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We had two rooms here and stayed for two nights, wished we had stayed longer. The rooms were of a good size, clean and cosy. Located in a great spot, close to lovely shops and restaurants and in walking distance of the stunning beach. We...More
I love Mission Ranch. My family has been going there for well over a decade, so I was horrified by our treatment at The Homestead. We were coming to Carmel for a birthday weekend, and had reserved a room with two beds. My traveling companion...More
This was a great place to stay - it was quiet, rustic, and quaint. I thought it was the perfect location - tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main drag, but a ~5 minute walk to all the shops and restaurants. Also...More
Booked for one night as originally we thought it was only going a whirlwind stop on our West Coast trip and so glad we couldn't extend to two.The woman behind the desk could not care less when we arrived, I think we interrupted TV show...More
Perfect, little secluded inn just blocks from downtown. The inn has a few remodeled rooms in the "main house", and 4 "rustic" rooms each with its own outside entrance.
There's a beautifully landscaped, private courtyard with a fireplace for cool evenings.
We had a rustic...More
I'm going to a road trip through California to celebrate my anniversary and I want to ask for a little help to give me any tips of Carmel and Monterrey. Mandatory programs to visit I've just googled, read on sites like Frommers and blogs on the internet.
My purpose here are get those valuable tips, like "avoid to reach at this place in that particular time...", "do not do this way because the road is worse...", "don´t visit this restaurant, it´s overpriced and the food is so so..." and so on.
Thanks in advance for what can help.
Jairo - S. Paulo/Brazil
October 1, 2014|
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"Look on line and the rooms higher up are quieter."