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Listed Buildings in Gwyddelwern, Denbighshire

  1. II* Church of St Beuno
    In the village of Gwyddelwern, to west of the main road. Stone churchyard wall with modern gateway; former schoolroom near entrance.
  2. II Cruck Barn at Hendre with attached Cowshed at west
    In the farmyard of Hendre, 1 km north of Gwyddelwern village.
  3. II Former Miller's House at Melin Meiarth
    Near remains of Meiarth Mill, beside the River Clwyd to the west of Bryn Saith Marchog.
  4. II Meyarth Hall
    On high ground to the west of Bryn Saith Marchog, north of the road to Melin y wig.
  5. II Nant-yr-erw-haidd Farmhouse
    On the west side of a minor road to Rûg, 2 km west-south-west of Gwyddelwern village. Low stone wall at front.
  6. II Table Tomb in the churchyard of the Church of St Beuno
    To the south of the chancel of St Beuno's church, near the yew tree, close to the churchyard path; in this section of the graveyard are numerous C18 headstones and also stones of a characteristic loca
  7. II* Ty Mawr
    Aligned with main street of village, about 75m NE of Church of St Beuno.

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