Trericket Mill Vegetarian Guesthouse

Trericket Mill is situated Upper Wye Valley on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park between the towns of Brecon (12 miles) Hay-on-Wye (9 miles) and Builth Wells (9 miles)
This grade 2 star converted water corn mill still contains all the original milling machinery and the characterful dining room has been created amongst the jumble of grain bins, gear wheels, shutes and shafts.
Self catering eco cabin (sleeps 2 - 4) and Camping also available.

Tom's & Annie's Rooms (twin and double) named after Thomas Davies and his wife, the last millers, are accessed via the original wooden spiral staircase, have original fireplaces, hand crafted beds and views across the River Wye towards Radnorshire & the 13th century church at Llanstephan. Both rooms are en suite with continental baths and shower above. The sunny Mill room (double0 next to the stone floor is also en suite with french windows opening onto a timber veranda with tubs of flowers, table and chairs and sheep grazing the steep fields beneath Mynydd Forest.

The guests' lounge has a cosy log burner and tea and coffee making facilities so you can relax and watch TV, play games, read or chill out after a days activities. We have created a drying room in the old turbine house where you can dry any wet clothes over night ready for the next days adventure!

The Wye Valley Walk passes our door providing riverside walks in both directions. Follow the disused railway line to Erwood Station, now restored as Craft Centre, climb the Garth to the old fortifications and First World War cannon, seek out Prince Llewellyn's Cave or scramble up our Sgithwen Valley in search of the fairy glen with its hidden bathing pool, waterfalls and Victorian sulphur spring. Wildlife abounds with kingfishers, dippers and otters in our stream and every autumn the migrating salmon can be seen jumping the Sgithwen falls.

Kayak or Canadian canoes can be hired at Glasbury-on-Wye & several stables nearby provide spectacular rides across the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons.
The national Cycle Route 8 passes the Mill and there are numerous opportunities for off-road cycling on bridleways and commons.

The Mill makes a brilliant base for exploring the surrounding areas such as the Elan valley with its impressive Victorian dams and reservoirs, the Brecon Beacons National Park and Welsh Marches.

Useful Information

Trericket Mill Vegetarian Guesthouse
Erwood Builth Wells Powys LD2 3TQ Wales
phone: 07720 717124 fax:

News & Special Offers

we have just had a cancellation for a double en suite room over the late May Bank Holiday - come and enjoy the hay Festival and How the Light Gets in Philosophy and Music Festival - or just chill out over the long weekend!


Grading and Awards

Grading Wales 4 StarGuest Accommodation

Wales cyclists welcome Wales walkers welcome


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