Close by St Dogmaels Abbey is another historic building, the flour mill Y Felin. Dating back at least to the 1640s, it is one of the last working water-mills in Wales producing stoneground flour. It was purchased in the 1970s by Michael Hall and his wife, who restored it (including the adjoining millpond) and now produce a range of traditional stoneground flours.
My daughter bought some spelt flour, so no doubt at some point I will be able to report on the bread she will make from it. (Unlike her mother, she's a terrific and adventurous cook!)