IICraig-y-castell To south side of Allt-y-graig, 1/2 km east of Ffordd Talargoch, in a large garden. In the grounds are earthworks of Dyserth Castle and minor masonry traces.
II*Dyserth Hall At the corner of Ffordd Talargoch and Dyserth Road. Stone-walled forecourt with iron gate and rails; stone-walled drive from road. Garden to S and W, farmyard (now converted to domestic units) to N.
IIEstate Boundary Stone At the south-east side of the junction of Lower Foel Road with Cwm Road in Dyserth village, at foot of the garden wall of Anwylfa.
IIIce-house of Bodrhyddan Hall At the corner of Bodrhyddan Gardens, about 250 m east of Bodrhyddan Hall and about 100 m north of Dyserth Road.
IILimekiln 2 off Upper Foel Road Second limekiln from the north in a group of five surviving at the east side of Upper Foel road (200 m north of Sunningdale).
IILimekiln 4 off Upper Foel Road Fourth limekiln from the north in a group of five surviving at the east side of the Upper Foel road (100 m north of Sunningdale).
IIThe Old Manor (Dyserth Care Hotel) Set back from the main street on the west side, on a site bounded by the Afon Ffyddion to the south and Glan Ffyddion cul-de-sac to the north; reached by a small private drive.
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