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Listed Buildings in Llanfaelog, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Bryn Du Chapel
    Located on the NE side of the road in the centre of the village of Bryn Du. The chapel is set back from the road, behind an enclosed forecourt with low wall surmounted by railings, entrance gates to
  2. II Church of St. Maelog
    Prominently sited in the centre of the village of Llanfaelog, set back from the junction between the A4080 and the road to Bryn Du.
  3. II Llanfaelog Community Centre
    Prominently sited in the centre of the village and on the opposite side of the road from the Church of St. Maelog.
  4. II Melin Uchaf (aka Melin Maelgwyn)
    Located within a farm complex at the end of a single track lane S of the road running through Bryn Du.
  5. II Melin y bont
    Located at the SW end of the village, set back from the SE side of the road passing through Bryn Du and alongside the Afon Drudwy.
  6. II Sea Wall, Surf Point
    Located to the seaward side of Surf Point, at the SE side of Traeth Crigyll, NW of Rhosneigr. A stretch of sea wall running from 23174/37337 to 23180/37344.
  7. II Surf Point Photos
    Located at the coast, overlooking Traeth Crigyll. Surfpoint is reached by a single track lane off the W side of the A4080, Station Road, in N Rhosneigr.
  8. II The Old Rectory
    Located within grounds set back from the NE side of the A4080 in Llanfaelog, on the opposite side of the road to, and c22m N of the Church of St. Maelog.
  9. II War Memorial Photos
    Prominently sited in the centre of Rhosneigr; located at the junction of the A4080, Ffordd Maelog and Station Road, where the roads form a crossroads with Beach Road and the High Street.

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