Carmel Resort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarmel Resort Inn
Very spacous two bedroom cottage. Comfortable and clean, breakfast served to the room. Highly recommended when staying in Carmel.
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... a great sleep and off downstairs to check in with Air Canada. Now let me tell you about Air Canada. The bureaucratic, non caring, like or lump it, airline we've all experienced had THE most pleasant and helpful agent I have ever encountered. As we had already checked in and had printed our boarding pass at home, Mike waited in the fairly lengthy line with our 2 bags while I walked over to the business class line and spoke to the next available agent to see ...
... feel to it. All I know is that I’m very glad we ended up stopping by this park because I liked the view even better than Big Sur (and that is saying something). Next on our stop was the lovely small town of Carmel by the Sea, which we quickly drove through only stopping for a few minutes at the beach. I could have stayed at this beach for hours and hopefully one day I will get to enjoy coming back and spending some more time on it because it ...
... lot more touristy and tackier than Carmel... Carmel is full of designer and expensive shops and restaurants, but it was lovely to walk around a bit and explore it. Again... you would need several million bucks to buy a place around here! I was also on the look out for Clint Eastwood... who is often seen hanging about Carmel where he allegedly owns a place... but one fact is, that he does definitely own a restaurant in Carmel, Mission Ranch. If ...
Pulled out of hotel at 9:15 with a full day ahead of us. Evan put the wipers on straight up but quickly adjusted into left-hand drive mode. We drove on the 101 until we got to San Luis Obispo where we switched to Highway 1 and headed to our first stop of the day, Hearst Castle. On the way we passed the California Men's Colony. Evan remarked that he would like to live there. I remarked that it's a prison. We got petrol at Cambria for $4.76 a gallon (seemed dear). Darcy ...
... lights, helicopter and fire engines towing a car that had gone over the side.
Des, was amazing and kept calm throughout and I was just sad he couldn't take in the breathe taking sights along the way.
We arrived at Carmel saddle mountain ranch late in the evening and had to check ourselves into the site as it was unmanned due to it being after 6pm. It was very pretty,smaller and inland compared to the other sites we'd been ...