Emmamolen

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What could be more Dutch than a working (flour) mill where you can enjoy bread made from grain produced in the mill? The Emmamolen (Emma Mill) in Nieuwkijk is arguably the friendliest and prettiest windmill in the Netherlands. You can buy organic flour and baking products in its own shop while the flour is transformed into delicious bread products in the bakery – where you can also take part in  workshops. The Emmamolen also has a function room and an attractive terrace. When the weather is hot the mill attracts many cyclists, walkers, motorbike and Solex bike riders.

 “It’s so friendly here!
That quote comes straight from the words…

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What could be more Dutch than a working (flour) mill where you can enjoy bread made from grain produced in the mill? The Emmamolen (Emma Mill) in Nieuwkijk is arguably the friendliest and prettiest windmill in the Netherlands. You can buy organic flour and baking products in its own shop while the flour is transformed into delicious bread products in the bakery – where you can also take part in  workshops. The Emmamolen also has a function room and an attractive terrace. When the weather is hot the mill attracts many cyclists, walkers, motorbike and Solex bike riders.

 “It’s so friendly here!
That quote comes straight from the words of a previous visitor who was enjoying this top-rate location on the sunny terrace. During a guided tour by the amiable miller couple Kees and Petra van Buul, you will learn all about how the ingredients are made into bread. It’s also possible to hold parties or business events in the Emmamolen. The circular space at the base of the mill is suitable for parties from 30 to 70 people and can if necessary be extended into another room. Nostalgic decorations add an intimate and compact ambiance to this unique and unusual space.

Packages
The mill, which dates back to 1886 offers various packages. Set out by bike or covered wagon (the Emmamolen is located at intersection 75 on the cycle route network), follow a baking workshop or choose a shooting package in association with the local marksman’s guild. In addition to a guided tour you can also have a look at the cornfield or the grain loft. During this time you can enjoy a lunch or, if you prefer, a hot and cold buffet or a barbecue. The Van Buul family will be happy to arrange the whole day for you, so you can see in the closest detail how the Dutch have been using wind energy for centuries to make delicious products.

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