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The went to this mill today on a recommendation with not the highest of expectations on our last day in Wales. But how wrong we were, had excellent cup of coffee(flat whites) in the cafe on arrival.
We went for the guided mill tour the...More
The mill itself is small but the history is fascinating. Wrecked by the miller who had owned it then restored to working order. The gardens were lovely despite being past their best. Neil the guide was wonderful and very helpful and friendly. Helped by the...More
This mill is tucked away in the village and offers a good bit of history being a working mill. Our guide was very knowledgeable giving us a great tour. The food and drink in the cafe was very good, overall well worth a visit. Great...More
I don’t have much to say other than no toast in a bakery,it’s absolutely ridiculous!! Come on now get your act together it’s no big deal toasting a couple of slices of bread,you want to be in business and stay in business then wake up...More
Sarah A, Manager at Talgarth Mill, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2018
We are a small artisan bakery with limited capacity. We bake fresh bread Tuesday-Saturday. If we have bread leftover from the previous day’s lunch service we can offer toast - but we often sell out. Our freshly baked bread has to cool completely before it...More
Spent a couple of hours here. Had a fascinating tour from one of the volunteers and learnt all about wheat, milling and the restoration project. Bought some flour for our own bread making and partook of their excellent cakes! Well worth travelling to.
Stopped off too and from our holiday in South Wales via Hay on Wye and Brecon.
Talgarth Mill has an excellent tea room serving a variety of Lunches and food and Drink throughout the day, as well as fresh bread for sale made from the...More
Both the Mill and the Visitor Centre / Cafe are food production areas, so I would imagine that dogs would not be allowed. However, the staff are extremely friendly and so I suggest that you give them a call in advance of... More
Both the Mill and the Visitor Centre / Cafe are food production areas, so I would imagine that dogs would not be allowed. However, the staff are extremely friendly and so I suggest that you give them a call in advance of your visit. There is outdoor seating available, which weather permitting might work.