II*Bron-y-foel-isaf In a remote position about 2 km NE of Coed Ystumgwern, reached by track on S side of minor road.
II*Broom Hall Broom Hall lies in its own parkland, E of Pwllheli, and on the N side of the Criccieth to Pwllheli Road.
II*Bryn Bras Castle The castle occupies a triangular site at the junction of the road between Cwm-y-glo and Llanrug and the mountain route from Llanrug to Llanberis; the drive and parking area on the north represent the
II*Bryn Dinas Reached by a short farm road on the N side of the minor road through Cwm Maethlon, approximately 5.3km SE of Tywyn.
II*Bryn Hall The house stands in its own grounds below the main road through the Dyfi valley, approximately 520m N of Llanymawddwy.
II*Bryn Nodol Situated approximately 1.4 km SE of the centre of Tudweiliog, approached by a 350m drive off the road to Dinas.
II*Bryn-y-Gwin (Bryn-y-Gwin Isaf) Sited on the hillside overlooking the road in its own grounds and reached via a drive leading from a gateway some 500m West of Pont Pandy'r-Odyn.
II*Bryn-y-Gwin Uchaf Situated in its own grounds overlooking the road above Pont Pandy'r-Odyn, reached by a drive just beyond the new bridge.
II*Bryntirion Bryntirion lies near the S end of Vaynol Park and is reached by a drive entered from the main road at Aber Pwll which climbs up through Bryntirion Lodge Wood to the sloping site of Bryntirion and its
II*Byre at Dolgun Uchaf Sited above the River Wnion below the A470 and reached by a farm track off the S side of the road to Clywedog from alongside the service station E of the town.
II*Cae Canol Mawr Located on the slope of Manod Mawr overlooking the Afon Teigl, approximately 3km NE of Ffestiniog.
II*Cae'r Berllan The farmhouse stands back from the farm buildings, facing the W.
II*Cae'r March Situated in a marshy hollow approximately 1km SE of Llanfachreth village and 250m S of the Careg Fawr; accessed via a long, winding wooded track from an upper lane to the E.
II*Capel Ainon Located approximately 1km SW of Llanuwchllyn village, set back slightly from the road within its own low-walled graveyard.
II*Capel Anwes Located high up on the W slopes of the Nanmor valley, above the Dolfriog woods, approximately 2km E of Nantmor village; located in a field and accessed via a lane leading NE off the unclassified road
II*Capel Coch Situated on very slightly rising ground on the south side of Ffordd Capel-Coch, the chapel occupies a prominent position in the street; low rubblestone wall to street continues to east to enclose fore
II*Capel Pendref An isolated building on the N side of the junction with Pavilion Road.
II*Carmel Chapel Situated some 600m SSW of Carreg at T-junction with road from Aberdaron.
II*Castellmarch Situated down drive running W from A499 from point some 1.5 km N of Abersoch.
II*Castle House At the junction of High Street and Castle Street.
II*Cefn-caer The farmhouse is located c400m SE opf the village, in an elevated position on the NW side of the defences of the Roman fort. The farmyard lies further to the SW of the house.
II*Cefnamwlch Situated in the centre of wooded parkland approximately 1.5 km S of the centre of Tudweiliog. The main approach drive of some 1.2 km runs SW from the Lower Lodge entrance off a minor road from Tudwei
II*Cefndeuddwr Farmhouse Located one-and-a-half Km NE of Ganllwyd village on a hillside overlooking the valley; accessed via a long farm track running Eoff a forestry road which leads N off the A 470 over the Pont arEden. Fac
II*Church of St Aelhaearn The church stands in the centre of a large irregular churchyard at the centre of the village, bounded by the road on the S and W.
II*Church of St Beuno Located on the end of an old road leading SW from the W end of Penmorfa village.
II*Church of St Michael The parish church stands on the valley floor of the upper Dysynni valley, within its own sub-oval churchyard.
II*Church of St Michael Situated on its own in originally rectangular churchyard, now extended to north-east and south-east, on track between Bryn-llan and Plas Tirion approximately 0.75km south-west of Llanrug.
II*Church of St Padarn Located in a a prominent position on rising ground behind the Dolbadarn Hotel on the south side of Stryd Fawr (High Street); the churchyard is of irregular shape and is approached from the north throu
II*Church of St Pedrog The church is located on the first level ground above the beach, at the lower end of Llanbedrog, and close to the small stream with defines the churchyard on the SE.
II*Church of St Peris Located in the centre of Nant Peris at the western end of the Pass of Llanberis in a roughly rectangular-shaped churchyard with a stone lychgate dated 1929 on the northern side.
II*Church of St Peter Within a subrectangular churchyard set well back from the NE side of the A496 at the N end of the village of Llanbedr.
II*Church of St Rhedyw Prominently sited on a corner on Ffordd Rhedyw within a raised rubble-walled churchyard on sloping ground down towards the Afon Lyfni.
II*Cors y Gedol Hall In private grounds set well back from the ENE side of the A496 between Dyffryn Ardudwy and Tal-y-bont. The hall is located at the head of a driveway (Ffordd Gors) leading ENE out of the small hamlet
II*Crogen Located at the eastern boundary of the community within its own grounds; set back from the road and accessed via lodged drives.
II*Cwm Dyli Power Station Located towards the northern boundary of the community in an isolated site on the E side of the Afon Cynnyd, at the end of the Glaslyn valley; accessed via a long track continuing on from the old vall
II*Farmbuildings at Ty'n-yr-hendre Situated around 4 sides of an excellently preserved cobbled yard below and to the north-west of the former farmhouse at Ty'n-yr-hendre.
II*Fedw Arian Set back behind a walled and railed forecourt; belonging to terrace of 8.
II*Felin Sarn On S side of minor road through village, about 1km E of junction with B 4547.
II*Ffynnon Beuno The well stands at the SW end of the village, close to the main road, and reached by a short path from the main road to Llanaelhaearn.
II*Former Farmhouse at Cefn-yr-Own-Uchaf Located in the upland area 4km to the E of Arthog, approximately 0.2km N of the Ffordd Ddu; accessed via a steep farm track leading off the road and situated in a farmyard immediately to the S of the
II*Former Hospital and boundary walls Situated on level site above the north-east side of Llyn Padarn with spectacular mountain views; lies to north-west of the slate museum from which it is reached by a long drive; also approached over C
II*Former Stables Set back from the road 2km approx, to the E of the town, and 0.5km approx. Down a track.
II*Frondeg Situated on common land NW of Rhiw church, some 300m N of Gwern-saer, above Bryn-y-ffynnon.
II*Garth Isaf Farmhouse Located 0.5km NW of the main road in a hollow near the estuary and accessed via a long wooded track; raised up behind a dwarf-walled terrace, its E gable facing the former, disused road.
II*Garth Maelan Sited 2km NE of the town and reached from the S by the road up Coed-y-Fronallt from opposite the livestock market towards Llanfachreth
II*Gatehouse at Cefnamwlch Situated at the end and to the left of the main approach drive to Cefnamwlch, approximately 10m N of the NW corner of the main house.
II*Gatehouse at Cors y Gedol Hall In private grounds set well back from the ENE side of the A496 between Dyffryn Ardudwy and Tal-y-bont. Located at the head of a driveway (Ffordd Gors) leading ENE out of the small hamlet of Llanddwyw
II*Gatehouse at Fort Williamsburg Built into the bank on the north side of the fort accessed from the main north entrance via a footbridge across the ditch; faces into the former parade ground. Fort Williamsburg is approximately 0.5k
II*Gatehouse at Glyn Cywarch In private grounds set well back from the NE side of the B4573, to S of Glan-y-wern and SE of Eisingrug; the gatehouse is directly SE of the house at Glyn Cywarch.
II*Gatehouse/Barn at Pen-y-bryn Located to north-east of Pen-y-bryn, from which it is separated by a stone wall/hedge; grassed over cobbled surfaces immediately adjoining on east side.
II*Gattws Parc including Boulder Wall adjoining to NW Strikingly located on an elevated site above the Afon Maesgwm, approximately 2km SW of Croesor; sited into the hillslope immediately to the NW of the old approach road to Parc, approximately 200m NE o
II*Glan Gwna Hall Situated to the north of Ffordd Waenfawr in its own landscaped grounds, most of which are now occupied by the chalets and other structures associated with Glan Gwna Holiday Park.
II*Glasfryn House The house is near the N boundary of the community, and is reached by a long driveway off the road running N of Pencaenewydd towards its junction with the A499.
II*Glyn Cywarch In private grounds set well back from the NE side of the B4573, to S of Glan-y-wern and SE of Eisingrug.
II*Gorllwynuchaf The house stands alone on the moorland of Mynydd Gorllwyn, and is reached by a track approximately 1500m long from the Prenteg to Cwmystradllyn minor road.
II*Grand Lodge and forecourt walling Situated at the main entrance to Penrhyn Castle with forecourt and green to south; incorporated in park wall which runs to east and briefly to west before turning north-west towards Bangor; 2 large Do
II*Grave of David Lloyd George The grave is on the N side of the road leading E from Pont Llanystumdwy, and on the wooded high bank of the Afon Dwyfor.
II*Gwastad Annas (Old House) Located towards the NE boundary of the community, at the northern end of the Glaslyn valley; sited to the rear of and below the present late C19 farmhouse and accessed via the old valley road running
II*Gwern-y-braichdwr Located on the southern slope of the Cwm Main, at the eastern end; accessed via a track running from a lane itself running W from Glan-yr-Afon
II*Gwyndy Set within its own grounds within the village, not far from the station.
II*Hafod Dywyll Farmhouse Located on a hillside 0.25km from Pont Kings; accessed via a long farm track leading E off a metalled lane leading S from the A 493 at Pont Abergwynant ultimately to join the Ffordd Ddu. Standing in a
II*Hafod Lwyfog Located on the SE side of the Gwynant valley near the upper (NE) end of Llyn Gwynant, and accessed from the road via a short track; set behind low rubble forecourt walls with slate-flagging in front a
II*Hen Dyffryn Gwyn Set back on the S side of the minor road through Cwm Maethlon, approximately 5.1km SE of Tywyn.
II*Llanfendigaid In its own grounds on the W side of a minor road approximately 1.2km SW of Rhoslefain hamlet.
II*Llwyn Set below the road in its own grounds facing the Town to the E of the Agricultural Market.
II*Llwyndyrus The farmhouse stands back from the road running NW from Y Ffor.
II*Llys Llewelyn In a row of frontages near the S end of the street.
II*Lon-Isaf Gate Located on its own on west side of former London to Holyhead Road, which is now by-passed by the present A 5 and serves as a minor gated road between the A 5 and Llandygai; cottage has low rubblestone
II*Long Barn at Vaynol Farm The long barn stands at the centre of the Vaynol Farm buildings, the gable end facing the E approach drive. The farm lies to the N of Vaynol Old Hall.
II*Magazine at Fort Williamsburg Situated immediately beside the Tower near the north-west corner of Fort Williamsburg, approximately 0.5km south-east of the house. Reached via a tunnel passage from the Parade Ground.
II*Market Hall (Siola) Prominently sited on the N side of Market Square, set back from the road and raised above street level.
II*Moriah Methodist Chapel The building is located at the centre of the village, set back from and below the road; opposite the Lloyd George Memorial Museum. The lawned churchyard has a low rubble boundary wall to the road.
II*Nanhoron Approximately 1.69km E of Botwnnog, reached along a private drive some 150m S from the B4413, surrounded by the estate park to the S and a walled vegetable and flower garden to the N.
II*Nannau Situated in its own park on a striking, elevated site 3km SW of Llanfachreth village; accessed via a drive leading W from the Llanfachreth-Dolgellau road.
II*Nant Pasgan-mawr In an isolated upland location on the NW side of the little valley of the Nant Ddu, beyond the road-head of a lane which trends ESE from Llyn Tecwyn Isa, and follows the valley beyond Caerwych. The pr
II*Neuadd Wen Set within its own grounds within the village, not far from the station.
II*New Dock (quay) Built on Bangor flats at the mouth of the Afon Cegain which flows into the Menai Strait at this point.
II*Parish Church of St Mary Located in the village centre at the end of the lane and set within its own walled churchyard.
II*Parish Church of St Mary The parish church lies on a small by-passed section of the main road at the junction with the Cwm Pennant road. It stands within an irregularly shaped graveyard and is approached through a lych gate.
II*Pen-y-bryn Situated on rising ground above the A 55 on the north-east side of the Afon Aber to the east of the village.
II*Pengwern Old Hall Located on a rise overlooking the Ceunant Sych approximately 2km N of Ffestiniog; accessed via a farm track leading W off an unclassified lane connecting the A 470 with the A 496.
II*Penhyddgan Situated some 2 km E of Ceidio church and approached by drive running SW from the A497 NW of Boduan.
II*Peniarth The Peniarth Estate occupies a considerable tract of land on the N bank of the Afon Dysynni, E of Llanegryn village. The house stands towards the S edge of the parkland, overlooking the river and the
II*Plas Aberllefenni The house stands at the N end of Aberllefenni, in a loop of the road running to the E to Aberangell.
II*Plas Bodegroes The house stands in its own parkland and gardens, reached by a driveway from Bodegroes Lodge on the main road from Pwllheli to the NW.
II*Plas Brondanw On a commanding, sloping site overlooking the Traeth Mawr 0.5km NE of Garreg village; backing onto a lane running NE from Garreg to Croesor and parallel with the A 4085. Set within its own gardens of
II*Plas Canol Situated on a hill to the E of the main road, and reached via a long farm track; about 1km N of Llanaber.
II*Plas Glan-yr-Afon Located on the north side of a long, rough track running south-eastwards towards Waenfawr from the road between Bontnewydd and Caeathro; the house is separated from its farmbuildings by a rubblestone
II*Plas Glyn-y-Weddw The house is set in wooded grounds about 150m S of Llanbedrog church, and facing E to Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia over a front lawn.
II*Plas Gwyn Gable end on to the road and set back facing a small "courtyard".
II*Plas Hen Located some 2km SW of Brithdir immediately to the E of a narrow lane linking the B 4416 with the A 470; raised above the lane and built into the bank of a hill. Also called 'Old Caerynwch'.
II*Plas Mynach Situated on raised ground 1.5 km to the NW of Barmouth Railway Station and lying between the railway line and the main road. Approached from the N by a private road along an embanked and revetted driv
II*Plas Newydd Situated in sheltered parkland position near the Afon Llifon, the house is moated on 3 sides with a stone bridge on the north-west side; surrounding garden with stone walls, that on south-east side a
II*Plas Penisarnant At the foot of Nant Ffrancon, between the A5 and the river Ogwen, in wooded grounds.
II*Plas Penrhyn Located towards the western boundary of the community on a commanding, elevated site overlooking Porthmadog and theTraeth Mawr; accesed via a lane running SW from the main road (A 487).
II*Plas Rhiwaedog Located at the end of a private driveway that leads NE from the country road at Pont Rhiwaedog; c. 400m ENE of the village of Rhos-y-gwaliau.
II*Pont Dol-y-Moch (partly in Ffestiniog) Spanning the Afon Dwyryd about 1km SE of Rhyd-y-sarn at the SW boundary of Ffestiniog Community with Maentwrog Community, and carrying the narrow lane that runs along the north side of the Vale of Ff
II*Pont Dol-y-Moch (partly in Maentwrog) Spanning the Afon Dwyryd about 1km SE of Rhyd-y-sarn at the SW boundary of Ffestiniog Community with Maentwrog Community, and carrying the narrow lane that runs along the north side of the Vale of Ff
II*Pont Fawr Spanning the River Dee approximately 0.5km S of Llandderfel village, and carrying the Bala - Corwen road.
II*Pont Llanelltyd Spanning the Afon Mawddach 1km SE of Llanelltyd; originally serving the old Dolgellau-Barmouth road and now a foot bridge.
II*The Cob The Cob crosses the Traeth Mawr and the mouth of the Afon Glaslyn in Tremadoc Bay estuary and carries both the A487 and the Ffestiniog Railway from Boston Lodge to Porthmadoc. Spans District and Comm
II*The Cruck Hall at Rhowniar Outward Bound Centre At the boundary between Aberdyfi and Towyn communities, reached off main road midway between the towns of Aberdyfi and Towyn. The Cruck Hall is immediately uphill from the entrance to the drive to Rho
II*The New Lodge Approximately 0.4km SW of Plas Brondanw at the junction with the by-road to Croesor. Set back and at a splayed angle, with ball finial to forecourt wall.
II*Tower at Fort Williamsburg Situated approximately 0.5km south-east of the house and reached by the south drive. The tower is the focal building within the Fort and is built on a mound near its north-west corner, between inner
II*Tremadog Manufactory Set back on the N side of the A498 approximately 500m ENE of Tremadog Market Square.
II*Tunnel Passage at Fort Williamsburg On the northern side of the Fort linking the former Parade Ground and the Tower and beyond to the outer bastions. Fort Williamsburg is approximately 0.5km south-east of the house.
II*Ty Cerrig Situated on a slight rise approximately 1km N of Pont Newydd; accessed via a farm track leading from a lane which runs indirectly from Llanfachreth to Pont Newydd.
II*Ty Fanner Located immediately to the W of Cymer Abbey ruins; accessed via a lane running NE from the main road.
II*Ty Gwyn with Davey Jones' Locker Cafe Located at right angles with the harbour street and sited against a gentle slope; set back slightly behind modern dwarf rubble walls enclosing a raised patio area.
II*Ty Mawr Located at the western end of Nantlle near the eastern entrance to the Dorothea Slate Quarry.
II*Ty Sidan In a row of frontages near the W end of the street.
II*Ty'n-y-graig On the NE side of a lane running past Plas-yn-Rhiw to the Church of St Aelrhiw, some 1km E of Rhiw village.
II*Ty-newydd The house is reached from a drive off the road leading W of the village centre, past Lloyd George's grave.
II*War Memorial Prominently sited at the cross-roads in the centre of the village; on a raised platform with semi-circular rubble enclosing walls and iron gates and railings to the road side, terminating in cylindric
II*Wash House Set back from the road 2km approx, to the E of the town, and 0.5km approx. Down a track.
II*Wern Situated at the end of a drive-way off the south-east side of the road by-passing Caeathro between Pont-rug and Bontnewydd; low rubblestone wall to front of main range with square piers and iron gate
II*Wern Fawr The farmhouse lies on a former trackway leading off the minor road from Llanbedrog to Rhyd-y-clafdy, at the N end of the community.
II*Wern Manor The manor is set in its own grounds, some 2km W of Tremadoc and S of Penmorfa village, and can be reached by the private driveway from the main road.
II*Ystumllyn Set back from the road 2km approx, to the E of the town, and 0.5km approx. Down a track.
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