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Listed Buildings in Llangollen, Denbighshire

  1. II 'Up' Platform Building to W Llangollen Railway Station Photos
    Approximately 100 metres W of the Railway Station, to E of the 'up' platform building.
  2. II (including the Arched Entry to the right)
    Set into long row of street frontages; opposite No 21.
  3. II ,3,Abbey Road,,,CLWYD,
    Reached up short path from Abbey Road (NE side). Stepped in the slope with front gardens.
  4. II ,42,Church Street,Llangollen,,CLWYD,
    On the corner near the top of the street; stepped forward from properties to left.
  5. II Armstrong Towers
    Set in the slope forward to the street.
  6. II Arnon Cottage
    At right angles to the bend in the road; on the edge of the town. Railway below to the left.
  7. II Avery's
    Near the top end of the street.
  8. II Barn at Bryn-dethol Farm
    Situated on hillside south of A5 road, about 2.5 km east of Llangollen, and approached up a steep track.
  9. II Barn at Llandyn Hall
    Reached up a lane NW from Trevor Road, A539. Set in the slope above and to NW of Llandyn Hall.
  10. II Barn at Pendre Farm
    On the slope below the farmhouse reached at the end of a lane from the A5, W of Berwyn
  11. II Berwyn Railway Station Photos
    High above the S bank of the River Dee and between the A5 and the railway line, on sloping ground.
  12. II Birch Villa
    High above the road, facing N over the Dee valley. On a levelled site with railed terrace to N.
  13. II Bishop Trevor
    Stepped down between Nos 4 and 6 and the Bridge End Inn.
  14. II Blue Bay Launderette
    Set back near the corner with Chapel Street, at a splayed angle to the road. No 15 Chapel Street forward to left creating iron forecourt to No 1.
  15. II Bridge No 40 Photos
    Bridge over Llangollen Canal, S of main road and N of River Dee; between the Sun Inn PH and Bryn Howel Hotel.
  16. II Bridge No 41 Photos
    Bridge over Llangollen Canal, S of main road and N of River Dee; almost opposite the Sun Inn PH.
  17. II Bridge No. 34 over Llangollen canal near Plas-yn-pentre Photos
    Carries lane over Llangollen canal about 200m N of Trevor Mill.
  18. II Bridge No. 35 over Llangollen canal near Plas-yn-pentre Photos
    About 1km W of Pont Cysyllte Aqueduct. Carries minor road over Llangollen canal to W of Plas-yn-pentre.
  19. II Bridge No. 36 over Llangollen canal near Plas-yn-pentre Photos
    About 150m S of Llyn Farm.
  20. II Bridge No. 37 over Llangollen canal near Plas-yn-pentre Photos
    About 350m W of Llyn Farm.
  21. II Bridge No. 38 over Llangollen canal Photos
    Bridge over Llangollen Canal, S of main road and N of River Dee; at rear of Bryn Howel Hotel.
  22. II* Bryn Dethol
    Situated on hillside south of A5 road, about 2.5 km east of Llangollen, and approached up a steep track through former farmyard.
  23. II Bryn-Dwr
    At the end of the street, opposite the E end of the Parish Chuch. Stepped down from Maesmawr House. C19 iron railed forecourt.
  24. II Bull Inn PH (including Caesar Hughes) Photos
    Detached to the right, near the crossroads.
  25. II Cae Glas Farmhouse
    Reached to SW of Fron Bache. On NW side of the lane that leads up to road over to Glyn Ceiriog. Above the road overlooking the farmyard opposite. Formerly known as Ty Isaf; part of Vivod estate.
  26. II Caledfryn
    To N of Dinbren Hall near the boundry of the Community Council area. Set in the slope.
  27. II Cambrian Hotel
    At the roadside on western edge of the town.
  28. II Canal Bridge (No.43) Photos
    Immediately to W of Llandyn Cottage carrying the road up to Llandyn Hall.
  29. II Canal Bridge (no.46 at Penddol)
    Immediately to S Penddol and N of the Eisteddfod ground. Spanning the Llangollen Canal and reached off Abbey Road.
  30. II Canal Museum Photos
    On the towpath immediately to W of the modern road bridge over the canal. Land falls away steeply to rear.
  31. II Cartshed & Granary to NW side of the Home Farmyard
    Beside the road to SW of Vivod; on levelled site. Rubble walls bordering the entrance to the farmyard.
  32. II Cattleshed & Lower Stabel Range to SE side of the Home Farmyard
    Beside the road to SW of Vivod; on levelled site. Rubble walls bordering the entrance to the farmyard.
  33. II Cegin Collen
    Near the top of the street.
  34. II Ceirios
    Reached along the lane that runs W off Fron Bache. On steeply sloping site at the extreme end of this lane that formerly continued towards Vivod to W. Broad views to NE over town.
  35. II Cerrig
    Set in the slope towards the lower end of the hill.
  36. II Cherrytree Cottage
    At the E end of a short lane leading to Pengwern Mill Farm, reached just off Bache Mill Road (W side).
  37. II Cherrytree Farmhouse Photos
    Reached off Bache Mill Road (W side). Set back from this lane that leads to Pengwern Mill; faces NW.
  38. II Chester High Cross Stem in the grounds of Plas Newydd
    Set into the gravel forecourt to front of Plas Newydd and surrounded by topiary.
  39. II Church House
    Set back from and below the road, detached. Grassed forecourt with good spearhead finialed railings. Originally approached from Cross Lane.
  40. II Churchyard Wall to N.of st. Collen's Parish Church, Including Gated Entry
    N boundary to pentagonal shaped churchyard bordered by Church Street, Hand Hotel and the Medical Centre.
  41. II Cilmedw Cottages
    Approximately 1km NW of the town centre midway between The Duke and The Geraint. At a splayed angle to the road at the point where the old lane following the W bank of the River Dee meets the later H
  42. II Colmedw Cottages
    Approximately 1km NW of the town centre midway between The Duke and The Geraint. At a splayed angle to the road at the point where the old lane following the W bank of the River Dee meets the later H
  43. II Cottage attached to Caledfryn
    To N of Dinbren Hall near the boundry of the Community Council area. Set in the slope.
  44. II Cottage Tea Rooms
    L-plan group at the N end of the street; at a splayed angle to Castle Street and the corner with Parade Street. Known colloquially as Ham and Egg Square and formerly extended further forward to the l
  45. II Croes-y-Beddau
    At the Y junction at the top of the hill; Tyn-dwr Road to right and Maesmawr Road to left.
  46. II Cwm Alis
    Situated to S of main road midway between Llangollen and Froncysyllte and near bend of original Telford road. House is set back from road and approached by driveways at W and E ends.
  47. II D.Dulson & Sons
    Detached beside the mill stream. Prominently sited facing down Church Street and with Butler Hill to rear.
  48. II Dairy & Food Store at SW side fo the Home Farmyard
    Beside the road to SW of Vivod; on levelled site. Rubble walls bordering the entrance to the farmyard.
  49. II Dairy House at Plas Newydd
    Set into a sunken site in the shrubbery to W of the house; close to the railed boundary with Butler Hill.
  50. II Dee Bank
    Above the railway line to NW of Llangollen Bridge; at the E end of the lane set behind rubble wall and railed garden.
  51. II Dee Cottage
    On the NE edge of the town; detached and with rear elevation to the road. The original railway station was immediately to S and it was known as Old Station Cottage.
  52. II Dee Mill Photos
    On the S bank of the River Dee just W of Llangollen Bridge. At the end of the lane.
  53. II Dee Villa
    Set below the road on the eastern edge of the town; River Dee and line of old railway below to rear.
  54. II Dinbren Hall
    Prominently sited on the edge of a steep slope to W of Castell Dinas Bran. The house faces S and is reached by a drive from the by-road which runs E from Pentrefellin and N from the town centre.
  55. II Dovecote in the grounds of Plas Newydd
    To SE of and slightly below Plas Newydd, on the edge of the woods leading down to the Glen.
  56. II Down Platform Building to W of Llangollen Station Building Railway Station
    Approximately 75 metres W of the Railway Station, to E of the 'up' platform building.
  57. II Ectarc (Former Bedyddwyr Chapel) Photos
    Detached and set back from the street line.
  58. II Embankment Wall to Railway (including below Station)
    Rising from the N bank of the River Dee close to the Llangollen Bridge; below the railway station.
  59. II Fair View (including outbuilding Range to right)
    At right angles to the north western edge of the town; faces SE.
  60. II Font in the grounds of Plas Newydd
    Set into the formal topiary garden immediately to the front of Plas Newydd. To NW of Chester High Cross stem.
  61. II Former Barn at Cherrytree Farm
    At right angles to the former farmhouse and almost attached. Reached along the lane off Bache Mill Road (W side) leading to Pengwern Mill.
  62. II Former Coach House & Stables at Plas Berwyn
    To NW of Plas Berwyn, on levelled site with very tall elevation to NE overlooking Rhysgog Farm.
  63. II Former Coach House in the grounds of Plas Newydd
    Close to the main entrance to Plas Newydd; to the S of the house, and backing onto Glascoed.
  64. II Former Coache House at Vivod
    Above the SW side of the main drive to Vivod house; overlooking the stable courtyard to SW.
  65. II Former Dovecote at Tan-y-Bwlch
    Above the house to N; set in the slope.
  66. II Former Pottery Workshop
    Situated in the yard to rear of Nos 32 and 34 and at right angles; reached through high passage to right with gated segmental archway incorporated into the frontage of No 32. Adjoining Dovetail Cotta
  67. II Former Rehoboth Chapel Photos
    Above the road at the SW corner of Victoria Square. Hillside rises steeply to rear.
  68. II Fron Deg
    Approximately 1km N of the town centre. Above the road close to the junction with Tower Road and the modern road bridge over the Llangollen Canal.
  69. II Gabriel's
    L-plan group at the N end of the street; at a splayed angle to Castle Street and the corner with Parade Street. Known colloquially as Ham and Egg Square and formerly extended further forward to the l
  70. II Gales Wine Bar
    Detached to right, midway along the street.
  71. II Galnrafon Evangelical Church Photos
    On the western edge of the town centre high above the southern bank of the River Dee. Princess Street to rear.
  72. II Gated Driveway Entrance to Llangollen Railway Station
    Set back from the NW corner of Llangollen Bridge. At the top of the ramped drive down to the station, at right angles to the road.
  73. II Gatepiers to Tyn-Dwr
    At the entrance to the tree-lined drive to Tyn-dwr; to SE of Llangollen.
  74. II Good Shed at the Llangollen Railway Station Goods Yard
    Reached off the road to W of St John's Church, about 1/3 km W of the Railway Station.
  75. II Green Lodge
    Facing E, at right angles to Green Lane and Abbey Road, triangular forecourt.
  76. II Green Villa
    Reached from the northern arm of this lane which joins Abbey Road; opposite St John's Churchyard. Formerly 3 cottages.
  77. II Gwunn Davies, Butchers
    Midway along the northern part of Castle Street, stepped up from Maxines.
  78. II Hand Hotel
    To West of the Parish Church, on the corner with Chapel Street.
  79. II Henblas
    Stepped down and back from the Wynnstay Arms PH on the corner with Chapel Street.
  80. II Henllys
    High above the modern A5, to NW of the town reached from a lane that was in the early C19 the main Holyhead Road. On levelled site with broad views to NE.
  81. II Highcroft
    High above the road, facing N over the Dee valley. On a levelled site with railed terrace to N.
  82. II Home Farm Farmhouse
    At right angles to the SW of Vivod. On the NE edge of the Bryn-newydd Home Farm settlement.
  83. II Horseshoe Falls (partly in Llantysilio community) Photos
    On the northern boundary of Llangollen Community. In a bend in the River Dee at the start of the Llangollen canal.
  84. II J & C Burnetts Spinnaker Restaurant
    On the corner of Castle Street and Oak Street.
  85. II Kings Bridge (Partly in Llantysilio Community) Photos
    Spanning the River Dee and the Llangollen Canal immediately to W of Chain Bridge Hotel and to E of Horseshoe Falls. Carries the B5103 across to join the A5 by Berwyn Railway station; passes beneath t
  86. II Lamp Standard (at the Y junction of Green Lane and Abbey Road)
    Beside the gated entry to Green Lodge and at the corner of the Y-road junction.
  87. II Large outbuilding to rear of Min-Nant
    Parallel to rear of Min-Nant with narrow forecourt between; linked to house at either end. Splayed gable end to the street. Set in the slope.
  88. II Laurel Cottage
    Set back behind railed forecourt, near junction with Willow Street; detached to left.
  89. I Llangollen Bridge Photos
    Spanning the River Dee at the N end of the main street.
  90. II Llangollen Hide & Skin Co. Ltd.
    Detached to left; at the bend in the road towards the E end.
  91. II Llangollen Methodist Church
    Prominently sited between Princess Street and Victoria Promenade, visible from much of the N side of the River Dee.
  92. II Llwyn Aeron
    Facing across the Y junction of Birch Hill, Maesmawr Road and Tyn-Dwr road. Above the road with contemporary railed front garden with panelled gate piers.
  93. II Lodge to NW side of Main Drive to Vivod
    Near the top of the drive; set in slope.
  94. II Long Barn Range at Pengwern Hall
    To rear of Pengwern Hall and stepped down to NW of the T-shaped range containing the vaulted undercroft.
  95. II Maesmawr Farmhouse
    Below and at angles to the road on the eastern outskirts of the town.
  96. II Maesmawr House
    Near the NW end of the street; close to the Parish Church.
  97. II Masonic Hall
    Midway along the road at a splayed angle to the adjoining properties to right.
  98. II Midland Bank
    Detached near the end of the street.
  99. II Min-Nant
    Facing NE at a splayed angle to the hill. At the bottom of the hill, close to the junction with Regent Street. Cyflymen Brook at the end of the garden.
  100. II Monument to the Ladies of Llangollen & their Housekeeper in the Churchyard of St. Collen's Parish Ch Photos
    In the churchyard to the SW of the Parish Church enclosed behind high railings
  101. II Neuadd
    Facing E, at right angles to Green Lane and Abbey Road, triangular forecourt.
  102. II Newsagents
    Gabled front to road near the junction with Oak Street; rounded corner to left leads into Chapel Street Square.
  103. II No.1 (Sylvan)
    Set back near the corner with Chapel Street, at a splayed angle to the road. No 15 Chapel Street forward to left creating iron forecourt to No 1.
  104. II No.1 Abbey Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Reached up short path from Abbey Road (NE side). Stepped in the slope with front gardens.
  105. II No.1 Chapel Street Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back from Chapel Street, on the right hand side of this narrow courtyard.
  106. II No.10 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    L-plan group at NW end of the street, set back on a bend in the road.
  107. II No.10 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into the street line towards the western end of the street.
  108. II No.12 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    L-plan group at NW end of the street, set back on a bend in the road.
  109. II No.12 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into the street line towards the western end of the street.
  110. II No.14 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to left midway along the street.
  111. II No.14 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into the street line towards the western end of the street.
  112. II No.16 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to left midway along the street.
  113. II No.16 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into the street line towards the western end of the street.
  114. II No.18 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Above the road with rubble wall to forecourt set back and detached to left.
  115. II No.18 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into the street line towards the western end of the street.
  116. II No.19 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached group midway along the street.
  117. II No.2 Abbey Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Reached up short path from Abbey Road (NE side). Stepped in the slope with front gardens.
  118. II No.2 Chapel Street Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back from Chapel Street, on the right hand side of this narrow courtyard.
  119. II No.21 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to left; set into line of street frontages.
  120. II No.21 Hall Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back behind narrow railed forecourts; Willow Street high up to rear.
  121. II No.23 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to left; set into line of street frontages.
  122. II No.23 Hall Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back behind narrow railed forecourts; Willow Street high up to rear.
  123. II No.24 Bridge Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Stepped down and back from the Wynnstay Arms PH on the corner with Chapel Street.
  124. II No.25 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set in the slope in a row of frontages midway along the street. Once the Nags Head PH.
  125. II No.25 Hall Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back behind narrow railed forecourts; Willow Street high up to rear.
  126. II No.26 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into a long line of frontages midway along the street.
  127. II No.28 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to right, set in the slope midway along the street.
  128. II No.28 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into a long line of frontages midway along the street.
  129. II No.3 Abbey Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Reached up short path from Abbey Road (NE side). Stepped in the slope with front gardens.
  130. II No.3 Chapel Street Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back from Chapel Street at the far end of the narrow courtyard.
  131. II No.30 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to right, set in the slope midway along the street.
  132. II No.31 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into a row of street frontages; stepped down from adjoining properties.
  133. II No.32 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached to right, set in the slope midway along the street.
  134. II No.34 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set in slope stepped down from adjoining properties.
  135. II No.34 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into long row of street frontages; opposite No 21.
  136. II No.36 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set in slope continuous with No 38.
  137. II No.38 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Part of a row set in the slope around the corner from No 40.
  138. II No.4 Abbey Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Reached up short path from Abbey Road (NE side). Stepped in the slope with front gardens.
  139. II No.4 Chapel Street Square,,,,,clwyd,
    Set back from Chapel Street at the far end of the narrow courtyard.
  140. II No.4 Cross Lane,,,,,clwyd,
    On the E side of this lane. Stepped down in the slope from the Prince of Wales PH.
  141. II No.43 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Stepped down from Poplar House to left; iron railings to narrow front forecourt.
  142. II No.45 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Stepped forward from No 43.
  143. II No.47 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Near the corner with Church street, stepped up from No 45; Sun Inn PH to right.
  144. II No.49 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Near the end of the street; No 51 stepped down to right.
  145. II No.5 Cross Lane,,,,,clwyd,
    On the E side of this lane. Stepped down in the slope from the Prince of Wales PH.
  146. II No.51 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    At the end of the street near the junction with Regent Street.
  147. II No.6 Church Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into a small row immediately below the E end of the Parish Church.
  148. II No.6 Cross Lane,,,,,clwyd,
    On the E side of this lane. Stepped down in the slope from the Prince of Wales PH.
  149. II No.66 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Detached beside the mill stream. Prominently sited facing down Church Street and with Butler Hill to rear.
  150. II No.7 Regent Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Below the road and set back from adjoining properties. Iron railed front garden.
  151. II No.9 Chapel Street,,,,,clwyd,
    Set into a row of buildings midway along the Street.
  152. II Old town Hall
    Between Berwyn Street and Hall Street with gable end facing E across the area known as Victoria Square. Now the International Eisteddfod Office.
  153. II Outbuildings at Plas Ifa
    Situated in farmyard of Plas Ifa on hillside above A539.
  154. II Pen-y-Bedw
    Set back at an angle to the road near the Y-junction at the top of the hill.
  155. II Pen-y-Bedw Cottage
    Set back at an angle to the road near the Y-junction at the top of the hill.
  156. II Pen-y-Maes
    Set along the steep slope below Plas Newydd; at right angles to the hill.
  157. II Pen-y-Vivod
    Set at right angles to the slope. Reached by a lane rising N from the Bryn-newydd Home Farm settlement.
  158. II Penddol
    Below the E bank of the Llangollen Canal and to N of the Eisteddfod ground. Reached off Abbey Road and over Canal bridge No 46.
  159. II Pengwern Hall
    Reached up a track N off the lane through Pengwern Vale, SE of Llangollen. Faces SW.
  160. II Penllyn Evangelical Free Church
    Above the road at the corner with Queen Street; iron railings on rubble wall to front of forecourt.
  161. II Pillar Box on Pavement outside No.1
    At the end of the lane up to Abbey Square.
  162. II Pillar Box on the corner with Chapel St & Berwyn St
    On the pavement outside the Old Bank.
  163. II Plas Berwyn
    Reached down a tree lined drive NW off A5. Panoramic views to NE towards Llantysilio. Terraced lawn to front.
  164. II Plas Ifa
    Situated on hillside above A539, overlooking the Vale of Llangollen.
  165. II* Plas Newydd Photos
    Set in its own grounds at the top of a secluded glen on the SE edge of the town. Topiary along front wall. Today the main gated entry is near the junction with Bache Mill Road.
  166. II* Plas yn y pentre Photos
    Situated in the Vale of Llangollen on by-road between Trevor and Trevor Uchaf, approximately 1km SW of Pont Cysylltau.
  167. II Police Station Photos
    Detached midway along the street at right angles to Town Hall
  168. II Pollar Box on the pavement outside the Town Hall
    In front of the Town Hall with its back to the Street.
  169. II Pont Felin Bache
    Carrying the road over the Cyflymen Brook to S of the Plas Newydd glen. To N of Bache Mill.
  170. II Poplar House
    Detached to left; near the E end of the street and the junction with Church Street. Gated access to left.
  171. II Post Office (excluding Dalesford)
    On W edge of the town with rear elevation to Hall Street.
  172. II Prince of Wales PH
    Approximately midway along the street, at top of the Cross Lane.
  173. II Railway Overbridge ,including ramped paths & revetments to W. of Llangollen Station
    Spanning the Llangollen to corwen railway line approximately 200 metres W of the station. Reached also from Green Lane along the southside of St John's Churchyard.
  174. II Railway Station (Main Building & Footbridge) Photos
    To NW of Llangollen Bridge; below the road.
  175. II Railway Viaduct to W of Berwyn Railway Station
    Immediately to W of Berwyn Railway Station and high above the S bank of the River Dee. The King's Bridge passes beneath at the W end. On a slight curve in the railway line.
  176. II Reynard's
    Set into a row of buildings midway along the Street.
  177. II Royal Hotel Photos
    At the W end of the street close to the bridge with side elevation to Castle Street; overlooking the River Dee to the rear. Known as Kings Head in early C19; after the visit of Princess Victoria in 1
  178. II Seventh Heaven
    At the end of a long run of listed items almost opposite the junction with Chapel Street. The cottages opposite the Hand Hotel formerly adjoined to right.
  179. II Siambr Wen
    Set back from the road above the Llangollen Canal; faces SW across the town.
  180. II Signal Box at Langollen railway Station Photos
    Immediately to SE of the railway station main building.
  181. II Silver Palace Takeaway
    On corner with Berwyn Street.
  182. I St.Collen's Parish Church Photos
    Towards the edge of the town centre; also reached from Chapel Street behind the Hand Hotel and Regent Street. In sloping churchyard.
  183. II Stables & Hay Store to SE side of the Home Farmyard
    Beside the road to SW of Vivod, on levelled site. Rubble walls bordering the entrance to the farmyard.
  184. II Summer-house & Walled Garden with Ha-ha and Gate Piers at Trevor Hall
    Situated immediately south of main front of Trevor Hall and overlooking Vale of Llangollen.
  185. II Sundial in the churchyard of St. Collen's Parish Church Photos
    To S of church almost opposite the main entrance. Recently resited.
  186. II Sycamore
    Approximately 1km NW of the town centre. Below the road with rear elevation overlooking the railway. On steeply sloping ground close to modern road bridge over the Llangollen Canal.
  187. II* T-Shaped Range to rear of Pengwern Hall (including Vaulted Undercroft)
    Attached at right angles to rear of Pengwern Hall at SW end; reached up a track N off the lane through Pengwern Vale, SE of Llangollen.
  188. II Tan-y-Bwlch
    Reached from the lane that runs NW from the end of Willow Street. Faces S with converted former farm buildings to E.
  189. II Telephone Call-box at the corner with Butler Hill
    Set against the low wall that borders the pavement at the W end of Pont Felin Hen; Butler Hill rises to S.
  190. II The Hollies Cottage
    Just off Birch Hill at the bottom of the lane leading to Bryntirion Terrace. Set in slope.
  191. II The Lodge
    Approximately 0.4 km NE of Vivod house. On the N side of a sharp bend in the lane leading S off the A5. Set in the slope.
  192. II The Nook
    Detached group midway along the street.
  193. II The Old Armoury Photos
    Between Berwyn Street and Hall Street with gable end facing E across the area known as Victoria Square. Now the International Eisteddfod Office.
  194. II The Old Bank (including the Lower Range entered from Capel Street Photos
    On the W corner with Chapel Street.
  195. II The Old Vicarage
    Situated on W side of by-road between Trevor and Plas-yn-pentre, 350 m SW of Pont Cysylltau.
  196. II The Ponsonby Arms PH
    At roadside on the eastern edge of the town; detached. River Dee below to rear; the railway line also formerly ran to rear.
  197. II The Sun Inn PH
    On the corner with Church Street; stepped down from No 47. Opposite the former Sun Brewery.
  198. II The Tower
    Above the road on a bend in the hill. A prominent building when looking E from The Geraint. Said to have been a watchtower for Castle Dinas Bran; also sometime school.
  199. II The Woolpack Restaurant
    Detached to right, midway along the street. Formerly a woolstore.
  200. II Toll Gatehouse
    At the roadside on the eastern edge of the town.
  201. II Town Hall Photos
    Set back from the road on the corner with Parade Street.
  202. II Tregarth
    Stepped down and back from the Wynnstay Arms PH on the corner with Chapel Street.
  203. II Tregwern
    Above the road and set back behind railed forecourt.
  204. I Trevor Hall
    Set in a wooded hillside location overlooking its own parkland and the eastern end of the vale of Llangollen.
  205. II Trevor Old Mill
    Situated in the Vale of Llangollen on by-road between Trevor and Trevor Uchaf, approximately 1.1 km SW of Pont Cysylltau.
  206. II Ty Brethyn
    Approximately 1 km S of the Dee Bridge in Llangollen, on the N bank of the Cyflymen brook. Reached by a track which runs W from the top of Grange Road.
  207. II Ty Cerrig
    Approximately 3 km by road SE of Vivod reached by a track that begins at the NW base of 'The Geraint' and runs past Bwlch. Prominently sited, with gable end to the slope, on levelled site facing NE.
  208. II Ty-Isa
    Reached from Dinbren road. On S side of the lane to Geufron Hall, high above the town. The front now faces uphill towards Dinas Bran.
  209. II* Tyn-Dwr
    Set in its own grounds to SE of Llangollen; tree lined drive.
  210. II U-Plan Farm Group at Trevor Hall Farm
    Situated immediately downhill to east of Trevor Hall and beside main driveway; set into slope with open farmyard facing east. About 1km west of Trevor.
  211. II Village Pine
    Detached group midway along the street
  212. II Vivod
    About 3 1/2 km W of Llangollen, to SW of Berwyn. Prominently sited on sloping ground in a curve of the hillside; below the road and set in its own grounds. Reached along drive past lodge and coach h
  213. II War Memorial Photos
    Across the corner with Bridge Street; set in a railed enclosure.
  214. II Watkins & Williams
    Set forward to left of the Old Bank.
  215. II Wedding Limousines
    Facing S across Llangollen Bridge.
  216. II Wellhouse with Font in the grounds of Plas Newydd
    At the SE edge of the Glen reached along path beside the Cyflymen brook and beside one of the bridges.
  217. II Welsh Crafts
    Facing S across Llangollen Bridge.
  218. II Welsh Crafts & Gifts
    Stepped down and forward from No 41 to right.
  219. II Wenffrwd
    Close to the Community Council boundary. Set back from the road and high above the Llangollen Canal, the main elevation overlooking the Vale of Llangollen.
  220. II Wharf Cottage
    Set into the slope on the northern side of the town; the Llangollen Canal above to rear.
  221. II Williams & Morgan
    Stepped down and forward from No 41 to right.
  222. II Willow House (including Former Coach House to right)
    Set in the slope at the bottom of the hill at the Y-junction with Hall Street.
  223. II Wynnstay Arms PH
    Stepped up from the adjoining properties.
  224. II Y Bryn
    Set in the slope towards the lower end of the hill.

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