IIFarm Buildings at Bron-Eifion Farm Bron-Eifion farm lies immediately N of the large country mansion built by J A Greaves. The cattle accommodation is the most northerly of three groups of farm buildings.
IFfynnon Cybi and associated works The well lies in the narrow valley below the slopes of Garn Bentyrch, and is reached by a footpath from the NE corner of the churchyard, crossing two fields, the second by a causeway.
IIMilestone The milestone stands immediately at the W end of the N parapet of the bridge, under a road sign.
IIMilestone The milestone stands opposite the farm road to Tanllyn, on the old turnpike road from Chwilog to Llanaelhaearn via Pencaenewydd.
IIMilestone The milestone is on the N side of the Chwilog village street, standing against the wall of a house known as Tegfan.
II*Moriah Methodist Chapel The building is located at the centre of the village, set back from and below the road; opposite the Lloyd George Memorial Museum. The lawned churchyard has a low rubble boundary wall to the road.
IINo 1, Minafon The pair of cottages stands at the W end of the village on the S side of the main road opposite the school.
IINo 2, Minafon The pair of cottages stands at the W end of the village on the S side of the main road opposite the school.
IIOld Tollgate Cottage The tollgate cottage was erected c1808 to control access to the Portmadoc to Porthdinllaen road, B4354.
IPenarth-fawr The house stands on a minor road running N from the A497, W of Pwllheli towards Llanarmon.
IIPlas Gwynfryn The house stands in its own parkland N of Llanystumdwy, and is reached from a long driveway from the road running N from the W end of the village.
II*Plas-du The farm lies to the S of the village of Pencaenewydd, SW of the former turnpike road to Porthdinllaen.
IIPlas-y-nant The farmhouse is on the S side of the B4354 through Chwilog, at the E end of the village.
IIPont Ffynnon-gadfa The causeway bridge carries the road from Pencaenewydd over the Afon Erch, running to the SW of the village.
IIPont Llanystumdwy The bridge carries the main street of the village over the Afon Dwyfor.
IIPont Rhyd-y-benllig A road bridge across the Afon Dwyfor, some 7.3km N of Cricieth and S of Rhoslan hamlet.
IIPont Rhyd-y-croesau The bridge carries the road running NW from Llanystumdwy across the deep wooded glen of the Afon Dwyfor.
IIPont Ynys Creua The causeway bridge carries the minor road from Llangybi to Bryncir over the Afon Wen and adjoining marshland.
IIPost Office and attached House The building is in a row, adjoining Tafarn Madryn on the W. The attached house adjoins the shop and post office on the W side, part of the row on the S side of the main road through the village.
IIYnysgain ganol Ynysgain lies between the new by-pass road for Llanystumdwy and the sea, SE of the village. Ynysgain ganol farm lies on a farm road leading to where the Afon Dwyfor enters the sea.
IIYsgol Llanystumdwy The school lies at the W end of the village, on the N side of the road.
IIYsgubor Degwm Situated approximately 0.5km E of Penarth Fawr and midway between B4354 and A497. A field barn reached along a farm lane.
IIYsgubor-hen The house stands on rising ground mid-way between Llanystumdwy and Chwilog, and 400m N of the toll house on the A497 crossroads.
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