IIPont Melin Bodowyr Located c2 km NE of Brynsiencyn, spanning an un-named river draining from Rhos y Llyn, immediately E of Melin Bodowyr.
IIPorthamel 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
IIPrivy 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.
IITai 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.
IITrefarthen 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
IITy 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.
IIYr Uncorn Located in a prominent location on the NW shore of the Menai Strait, 600m S of Trefarthen.
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