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Welcome to the Rackésmillen

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The Rackésmillen is first and foremost a story: that of the oldest water mill still in operation in Luxembourg. If the first mill dates from 1334, the building, as we know it today, dates from 1824. The renovations of the Rackésmillen started in 2020; the mill has been opening its doors to you since June 2022.

The Rackésmillen is also the story of a passionate man, Willy Racké, a miller by profession, who managed the mill for decades. It was he who, from 1967, made the mill accessible to the public so that he could share his know-how with visitors.

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Exploring the area

The Rackésmillen is established in the village of Enscherange, commune of Kiischpelt. It is ideally located in the heart of the Clerve valley, at the crossroads of many hiking trails linking Kautenbach to Clervaux, such as Escap'Ardenne or the recent Eislek PAD. The region, mostly surrounded by still wild forests, is a real adventure playground for nature lovers and those who enjoy rejuvenating stays.  

The surroundings nevertheless allow beautiful cultural or heritage visits, as in Clervaux, Cité de l'Image and living heart of the surroundings.

Sleep at the Rackésmillen

Comfortable and simple, our double or family rooms welcome you all year round. Ideal stopover for hikers, the peaceful inn offers a traditional stopover in the heart of the Eislek. 

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Eat at the Rackésmillen

Completely integrated into the mill, the Rackésmillen kitchen invites you to discover country cuisine, based on cereal and local products. Meat, freshwater fish are here always accompanied by buckwheat, wheat or even local pasta. 

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