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Cabins & Candlelight

1 review

7295 N 1100 E
Colfax, IN 46035-9502 US

(765)436-2133

www.cabinsandcandlelight.com

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Rates

$199 to $259

Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Discover, Visa, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.


The types of beds available include Queen.


Description

Truly a romantic hideaway, Cabins & Candlelight in Colfax, Montgomery County, spans 33 acres with half of the property native forest. Located on the border of Sugar Creek, it is a popular spot for canoeing and fishing just 35 miles northwest of Indianapolis. Two luxury log cabins, made from Indiana poplar logs, offer pampering amenities that include a 15-foot stone gas-log fireplace, oversized whirlpool and an entertainment center. A fully equipped kitchen is stocked with an assortment of breakfast foods to prepare as desired. Relax on the covered porch or screened deck. A gas grill is also provided. There are two state parks nearby and many museums. Take a day trip to Chicago, Illinois, only two and a half hours away.Location: Country.

Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Snacks/Refreshments, Continental Breakfast and Cabins are stocked with a wide variety of breakfast food to be prepared at your leisure.
Amenities In Room: Television, Refrigerator, Kitchen, Iron/Ironing Board, Heating, Hair Dryer, Fireplace, DVD, Coffeemaker, Bath Amenities, Air Conditioning, Telephone and Gas grill.
Amenities On Site: Hot Tub/Jetted Tub and Free parking on premise.

 

Reviews

“During the Shelter in Place order, we wanted to experience something different. This is a hidden gem and a special treat. The cabin is cozy, clean, and secluded. The hospitality from the booking through the stay was remarkable. The stay was incredible and very enjoyable (even not having reliable cell service). Once I left, after a two-day stay, I wondered why I had not had that experience before, and was longing just to linger a little while longer...it was a piece of heaven on earth! Will definitely become a regular...”
— AM Adams

 

 

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