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Listed Buildings in Dyffryn Arth, Ceredigion

  1. II Alicia
    Situated just SW of Aberarth Bridge on S side of main road, A 487.
  2. II Barn range an W side of farmyard at Ty Glyn
    Situated along W side of farm-yard, NW of Ty Glyn.
  3. II Bethania Chapel
    Situated some 500m S of Bethania crossroads, on E side of road to Cilcennin.
  4. II Bethel Chapel
    Situated some 100m N of Aberarth Bridge, on W side of river, facing up Water Street.
  5. II Brewhouse to NE of Ty Glyn
    Situated just behind N service wing of Ty Glyn mansion.
  6. II Bronwenau
    Situated about 1 km SE of Pontrhydsaeson approached by lane running E off B 4337 from point 150m S of village. Track to Bronwenau runs S off lane, past Ysgubor-fach.
  7. II Bryndewi
    Situated by river Arth just SE of Pont Aberarth, facing NW over corner of minor lane to Llanddewi Aberarth church.
  8. II Capel Pennant
    Situated just NW of Pont Pennant, on left side of road, in railed forecourt with attractive iron railings and gates.
  9. II Church Hall
    Situated just S of St David's church, between churchyard and road.
  10. II Church of St David
    Situated on hilltop some 0.9 km SSW of Aberarth.
  11. II Clifton
    Situated backing onto the low seaside cliff on the W bank of the Arth, the northernmost building on this side.
  12. II Coach-House, stable and service courts at Monachty
    Situated just N of the mansion, joined to NE angle.
  13. II Covered Dung-pit in Monachty Farmyard
    Situated freestanding in Monachty farm courtyard.
  14. II Delfan
    Situated some 30m down lane from A 487 to Bethel Chapel, on W side, facing N.
  15. II Dyffryn Arth
    Situated on W side of B4337 some 300m S of Pontrhydsaeson.
  16. II E range of farmyard at Monachty
    Situated parallel to road at E, entrance, end of yard.
  17. II Felin Aberarth
    Situated on E bank of Arth, on E side of lane running N from E end of Aberarth Bridge.
  18. II Former School by Church of St Padarn
    Situated on NE edge of circular churchyard of Church of St Padarn, some 0.5 km W of Pennant.
  19. II Gates and Railings at North Lodge
    Situated just E of North Lodge, on road to Pennant
  20. II Gates and Railings at South Lodge
    Situated at main entrance to Monachty, some 1.5 km S of Pennant.
  21. II Gates and railings to driveway at Ty Glyn
    History: Stable range, possibly built 1768 from date when sundial was inserted. The 1843 Tithe Map shows a range not quite in same position, possibly an error. Exterior: Rubble stone with slate roof.
  22. II Granary at S end of farmyard at Ty Glyn
    Situated at lower end of farmyard NW of Ty Glyn.
  23. II L-plan ranges on N and W sides of farmyard at Monachty
    Situated enclosing long N side and short W end of farmyard at Monachty.
  24. II Laura
    Situated on E side of A 487, just NE of Aberarth Bridge.
  25. II Laura House
    Situated on E side of A 487, just NE of Aberarth Bridge.
  26. II Llain including outbuilding attached to right
    Situated some 300m NW of Cross Inn crossroads, on W side of road, just behind council houses.
  27. II Llain including Outbuildings attached to gable ends
    Situated on Pennant crossroads in NE corner, fronting on to road running N.
  28. II Manteg
    Situated backing onto the low seaside cliff on the W bank of the Arth, the northernmost building on this side.
  29. II Milestone on A487
    Situated on N side of road some 1.8 km NW of Aberarth, and about 1 km ESE of Morfa Mawr.
  30. II Milestone on B4337
    Situated on W side of B4337, about 0.5 km S of Cross Inn.
  31. II* Monachty/ Mynachdy
    Situated some 1.5 km SSW of Pennant on W side of road to Ciliau Aeron.
  32. II North Lodge
    Situated about 1 km SW of Pennant, on W side of road, to NE of Monachty.
  33. II Outbuilding on S side of farmyard at Monachty
    Situated along main S length of farmyard, separated from SE building by narrow gap.
  34. II Outbuilding on W side of yard at Llain
    Situated to SE of farmhouse and opposite cartshed/stable at Llain.
  35. II Pont Aberarth and attached abutment walls
    Situated on A 487 in centre of village, crossing River Arth.
  36. II Pont Dyffryn
    Situated on B 4377 some 300m S of Pontrhydsaeson, over the Arth.
  37. II Pont Glanbran ( Partly in Ciliau Aeron Community)
    Situated on B 4337 some 1.2 Km S of Pontrhydsaeson
  38. II Pont Pennant
    Situated just S of Capel Pennant, across river Arth.
  39. II Pont Rhydsaeson
    Situated in Pontrhydsaeson, on B 4337, just S of Pontrhydsaeson Chapel.
  40. II Rhos-goch
    About 1.2 km ENE of Bethania crossroads, reached by lane off B4576
  41. II SE range of farm court at Monachty
    Situated at SE corner of farmyard with openings to farmyard to N and service drive to S.
  42. II Service Range to NE of Monachty
    Situated just E of main service court, NE of house.
  43. II South Lodge
    Situated at S entrance to Monachty, about 1.5 km SW of Pennant
  44. II Stable and Cart-Shed range at Llain
    Situated on E side of small farmyard at Llain, the S pine-end abutting entrance drive
  45. II Stable range on E side of farm yard at Ty Glyn
    Situated on E side of yard, backing onto entrance drive at Ty Glyn.
  46. II Telephone Call-box (01545 570241)
    Situated on W bank of the river Arth, just E of Delfan.
  47. II Ty Capel
    Situated just NW of Pont Pennant, on left side of road, in railed forecourt with attractive iron railings and gates.
  48. II* Ty Glyn including attached wings to main gable ends
    Situated about 1 km N of Ciliau Aeron by junction of roads to Aberarth and to Pennant.
  49. II Wigwen Fach
    Situated on N bank of Afon Aeron opposite confluence with Afon Mydr, and just E of the dismantled railway line by which it is reached from the lane to Llanerchaeron. Set in slope by drive to Wigwen Fa
  50. II Y Glyn Factory
    Situated to SE of Aberarth Bridge, behind Y Glyn.

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