Talgarth Mill

Restored Working Water Mill

Talgarth Mill is a fully restored and working 18th Century Water Mill.

Our knowledgeable and friendly volunteer guides will show you around and explain its workings, history and the story behind its restoration which was featured on the BBC programme "Village SOS". We mill flour at least two days a week and children are given the opportunity to mill a little of their own flour with a small hand mill.

We also offer a Miller Experience day - a whole day's milling and baking. Starting with a sack of locally grown grain we give you a complete hands-on experience of using the watermill to make your own wholemeal flour. You'll then use the flour to make bread under the tuition of our in-house baker.

Last year our wholemeal flour won a Find Foods Great Taste award. Our wide range of flour, including spelt and rye, can be purchased in the Talgarth Mill Craft Shop.

A wonderful selection of home baked bread can be bought at the Bakers' Table café, where you can sit by the river and sample their locally produced food and delicious cakes as seen recently on Britain's Best Bakery.

Visitor Attraction and Flour Milling

Useful Information

Talgarth Mill
The Square Talgarth Powys LD3 0HA Wales
phone: 01874 711352 fax:

News & Special Offers

Entrance Charge

Opening Times

11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on Mondays Except Bank Holiday Mondays

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