Melin Talgarth Mill

talgarth-mill

At the heart of Talgarth, powered by the flow of the River Ellywe, you will find Melin Talgarth Mill, a fully restored, 18th century  Flour mill. Not only do we offer ‘Guided Tours’ by a dedicated team of volunteers, but we have on site a wonderful Bakery & Cafe, the ‘Bakers Table’. The cafe offers a range of seasonal foods and most of our produce is locally sourced from award winning suppliers. The ladies in the cafe, are wonderful bakers, offering some thing delicious for everyone! You may like to stroll in a beautiful riverside gardens and children may like to complete our Nature Trail or just sit and enjoy the lovely scenery. Before you leave visit peruse.The Talgarth Mill Gift Shop where you can purchase stone ground Flour and other Mill Gifts. We stock a range of lovely craft items from a local Co-operative featuring many local artists and artisans.

Talgarth Mill (including The Bakers’ Table café and Craft Shop) is open 10am – 4pm Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday). We are open on Bank Holiday Mondays. Admission charges apply for the Mill and Gardens. Visitors can explore the Mill using a self-guide leaflet or walk with one of our volunteer guides. Tours start at 10am and last tour at 330pm (April – September) and start at 11am and last tour at 3.30pm in the winter months (October – March).
Craft and baking courses run regularly through the year and booking details are available at The Mill and on our website and Facebook page.
On the third Thursday of each month we host a “Carers and Cared For” social session – with tea, cake, conversation and activities for carers and people they care for.
A local resident membership is available for anyone who is resident in Talgarth and Bronllys and allows free access all year round – application forms available at The Mill.