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Just a short drive away from the Best Western Plus Shelter Cove Lodge is a piece of history in Hearst Castle! The former home of publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst, this colossal castle showcases a collection of European artwork, lavish gardens, sprawling pools, and breathtaking architecture!... more
More reminiscent of Tuscany than Northern California, the Stonepine Estate isn’t complete without its European-trained staff, who will cater to your every need from onsite amenities to Carmel Valley wine tours, area golf, or reservations at local restaurants. Five houses and cottages throughout the estate grounds are available for rental or for... more
It's no wonder Pebble Beach Resorts has attracted extraordinary visitors throughout its history. From Samuel F. B. Morse to Clint Eastwood. Teddy Roosevelt to Sir Winston Churchill. Jay Leno to Chef Thomas Keller. Bing Crosby to Bill Murray. Bobby Jones and Jack Nicklaus to Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. Legendary people drawn to a legendary... more
Cambria is only 6 miles from the famous Hearst Castle and the southern gateway to the Big Sur Coastline. Take an expert-guided tour of Hearst Castle and encounter first-hand the majesty and beauty of this historic Californian treasure.... more
The history in Carmel, Pacific Grove, Big Sur and of course Monterey runs deep. Monterey was actually the first capital of Spanish California in 1776. The numerous historic buildings and stories will keep you busy for days around the entire area. The history doesn't stop there, come and discovery the whole story for yourself when you stay at Carmel... more
The Burton Inn building is a famed Cambria landmark. It dates back to 1865, when it was built by a wealthy farmer named Rufus Rigdon. After some years later, a couple from England purchased the property and built a successful restaurant next door. Eventually, the two buildings were transformed into what is now known as the Burton Inn. ... more
The Bridge Creek Inn was originally designed to be architecturally unique both in its sculptural massing and its overall layout, the most distinct element of the 1970’s “Builder’s Shed” style being the multi-directional shed roof.... more
Take a peek into the luxurious lifestyle of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst at the Hearst Castle, where the former businessman’s final lodging is on display in all of its eloquence. ... more
The San Carlos Borroméo de Carmelo Mission, or more simply the Carmel Mission, is perhaps one of the oldest Spanish Missions in all of California and has now been designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service. It was founded in 1770 by Father Junipero Serra, come and discover the whole story for yourself!... more
Built in 1899, this warm, charming inn started as a true Victorian and was converted to a Mediterranean-style house. Yet the history here encompasses more than just the furnishings; it's also in the gracious dining and hospitality of centuries past.... more
When plans were made to create a community for beach homes, the old pier and the hotel and all the evidence of former dreams, were gone. A 25 year effort, working with a new dream envisioned in the 60's of gradual development, saw to the completion of Pajaro Dunes. They've kept what was priceless and added to it with sensitive planning and careful... more