Calle España, 19 – 30510 Yecla (Murcia) Spain
How to reach us:
620 422 412
from €100 to €160. For more than 4 guests, contact us.
For families, couples, individuals / Pets welcome by request / Garage parking by request / Wi-Fi / Smart TV with Netflix / Located in the centre of Yecla / Suitable for people with reduced mobility / Radiant floor heating / Taxi service available for guests
Carlos y Rafaela
Here you can find:
A traditional house with technology, personalized attention, and comfortable environment.
Las 9 Candelas is a very special traditional house situated in the centre of Yecla. It is suitable for people with reduced mobility. Cool in summer and comfortable in winter, with radiant floor heating. Internet and Wi-Fi connection. Decorated with its original antique furniture, paintings by my Aunt Edhita on the walls, and books of historical value.
The household systems have been completely updated, from the light bulbs, appliances, bed linens, and taps, to the sofas and mattresses, with sustainability as a defining principle.
Families that want to discover our city, people who respect and appreciate the house, professionals who need a tranquil space to work and rest.
The house is right in the centre, near the Archaeological Museum, the School of Music, and Basílica de la Purísima. It is ideal for enjoying the festivals and processions in Yecla, as well as for people with reduced mobility.
We can organize travel in the area by taxi, pick passengers up at the train station or airport, and offer advice regarding any aspect of tourism or need that arises during your visit. We also have two garage parking spots available. Las 9 Candelas always provides guests with coffee, milk, juice, tea, oil, water … to make your stay more welcoming.
‘I grew up in this house together with my mother and 6 sisters. Many generations of my family have lived here, in one of the traditional houses in Yecla. The attachment to my roots encouraged me to restore it and share it with others.’ (Carlos)
Las 9 Candelas recommends:
‘Guided tour of the Archaeological Museum and Los Torrejones site. I would end the tour by tasting some good local gazpachos.’ (Carlos)