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“Well Worth a Refreshment Stop”
Review of Nant y Coy Mill - CLOSED

Nant y Coy Mill
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The cafe is currently closed until further notice
Reviewed 5 July 2014

We were a group of 14 ladies, plus a lone male driver, travelling by minibus on our way to Fishguard and were in need of a coffee stop. The Nant y Coy Mill Café had been chosen more or less at random from a list of cafés in Pembrokeshire as it was on our direct route from Haverfordwest to Fishguard.

Unless you are on the look out for Nany Y Coy Mill, one could easily drive right past this café as it is set back from the road on a bend so is somewhat hidden. That said there is ample parking in the café forecourt and there is also a lay-by just beyond the entrance with additional parking.

There is inside and outside seating but a morning visit means that the terrace is still in full sun so it is a delightful place to take a morning break. Coffees and cakes were the order of the day and the entire party was very pleased with everything. The lunch time menu looked appetising with a good choice of meals but we had to continue to Fishguard so could not partake of a meal on this occasion. Now that Nant Y Coy Mill café has been discovered, several members of our group announced that it would make a very convenient base for an excursion with lunch there being the main aim.

Associated with the café is a craft gallery and gift shop specialising in quality hand made items supplied by local craftsmen. [ See www.pembrokeshirecreations.com ] During our visit the upstairs art gallery was in the process of being reconfigured as there are regular exhibitions of work held there by local artists and we happened to call mid-week the day after one of the exhibitions had finished.

There is also a nature trail with outdoor sculptures accessible directly from the car park.

A highly recommended refreshment stop

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Thank The_Welsh_Travel_Man
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Reviewed 26 June 2014

I have been twice and each time the service has been friendly and attentive and the food excellent. It is a little more expensive than similar places but the menu is more unusual and the meals of a high quality. The desserts are to die for. Take the lovely walk afterwards to walk over the calories!!

Thank Rita E
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Reviewed 25 June 2014

This was the perfect end to a perfect holiday as we tumbled off the ferry from Rosslare. There's a lovely little Crafts Shop next door which houses delectable crafts and I wished I hadn't spent all my holiday money! The cafe itself was open-plan and you could see the staff working towards your lunch, which was - er - interesting. The hake I ordered was out of this world with the mash being as creamy as they'd promised and the tomato salsa just piquant enough. My only gripe would be that the tap water I asked for for tepid. Please run the tap a little longer before filling the glass. His beef bourgignon was perfection. In fact, both dishes were mouthwateringly delectable and more than made up for the tardiness in arrival! Well done!

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Thank Libby A
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Reviewed 23 June 2014

Having travelled 3.5 hours to our weekend destination in Wolfscastle we spotted this café charmingly converted from a 19th century watermill. Luncheon was over but we enjoyed a traditional snack of Welsh Rarebit to fill our energy gap. The cafe is very clean and pleasingly decorated and staff courteous and attentive. Just behind the Mill is a nature walk with a babbling brook running alongside the path leading to the original mill wheel. A very welcome break indeed.

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Thank Staratmidnight
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Reviewed 10 June 2014

Could not resist a return visit to Nant y Coy Mill. There is a range of home cooked food all of which is delicious. We had the slow cooked lamb today and it was so tender and well prepared it was superb. Follow that with the Chocolate Nemisis or Apricot Francipan and you are in heaven. A really excellent lunch, won't be long before we are back again!

Thank PAH1953
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