II,7,School Terrace,Abererch,Pwllheli,,LL53 5LR Pair of cottages located on the N side of the main street, opposite Ty Gwyn. At the end of the gardens, on the boundary, a wide-fronted tai-cychan with a pitched slated roof and boarded door for each
II,8,School Terrace,Abererch,Pwllheli,,LL53 5LR Pair of cottages located on the N side of the main street, opposite Ty Gwyn. At the end of the gardens, on the boundary, a wide-fronted tai-cychan with a pitched slated roof and boarded door for each
IIArosfa The house stands on a cut-off bend in the main Pwllheli to Caernarfon road, on the corner of a minor road.
IIAwelon Row of cottages, Nos 19-24 (consec), located on the S side of the main street at the centre of Abererch.
II*Bodfel Bodfel stands to the NW of Efailnewydd, approached by a minor road running due N, approximately 400m N of Pont Bodfel.
IIBodfel-bach The former farmhouse is located in the SE angle of the crossroads NW of Efailnewydd.
IIBridge at Tyddyn Rhoddyn The bridge carries the minor road running S from Rhos-fawr to Abererch over the Afon Ddwyryd.
IIBryn-afon Pair of cottages on the S side of the main street, in the centre of Abererch.
IIBwlch y ffordd isaf The farm is about 400m N of Y Ffor crossroads, at the junction of a minor road to Pencaenewydd.
IICapel Ebenezer The chapel stands at the top of the hill on the W side, on the corner of the road to the A499, leading N from Pwllheli.
IICarthouse at Ty Iocws The house stands at the end of a long driveway leading off the main road N of Pwllheli. The service yard is at the N end of the rear wing.
IICefn Mine The house stands in its own grounds, and is approached by a driveway off the road running S from the crossroads, NE of Efailnewydd.
IIChurch Hall The church hall stands in a walled enclosure at the side of the main access to the churchyard, opposite Ty-uchaf.
IChurch of St Cawrdaf The parish church stands in the large churchyard well furnished with slate tombstones, including some C18 ledger stones at the E, at the W end of Abererch village.
IIChurch of St Cynfil The church stands on a bluff overlooking the marshes between Pwllheli and Llanbedrog.
IIClogwyn Tower The tower stands on the highest point of the dolerite ridge NE of Pwllheli and 1120m WNW of Abererch church.
IICowhouse and Barn Range at Llwyndyrus The farm yard at Llwyndyrus stands apart from the farm, and against the road running W from Y Ffor. The range is at right angles to the farmbuilding backing on to the road.
IICowhouse Range at Plas-gwyn Plas-gwyn stands approximately 700m S of Y Ffor. The cowhouse range lies W of the farmhouse, and forms the NW side of the square farmyard.
IIFarm Building at Llwyndyrus The farm yard at Llwyndyrus stands apart from the farm and alongside the road running W from Y Ffor. This building is set close to and parallel with the road, and is separated from the main N-S range
IIHammel Range at Llwyndyrus The farm yard for cattle at Llwyndyrus stands apart from the farm and alongside the road running W from Y Ffor. The hammel range backs on to the road and is in line with the earlier farm building.
IIHammel Range at Plas-gwyn Plas-gwyn lies approximately 700m S of Y Ffor. The Hammel with its yard walls forms the NW side of the farmyard.
IIHay Barn at Mela Mela farm lies approximately 800m directly WSW of Pentreuchaf crossroads. The hay barn stands to the N of the farmhouse.
IILlannerch The farm lies on a minor road leading off the road between Llannor and Pentreuchaf.
II*Llwyndyrus The farmhouse stands back from the road running NW from Y Ffor.
IIMilestone The milestone stands in the road verge near the junction of the drive to Hendrefeinwas and the main road, E of its junction with the road from Abererch.
IIMilestone The milestone is at the W edge of the village of Efailnewydd, near the junction of a minor road running N to Bodfel.
IIMorawel Pair of cottages on the S side of the main street, in the centre of Abererch.
IIN Farm Range at Penychain Pen-ychain farm is situated on the headland c4km E of Pwllheli. This range, on a hilltop, forms the long N side of the farmyard.
IIOtter House at Ty Iocws Ty Iocws (formerly Yoke House) stands at the end of a long driveway, leaving the main road approximately 1km N of Pwllheli. The Otter House is in the centre of a pebbled service yard to the N of the
IIPenychain Farmhouse The farm is on Pen-ychain headland, c4 km E of Pwllheli and close to the W side of the holiday camp, and is reached by a farm road from the A497.
IIPicton Jones Monument The monument stands in the NE corner of the churchyard of St Cawrdaf's Church, at the rear of the Church Hall.
IIPig-swill House at Ty Iocws Ty Iocws stands at the end of a long drive off the main road running N from Pwllheli. The small building stands apart from the service yard in a walled toft.
IIPiggery at Penychain The farm is on the headland, c4km E of Pwllheli. The piggery closes the farmyard at the NE corner, and is separated from the hammel by a narrow service passage.
II*Plas Bodegroes The house stands in its own parkland and gardens, reached by a driveway from Bodegroes Lodge on the main road from Pwllheli to the NW.
II*Plas-gwyn Plas-gwyn lies off the main Pwllheli to Caernarfon road, approximately 700m S of Y Ffor crossroads.
IIPont Abererch The bridge is at the E end of the village of Abererch, carrying the road over the Afon Erch.
IIPont Bodfel The bridge carries the major road N from Pwllheli to Nefyn over the Afon Rhyd-hir, some 900m N of Efailnewydd.
IIPont Penprys The bridge lies c900m NNW of Pentreuchaf, and carries the road from Y Ffor W over the Afon Llannor.
IIPont Rhyd-hir The bridge carries the road running W from Efailnewydd over the Afon Rhyd-hir valley.
IIPont-y-pandy and causeway The bridge carries the minor road from Pentreuchaf to the W, over the Afon Llannor by a long curved causeway.
IIRhydelen Row of four cottages on the S side of the main street, in the centre of Abererch.
IITy-gwyn The house stands on the S side of the main street through the village.
IITy-uchaf The house aligns with the main access to the churchyard, near the W end of the village.
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