Candle's is a Charming Cottage Circa 1880 nestled in the quaint village of Candelo NSW.
Most people would agree that Candelo is a " Touch Of Paradise".
Candles at Candelo is just a short 20 min drive to the Sapphire Coast.
The Cottage boasts 3 delightful and cosy bedrooms.
Featuring 1 king size bed and 2 Queen size beds. The two front rooms open onto the front verandah via the original French Doors.
The main entrance opens into the foyer and sitting room.
Displaying one of the cottages original fire places.
You will find a lovely cottage kitchen with all the modern Appliances.
The kitchen looks out into an enchanting " Secret Garden.'
Candles Cottage has all the original Yellow Box Wooden Flooring and stained glass windows to set the cottage theme.
To keep you warm the cottage has a slow combustion fire plus two other fire places.
An electric log fire has been installed in the front bedroom to add romance to the bedroom
The bathroom has a corner spa and so you can pamper yourself we have supplied lovely
bath salts and body creams.
If you would rather relax outside take a spa in our 4 person Hot Tub.
Enjoy a glass of wine under the stars for a Night of Romance.
The Cottage has a Lush and Tranquil Garden to sit and enjoy the Peace , Listen to the Native Birds,Read your Favorite Novel or play with the kids.
A reverse cycle Air Conditioner has been installed for extra comfort.
The cottage has a lovely sunken lounge area with French doors opening onto
the rear verandah and spa area. A great place for entertaining or just relaxing.
Take a 50 metre stroll to Cafes , General store and Parks.
The Cafes will entice you with their tasty creative food and great coffees.
The local tennis courts are located at the bottom of the cottages street.
Stroll across the bridge over the Candelo River to the Candelo Hotel and Bowling Club.
There you will find some wonderful home cooked meals and great cold beer.
A good selection of wines and friendly people.
Chat with the locals who are always happy to share stories of History and times of the past.
Take in some of the many sites, there are many Historical Buildings, nature walks, bike riding adventures, Old Churches,4wd Tracks and many other adventures around the local area.
Take a swim in the Candelo River there are many beautiful spots.
Find your own private paradise.
The local swimming pool is open in the warmer months.
Just a short 20 min drive and you will arrive on the Sapphire Coast, there you will find some lovely beaches and coastal towns.
Merimbula Beach,Tura Beach, Tartha Beach just to name a few.
Local attractions for the kids : Candelo Park and Flying Fox
Magic Mountain & Potaroo Palace is located just 15 mins out of town.
Merimbula funland and Whale Watching Charters.
Candelo is a very artistic town with many musicians and bands performing at the Town Hall.
The ever so popular Candelo Markets are held the first Sunday of each month.
With over 130 stall holders selling fine arts , flowers, food , Antiques, clothing and plants.
Wether your choice is to find true inner peace or fun filled adventures Candles at Candelo will not disappoint your expectations.
Stay a night , Stay a week what ever the length of time you will truly enjoy your stay.
OUR MOTTO: Is to create at least one memory that will encourage a reason to visit again.
ROMANCE PACKAGES : Are available upon request at an extra cost.
Including : Roses, wine, chocolates and candles.
Spoil your loved one or Surprise them with a Special Night upon arrival.
A Breakfast Hamper can be purchased for an additional cost of $30 , which includes Local Produce .
Eggs , Mushrooms , local bread , jams , bacon and juice.
Travelling inland along the valley of the Bega River, the road ambles through rich dairy and beef country, passing the historic pastoral estate of Kameruka, and arriving at the delightful little village of Candelo.
Candelo Built around the crossroads of Merimbula, Bega and Bombala in the early 1830s, Candelo remains a meeting place and through fare for travellers and, increasingly, musicians and artists.
Set on the banks of the Candelo River and with a population of just 300, you’ll be surprised by the local fare and busy events calendar. On the first Sunday of each month the town hosts one of the region’s oldest markets and there are regular music festivals, open recordings and performances at the historical town hall and St Peter’s Church.
The markets transform the village. In the warmer months there can be 150 traders but even in winter it’s worth going for the drive, the food and the stroll around the beautiful park which has a flying fox. Expect to find old wares, books, fresh produce and local products, as well as services like massage or hair dressing that you don’t see at other markets.
Where to Eat
The restored Candelo General Store is open daily for breakfast and lunch, with dinner on Friday nights. It also has a little shop that will delight people who love to cook.
Just along the road, Two Blokes Food Café and Deli is a father and son operation that produces gourmet deli products and serves them up alongside other local produce. They specialise in smoked trout pates and it all comes together beautifully in a ploughman’s lunch.
Candelo is also the home to Wheatley Lane Bread, although you can’t visit the micro-bakery you can get the bread at markets right along the Sapphire Coast and at some wholefood outlets and cafes. The artisan breads are made from cultured leaven based on a time honoured method of baking by hand in a wood fired oven.
Candelo Village Festival
Be entertained by the Candelo Arts Society CAS
The group behind a vibrant live music scene in Candelo, CAS meets monthly and holds regular music and variety nights in charming venues like St Peter’s Church or the Town Hall. Every two years there is a huge festival in the centre of town, the next one is 2016.
The History of Candelo
Earlier settlers of Candelo had the foresight to establish the beautiful park beside the river, and today it offers shade in summer, a spectacular colour show in Autumn and a year-round meeting place for locals and visitors. It will beckon you as you drive past, so why not stop for a while and take a walk along it’s banks.
Candelo today still retains many of its nineteenth century old buildings. Offering a warm and open reception to travellers, they are invited to share in the every day lives of the country folk.
Although bullock teams no longer pass through town and there is little need for blacksmith’s shops, a walk along these streets conjures up images of a past way of life. Venturing further afield, Candelo is surrounded by beautiful old forests and clear waterways. The Candelo Golf Course at Kameruka is living history with sand greens. The Candelo-Kameruka Bowling Club is nestled among the hills near the river,
A drive up Myrtle Mountain to the lookout is rewarded with magnificent distant views over the valley and a perfect secluded picnic spot under old trees.
South East Forests Candelo’s National Parks
The South East Forests National Park includes Tantawangalo forest and Six Mile Creek Camping and Picnic area. Camping at Six Mile Creek is a unique experience, there are only four campsites nestled amongst wet eucalypt forest but each have room for a camper trailer or van.
The undulating country changes dramatically with a steep drive up the mountain. Here you can take bush walks through old growth forest areas, go boulder hopping through the network of waterways, picnic by a creek or take exploratory drives along the forest trails.