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Listed Buildings in Trefriw, Conwy

  1. II Barn to the W of Cwmannog
    Located immediately W of the farmhouse and sited with its NW gable into the slope of the hill.
  2. II Bron Edda
    Located at the SE edge of the town on a hillside, backing onto the Coed y Wern; at the end of a short lane leading S from the Pont-y-Pandy.
  3. II Chaff mill and carthouse at Cwmannog
    Located on the roadside 50m SW of Cwmannog farmhouse and set against a hill-slope to the rear.
  4. II Cwmannog Farmhouse AKA Gymmannog
    Located 1.5 km W of Trefriw immediately to the N of the Trefriw-Llyn Geirionydd road, where it bridges the Afon Crafnant; set against the slope of a hill facing a random-cobbled enclosure.
  5. II Ffynnon Gowper
    Located on the W side of the B 5106 (Gwydir Road), approximately 750m SE of Gwydir Castle.
  6. II Former Coachhouse at Gwydir Castle including associated wall and entrance arch adjoining to the E
    Backing on to the N side of the B 5106 (Gwydir Road), immediately to the W of Gwydir Castle.
  7. II Glan-y-Ddol
    On the street line, opposite the church of St. Mary and stepped-down and adjoining Tan-yr-Yw.
  8. I Gwydir Castle (including gatehouse) Photos
    Located approximately 1km S of Llanrwst at right-angles with the B5106 (Gwydir Road).
  9. II Gwydir Cottage
    Set back and raised up slightly on the W side of the B 5106 (Gwydir Road), some 200m SE of Gwydir Castle.
  10. II Gwydir Uchaf
    Strikingly located on an elevated plateau immediately above Gwydir Castle and NW of the Carreg-y-Gwalch; adjacent to Gwydir Uchaf Chapel.
  11. I Gwydir Uchaf Chapel Photos
    Strikingly located on an elevated plateau immediately above Gwydir Castle and NW of the Carreg-y-Gwalch; adjacent to Gwydir Uchaf.
  12. II Knot-garden arch at Gwydir Castle with associated courtyard walls
    Located in the centre of the SE wall of the enclosed knot-garden at Gwydir Castle and giving access to the commemorative gardens beyond.
  13. I Llanrhychwyn Church
    Situated on an upland plateau approximately 1.2km S of Trefriw and 0.3km E of Lake Geirionydd; set back slightly to the SE of the road between the two.
  14. II Llys Llewelyn
    Prominently sited in the town centre just S of the church of St. Mary; set back slightly from the road behind a low garden wall with simple spear-headed gates and railings.
  15. II Lychgate at Llanrhychwyn Church
    Located immediately to the N of Llanrhychwyn church.
  16. II Milestone
    Located on the roadside, approximately 500m S of Trefriw between Pant-y-Carw cottage and Ysgubor Gerrig; in front of a low rubble wall.
  17. II Milestone
    Located on the W side of the B 5106 (Gwydir Road), some 2km N of Trefriw; set in front of a rubble retaining wall.
  18. II Nant Cottage
    On an elevated, wooded site immediately above the `Grey Mare's Tail' waterfall and to the E of the unclassified road running NW-wards from Gwydir Castle to Tai Isaf.
  19. II Old Bath House at Trefriw Wells
    Located off the B 5106 (Gwydir Road) on the W side, some 2km N of Trefriw; set into the hillside behind the pumphouse and spa centre.
  20. II* Parish Church of St. Mary
    Prominently sited in the town centre within a raised, rubble-walled churchyard; on sloping ground, the W end set into a hill.
  21. II Peniel Welsh Presbyterian Chapel
    Strikingly located in the centre of the town, set against the hillside above and to the SW of the parish church; raised up on a revetted and railed terrace with simple gates and gatepiers.
  22. II Plas Coch
    On the street line in the town centre, just S of Llys Llewelyn and opposite the Trefriw Hall; set back slightly behind a low wall with simple C19 gates and iron railings.
  23. II Pont -y- Pandy
    Spanning the Afon Crafnant immediately above the Fairy Falls at the western extremity of the town.
  24. II Pont Dolgarrog (Listed in the resurvey of Dolgarrog Community Cadw ref No41/G/32(6)
    Spans the boarder between Trefriw and Dolgarrog communities.
  25. I Pont Fawr (Llanrwst Bridge) (Partly in the Community of Trefriw) Photos
    Spans Afon Conwy opposite Victoria Hotel.
  26. II Pont Hafod Arthen
    Spanning the Afon Crafnant 0.5km NE of lake Crafnant on the lake road to Trefriw. Also called Pont Nant-Uchaf.
  27. II Pont Trefriw
    Road bridge in the town centre, spanning the Afon Crafnant.
  28. II* Raised walk at Gwydir Castle
    Listed as a mid-Tudor carved courtyard or garden arch, with associated walls. Additional NG Ref's 27970 36097 to 27988 to 36107 Group value with other listed items at Gwydir Castle.
  29. II Taliesin Monument
    Located on a natural mount at the N end of Lake Geirionydd.
  30. II Tan-y-Celyn
    Located at right-angles with the road at the southern approach of the town.
  31. II Tan-yr-Yw Photos
    On the street line, opposite the church of St. Mary.
  32. I Terrace arch and associated garden walls at Gwydir Castle Photos
    Located at the NW end of the raised terrace at Gwydir Castle and giving access to the Dutch Garden.
  33. II The Old Rectory
    Located towards the SE edge of the town; occupying a commanding hillside position S of the Afon Crafnant, close to the old Trefriw woollen mills.
  34. II Trefriw Hall
    Set back from the main street in the town centre, partly obscured by later housing on the street-line in front.
  35. II Tu-Hwnt-y'r-Bont Photos
    Located at right-angles with the B 5106 immediately at the SW approach of the Pont Fawr spanning the River Conwy at Llanrwst.
  36. II Tyn-y-Coed
    Set back and raised up on a revetted bank on the W side of the B 5106 (Gwydir Road), some 220m SE of Gwydir Castle.
  37. II Tyn-y-Coed
    Set back and raised up on a revetted bank on the W side of the B 5106 (Gwydir Road), some 220m SE of Gwydir Castle.

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