Carmel Resort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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... It’s a 1600+ mile drive and we did it in 4 days. (We probably could have done it a little faster given Dessa took her turn behind the wheel as we crossed New Mexico and again as we drove from Amarillo to Dallas but we got the fantastic news that Dessa’s Mom was recovering very well and would be moved into rehab so there was less pressure to rush home). The scenery on the way home has been cool. New Mexico’s Mesa’s are great, and ...
We got a little later start to the drive than expected Thursday morning after enjoying a leisurely but delicious and filling breakfast at a local diner near our hotel in Lompoc, California (we’re still not really even sure where that is). This was going to be one of the busiest days of the trip because not only did we have 4-5 stops to make along the way but we had an 8 hour drive to make on a winding road known as the Pacific Coast Highway. ...
... along the west coast is believed to be one of the best coastal drives in the country, water to the west & mountains to the east. We passed through Morro Bay, Cambria & was meant to got to Big Sur on our way to Carmel, but we could not take the bus onto the road that goes to Big Sur. But wait we were told that another bus was going to pick us up after lunch so we could go along the west coast road to Big Sur, we ...
... central coast. Most campgrounds in Big Sur are reservable and fill months in advance so we were hoping to get a campsite at the only non-reservable area in Andrew Molera State Park. When we pulled into the parking lot the ranger let us know that we could find a spot for sure. The campground had only walk-in sites, so we had to carry our gear about a half of a mile. We found a spot and decided to use the rest of our day to explore some of the more popular Big Sur attractions ...
Drove along the amazing highway 1 into big sur today before going and chilling at the local beach, where the locals deliberately remove the sign so tourist can't find it ( friendly bunch of people ...) before checking into a campsite for the night, we then had a recommendation to go to a beautiful local restaurant where the sunset is truly gorgeous, had a fantastic dinner before retreating to our pitch in the woods for the night ...