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Listed Buildings in Llanidan, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Barn with attached cartshed-granary, at Llan Idan farm Photos
    Located in the farmyard of Llan Idan farm, set centrally in the farm range, abutted to the N by the granary-cartshed, and to the S by a cowhouse-stable range.
  2. II Capel Horeb
    Located near the centre of Brynsiencyn, set back slightly from the E side of the A4080.
  3. II Capel Horeb Assembly rooms
    Located to the left, and in the grounds of, Capel Horeb, set back slightly from the E side of the A4080 near the centre of Brysiencyn.
  4. II Capel Libanus
    Located on the E side of Brynsiencyn, c150m S of the junction with the A4080.
  5. II Church of St. Nidan (new church)
    Located within a walled churchyard, c750m NW of the old Church of St. Nidan, and c.500m NE of Brynsiencyn, on the N side of the A4080.
  6. II Corn barn at Trefarthen (S side of yard)
    Located on the S side of the farmyard of Trefarthen.
  7. II Corn-barn at Trefarthen (N side of yard)
    Located on the N side of the farmyard of Trefarthen.
  8. II Cowhouse, Hammels and Cartshed at Trefarthen
    A long range on the E side of the farmyard at Trefarthen, forming the link between the two corn barns.
  9. II Ha-Ha to South of Llanidan House
    Curving ha-ha wall to the E and S of Llanidan House, enclosing the garden.
  10. II Hen Ysgol and Church Hall
    Located on a side road on the N side of the A4080 Brynsiencyn Road, c150m W of the Church of St. Nidan (New Church).
  11. II* Llanidan Hall
    Located 20m S of the Church of St. Nidan (old church), c1.2 km E of Brynsiencyn, set within a boundary wall.
  12. II Melin Bodowyr
    Located to the S of Melin Bodowyr farmhouse, on the N side of an unmarked road between the farms of Llys Lew and Bodrida, c 2km NE of Brynsiencyn.
  13. II Mill and Waterwheel, with attached Stables, at Trefarthen
    Located on the W side of the farmyard of Trefarthen. The waterwheel is in a covered wheelpit on the W side of the building.
  14. II Pigsty and boiling house at Trefarthen
    A free-standing building located on the E side of the farmyard of Trefarthen.
  15. II Pont Melin Bodowyr
    Located c2 km NE of Brynsiencyn, spanning an un-named river draining from Rhos y Llyn, immediately E of Melin Bodowyr.
  16. II Porthamel
    Located 700m SE of the A4080 Brynsiencyn Road, at the end of a single track drive. In front of the house is a walled terrace with dressed coping; central steps down to the lawn are flanked by dressed
  17. II Privy tower at Porthamel
    Located to the S of Porthamel house, in the corner of the garden. The tower is set alongside a former road (now disused) leading up from the the Menai Strait.
  18. II* St. Nidan's Church (Old Church) Photos
    Set within a stone walled circular churchyard, 20m N of Llanidan House, and c750m SE of the new Church of St. Nidan.
  19. II Stables at Llanidan House
    Located 50m NW of Llanidan House, set within the boundary walls.
  20. II Tai Cochion
    Located c1.5km S of Brynsiencyn, at the end of a short drive leading off a minor road leading to the edge of the Menai Strait.
  21. II Trefarthen Photos
    Located c800m S of Brynsiencyn, at the end of a slate-fenced and walled farm road. The house overlooks parkland with slate-fenced stands of trees, and towards the Menai Strait c450m to the E. Behind t
  22. II Ty Capel
    Located on a side road on the E side of Brynsiencyn, abutting Rhon Capel (which is now a community centre). In front of the N side of the cottage is a small walled garden with a wrought iron gate.
  23. II Wall of circular churchyard, St. Nidan's Church (Old Church)
    Enclosing the churchyard of the Church of St. Nidan (Old Church), 20m N of Llanidan House, and c750m SE of the new Church of St. Nidan.
  24. II Walls of Enclosed Garden to West of Llanidan Hall
    Llanidan
  25. II Yr Uncorn
    Located in a prominent location on the NW shore of the Menai Strait, 600m S of Trefarthen.

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