Listed Buildings in Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Conwy
II*Bodtegir Old Farmhouse Bodtegir is a large farm SE of Llanfihangel, reached by a farm road across open ground from the minor road above the Alwen valley leading to Maerdy and Bettws Gwerful-goch. The old house lies at an a
II*Church of St Michael The church stands in a modified oval churchyard, approximately 250m W of Llanfihangel Bridge on the road up the Afon Alwen valley.
IIPont Llanfihangel The bridge carries the B5105 Cerrigydrudion to Ruthin Road over the Afon Alwen at the centre of Llanfihangel.
IITan-llan (The White Cottage) The house lies directly opposite the church, on the S side of the road running W and N from the centre of the village to Pentre-llyn-cymmer.
IIThe Crown Inn and stable building The inn is dramatically set under a crag on the bank of the Afon Alwen close to the NE side of Llanfihangel Bridge, where the road takes a sharp corner on the route to Ruthin.
IIThe Old Rectory also known as Pennant The building stands back from the road from Llanfihangel running N to Pentre-llyn-cymmer, approximately 800m from the village centre, and on the W slope of the valley of the Afon Alwen.
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