About Us

About Us 

We are a small independent home fragrance brand, specialising in artisan candles, wax melts and reed diffusers. We believe that buying and using candles should be a special experience. We try to give our customers this by using the best quality products in our candles. Each candle is hand poured to get a personal touch and a clean finish. We only use natural soy wax, cotton wicks and the highest quality vegan friendly fragrance oils and essential oils. This makes our candles as environmentally friendly as possible. 

Established in 2017 by Aled, the business has steadily grown from the kitchen table to our very own candle studio in Nantlle, where every single product is still hand poured by Aled. 

Our Studio

Based in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park our candle studio and shop in Nantlle is the perfect base for Canhwyllau Eryri Candles. Steeped in history and charm, our studio is housed in an 1860s converted slate quarrymen’s barracks with stunning views of Snowdonia to one side and the Dorothea Quarry to the other. It fits perfectly with our brand ethos of celebrating the natural beauty, language and history of the stunning landscapes that surround us here in Eryri (Snowdonia). 

Our Shop 

In June 2023, 6 years after starting our home fragrance journey we opened our very own shop on Palace Street in our hometown of Caernarfon. Here we are able to offer our high-quality handcrafted Welsh and English soy wax candles and home fragrance to the  people of Caernarfon and the surrounding area. 


We hope you enjoy our beautiful candles.


Amdanom Ni

Rydym yn gwmni bychan wedi lleoli wrth ymyl Parc Eryri yng Nghaernarfon.

Yma yn Canhwyllau Eryri rydym yn credu bod prynu a defnyddio cannwyll i fod yn brofiad arbennig. Rydym yn ceisio gwneud hyn drwy ddefnyddio’r cynhyrchion gorau. Mae pob un o’n canhwyllau yn cael eu gwneud gyda chwyr soi, wic cotwm ac olew persawr moethus. Mae pob un o’n canhwyllau yn cael eu tywallt gyda llaw i gael cyffyrddiad personol.

Gobeithio gwnewch fwynhau ein canhwyllau hyfryd.