Carmel Valley Ranch

Address: One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, Monterey Peninsula, California, 93923-8579, United States | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, is near Quail Lodge Resort & Golf Club, Château Julien, Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Course, and Durney Vineyards--Heller Estate.
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          • Swimming pool
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          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Room service
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsCarmel Valley Ranch

          Reviewed by cowell

          Amazing place to stay

          Reviewed Jul 5, 2016
          by (12 reviews) , Cayman Islands Flag of Cayman Islands

          Fantastic family orientated vacation location. Lovely accommodation, very helpful staff and activities galore!!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Carmel Valley Ranch

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Carmel

          Road trip from Santa Barbara to Carmel Valley (8)

          A travel blog entry by cowell on Jul 05, 2016

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          Mummy We left Santa Barbara at about 11 am. First stop was Morro Bay to see the volcanic rock that peaks out of the ocean. Also got a glimpse is some seals or otters. Couldn't quite make out as they were located in the distance. Next stop was Hearst Castle. Amazing estate. Had a tour outside and inside! 4.5 miles north of Hearst Castle we stopped …

          Day 1

          A travel blog entry by bluetiger on Aug 04, 2015

          2 photos

          ... for a golf cart to whisk us down to our gate. It certainly made that long trek very easy for Mike. Yay Air Canada! Arriving in San Francisco after a bumpy flight, they had a wheelchair waiting and this delightful young lady wheeled Mike to baggage claim, scored us a luggage cart and then had her male colleague take the bags all the way to the air tram where we headed for Avis to pick up the car. Not sure that a Kia SUV rates a place in the Carmel Concours ...

          Pacific Coast Highway

          A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 28, 2015

          12 photos

          ... we realized how unreasonable it would be for us to not go in just because of $10 split 5 ways so we re-grouped and decided to enter. As soon as we started on the 17 mile drive (which is supposedly one of the more scenic roads in California (it better be since you have to pay to go on it)) we all felt like peasants. I even mistakenly read one of the signs near the golf course labeled “pedestrian pathway” as “peasant ...

          San Fran to LA... by car and by train!

          A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Mar 19, 2015

          22 photos

          ... of the group... so I needed somewhere to leave my bag for a few hours. Remember my cousin Anne, back in New Zealand? Well, she happens to have a friend, Sharon, who lives in Santa Cruz, just up the coast from Carmel... and she had got in touch with her to let her know I was going to be visiting the area. So Sharon so kindly drove down the coast to come and meet me in Carmel, where we went for a drink and a long walk along the entire Carmel ...

          It's making me cry how beautiful I sing.

          A travel blog entry by rebspa on Oct 01, 2014

          15 photos

          ... they were for a concert or special event. But no. Hearst Castle have closed their restrooms due to the California 1 in a 100 year drought. Only chemical toilets were available. That seemed strange but anyway. Even stranger they were branded as Honeyhuts. But that's enough toilet talk. Got into the entrance area of Hearst Castle and realised it was quite a grand-scale production. First you had to book a tour. The earliest we could get was 12:10. I told aEvan if we couldn't ...