Molen de Couwenberg
Mill de Couwenberg

Mill de Couwenberg - Kaatsheuvel

N 51.660836 / E 5.05298

This originally belt mill was built in 1849 for miller Couwenberg. He saw the mill burn down in September 1881, but it was immediately rebuilt.

During the liberation of Kaatsheuvel in October 1944, the mill was strafed by the British, as it was suspected that the Germans had an observation post in the cap. A V1, an unmanned aircraft used as a bomb by the Germans, also struck nearby, causing further damage.

In 1994, the mill was restored by its owner and enthusiasts. To get out of this very high cost, a restaurant was set up at the bottom of the mill. A shrapnel from World War II was left in the restoration.

On 1 May 1998, the mill turned again for the first time in 44 years.

Molen de Couwenberg

Mill de Couwenberg
Vaartstraat 102
5171 JG Kaatsheuvel

Contact details
T: 0416-530230

Opening hours
Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours
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