Thursday, December 9, 2010

Lamp Lighter Inn in Carmel-by-the-Sea offers a unique way to experince Carmel for every member of the family

Our recent stay in Carmel California brought us to the delightful Lamplighter Inn. Located just minutes from one of the country’s most picturesque beaches, with amenities for your pet companion, these pleasing rooms and cottages are to be considered when looking for accommodations for your stay in Carmel California.

These cottages are especially nice for those traveling with young children and dogs. There is an outdoor shower to wash off the sand after a busy day at the beach with your family and your pet. All the rooms have a unique charm and quaintness that will appeal to any traveler and many of the rooms have fireplaces to keep you cozy and warm from any fog shrouded evening.



This lovely quaint hotel also features an attractive courtyard bordered by flowers and handmade bird feeders decorate each room and cottage, accenting the appeal of this landmark property that has been around since the 1930’s. For guests that love the wine culture of Monterey County , the Lamplighter Inn features a Wine and cheese reception  on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between 5-6 PM. You can sample many of the great wines from the nearby vineyards while enjoying the company of fellow travelers.


Many hotels today feature complimentary breakfast buffets but the Lamplighter Inn does it one better . All stays include a complimentary breakfast basket. served to the room between 8.30 – 10.00 AM. Now THAT is service.



Carmel is known all over the world for its famous beach , Pebble Beach golf course , shopping and historic hotels with some world class dining. The lovely city was created to be a walking city and it still is today. The Lamplighter Inn is within walking distance of the best Carmel has to offer.




During our visit we took a few minutes to sit down with general manager, Bobby Richards and he described the Lampligher and its long history. Staying at a boutique hotel is always enlightening but when visiting Carmel-by-the-Sea we could not think of a better place to enjoy Carmel in a way it should be . For more information about the Lamplighter Inn please visit http://www.carmellamplighter.com/index.html

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Elaine and Scott

Elaine and Scott
Elaine and Scott