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Grade I Listed Buildings in Gwynedd

  1. I Caernarfon Castle Photos
    At the S end of the town and on the N bank of the Afon Seiont.
  2. I Caernarfon Town Wall Photos
    Enclosing the old town on the N side of Caernarfon Castle.
  3. I Capel Jerusalem Photos
    Situated in centre of Bethesda, fronting onto the gardens behind the War Memorial.
  4. I Capel Newydd Photos
    Situated in field near Ty Bricks reached by lane and track running W from B4413 from point some 700m E of Nanhoron.
  5. I Capel Peniel Photos
    Set back from the road at the S end of Tremadog.
  6. I Cathedral church of St Deiniol Photos
    In a sloping oval churchyard below the street.
  7. I Chapel of St Mary to N of Vaynol Old Hall
    The building is located immediately N of the Old Hall, on a raised terrace in the SW corner of the Terraced Gardens.
  8. I Church of St Baglan Photos
    Situated NW of Llanfaglan, in an isolated situation in a field some 150m E of the minor road which runs N - S along the edge of the Afon Gwyrfai estuary.
  9. I Church of St Beuno Photos
    The church is set on a sloping site in a narrow valley below the later hamlet of Pistyll, and below the former road line of the Llithfaen to Nefyn road.
  10. I Church of St Beuno, with attached Chapel of St Beuno Photos
    The parish church is set close to the main Caernarfon to Pwllheli road, in a large graveyard which slopes gently to the N. The chapel stands on the S side of the tower.
  11. I Church of St Brothen Photos
    Located on a sloping site at the SW edge of the small village of Llanfrothen; accessed via a footpath leading S from a lane running S to the Village from the B4410 Garreg to Rhyd road; set within a ru
  12. I Church of St Cadfan Photos
    Near the E end of the modern town, in a walled churchyard on the W side of Corbet Square.
  13. I Church of St Cawrdaf Photos
    The parish church stands in the large churchyard well furnished with slate tombstones, including some C18 ledger stones at the E, at the W end of Abererch village.
  14. I Church of St Celynin Photos
    To the W of and below the A493 in Llangelynin hamlet. The church stands in a rectangular churchyard, and is set into the steeply sloping ground above the railway and sea.
  15. I Church of St Engan Photos
    Situated in Llanengan village in large churchyard just W of road to Llangian.
  16. I Church of St Gwynhoydl Photos
    Situated some 500m E of the crossroads at Pen-y-graig, NE of a minor road from the crossroads to Pont Llangwnnadl.
  17. I Church of St Hywyn Photos
    Situated in Aberdaron village, the graveyard running to the cliff edge.
  18. I Church of St Iestyn Photos
    Situated on the S side of the village centre at Llaniestyn.
  19. I Church of St Mark
    Located off the road on a slight rise, set within its walled churchyard.
  20. I Church of St Mary Photos
    At the N end of the street and incorporated into the Town Wall.
  21. I Church of St Mary and St Egryn
    The church is located on a S facing bluff above the confluence of two streams, NNW of the present nucleated village, and is reached by a minor road off the N end of the main village street.
  22. I Church of St Peblig Photos
    In a walled churchyard set back from the road and to the S of Segontium Roman Fort.
  23. I Church of St Tanwg
    Located at the coast to SSW end of the village of Llandanwg.
  24. I Cochwillan Photos
    Situated in low-lying pasture fields at end of short track off the minor road between Bethesda and Tal-y-bont; there is a walled lawned garden area immediately to the front (north) of the house.
  25. I County Court (former County Hall) Photos
    At the junction of Castle Ditch and Shirehall Street, directly opposite Caernarfon Castle.
  26. I Criccieth Castle Photos
  27. I Cymer Abbey Photos
    Situated in the lap of the vale near the Afon Mawddach and on the opposite bank of the river to Llanelltyd village; accessed via a lane leading NE off the main road.
  28. I Dinorwic Slate Quarry Workshops (Welsh Slate Museum Buildings)
    Located at the south-east end of Llyn Padarn to the east of Llanberis, the quarry workshops sit at the foot of the vast workings of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry; the immediately surrounding land i
  29. I Dolbadarn Castle Photos
    Situated on a natural rock outcrop in a strategic position at the north-west end of Llyn Peris, the castle forms a prominent feature in the landscape.
  30. I Ffynnon Cybi and associated works Photos
    The well lies in the narrow valley below the slopes of Garn Bentyrch, and is reached by a footpath from the NE corner of the churchyard, crossing two fields, the second by a causeway.
  31. I Fort Belan Photos
    Situated 4km south-west of Caernarfon reached along a track to the head of the short peninsula north of Dinas and Morfa Dinlle with dock immediately to east.
  32. I Glynllifon Photos
    Set in its own extensive grounds on east side of the A499 at Llandwrog; the house is reached by a short drive from the grand lodge. Built on a platform site.
  33. I Harlech Castle Photos
    Imposingly sited in the centre of the town with dramatic views across Tremadog Bay and towards Snowdonia.
  34. I Parish Church of Saint Mary and Saint Bodfan
    On a striking site overlooking the sea to the W of the slightly elevated main road; in a large graveyard behind rubble walls, accessed via a stone gabled lychgate.
  35. I Parish Church of St Derfel
    Located within its own walled churchyard at the SW edge of the village, with commanding views down the Dee valley.
  36. I Penarth-fawr Photos
    The house stands on a minor road running N from the A497, W of Pwllheli towards Llanarmon.
  37. I Penrhyn Castle Photos
    Set in landscaped grounds of Penrhyn Park in elevated position surrounded by open lawns and some trees at end of long winding drive from Grand Lodge; dominates the surrounding countryside.
  38. I Police Station, including forecourt railings and gate piers Photos
    At the W end of Castle Ditch abutting the Town Wall and directly opposite Caernarfon Castle.
  39. I Portmeirion Town Hall Photos
    Facing the Angel and Angel Gates at the western edge of the village group; set against the hill slope.
  40. I Road University College of North Wales Main Building (Original Courtyard Ranges only)
    Dominating the view of Upper Bangor.
  41. I Royal Welsh Yacht Club (also known as Porth yr Aur)
    At the W end of High Street and facing The Promenade.
  42. I Ruin of Abbey of St Mary
    Situated towards the N end of the island in walled churchyard.
  43. I St Philip's Church Photos
    At the end of a steep lane off the A 496 between Barmouth and Bontddu. Dramatically sloping churchyard.
  44. I Vaynol Hall
    Located at the centre of Vaynol Park, SW of the Old Hall, and having gardens adjoining to the SW.
  45. I Vaynol Old Hall
    Set in the heart of Vaynol Park, E of Vaynol Hall. Attached outbuildings on the W end, some facing the stable yard.

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