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Listed Buildings in Dolwyddelan, Conwy

  1. II Agricultural Range SW of Glyn Lledr.
    Located at the end of a short track some 150m SW of Glyn Lledr, at the eastern boundary of the community; accessed via the Ty Mawr lane from the Pont-ar-Lledr.
  2. II Bridge and Causeway to Former Quarry at Chwarel-y-Fedw.
    Located some 1500m NE of Dolwyddelan village, between the main road (A 470) and the railway track, on the SE bank of the river Lledr.
  3. II Bryn Mwllach
    Set against a low rock outcrop approximately 750m SW of the Lledr railway station on the S side of the river; accessed via a long metalled track running SW from the Pont-y-Pant.
  4. II Bryn-moel
    Located approximately 1.5km NE of Dolwyddelan village, reached off the NW side of the main Llanrwst to Blaenau Ffestiniog road (A 470); accessed via a part-metalled lane.
  5. II Capel Isaf
    At right-angles to the street immediately beyond Pont-y-Llan and overlooking the railway station to the N.
  6. II Carthouse SW of Glyn Lledr
    Located at the end of a short track some 150m SW of Glyn Lledr, at the eastern boundary of the community; accessed via the Ty Mawr lane from the Pont-ar-Lledr. The carthouse is immediately S of the ag
  7. I Church of St. Gwyddelan
    In the centre of the village, set back slightly within a low rubble-walled churchyard and surrounded by mature trees.
  8. II Cwm Fynhadog-Isaf
    At the end of the valley where the Afon Lledr originates, some 3.5km SW of Blaenau Dolwyddelan, and some 250m N of the Blaenau railway tunnel entrance; accessed via a long farm track leading SW from a
  9. I Dolwyddelan Castle
    Strikingly located overlooking the modern road on a dramatic eminence 1.5km W of Dolwyddelan village.
  10. II Former Dairy-house at Bryn Mwllach
    Located some 100m SE of, and behind Bryn Mwllach, set against a rock outcrop by a stream.
  11. II Former House and Byre at Dol-y-Mur Goch
    Set into the slope of a rise, facing the railway some 500m SW of the Pont-y-Pant railway station; immediately to the SE of Dol-y-Mur Goch, with the lane running behind it. Accessed via a metalled lan
  12. II Moriah Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    Dramatically-sited in the centre of the streetscape; raised up and set back from the main road on a revetted bank.
  13. II Nos 1and 2 Tan-y-Castell
    Located immediately to the S of the road and slightly below its level, some 300m E of Dolwyddelan Castle.
  14. II* Pont Gethin
    Spanning the Lledr valley dramatically at the western boundary of the community with that of Betws-y-Coed and spanning the A 470 Llanrwst to Dolwyddelan road; partly in Betws-y-Coed community.
  15. II Pont Sarn-Ddu (also known as 'Roman Bridge')
    Spanning the Afon Lledr and carrying the road from Dolwyddelan to Blaenau Dolwyddelan some 300m N of Roman Bridge railway station.
  16. II Pont-y-Llan
    Spanning the Afon Lledr in the centre of the village, between the parish church and the school.
  17. II Stable Block at Cwm Fynhadog-Isaf
    Immediately to the SW of Cwm Fynhadog-Isaf farmhouse.
  18. II Tan-y-Castell Monument
    Sited prominently on the roadside, immediately to the NE of Tan-y-Castell.
  19. II The Chocolate House (Formerly Church Hall)
    Immediately behind (W of) the parish church of St. Gwyddelan, in the village centre.
  20. II Ty Capel Isaf
    Adjoining the Capel Isaf to the SW and both stepped-down and set back from it.
  21. II Ty Capel Moriah
    Adjoining the chapel flush to the rear (N).

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