Idyllic on the banks of the Gammersbach is the same Gammersbacher mill. As soon as you enter the yard, it seems as if time has stopped here. From the typical Bergisch half-timbered houses flows the scent of home-baked stone oven bread, for which the mill is notorious here in the district. The associated water mill (first mentioned in 1613) can also be visited. In the summer you should not miss a break here. The beer garden invites you to cool drinks and treats from the grill. Children can also ride pony rides or (together with the adults) carriage. A journey back to the mountainous past.
April 8, 2016
The flour mill was in operation until 1990, which can easily be reached on foot, by bike or motorized. It offers a wide range of leisure activities, including pony rides, archery, a petting zoo, mini-horses, fallow deer, carriage and wagon rides, a trampoline and a mill tour. Furthermore, there are home-style food and drinks, coffee and home-baked cake. Further information: gammersbacher-muehle.de
December 23, 2017
The Gammersbacher mill is located in a beautiful forested valley, the origins of which go back to 1613. Time seems to have stopped a bit here. Claus Ihm, who bought and runs the half-timbered farm in 1990, bakes delicious bread and buttery almonds in the stone oven on weekends, which you can take with you on a hike. Afterwards you can enjoy the October sun in the beer garden. There are little things from bratwurst to coffee and cake.
April 23, 2020
The Gammersbacher mill offers a nice little beer garden, which is unfortunately only open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. However, at any time you can admire the goats, rabbits, and especially the many peacocks that throng the grounds, as well as the beautiful mountain architecture.
May 15, 2019
In the know? Log-in to add a tip for other adventurers!
Our Tour recommendations are based on thousands of activities completed by other people on komoot.