We were spending a few nights in Carmel on our trip down to the big sur,it was different from your usual hotel room,a cottage with your own entrance/driveway and patio.We mad our way to our cottage after arriving later than expected,a nice room with fire,television could be more updated,the only disappointment was a pile of bark dumped on the front garden not yet spread out! It turned out it wasn't warm enough to sit out so it saved us sitting next to it.We liked the idea of breakfast being delivered in a basket to your room,though they could of pushed the boat out and given us two croissant rather than one! Carmel is a lovely place although our resort is hard to get back to without a map/good memory and a torch after 8! The cottages were very quiet and calming place to stay waking up to just the sound of birds was heaven.A nice place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Carmel Resort Inn is a unique and truly affordable B&B offering a collection of old fashioned "artists" cottages once belonging to individual land owners. Some as old as 100 years, each of these hand crafted cottages have different floor plans and early 1900's construction. It's all part of the original Carmel charm that makes CRI and the village of Carmel-by-the-Sea a charming and yet popular place for visitors from around the world! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Carmel Hotel Carmel