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Listed Buildings in Cyffylliog, Denbighshire

  1. II Bont-uchel
    Located towards the eastern boundary of the community at the western end of the eponymous village; spanning the Afon Clywedog.
  2. II Bridge to E of Bont-uchel Chapel
    Spanning a tributary of the Afon Clywedog at the eastern end of Bont-uchel village.
  3. II Fachlwyd Farm
    Located approximately 1km SE of Cyffylliog village, SW of Fachlwyd Hall; accessed via a metalled track which runs NW from a lane leading S from an unclassified road which itself runs W-E from Cyffylli
  4. II* Farm outbuilding at Hengoed
    Between Bontuchel and Llanfwrog, about 200m N of bend in minor road. Aligned SW-NE facing farmhouse which is to SE.
  5. II Hearse-house at Church of St Mary Photos
    Located some 50m S of the parish church of St Mary, at the southern boundary of the churchyard.
  6. II Lychgate and Churchyard Walls at Church of St Mary Photos
    Defining the extent of the churchyard, the lychgate to the S of the church.
  7. II* Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Located in the centre of the village on the western banks of the Afon Clywedog; sited within its own rubble-walled churchyard featuring several good C18 and C19 chest tombs.
  8. II Pont Cyffylliog Photos
    Spanning the Afon Clywedog in the village centre, close to the school.
  9. II Pont Traws-afon
    Located towards the south-western boundary of the community within the Clocaenog forest; spanning the Nant Nilig some 200m SE of Nilig and carrying the main forest road.
  10. II Pyllau-Clai
    Located at the NE boundary of the community approximately 1km NW of Bont-uchel; accessed via a metalled lane running NE from a road running N from the bridge at Bont-Uchel.
  11. II Timber-framed Agricultural Building at Pistyll-Gwyn
    Located towards the eastern boundary of the community, approximately 0.5km SW of Bont-uchel; sited within the farmyard on a slight rise to the N of a lane running SW from Bont-Uchel; adjoining a range

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