Schwerzkoer Mühle (mill)

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The "Schwerzkoer Mühle" mill is one of the most popular destinations for a day out in this region. Of the 6 mills that were once powered by the small Dorchebach brook, this is the last mill in the romantic Dorchetal valley that is still in working order. It was first mentioned in a document in 1420 and was finally shut down at the beginning of the 20th century. The mill, which is under monument protection, was extensively restored at the end of the 20th century and can now be visited. On special occasions or by appointment, you can watch the saw frame cutting boards from thick tree trunks. In the meantime you can learn a lot of interesting facts about how the sawmill works and about the history of the mill.The Mühlenklause restaurant can be found right next door. At the "Sägemüllers Stammtisch" regulars' table you can enjoy a typical regional snack or try a piece of their homemade sheet cake. The rustic ambience and the warmth and kindness of the millers makes this such a unique place for a day out.
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  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Sägewerk, © Foto: Sieghard Lang
  • Dorcheteich in Schwerzko, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Dorcheteich in Schwerzko, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Das Dorchetal lässt sich gut zu Fuß erkunden
  • Die Schwerzkoer Mühle, © Foto: Sieghard Lang
  • Schwerzkoer Mühle, Foto: Florian Läufer
Hiking and travel groups, birthday parties and company anniversaries of up to 80 people can enjoy the rustic atmosphere of the "Sägemüllers Stammtisch". Here they serve coffee and cake, hearty kettle goulash, "Mühlenschmalzbrot" bread and dipping, fish or seasonal dishes at the "Sägemüllers Stammtisch" regulars' table. You can relax in the beer garden and listen to the soothing sounds of the mill wheel and enjoy the delicious regional drinks and food under the shady trees.

The mill shop sells fresh bread from the mill, homemade sausages from Neuzelle, smoked trout, ceramics from Lower Lusatia, wooden items and other souvenirs.

Highlights 
  • Easter - start of the season with show sawing demonstrations, "Dorchetaler" fish soup, Easter lamb and homemade advocaat
  • May - traditional May punch and hearty kettle goulash
  • Ascension Day - grilled sausage and beer punch in the beer garden
  • Whitsun - "Deutscher Mühlentag" (German mills day)
  • Monument Open Day every second Sunday in September with demonstrations
  • 3 October - wild boar cooked in the oven
  • from 11 November - St. Martin's goose dinner with supporting programme


Mill Advent - wild boar, "Eisbein" knuckle of pork, kale, farmer's stollen and eggnog to their own recipe, small Christmas market

Guided tours are available if booked in advance.
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The "Schwerzkoer Mühle" mill is one of the most popular destinations for a day out in this region. Of the 6 mills that were once powered by the small Dorchebach brook, this is the last mill in the romantic Dorchetal valley that is still in working order. It was first mentioned in a document in 1420 and was finally shut down at the beginning of the 20th century. The mill, which is under monument protection, was extensively restored at the end of the 20th century and can now be visited. On special occasions or by appointment, you can watch the saw frame cutting boards from thick tree trunks. In the meantime you can learn a lot of interesting facts about how the sawmill works and about the history of the mill.The Mühlenklause restaurant can be found right next door. At the "Sägemüllers Stammtisch" regulars' table you can enjoy a typical regional snack or try a piece of their homemade sheet cake. The rustic ambience and the warmth and kindness of the millers makes this such a unique place for a day out.
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  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Sägewerk, © Foto: Sieghard Lang
  • Dorcheteich in Schwerzko, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Dorcheteich in Schwerzko, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Die Mühle Schwerzko im Dorchetal
  • Das Dorchetal lässt sich gut zu Fuß erkunden
  • Die Schwerzkoer Mühle, © Foto: Sieghard Lang
Hiking and travel groups, birthday parties and company anniversaries of up to 80 people can enjoy the rustic atmosphere of the "Sägemüllers Stammtisch". Here they serve coffee and cake, hearty kettle goulash, "Mühlenschmalzbrot" bread and dipping, fish or seasonal dishes at the "Sägemüllers Stammtisch" regulars' table. You can relax in the beer garden and listen to the soothing sounds of the mill wheel and enjoy the delicious regional drinks and food under the shady trees.

The mill shop sells fresh bread from the mill, homemade sausages from Neuzelle, smoked trout, ceramics from Lower Lusatia, wooden items and other souvenirs.

Highlights 
  • Easter - start of the season with show sawing demonstrations, "Dorchetaler" fish soup, Easter lamb and homemade advocaat
  • May - traditional May punch and hearty kettle goulash
  • Ascension Day - grilled sausage and beer punch in the beer garden
  • Whitsun - "Deutscher Mühlentag" (German mills day)
  • Monument Open Day every second Sunday in September with demonstrations
  • 3 October - wild boar cooked in the oven
  • from 11 November - St. Martin's goose dinner with supporting programme


Mill Advent - wild boar, "Eisbein" knuckle of pork, kale, farmer's stollen and eggnog to their own recipe, small Christmas market

Guided tours are available if booked in advance.
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Schwerzkoer Straße 41

15898 Neuzelle

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