On the embankment of the polder Ellewoutsdijk, one kilometer north of the village Ellewoutsdijk (Zealand), the round stone ground sailor "The Hope" in 1866. In 1934 the mill was struck by lightning and burns completely. The mill is constructed as a stone mill and gets the name 'The Phoenix'. Today, the mill body is still intact, but is internally transformed into a pleasant holiday accommodation. In the mill you will find • a cozy living room • Modern fitted kitchen • 2 toilets • bathroom with shower • 3 bedrooms (all with a 2 bed) around the mill is a garden of 1500 m2. From the mill has a magnificent view over the surrounding countryside. On top of the mill body, enjoy remarkable views of the South Beveland Bag and Westerschelde.
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