IICernioge Farmhouse (Cerniogau-mawr) The farmhouse lies near the village of Glasfryn, at the E edge of the community, and is set back at an angle to the road, with its farm buildings set apart to the W.
IIChapel at Hafod The chapel is set at a remote crossroads on the edge of open moorland 2.75km from the junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
IILaundry, stable and bothy at Voelas The building containing the laundry, garage, stable and bothy is set transversely at the E end of the terrace across the main S front of the house.
IIMaes-gwyn The farmhouse stands parallel to the road, closing a forecourt.
IIMelin Voelas Pentrefoelas mill stands at the E end of the village, approximately 100m from the crossroads, placed gable to the road.
IIMill House The row of estate cottages form a block fronting the Nebo Road on the E side climbing towards the church, and continuing the line established by Nos 1 and 2.
IINant-y-creau Nant-y-creau farm is situated immediately N of the junction of the Denbigh Road with the A5 Holyhead Road. The farmhouse lies immediately W of the farmyard, set back behind a front garden.
IIPont Pentre'r foelas The bridge, which adjoins the A5 Holyhead Road in the village centre, carries the minor road to Rhydlydan along the S side of the valley.
IIPont Rhydlydan The bridge is in the middle of the hamlet of Rhydlydan, carrying the S road to Pentrefoelas over the Afon Merddwr.
IIPont Twllaran The bridge adjoins the A5 Holyhead Road immediately N of the hamlet of Rhydlydan and carries the minor road to Cwm Llwm.
IIPont-yr-odyn The bridge occurs in Pentrefoelas village at the bend at the top of the main street, rising from its junction with the A5 Holyhead Road.
IIRange of buildings at Nant-y-creau The range runs N-S, enclosing the farmyard on the E side, and separated from the other farm buildings by a driftway leading out to the N.
IIStable Building at Bryn-heilyn The farm lies along a farm track between the Cwm Llwm Road N of Rhydlydan and Cwrt-y-llyn. The stable faces the farmhouse across the road.
IIStable building at Cernioge The building lies opposite Cernioge farm, and is set at an angle to the Holyhead Road, at the start of a farm road to Cwrt-y-llyn.
IISummer House at Voelas The summer house is built in with the wall between the house and the stable yard, approximately 20m from the house.
IITelephone Call-box at Hafod Hafod is at a remote crossroads on the edge of open moorland 2.75km from the junction with the A5 Holyhead Road. The call box is located close to the end of the small chapel.
IITyrpeg Mynydd The house stands close to the road on the 350m contour at the S boundary of the moorland of Mynydd Hiraethog.
II*Voelas Voelas Estate lies on the W edge of the community, W of Pentrefoelas. The house stands in its own parkland overlooking the picturesque narrow valley of the Afon Conwy.
IIYr Hen Ysgol The building lies alongside the road immediately W of the bridge at the sharp bend.
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