A part of Ceredigion’s agricultural history, Felin Hedd, the ‘Peaceful Mill’, was originally built to house a horse powered threshing engine, an excellent example of which can be seen at the ‘Stryd Lydan barn’ at St Fagans, National Museum of Wales.

Evidence of this past is visible as you approach the imposing double-doored main entrance, originally access for carts and coaches, where you see a preserved circular cobbled area beside the covered well, once the main water supply for the building.

This area is where the horse mill would have been situated, opposite to the recently refurbished stables, which now accommodate a games room and equipment store Inside the mill, what is now the kitchen and dining area also houses the magnificent iron wheels which would have formed part of the pulley system which powered the main drive shaft of the horse engine.