IIBodgarad Situated in a remote, isolated location among pasture fields at the end of a long farm track running north-eastwards from Rhostryfan; narrow rubble-walled path leads from track to front of farmhouse.
IICae Hen Remote rural location close to the route of the former Welsh Highland Railway, reached by a track off the no-through road running south-eastwards from Bontnewydd; the farmhouse sits in a garden with l
IICae'r Gors Located on the left side of the road from Rhostryfan to the crossroads in Rhosgadfan, the cottage has a low rubblestone wall to the front and a high rubblestone wall with iron gate to the road.
IICefn Rhengwrt Situated approximately 1.5km south-east of Saron at the end of a short track off the road between Saron and Llandwrog; the farmhouse stands in a small garden with the farmbuildings immediately to the
IIChurch of St Gwyndaf Located immediately to the west of the line of the former Welsh Highland Railway in an originally oval-shaped churchyard now considerably extended to the north-west; high rubblestone wall on roadside
IICowhouse at Bodgarad Situated behind the farmhouse at Bodgarad, forming an L-shaped range of buildings with the adjoining calf-rearing house to the north-east.
IIErw Situated in a remote, isolated location among pasture fields on the north side of the no-through road/bridleway running south-eastwards from Bontnewydd towards Betws Garmon; drystone rubble-walled enc
IIGlan Gors Located approximately 0.5km north-east of Rhosgadfan close to and below the no-through road from Tyn Lwyn to Hafod Owen; rubblestone wall to road with slate path leading to cottage.
IIGorphwysfa Situated on the east side of the road between Rhosgadfan and Y Fron, the cottage is set in the rear right corner of a roughly rectangular enclosure with rubblestone walls, lower and topped with spear-
IIHay Barn at Bodgarad Situated behind the other farmbuildings to the east of the farmhouse at Bodgarad.
IIMaengwyn Situated on the south-east side of the A 499 approximately 0.5 km south of Llanwnda; set behind a low rubblestone wall with cut slate coping and iron railings with fleur-de-lys finials and urn-capped
IITafarn Hen (The Old Tavern) Located on the west side of the A 487 at the junction with the minor road running westwards to the Church of St Gwyndaf; low rubblestone wall to front.
IITan-y-ffynnon Situated on its own by roadside in pasture fields, enclosed by a hedge and rubblestone wall; traditional cottage garden on entrance side and large slate slab path and external privy to rear.
IITegfan and adjoining cottage to right Situated on south-east side of road in Rhosgadfan; rubblestone wall in front to pavement, original stone-on-edge coping mostly replaced with concrete finials and horizontal steel railing; iron gate to
IIThe Haven Situated on the east side of the main village street at Rhos Isaf with a smaller cottage [Ferndale] attached to the north gable end; low brick wall with privet hedge in front.
IITy-hen Situated on rising ground in pasture fields on the west side of the A 499 approximately 0.8km south-east of Llanwnda; the farmyard lies immediately to the east.
IITyddyn Engan Situated in edge-of-moorland location directly adjacent to track leading to Tan Foel Bach; small rubblestone-walled enclosure and slate path to front.
IITyddyn y Gwydd Set in a remote rural location close to the route of the former Welsh Highland Railway, reached by a track to the north of the no-through road running south-eastwards from Bontnewydd.
IITyddyn-Difyr and associated field walls Situated in isolated location above and to the north-east of Rhosgadfan on moorland edge within its own drystone-walled small field system, reached by a rough track from the road.
IITyn Llwyn Situated approximately 0.5km north of Rhosgadfan on its own in pasture fields at the head of the no-through road to Bod Owen; low rubblestone wall in front.
IITyn Twll Situated within its own irregular rubble-walled enclosure on moorland off the track running south-eastwards from Rhosgadfan towards the former Moel Tryfan Quarry.
IIVoryd Cottage and attached limekiln Set in a remote location on a minor road running along the south-eastern edge of Voryd Bay, a tidal mud estuary fed by Afon Gwyrfai and Afon Carrog.
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