We missed the tour here so only saw the big water wheel going around. Had a lovely lunch at the little cafe. Staff there were very friendly. The craft shop was also excellent.
Talgarth Mill is well worth a visit. Tour the mill alone or guided. Our guide Gordon made the mill come alive for us and gave us so much information. It was brilliant. We learned so much. We stopped in the bakers'table café for lunch. Fabulous home made bread and chutneys. The Millers lunch to share is fantastic. The homemade soup... 更多
We visited the mill whilst staying in Talgarth. Rob gave us a very informative tour and his knowledge of the history and recent restoration was inspiring. The staff we spoke to shared his enthusiasm. I must give a special mention to Andrea who, amongst other things, bags the flour. Whilst chatting I discovered she shared my passion for bread making... 更多
Taken round the Mill by a very knowledeable and passionate tour guide. Nice to hear the history and how the Mill was restored. Tour cost £4 - which might be expensive if there is a large group of you Excellent tea room/bakery next door (see The Bakery)
a contrast .......my May report highlight, the staff attitude, returned this, Totally professional approach to dealing with the paying customer. Coffe and a bakewell slice, Totally enjoyable (if fact recommended ) - note to management reply from first report.......NO I did not eat my own chrisps! PERHAPS, my first report struck a cord? .....Well congratulations you've redeemed yourselves.
Well worth a guided tour around this restored and working mill It is good to see it working and producing it's own flour Unfortunatly their wasn't any bread to buy only flour
Guided tours on the hour for only £4pp. There has been a water mill in Talgarth since Medieval times. You can actually see how they divert water from rivers to power the watermill and turn grain into flour which the bakery then uses to make delicious bread.
A beautiful riverside location and modern mill conversion that offers a really pleasant environment to enjoy the local produce served by the café. We found the welcome very friendly and the quality of our hand carved ham sandwiches was excellent. The coffee was also very good.
We called here on our way back from Pwll yr wrach waterfalls. We were two adults and 3 children and ordered 2 cakes and 2 ice creams from a very unwelcoming assistant who could not manage a smile.( cost £10) Will not be returning!
Great lunch in Talgarth Mill on a recent trip to Wales…..lovely space with river view, fresh food, generous portions, spotlessly clean and excellent value. Well worth a detour