IIBarn at Branas Uchaf The barn in one of a group of farm buildings to the NE of the farmhouse, It faces N towards the yard.
IIBlaen y Cwm Farmhouse The house is at the head of Cwm Pennant, at the end of a minor road which leads S from Llandrillo. Set in gardens and facing E.
IIBranas Isaf Farmhouse Located on the NW banks of the River Dee, with fine views overlooking the valley. Reached by a track which runs SE off a lane linking Llanderfel and Cynwyd.
IIBranas Lodge Off the N side of a lane which follows the River Dee between Llanderfel and Cynwyd. Set back from the road in large gardens with a steep hillside and waterfall to the rear.
II*Branas Uchaf In a fine position overlooking the N banks of the River Dee, approx 2.5km W of Llandrillo. At the end of a track which runs S off a lane which follows the river between Llanderfel and Cynwyd.
IIBryn Awel On a narrow lane which runs along the hillside, parallel with and S of the B4401. The front faces N, away from the road, with fine views over the Dee valley.
IIFormer Farmhouse at Cadwst Mawr Located on the E side of Cwm Pennant, and approx 1.5km S of Llandrillo. Reached by a track which runs E off a minor road from the village. The track crosses the Afon Ceidiog close to its confluence
IIHayshed at Branas Uchaf One of a group of farm buildings to the NE of the farmhouse. It faces S towards the yard, opposite the cow-house, at the E end of the complex.
IIHendwr Located off the W side of the road and approx 2.3km N of the village. Reached down a long tree-lined avenue which leads from Pont yr Hendwr. The front faces E, with gardens to sides and rear.
IIHendwr Barn Located on the W side of the road approx 1.7km N of the village, and immediately SW of Pont yr Hendwr. The gable end faces the road.
IILlawr Cilan Farmhouse Located approx 1.5km W of Llandrillo, set down between the road and the River Dee. The house faces E.
IILletty Located on the W side of a minor road which runs S from Llandrillo along Cwm Pennant, and approx 1.3km from the village. The gable end faces the road.
IIMaes Tyddyn Off the main road approx 400m NW of the village, and immediately SE of Tyddyn Llan. Approached by a driveway from the W, and set in gardens.
IIMelin y Glyn Located off a lane which runs E from the B4401 at Pont yr Hendwr following the Afon Llynor. The complex is set down from the N side of the lane. The mill bounds the E side of a yard, which contains
IIPen y bryn Located off a lane which runs E from the B4401 at Pont yr Hendwr, following and then crossing the Afon Llynor. Set back from the N side of the lane in a slightly raised position surrounded by gardens
II*Plas-yn-Faerdref Located off the E side of the road, in a slightly raised position, approx 2km N of Llandrillo.
IIPont Cilan Carrying a lane over the River Dee approx 1.5km NW of Llandrillo. The lane runs N from the B4401.
IIPont Lladrillo Carrying the High Street over the Afon Ceidiog on the E side of the village.
IIPont yr Hendwr Carrying the B4401 over the Afon Lynor, approx 1.7km N of Llandrillo. The Llynor is a tributary of the River Dee.
IITelephone Call-box Located on the banks of the Afon Ceidiog, immediately NW of Pont Llandrillo.
IIThe Bell Inn Fronting the High Street in the centre of the village.
IITyddyn Llan Off the main road approx 400m NW of the village. Approached by a sweeping driveway with forecourt, and set in large gardens. The front faces S.
IIWar Memorial Located on grass in front of the Community Hall.
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