Open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm

Take a Tour

Witness the magic of the water wheel turning

Take a Tour

Witness the magic of the water wheel turning

A watermill in the heart of Welsh village life

Mill Tours

Visiting our watermill couldn't be more fun. Watch our millers produce our range of wholemeal flours, follow the leat from its source and listen to the water working its magic. Then take a stroll through our beautiful Mill garden. Why not finish the visit with a coffee and cake in our on site cafe and purchase some freshly baked bread to take home with you.

When would you like to visit us?

Opening Times and Admission

Our watermill is open to visitors throughout the year.
We open at 10am and close at 4pm.

Adults £4

Children £1 (all children must be accompanied by an adult)

Family Ticket £9 (maximum 2 adults)

We currently take cash or cheques only for admission charges

Local Residents

If you live in the town of Talgarth itself, please apply to us for your 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 at any time. 


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Come and learn the way of the watermill

A Taste of Milling

Help our miller set up for the day, get the water flowing and mill some grain from our local supplier.

Find Out More

Do you fancy stepping back in time and learning some of the skills of a traditional miller?
If so, our Taste of Milling is just the thing for you. We’ll put you through your paces and teach you how to make flour using a 200 yr old water mill. The experience is informal, rather exciting and definitely a bit different. At the end of the session you’ll have made a bag or two of wholemeal flour to take home.

more infomation & how to book

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Learn to bake your daily bread

Baking Classes

We offer regular baking classes at the Bakers' Table.

Join a beginners course if you're finding your feet, or book into an Italian Breads and Pizza session if you fancy something a little more challenging.

We also offer speciality baking courses at Easter and Christmas, featuring a range of seasonal baked delights to make and take home with you.

Find out more

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Where does our bread come from?

Schools & Clubs

A fantastic opportunity to show children the science behind where bread comes from. Learn about how grain is grown, how flour is ground and how to make some dough. A hands-on opportunity to pick and plant, touch, smell and taste and weigh and measure – we aim to make our educational visits as interactive and fun as possible. “Better than Pokemon” was the verdict of one young visitor! Suitable for school and recreational groups.

For more information or to make a booking.
Call - 01874 711352
Email -


Group Visits

We welcome group visits and can tailor your tour to match the number of people in the group and time you have for your visit. Enjoy a guided tour of the Mill with one of our expert volunteer guides, take time for tea, coffee, cake or lunch in our café, stroll through our gardens and browse the selection of local products available in our Craft Shop.

Discounted admission rates apply for parties of 15 or over.

For more information or to make a booking:

Call – 01874711352

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