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Y felin

Mill St, St. Dogmaels SA43 3DY, Wales
+44 1239 613999
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Relaxing visit

Nice low key area. A mill selling artisan bread, eggs from the local duck pond etc. Spent loads of... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2017
Usk, United Kingdom
via mobile
Taste of history

This is one of only 2 working watermills in the UK. Michael was a wonderful host and to taste a... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Debbie O
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“chickens” (3 reviews)
Mill St, St. Dogmaels SA43 3DY, Wales
+44 1239 613999
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Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

Nice low key area. A mill selling artisan bread, eggs from the local duck pond etc. Spent loads of time feeding the ducks and inquisitive chicken. Relaxing stress free area.

Thank keefidee
Reviewed 20 August 2017

This is one of only 2 working watermills in the UK. Michael was a wonderful host and to taste a bit of history is a rare treat. He and his wife have worked hard restoring the mill to working condition and it is a hidden...More

Thank Debbie O
Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

We randomly stumbled across the mill and are so glad we did! Working water mill that grinds a range of flours. A tour for four of us was only £7 and we were all so interested--including our teenager and younger child. Really beautiful and interesting,...More

Thank Kikkkles
Reviewed 14 August 2017

It's lovely to see the ducks and geese and chickens sharing this tranquil spot and delighting us mere humans with their antics.

Thank Haydn J
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Visited Y felin last year as I make my own bread and am always looking for homeground flour.To tour the mill cost £10 and being a farmer for over 50years one quick look at the entrance told me that it wasnt a working mill,or used...More

2  Thank Chickencruiser
Reviewed 14 November 2016

I was touring South Wales and as a keen baker I decided to visit the mill out of curiosity of times past , and hopefully make a purchase to try in my breadmaker. Its a very small building , one room with the millstone and...More

1  Thank susie_burd
Reviewed 12 April 2016

Decided to visit on a spur of the minute decision,what a visit it turned out to be.My Husband and friend helped the Miller change the stone,we went in as strangers and returned as absolute friends,the nicest couple we have ever met and felt like we...More

1  Thank aken510
Reviewed 11 April 2016 via mobile

Ashamed to say we have never done the mill visit but have popped in here many tines, often on our way back home after a holiday, to buy flour. Miller is a lovely chap to talk to and his flour is superb for baking bread....More

1  Thank nutter90
Reviewed 20 March 2016

We were here over 30 year's ago with 2young kid's,we stayed in one of the cottages,then owned by Mr&Mrs Wasak,a Polish couple, oppersite the Mill.One of the loveliest places to visit.Lovely to be back.

Thank Ronald J
Reviewed 31 August 2015

What a treat to see this mill,the owner goes out of his way to explain the workings of the mill operations from start to finish, a great experience

2  Thank John H
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