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Listed Buildings in Dwyriw, Powys

  1. II Capel Adfa with forecourt railings
    The chapel is prominently sited in the centre of Adfa village.
  2. II Capel Carmel
    Located in the hamlet of Carmel, to the SW of Llanllugan and Adfa.
  3. II* Church of St Mary
    Located in a prominent position in the small village of Llanllugan within a roughly circular churchyard.
  4. II Dolgar
    Situated at the west end of Llanwyddelan parish on a small lane off the B4389, elevated above the River Rhiw.
  5. II* Gwernfyda (also known as Gwern-y-Fedw) including attached barns
    Located approximately 1.5km SW of Llanllugan, on a lane which links Cefn Coch with Adfa. The house is situated on a probable platform site at the bottom of a hillside, and faces SE.
  6. II Llwyn-y-brain
    Located on low-lying ground at the end of a narrow lane which leads N from the Llanwyddelan to Adfa road.
  7. II Memorial to Lewis Evan
    Located in the southern forecourt of Capel Adfa and bounded by iron railings which front the road.
  8. II Neuadd Goch
    Situated close to the River Rhiw at the end of a narrow lane leading approximately 1 km NE off the route from Llanllugan to Adfa.
  9. II Pen-y-bont Cottage
    Situated on a narrow lane leading to Carmel, approximately 1.5km SW of Llanllugan and close to a bend in the River Rhiw. Close to the mill group at Felin Uchaf.
  10. II The Old Rectory
    Located in a protected position close to the Church, within a roughly circular garden bounded by a slight ditch.

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