History and amenities
Llancayo Mill is situated in fields visible from the road. It was built around 1813 and destroyed by fire by about 1830. The local story is that the miller left the mill gears engaged when he went to market, and when the wind changed direction the mechanism overheated, igniting the surrounding timber. A Monmouthshire poet, Myfanwy Haycock, wrote a poem about the now disused windmill. It has now been fully restored, with working sails, for use as a "luxury retreat".
The River Usk flows close by.
- Gerallt D Nash. "Welsh corn mills ��� the past, present, … and future?" (PDF). ads.ahds.ac.uk. Retrieved 22 June 2009.
- John Newman, The Buildings of Wales: Gwent/Monmouthshire, 2000, ISBN 0-14-071053-1
- History of the mill
- Fred Hando, Monmouthshire Weekly Argus, 22 August 1959
- Windmill restoration project
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