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Black Pool Mill

Heritage Dining Experience

Simple, seasonal, locally sourced food served in a beautifully restored 19th century mill turned heritage restaurant in Pembrokeshire. At the Mill, guests can enjoy delicious local food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Opening 19th May 2023. Click here to make a reservation. 


Preservation, Restoration, Transformation

The beautiful Georgian Black Pool Mill was built in 1813 to grind flour for Pembrokeshire. After a painstaking restoration and renovation, the Mill now welcomes you to savour delicious local food in fascinating surroundings.
Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or treating yourself, our seasonal menus will entice and delight.


Fresh, Local Produce

Our chefs create seasonal menus that are inspired by Pembrokeshire’s warm microclimate, rich soil and clear seas striving to use locally sourced or foraged ingredients.


Private dining rooms

We have two unique unique private dining spaces, Miller's Study and The River Room, perfect for intimate private dinners, landmark celebrations and corporate events and can offer a personal touch by carefully crafting menus especially designed for you.

Please note, our private dining rooms can host between 9-16 guests.



History of Black Pool Mill

History of Black Pool Mill
Named for the deep, dark pool on the River Cleddau, Black Pool Mill replaced a 18th century iron furnace and forge. The imposing Grade II* listed Georgian building we now see, was built to use water power to grind wheat for flour. The current machinery you will see inside the building was installed in 1901 and has been preserved as part of Pembrokeshire’s industrial heritage. The beautiful old building has been given a new and exciting role as a heritage dining experience for both visitors and local people.