The Cambrian Woollen Mill is on the outskirts of the smallest town in Britain, Llanwrtyd Wells in Central Wales, the smallest town in Britain. The mill lies beside the River Irfon on the edge of the Eppynt and Cambrian Mountains, with the Brecon Beacons and Carmarthen Fans to the south.
At The Cambrian, one can take a guided tour outlining the entire process involved in the production of the fine woollen tweed manufactured and produced at the mill, from the shearing of the sheep, through the cleaning and spinning of the wool, to weaving and final processing.
After your tour, browse in our gift shop where you can buy garments produced using the Mill's 100% pure Welsh woollen tweed and other interesting local produce, or stop for sustenance in our cosy restaurant. A recent addition to the exhibition is a crafts studio and gallery where visitors are free to peruse a wide range of craft items.
The Royal Family, Harrods and many other major London stores have been traditional customers of the Cambrian Tartan Range.
Coach Parties are welcome - we offer discounts for group bookings.
Gift Shop, Restaurant and Craft Studio opening times:
9am-5pm Every day except Sunday
(closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day and Easter Day)
Guided Tour of working mill availability:
9am-5pm Monday to Friday
(except bank holidays)