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Listed Buildings in Rhosybol, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Agricultural range at Rectory
    Set back, within private grounds, from the E side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog. The former rectory is c250m E of the Church of St Dyfrydog, and the agricultural rang
  2. II Capel Mwd (Capel Newydd) and attached cottage
    Set on a low ridge one mile S of Parys Mountain with Afon Goch along W side of burial ground with tomb chests. Reached across the fields from farm road to Penyrallt.
  3. II* Church of St Tyfrydog
    Located within a circular churchyard to W side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog.
  4. II Churchyard wall at Church of St Tyfrydog
    Enclosing the circular churchyard of the Church of St Tyfrydog; at the W side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the hamlet of Llandyfrydog.
  5. II Clorach-bach
    Set back from the S side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. Clorach-bach is S of the junction with Lon Leidr to S of Llandyfrydog.
  6. II Clorach-fawr
    Set back from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 at the E end of the village of Llanerchymedd; c1.25km SE of the Church of St Dyfrydog.
  7. II Gwredog
    Set back, down a private driveway, from the NW side of the country road leading NE from the small hamlet of Rhosgoch.
  8. II* Hammels at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The hammels are located to E of the farmhouse.
  9. II Llwydiarth Esgob Farmhouse
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech.
  10. II Melin Esgob
    Set back below the W side of a country road leading SW off the road to S of the village of Capel Parc. Melin Esgob is along the E side of a tributary of the Afon Goch.
  11. II National School (former)
    Set at an angle to the NW side of Lon Leidr at the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog. The former National School lies directly to SW of the Church of St Tyfrydog.
  12. II* Range including cornbarn, granary, threshing room and lofted cowhouse at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The corn barn range is to the W of the farmhouse.
  13. II* Range including cowhouse, stables, coach house, smithy and poultry house at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The cowhouse, stables and coach house range is located to the
  14. II* Range including pigsties, laundry, slaughter house, cartsheds and coalshed at Llwydiarth Esgob Farm
    Set well back, along a private driveway, from the N side of a country road leading E off the B5111 out of Llanerchymedd towards Benllech. The pigsty, laundry and slaughter house range is located NE o
  15. II Rectory
    Set back, within private grounds, from the E side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog. The former rectory is c250m E of the Church of St Dyfrydog.
  16. II Sundial at Church of St Tyfrydog
    Located within a circular churchyard to W side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog; the sundial is sited directly to S of church.
  17. II Ty Mawr
    Set at right angles to the E side of Lon Leidr in the centre of the small hamlet of Llandyfrydog. Ty Mawr is directly NE of the Church of St Tyfrydog.
  18. II Tyn y Pwll
    Located at the W side of the country road leading N out of the village of Capel Parc. Tyn y Pwll is at the S end of a row of 3 houses.

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