Talgarth Mill

Renovated working Flour Mill in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Open for tours, flour sales and milling courses. There is a cafe and bakery on site providing refreshments and lunches and fresh bread. Art gallery and craft shop. Locally-made flour from locally-grown wheat!

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Gift Shop
  • Refreshments
  • Disabled Access

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Full Description

Our Mill is a wonderful newly renovated traditional flour mill – the only working, flour producing Mill in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is situated in the in the centre of  tiny town of Talgarth nestling at teh foot of the Black Mountains – an ideal base for mountain biking, hill walking and even gliding!

The Mill is run by keen group of skilled volunteers and makes quality local flour from locally grown wheat, rye and spelt – a true 'low food miles' product. We also make a range of bread kits.

As well as daily tours round the mill we can actually teach you how to mill to – why not join us for a morning's 'Miller Experience' courses?

The Mill has an on-site cafe and bakery, a shop selling our products and local crafts.

Outside we have a lovely garden running alongside our Mill stream – by this summer, we hope it will be an oasis for visitors to enjoy!

Entry charges are: £4 for an adult; £1 for a child; £9 for a family

Contact & Location

Operator:
Address:The Mill House
The Square
Talgarth
Powys LD3 0BW
Contacts: 01874 711 352
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Open days:Tue-Sun Apr-Oct 1000-1600, Nov-Mar from 1100.
By Bus:Yes
By Rail: Abergavenny / 18 miles

This entry was last updated on 27th February 2017

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