Emmamolen

From the raised terrace at this nearly 150-year-old windmill, you get a truly stunning view of the beautiful Brabant countryside. The windmill was constructed in 1886 and remains active to this day.

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From the raised terrace at this nearly 150-year-old windmill, you get a truly stunning view of the beautiful Brabant countryside. The windmill was constructed in 1886 and remains active to this day. On the terrace, you can enjoy a slice of home-baked bread made with flour milled at the windmill itself. Many guests visit for the fabulous restaurant and to enjoy a sumptuous dinner or convivial drink. Inside, the original decor has been comfortably modernised while outside, the terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a beautiful sunset.
Located on a cycle route through the Loon and Drunen Dunes National Park, the windmill is also extremely popular with cyclists. You’re also likely to encounter hikers, who are always eager to stop off at this landmark en route.

‘Well worth five stars’
In addition to the impressive windmi…

From the raised terrace at this nearly 150-year-old windmill, you get a truly stunning view of the beautiful Brabant countryside. The windmill was constructed in 1886 and remains active to this day. On the terrace, you can enjoy a slice of home-baked bread made with flour milled at the windmill itself. Many guests visit for the fabulous restaurant and to enjoy a sumptuous dinner or convivial drink. Inside, the original decor has been comfortably modernised while outside, the terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a beautiful sunset.
Located on a cycle route through the Loon and Drunen Dunes National Park, the windmill is also extremely popular with cyclists. You’re also likely to encounter hikers, who are always eager to stop off at this landmark en route.

‘Well worth five stars’
In addition to the impressive windmill, it’s the welcoming and friendly service and large, sun-drenched terrace that stand out the most. Whatever the weather might bring, you can always be sure of a natural, warm atmosphere. In the words of one enthusiastic visitor: ‘Beautiful terrace, great food and people – what a beautiful piece of history this windmill is. You can take the kids up the stairs to get a look from up there as well. Well worth five stars.’

Just have a look
If you’re keen to know more about how the windmill works, why not just come and have a look? There’s no obligation to eat with us, and you can see how grain is ground into flour just before it gets freshly baked into bread in our on-site bakery. You can taste the same bread if you choose to enjoy lunch, dinner or a drink with us. Our regional shop sells a range of great products and souvenirs. Parking is free and we have a brand-new car park at the front of the windmill. We also have charging points for e-bike batteries in the restaurant and on the terrace. We are open to everyone, but are especially popular with hikers and cyclists, which is only natural given our location.

Opening times

  • Every monday at 10:00
  • Every tuesday at 10:00
  • Every wednesday at 10:00
  • Every thursday at 10:00
  • Every friday at 10:00
  • Every saturday at 10:00
  • Every sunday at 10:00

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