IChurch of St Cynhafal Reached by a minor road east of Llangynhafal. The churchyard is circular, considerably raised above road level on the west, and partly surrounded by a rubble stone wall. War memorial set in west wall
II*Church of St Hychan At the west side of the B5429, north of the turning to Pont Llanychan. The churchyard is rounded at the north but is otherwise square.
IICruck Barn at Ty-coch In the farmyard of Ty-coch, at the east side of the minor road from Llangwyfan to Llangynhafal.
IIFfynnon Gynhafal To south side of Plas Dolben farmhouse, the water issuing at the corner of a field.
IIOld Rectory About 200m west of the parish church, reached by a private drive from the crossroads below the church. Walled garden to rear, grounds at front.
II*Plas-draw Set back on the east side of the minor road from Llangynhafal to Hirwaen (in Llanbedr).
IIPlas-yn-llan In Llangynhafal, overlooking and immediately east of the parish church.
IIPlas-yn-rhos Old Farmhouse At east side of the B5429 about 1km south of the village of Gellifor. The house is approached through a shorth walled drive, the right wall of which was part of a walled garden. In the south face of t
IIPont Llanychan Carrying the Llanychan to Llanynys road over the River Clwyd, about 200m south of St Hychan's church.
IIPont Telpyn Carrying a minor road over the River Clwyd, about 1km south of St Hychan's church.
IIWern-fawr Farmhouse Set about 500m back on the east side of the minor road from Llangynhafal to Hirwaen (in Llanbedr), the lane starting about 100m south of the entrance to Plas Draw. Former farm-buildings informally lin
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