II4 Pontithel Cottages Located in a lower position and set back from the road 100m E of Pont Ithel, and close to the former track of the Hereford, Hay and Brecon Railway.
II5 Pontithel Cottages Located in a lower position and set back from the road 100m E of Pont Ithel, and close to the former track of the Hereford, Hay and Brecon Railway.
IIAberllynfi House The house is located on the right bank of the River Wye, at right angles and close to the main Brecon to Hay road.
IIAshgrove House Located at the end of a terrace of 2 houses, on the NW side of the road, behind a short front garden and hedge.
IIBarn at Pen-twyn Located off the minor road from Aberllynfi Three Cocks to Tregoyd Mill, on the N side of the tributary of the Afon Llynfi which feeds Tregoyd Mill. The barn lies at the end of the farm access, on the
IIBarn at Upper Cwm Cadarn Upper Cwmcadarn farm lies in the valley rising S of Felindre village, at the end of a 450m farm track. This barn lies approximately 200m S, and 25m above the farmyard and is approached by a winding h
II*Broomfield Located on a terrace cut out of the steep bank of the Wye valley, high above the main Brecon to Hay road, and backing directly on to the former Hereford, Hay and Brecon Railway.
IICefn Farmhouse Located behind farmbuildings, on the NW facing slope of the hill rising on to Common bychan. The house is attached to other farm buildings, at the upper end of a small rectangular farmyard.
IIChurch of St Cynidr and St Peter Located on elevated ground parallel to the main Hay-on-Wye to Brecon road, the churchyard originally bounded on the SE side by the railway.
IOld Gwernyfed Located on NW side of road from Talgarth to Felindre, and set within its own grounds at the end of an axial driveway from the entrance gates on the road. The former farm buildings lie immediately to
IIOutbuilding at Tir Uched Located on a separate driveway from the main road entrance, to the S of the rear of the house.
IIPen-yr-heol Chapel Located on the elevated plateau, below the Black Mountain peak Twmpa, within its well-furnished graveyard.
IIStables at Llwynau-bach Lodge Hotel Llwynau-bach lies NE of Treble Hill, approximately 800m from Glasbury Bridge, and on the S side of the road, accessed from a lay-by created on the earlier road line.
IIThe Three Cocks Hotel Located on the N bank of a stream at the junction of the main Hay to Brecon road with the minor road to Tregoyd Mill, the main range of the building set parallel to the latter. Cobbled forecourt.
IITir uched Located on a minor road leading due east from Treble Hill, Glasbury in the direction of Llanigon.
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