IIPant-y-Ceubren Located at the eastern edge of the community approximately 1km E of the centre of the village; accessed via a farm track running E from the road. The house is raised up and set back slightly behind a
IIPont Lliw Spanning the Afon Dyfrdwy at the north-western approach to the village and carrying the main road.
IIPont Ty Nant Spanning the Nant Bwlch-y-Pawl a short distance to the W of Ty Nant farm in the Cwm Cynllwyd; carrying the Cwm Cynllyd road.
IIPont-y-Pandy Spanning the Afon Twrch at the SE end of the village.
IIPrys Mawr Located approximately 0.5km W of Llanuwchllyn village, set back from the road and surrounded by mature trees; accessed via a track running W from the road.
IIRhydloew On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
IIRhydybod Located at the northern end of the Cwm Cynllwyd, a short distance to the NW of Talardd; set back slightly below the road on the SW side.
IIThe Village Pump Set back from the road to the L on entering the village; raised up slightly on a square plinth of limestone setts.
IITrem Wawr On the street-line, in the centre of the village.
IITy'n y Ffridd To S of village about 500m S of railway line, on W side of Afon Twrch; due E of Garth-Isaf
IITy'r Hen Gapel To N of minor road from A 494 (near Llanuwchllyn) to Dolhendre, about 600m from junction with A 494. Attached to L (W) of chapel and set back behind slab-coped rubble forecourt walls.
IIWerglodd Wen Located near the NW boundary of the community, approximately 500m SE of Caer Gai Roman camp and 1km N of Llanuwchllyn village; accessed from the main road via a lane running N.
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