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Listed Buildings in Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys

  1. II Alltwineu
    Located at the N end of a long narrow lane which runs parallel and E of the River Irfon. Approx 1.3 km NW of the church of St David.
  2. II Capel Bethel including attached vestries to rear and forecourt wall and railings Photos
    In a prominent location near the centre of the town adjacent to the bridge over the River Irfon. The entrance faces the road (E) and the S side faces Victoria Square. To the W is an adjoining house,
  3. II* Church of St David Photos
    Located in an exceptional setting in the Irfon valley just above the confluence with the Nant Lletgwial. Set in a large circular churchyard with many monuments.
  4. II Churchyard Monument, Llanfihangel Abergwesyn
    Located towards the centre of the graveyard to the E of the remains of the church, and surrounded by yew trees.
  5. II Dinas
    Located on the S side of a narrow lane approx 0.3km W of the church of St David. In a raised position overlooking the valley to the S and backing on to the road.
  6. II Dol y Coed
    Situated 0.5km NW of Llanwrtyd Wells between the River Irfon and the mountain road to Abergwesyn. Faces S; path to W leads to former spa buildings.
  7. II Dol y Coed Well-House
    Set in the grounds W of the Dol y Coed Hotel and approached by footpaths. Immediately N of the former Pump House.
  8. II Esgair Dafydd
    Located at the end of a short track off the NW side of the A483 between Llanwrtyd Wells and Llandovery.
  9. II Former Dol y Coed Pump Room
    Set in the grounds W of the Dol y Coed Hotel and approached by footpaths. Immediately S of the Well-House.
  10. II Former Pumphouse at Victoria Wells
    Located approx. 100m west of the end of Victoria Road at Victoria Wells. Victoria Road leaves Llanwrtyd Wells from the south-west and runs along the southern edge of the River Irfon.
  11. II Llanwrtyd War Memorial Institute
    Located near the centre of the town and fronting the road. One of a pair of houses, that to the W modernised.
  12. II Llanwrtyd Wells Station & North Platform
    Small station building with large forecourt set below road and sited on the N railway platform. Approx 0.6km SE of the town centre.
  13. II Llwyn-Derw
    At the end of a driveway which runs W off the Llanwrtyd to Abergwesyn road, and W of the River Irfon.
  14. II Moriah Chapel
    Set back from the W side of the road through Abergwesyn and reached by a short path. The entrance is to the W end.
  15. II Nant y Brain
    On the W side of the Llanwrtyd to Abergwesyn road and set back slightly.
  16. II Nant Ystalwyn
    Located in mountainous terrain along a track which runs N off the Abergwesyn to Tregaron road. The house faces the River Towy to the W and is built parallel with it.
  17. II Neuadd Arms Hotel
    Prominently located in the centre of Llanwrtyd Wells and fronting a small square opposite Pont Rhyd y Ferrau.
  18. II Old School House
    On the S side of the lane which runs from Abergwesyn to Beulah. The entrance faces N with a small car park to the E.
  19. II Pont Rhyd y Fferau
    The bridge carries the A483 over the River Irfon in the centre of Llanwrtyd Wells.
  20. II Railway Bridge over River Irfon
    Located at the SE corner of the Dolwen Fields and surrounded by trees. To the W of Llanwrtyd Wells Station.

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