About Talgarth Mill

Talgarth Mill is a fully restored 18th century working watermill that specialises in milling wholegrain flour. You can take a tour of the Mill, learning its history and how it won Lottery funding via the BBC TV programme 'Village SOS'. A variety of award-winning stoneground flour – all milled and bagged by the Mill's dedicated team of volunteers – is available for sale.

On the premises is an artisan bakery and a café, with seating overlooking the River Ennig that flows past the Mill. On the ground floor of the Mill is a craft shop that sells unique locally-made artisan goods and art. This is run as a co-operative, by the artists and makers themselves.
Last but not least is the Mill's garden, which is a wonderful riverside haven in which to sit and relax or enjoy something from the café or bakery.

The Mill is open from Wednesday to Saturday every week, from 10am to 3pm (an hour later in the height of summer). For further information and updates, please check the Mill's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/FelinTalgarthMill

Tour Details

  • Scheduled Tours
  • Yes
  • Tailored Tours
  • Yes

Visit Information

  • Advanced Booking Required?
  • No

Special Rates

  • Special Group Rates
  • Yes


  • English


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