IIBridge above Waterfall in Middleton Park In Coed Pont Felin, the north part of Middleton Hall Park, 400m south-east of Pont Felin-gât, on the Afon Gwynon. The river for about 70m below the bridge was held by a limestone rubble dam, creating
IIBrynhawddgar Opposite to the north-west entrance to the National Botanic Garden, north of a road junction. Monolith limestone gatepiers; late C19 cross-braced gate with iron palings.
IICapel Dewi C. M. Chapel At the south side of the B4300 in the village of Capel Dewi. Square stone-walled enclosure with iron gates to front and stable in SE corner. One gate-pier is a monolith.
IICapel Dewi Uchaf Farmhouse 1km east of the village of Capel Dewi to the north of the B4300, reached by a private lane with monolithic gate-piers. There is an extensive set of C18/C19 buildings for mixed farming in an informal g
IIStable Block of Middleton Hall About 200m NW of the Great Glass House of the National Botanic Garden. The site is on the axis of Trawscoed, the building which was a service wing of Middleton Hall, and its walled domestic yard. The
IITower Lodge 150m south-west of the Nelson Monument, close to the NT carpark.
IIWeir in Middleton Park In Coed Pont Felin, the north part of Middleton Hall Park, 500m south-east of Pont Felin-gât, on the Afon Gwynon.
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