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Listed Buildings in Penmaenmawr, Conwy

  1. II Attached former Minister's House
    Set back slightly from the road at the junction with Graigllwyd Road; behind low copied and railed walls enclosing a partly-bedded, inclined forecourt.
  2. II Brynmor
    Located in the centre of the town at right-angles with the street, and facing E behind a rubble garden wall.
  3. II Brynmor Cottage
    Located in the centre of the town at right-angles with the street, and facing E behind a rubble garden wall.
  4. II Church of St Seiriol
    Towards the eastern edge of Penmaenmawr, on a narrow road above the main street
  5. II Gladstone Monument Photos
    Located on an island at the cross-roads with Paradise Road, immediately N of the main street, Pant-yr-Afon.
  6. II Graiglwyd Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1.5km S of Penmaenmawr, overlooking the town on a hillside site within its own walled orchard; accessed from the lance via a short farm track.
  7. II Horeb Capel
    Located in the centre of Dwygyfylchi, some 2km E of Penmaenmawr; on the street line
  8. II Incline Drumhouse at New Bank
    Located on a slope above Penmaenmawr overlooking the sea and the quarry works below; on the New Bank of the former Graigclwyd quarry, now disused.
  9. II Incline Drunhouse at Middle Bank
    Located high up above Penmaenmawr overlooking the sea and the town below; on the middle bank of the quarry, now disused.
  10. II Penmaenmawr Railway Station Photos
    Located at the N edge of the town at the bottom of Paradise Road.
  11. II Primary Barn at Graiglwyd Farmhouse
    Located approximately 1.5km S of Penmaenmawr, overlooking the town on a hillside site immediately to the E of the farmhouse; accessed from the lane via a short farm track and oriented N-S, its S gable
  12. II Roman Catholic Church of the Lady of the Rosary
    Set back slightly from the road at the junction with Graigllwyd Road; behind low copied and railed walls enclosing a partly-bedded, inclined forecourt.
  13. II Sett Makers Huts at New Bank
    Located on a slope above Penmaenmawr overlooking the sea and the quarry works below; on the New Bank of the former Graigclwyd quarry, now disused.

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