About the Cafe
Nant y Coy Mill Cafe is situated deep in the heart of Pembrokeshire. The Mill itself nestles into the valley alongside Treffgarne gorge. Nature trails lead upstream through the woods to the hay meadows beyond and then, if you’re feeling energetic, to the landmark Treffgarne rocks affording panoramic views of mid-Pembrokeshire.
The cafe was created by two local chefs; Marion Evans and Jon Bray.
Marion, ex-head chef at the late lamented Stone Hall, is Pembrokeshire born and bred. In fact, her mother remembers delivering bread to Nant y Coy as a young girl on her father’s bakery round. Jon Bray, in comparison a relative newcomer to the area. He’s been in Pembrokeshire 12 years and during that time has worked at The Wolfe and Allt Yr Afon before teaming up with Marion at Stone Hall. Jon is now leading the kitchen team in bringing individual character and regional identity to the Nant y Coy menu and is especially keen on using smaller local suppliers. Jon’s wife Karen is also keen to source local suppliers for the “deli @ the mill” which has local beers, ciders, chocolates and preserves including wild welsh honey.