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Talgarth Mill, Talgarth

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4.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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  • As we have family in Talgarth we have always supported the Mill...but NOT ANYMORE! We arrived at 11.00am and just wanted tea/coffee and a few slices of toast...the youn g woman who served me pointed o...  read more »
  • I was given the bread making afternoon as a birthday gift on Sunday 18th September 2016. There were 6 of us altogether. The session included making 3 types of bread - a white and rye shaped loaf, a wh...  read more »
  • After having coffee in the Baker's Table, we had a look around the mill itself. Fascinating history of this working mill. Well worth a visit. Turn left out of the mill to walk along the bank of the st...  read more »
  • We visited the Mill and Cafe on a cold winters day. Well worth the visit indeed the 160 mile round trip. But best of all was the wholemeal bread. My wife makes her own wholemeal bread by hand and up to now she has had no competition. Fabulous taste perfectly cooked,slightly moist with a rich flavour. If the bread was not enough we went on to try the Walnut and ginger cake. We are foodies and pride ourselves on knowing what is good. I have to say this was the nicest piece of cake I can remember, rich is flavour with a perfect balance between the fresh ginger the light fluffy icing and a light but somehow rich sponge. 24 hours later that exquisite taste was still with me. The baker at the mill is to die for she deserves national recognition. Wherever you may live just go there see the mill and then have lunch with red cabbage coleslaw fresh salad with light dressing, two slices of wholemeal bread accompanied by salmon or mackerel followed by the best piece of cake on the planet. And if that is not enough the young lady who makes the coffee really knows how to make it. It is wonderful to go somewhere which is very simple and the folk who look after you get it all just right.
  • Fantastic restoration project, with great tours. Great cafe and lovely bread.
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