IIChurch House Prominently-sited opposite the parish church at the cross-roads in the centre of the village; set behind low rubble walls.
IIOld Telegraph House Located in a commanding position on the highest point of the Mynydd Marian, with spectacular views of the bay to the N and the uplands to the rear accessed via a long unmetalled track running W from B
II*Parish Church of St. Cynfran Prominently sited in the centre of Llysfaen village at the main cross-roads; located on a commanding site within a circular, rubble-walled graveyard.
IITy Mawr Located on an elevated, sloping site facing the sea approximately 1.5 km W of the village centre; accessed via an unmetalled track running W from the lane and set at the southern side of a former farm
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