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visit us


We're a working mill, owned by the same family since 1912. We have a great millshop & cafe and we're on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast. Great reasons to come and see us working here in West Wales. See here for more details and how to find us.

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visit us


We're a working mill, owned by the same family since 1912. We have a great millshop & cafe and we're on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast. Great reasons to come and see us working here in West Wales. See here for more details and how to find us.

How to Find us

Tregwynt Mill, Castlemorris
Haverfordwest, SA62 5UX
United Kingdom

Why not come and see for yourselves. You can find Melin Tregwynt off the A487 Fishguard to St. David’s road. Entrance is free, we are open all year round, and you can see the mill working from 9.00am – 4.30pm Mon-Friday
(with lunch break at 1.00pm).

Shop/Café opening hours are:

Monday to Friday 9.30 - 5.00
Saturday... 10.00 - 5.00
Sunday...... 11.00 - 4.30

 

Contact Us

If you need more information about visiting the mill, shop or cafe, or want to organise a group visit to the mill, contact us by calling 01348 891288 or filling in the form below.

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A Working Mill


old industrial buildings - still being used in the way intended - and yes that means oily cogs

A Working Mill


old industrial buildings - still being used in the way intended - and yes that means oily cogs

There has been weaving recorded at Melin Tregwynt since the 1839 census, but the company today was founded by Henry Griffiths, the present owners grandfather: when he bought the mill at 1912.

Since then the old-fashioned hand looms and then flying shuttle looms have all been replaced by more modern rapier looms but our signature double cloth, Cartheni, Welsh Blankets and Upholstery Tweeds are still flying off the machines.

The water wheel has been restored and, though it can no longer drive the looms we hope it will generate power again in 2018…..watch this space!

 

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our story


flying the flag for British manufacturing, the mill has been run by the same family for over 100 years and is still weaving today employing over 30 local people

our story


flying the flag for British manufacturing, the mill has been run by the same family for over 100 years and is still weaving today employing over 30 local people

Our family company has been weaving here at Tregwynt Mill in Pembrokeshire, West Wales for one hundred years. Henry Griffiths bought Melin Tregwynt in 1912 for £760 and then moved there with his young wife Esther. Their two sons were Benjamin and Howard who left school at 14 to work with his father in the mill. Eluned, his wife, was only 18 when she married Howard and came to live at Tregwynt. 

Eifion and Amanda, the current owners, have been running the Mill since 1986. The skills and knowledge of all our staff, both past and present, keep the tradition of Welsh weaving alive at Melin Tregwynt

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the millshop


anything but "run of the mill". We have a large stock of our very own blankets, throws and cushions, along with other great gifts

the millshop


anything but "run of the mill". We have a large stock of our very own blankets, throws and cushions, along with other great gifts

There has been a shop at mill since the 1950's – it was originally in the parlour of the house!  The current shop was built in 1956 and Eluned Griffiths was behind the counter and welcoming customers here for over 40 years.

Today visitors will find a warm welcome 7 days a week, a great selection of blankets, throws and cushions alongside gifts clothing and accessories.  There’s always good coffee and an excellent selection of local food in our mill café

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SALES & PROMOTIONS

click here for information on any sales, promoted products and new arrivals

JOIN OUR FLOCK

Click here to join our Millshop Facebook page and we'll keep you posted on all the activity in our shop and cafe here at the mill

Great Coffee


the machine is always on and we make a lovely cup. Fancy a cake soup or a sandwich? - no problem! Our coffee shop is open 7 days, for light lunches, locally baked sponge cakes, barabrith and welsh cakes and good Cappuccino coffee! 

Great Coffee


the machine is always on and we make a lovely cup. Fancy a cake soup or a sandwich? - no problem! Our coffee shop is open 7 days, for light lunches, locally baked sponge cakes, barabrith and welsh cakes and good Cappuccino coffee! 

Our restaurant and coffee shop is open 7 days a week. We offer light lunches, locally baked sponge cakes, bara brith, welsh cakes and good Cappuccino coffee! You can view a sample menu here but please see the blackboard for our ever-changing range of delicious specials. 

We use local suppliers to provide the best in taste and quality; and we also stock local farm produce for a real taste of Wales. Croeso, welcome and we hope you enjoy your visit.

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Design


each fabric we make is unique and only produced here in Pembrokeshire; where the skills and knowledge of our staff go into making every piece beautiful, useful and that little bit special. 

Design


each fabric we make is unique and only produced here in Pembrokeshire; where the skills and knowledge of our staff go into making every piece beautiful, useful and that little bit special. 

Here are some of the famous brand names we've supplied and worked with over the years

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We're on the Coast


...just a stone's throw away, down the lane, through an avenue of trees. 

Tregwynt is in the Pembrokeshire National Park and there are spectacular beaches, cliffs and coastal footpaths all within five minutes easy walk from the Mill

We're on the Coast


...just a stone's throw away, down the lane, through an avenue of trees. 

Tregwynt is in the Pembrokeshire National Park and there are spectacular beaches, cliffs and coastal footpaths all within five minutes easy walk from the Mill

Tucked away on the extreme wild West coast of Wales in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, we know how lucky we are to be able to live and work here.

Anyone wanting to escape the crowds will find the most outstanding examples of natural beauty here, and the places shown below, all to be found within 5 miles of the Mill will give you just a little taste.

 

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A VIP Visit


Prince Charles' visit to the mill in 2014.

Click here to see more images of the visit 

A VIP Visit


Prince Charles' visit to the mill in 2014.

Click here to see more images of the visit