws Farm
    Below the farmhouse to E and set into the slope.
  22. II Little Gwernfythen Farmhouse
    Isolated position 2km north of Clyro village, on the lower slopes of Clyro hill.
  23. II Lower Wern y Pentre
    Lies 1.5km north of Clyro village fronting by-road, on the lower slopes of Clyro Hill.
  24. II Milestone
    Set against the stone boundary wall to Ashbrook House in the village centre.
  25. II Milestone
    At the side of the main A438 approximately 2km north-east of Clyro village.
  26. II Milestone
    Situated on north side of redundant length of A438 (now by-passed) 4km north east of Clyro, close to Cabalva Farm.
  27. II No 16, the Village Clyro,,,,,powys, Photos
    Picturesque cottage pair lying at right angles to the road opposite the churchyard lychgate.
  28. II No 17, the Village Clyro,,,,,powys, Photos
    Picturesque cottage pair lying at right angles to the road opposite the churchyard lychgate.
  29. II No 20, the Village Clyro,,,,,powys,
    Situated opposite the south-west end of the churchyard in centre of village.
  30. II No 21, the Village Clyro,,,,,powys,
    Situated opposite the south-west end of the churchyard in centre of village.
  31. II No 25, the Village Clyro,,,,,powys,
    On the edge of the village centre overlooking the churchyard on the opposite bank of the Clyro Brook.
  32. II No 26, the Village Clyro,,,,,powys,
    On the edge of the village centre overlooking the churchyard on the opposite bank of the Clyro Brook.
  33. II Nos 4, 5 & 6 The Village
    Prominent village centre position facing south side of churchyard, below the road.
  34. II Old Vicarage
    Situated at the south-west end of the village centre, close to the junction with A438. Set back behind rubble garden wall.
  35. II Rookwood
    Below the main road, 2+ km north east of Clyro.
  36. II Rose Cottage
    Central village location fronting the through road. Lies opposite lychgate to churchyard.
  37. II Sacred Cottage
    Lies alongside a reputedly ancient lane, high up on the north west edge of the old part of the village.
  38. II Stables at Cabalva House
    Situated immediately to the south-west of Cabalva House which is set in its own grounds approximately 4km north-east of Clyro. Cobbled yard to the front.
  39. II Stock House
    At the south-west end of the village at right angles to Nos 4, 5 and 6 and with gable end facing the churchyard.
  40. II Summerhouse in grounds of Rookwood
    Lies 100 metres south-west of Rookwood, and close to the Bronydd Baptist Chapel.
  41. II Upper Bettws Farmhouse
    Isolated position high above Wye Valley approximately 3km north east of Clyro. Above the farmyard on sloping site.
  42. II Upper Cwmgwanon Farmhouse
    Isolated position 3 km west of Clyro village. Reached from a lane to west of Cwm-gwanon Dingle.
  43. II Wern Newydd Farmhouse
    Isolated position off the by-road leading from Clyro to Painscastle, 3km north west of Clyro village.
  44. II Wern-Fawr Farmhouse
    Isolated position 3km north west of Clyro village. Reached off a lane east of the Clyro to Painscastle by-road.

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