Cenarth Watermill

Cenarth Watermill


17th century flour mill, with undershot timber and iron waterwheel driving two pairs of millstones, one for barley, the other for oats. Last worked commercially in 1964. The original mill site dates from 1100. National Coracle Centre.


Grid reference:

SN 270 415

Town/city: Newcastle Emlyn
OS sheet:


Postcode: SA38 9JL
Geocode: @52.045429, -4.524258 Open in Map

On bank of River Teifi at the Falls, Cenarth, on A484 between Cardigan and Carmarthen. Parking on opposite side of the bridge in Cenarth.


Do you own or look after this mill? Contact us

Opening Times:

Easter to the end of October, 10.30am to 5.30pm.

National Mills Weekend opening times:

Please phone in advance to check times.

Additional Information:

Shop, Nature Trail, Riverside Walk, and views of the Salmon Leap and the bridge. Tea rooms next door.

National Coracle Museum: www.coraclemuseum.co.uk

Tel: 01239 711642