Carmel Valley Ranch

Address: One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93923, United States | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, is near Château Julien, Quail Lodge Resort & Golf Club, Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Course, and Durney Vineyards--Heller Estate.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Carmel Valley Ranch

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Carmel

      Monterey Bay Aquarium and an evening by the pool

      A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Aug 03, 2014

      14 photos

      We had a much gentler start to the day after a our long day yesterday. We went down to the Carmel Valley Ranch golf clubhouse for a big America breakfast. Like a lot of things at Carmel Valley it was great, with very friendly, willing and slightly inept service. Which meant it took long time! We were happy taking it easy, although after 45 minutes …

      Thar she blows! Whale watching in Monterey Bay

      A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Aug 04, 2014

      12 photos

      It was another early start as we had to check in for our boat in Monterey Bay by 8.30am for a day of Whale spotting; so there was no hanging about. Sam was already feeling travel sick by the time we'd driven to Monterey and parked the car, not the greatest of starts for a the day on the ocean. We parked up by the wharfs and wandered over to the Old …

      Zen Beginnings

      A travel blog entry by melandlindsay on Oct 09, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... interested in seeing beautiful vistas, unique geological formations and rare plant communities.

      I will let the pictures work in place of the 1000 words, but have to add we felt desperately in need of binoculars and Mom. We took pictures so you could help identify some things. Your botanical knowledge would have proved very useful. The park was all it had promised to be and we left after a few hours of wandering with sore calves ...

      Night 23: Monterey Bay

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 15, 2014

      1 photo

      ... charge visitors a $20 toll to drive on their main drag. What a way to keep out the riff raff! I drove right through Monterey to a spot west of town on the bay where I know a bunch of harbor seals nurse their young on a beach. We watched then for a while and then drive south past the 17 Mile Road and Junipero Serra's mission to the north end of the Big Sur coast. Here is a wonderland called Point Lobos by the Spanish long ago because of the "sea ...

      Flea Market and Golf Rematch

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Nov 25, 2013

      1 comment

      ... We walked around with Nibs and he got lots of attention from children.

      We played another nine holes at Monterey Pines. I didn't do quite as well today as I did yesterday. Overall, if Bob gives me two strokes a hole I can beat him. Seems kind of like letting a child win at cards, but....that's the way golf handicaps work. I am under no illusions that I am a better golfer than Bob!
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