Dolmen D4 is located south of the town of Midlaren in the Dutch province of Drenthe. Hunebed D4 is - seen from the road - in front of its 'twin brother' and ensures that it is even more hidden from view. Together with dolmen D3, this dolmen is called the "Hunenborg".
Dolmen D4, together with dolmen D3, is hidden between two old farmhouses outside the village of Midlaren. They are covered with lichens.
D4 was built between 3400 and 3100 BCE. and is attributed to the funnel beaker culture.
The hunebed has 7 capstones, all of which have slipped from the supporting stones. The dolmen is 14.8 meters long and 3.9 meters wide.