No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Dolphin Inn Carmel
Travel Blogs from Carmel
... area, right on the coast with greenery everywhere, massive houses and about 5 golf courses, the only thing better would have been a football pitch. But it was amazing, and it also had Pebble beach Golf Course there. We stopped there, and looked around the shops, and the posh hotel! We then made our way over to the 18th green, on the traditional hole over the Pacific Ocean! I loved the place, and topped off the 17 mile ...
... grunge to be seen, which I hadn't expected. It was still enjoyable to walk the street knowing Steinbeck had perhaps taken those same routes. We had a taste of clam chowder as the temperatures cooled. We were wearing shorts so we jumped in every other store to warm up. After a few more gift purchases, it was back south on Highway 1 to Big Sur with multiple stops along the way for photo ops.
Highway 1 is an absolutely stunning stretch to drive. The ...
... and the players that won, etc., etc. The employees here were all so friendly - many of them wore tam-o-shanters and looked the part of the golfing world! We stopped at a few stores before leaving. Kelly got a 1919 (the year Pebble Beach opened) Indian head nickel ball marker in an antique shop - I swear the guy working there looked exactly like William Hurt, but maybe I am too close to Hollywood and I have stars in my eyes.
... costumes to make. This time, Wanda was able to help and we finished the costumes in time for one showing of the play - this one based on a Magic Tree House adventure with T-Rex's, Merlin the Magician and lots of other characters. After dinner, it was time for us to go. It is so hard to leave Lilly - she kept clinging to us saying "I don't want you to go!" We promised to come back soon with one last hug - then home to the ...
... wanted to sell it to someone who would keep it in its original purpose. Oh….
After lunch, we headed down 17 Mile Drive through the township of Pebble Beach. We stopped at a few viewpoints to see the famous Lone Cypress and seals. We arrived at the Pebble Beach golf club where we did some shopping and walked out to the 18th hole. It’s a rather nice golf course – maybe you’ve heard?
We headed ...