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“A Mill with no bread”
Review of Talgarth Mill

Talgarth Mill
Ranked #1 of 3 things to do in Talgarth
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Reviewed January 11, 2014

Made a specific diversion to buy a loaf - no bread for sale at 2pm. Bit like Gregg's selling out of pasties. The bread here is excellent but only 3 stars as this is the second time we've experienced this! Won't bother trying again

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Reviewed December 8, 2013

This restored water mill has been so well restored and blends back into the town so well . The Staff are very knowledgeable it has a good craft shop attached also sells local art this Saturday it was associated with the towns Christmas Fair and the Cafe was doing a roaring trade . The bread from the bakery is excellent . I can whole heartily recommend it to you.

Thank Robertjedward
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

What a lovely spot and what great bread baked from the mill flour. The cafe is excellent for lunch or for a snack and Talgarth is well worth a visit.

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Reviewed November 18, 2013

We popped into the Mill after a walk up to the waterfallls. We paid our £8 for the family and were treated to a really interesting tour of the Mill by Gez.

He started the wheel for us, even though it was late in the day and we were talked through the process from start to finish.

After the tour, we popped into the cafe and had a really nice scone and cup of tea.

very enjoyable and informative.

recommended

Thank Dundee4life
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Reviewed November 18, 2013

We also visited Talgarth on a very rainy day! Having seen the programme on TV about the restoration of the mill, we decided to have a look around. All the staff were so friendly and kind, really taking time to show us around and explain everything and afterwards we had coffee and cake in the cafe. They also serve lunches here and all the food looked and sounded delicious. Well worth a visit. On a sunny day, there is seating outside and along by the river.

Thank christina o
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