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Cabins & Candlelight LLC
7295 N 1100 E
Colfax, IN 46035
Phone: 765-436-2133
1-800-864-6717
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Current news at Cabins & Candlelight

photo of wildflowers
November 2016
Thrilled to be featured on WRTV's Most Romantic Fall Getaways!

October 2016
Guests have enjoyed watching a hen turkey and her brood of nine on the property.

April 2016
We're #2 on the Indiana Romantic Places list!

January 2016
Both of our cabins now feature Sleep Number beds.

November 2015
The Montgomery County Visitors Bureau has a new website at Visitmoco.com. Check it out for places to eat and things to do in the area!

June 2015
Cabin 2 now has new landscaping.

April 2015
The daffodils and bluebells are certainly putting on a show this spring! Performing next will be the Redbuds and Crabapple trees. We spotted a Blue Heron rookery just up the creek.

June 2014
Cabin 1 has new landscaping!

November 2013
It seems like the fall colors are later this year, but they're gorgeous!

April 2013
Our road has been restored. Sightings of rarely seen birds this week include a Pileated Woodpecker and Northern Flickers.

April 2013
We've never seen the water this high in the 12 years we've been here! The county road has washed out, so we need to take a different route to State Road 47.

September 2012
We've discovered a new pizza favorite in Thorntown, which is 5 miles away. Bud's Pizza is open Wednesday - Saturday. They have a small dine-in area or you can carry out.

June 2012
A wild turkey and her three little ones have been roaming the property.

July 6, 2011
There are three young Redtailed Hawks on a fallen tree right behind one of the cabins. They're fascinating to watch!

May 18, 2011
A doe and her fawn have been frequently seen grazing in the meadow.

February 2, 2011
We've had a lot of ice pellets over the last few days so we have ice-covered roads. They didn't stick to the power lines, however, so we still have power to run those whirlpool jets!

April 15, 2010
What a beautiful spring here! Nearly 50 Redbud trees are in bloom as well as the Crabapple and Dogwood trees. The Bluebell wildflowers are also in full view throughout the woods. Mushroom hunting season will be here soon.

February 15, 2010
It's definitely been a white winter here! The guests are enjoying watching it snow as they sit by the glow of the fireplace.

November 14, 2009
We've seen several deer on the property as the fall harvest continues.

November 1, 2009
We've just learned that we've received a "Best Cabins" award from Bedandbreakfast.com. We'd like to thank all our guests who submitted a review online and helped us win this award!

October 20, 2009
It's been a beautiful fall here! Many of the trees we have planted over the years are showing their red color.

April 27, 2009
The Redbud trees are in full bloom again and the Prairiefire Crabapple tree is beautiful! There are baby cardinals in an evergreen tree in front of the cabin.

April 23, 2009
We saw a barred owl and a deer right behind one of the cabins today. We frequently hear the owls but had never seen one before. The bluebell wildflowers are in full bloom in the woods.

April 11, 2009
A frisky fox has been hunting in the meadow in front of the cabins for the last few days.

April 9, 2009
The daffodils are in full bloom around the cabins, and the bluebells are making an appearance in the woods. It's a great time to walk down the path to Sugar Creek and see the woods come to life. The blue heron has returned for another year. The redbud trees should be blooming soon.

March 20, 2009
There were 3 pileated woodpeckers behind the cabins today. Every so often, we see one, but it was amazing to see three beautiful birds together.

February 10, 2009
We've been seeing a group of 6-7 deer as they make their way across the meadow down to Sugar Creek.

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