The Mill is open to visitors throughout the year. We are closed on Mondays (apart from Bank Holidays when we are open).
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CAFE WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC FROM 2.30PM ON SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 2017 FOR A PRIVATE FUNCTION. OUR APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
From 1st April to 30th October we open at 10 am and close at 4pm
From 1st November until 30th March we open at 11am and close at 4pm.
By special arrangement, we are able to open on Mondays and evenings for larger groups – please contact us for details. Tel. 01874 711352
Opening and Closing times over Christmas
Mill closes at lunchtime on 24th December
Open Thursday 29th December
Open Friday 30th December
Closes lunchtime 31st December
Re-opens Tuesday 3rd January
For 2015 our admission charges are:
Adults - £4 each
Child - £1 each. Please note that for safety reasons, children MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Family (2 adults and 2 children) - £9
You are welcome to go around on your own – spend all day with us if you like – or join a guided tour at no extra charge.
We are happy to offer discounted admission to organised groups, but please notify us before you come to make arrangements. To benefit from the discount we ask organised parties to pay collectively and preferably in advance. Organised parties can then roam freely round the mill and gardens, meeting the millers as they go!
We welcome education groups, but these should be organised and arranged in advance. Children will learn where their ‘daily bread’ comes from and enjoy a half day of hands-on activity. The cost per child is £3 and we offer one free adult place for every 10 children.
If you live in town of Talgarth itself, please apply to us for Local Resident's Membership - once we've issued you with your member's card you'll be able to access the Mill and its garden free of charge during opening hours. You can also bring two local children with you free of charge.
Credit Card Payment
We’re sorry but we currently do not have facilities for card payment so payment should be by cash or cheque. Help is not far from hand – there’s a Co-op supermarket across the road from us with a free cash machine.