A VERY SPECIAL PLACE
these fabrics are the product of a way of thinking, of working and of living handed down through three generations of our family business. The skills and knowledge of all the staff, both past and present, keep the tradition of Welsh weaving alive at Melin Tregwynt
Melin Tregwynt, a small white washed woollen mill, can be found in a remote wooded valley on the Pembrokeshire coast.
There has been a mill on this site since the 17th century, when local farmers would bring their fleeces to be spun into yarn and woven
into sturdy Welsh wool blankets.
Weathering wars, recessions and the passing of time, the looms have continued to work their magic. Melin Tregwynt fabrics are simple in spirit, satisfying in quality and timeless in design.
Owned by the same family since 1912 the Mill now employs over 30 people and makes things that are useful, beautiful to look at and just a little bit special.
We stock blankets, throws and cushions, together with upholstery, simple stylish clothing, accessories and bags – all made in our own unique fabrics,
Our family company has been weaving here at Tregwynt Mill in Pembrokeshire, West Wales for one hundred years. Henry Griffiths bought Melin Tregwynt in 1912 for £760 and then moved there with his young wife Esther. Their two sons were Benjamin and Howard who left school at 14 to work with his father in the mill. Eluned, his wife, was only 18 when she married Howard and came to live at Tregwynt.
Eifion and Amanda, the current owners, have been running the Mill since 1986. The skills and knowledge of all our staff, both past and present, keep the
tradition of Welsh weaving alive at Melin Tregwynt