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Monterey Bed and Breakfast Inns

Bed and breakfast inns near Monterey
Martine Inn
— 4 miles  N Pacific Grove, CA
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  • Free Night Participating Inn
$169 - $499
Hofsas House
— 6 miles  SE Carmel, CA
It is located just one block from the...  Read More
$125 - $350
Captain's Inn at Moss Landing
— 15 miles  NE Moss Landing, CA
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  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 10 room(s)
$197 - $299

Monterey Bed and Breakfast Inns

With the old structures still standing in the city, Monterey is known as the most historic place in California. However, Monterey is definitely not just a place that lovers of history enjoy visiting. The city is also famous for the many locations it has that can provide outdoors fun and other adventurous activities that families will love. Guests at Monterey bed and breakfast inns never stay too long in their accommodations since there are a lot of things to try and explore. They can go to the coast and watch the whales at the Monterey Bay. They may also sample the wines that the area vineyards have become famous for although the Monterey bed and breakfast inns may also provide these. Tourists who drove into the city can cruise along 17-Mile Drive, a road that provides great sceneries located just outside the major commercial district of the city of Monterey. By The Jabberwock.

The charming town of Monterey, CA is the perfect home base for exploring the California coast, including Carmel, Pebble Beach, Monterey and Big Sur. Opportunities for hiking, biking and exploring tide pools abound! Back in town, don't miss a trip to Cannery Row, a great place to stroll and enjoy local shops, restaurants, wine tasting, galleries and historic tours. The historic Fisherman's Wharf also features whale watching tours, fishing excursions, restaurants, and souvenir shops. And the Monterey Bay Aquarium is real treat, known as one of the best in the world. Monterey truly offers something for everyone! By Old Monterey Inn.

You'll want to stay longer on your next trip to Monterey, Carmel if you scan this list of books that celebrate Monterey and the area including a lighter read - Monterey Bay: A Novel 2016, by Lindsay Hatton which I can't wait to review. But for visitors try Moon Monterey & Carmel: Including Santa Cruz & Big Sur (Moon Handbooks) Dec 29, 2015by Stuart Thornton; The Monterey Bay Shoreline Guide (UC Press/Monterey Bay Aquarium Series in Marine Conservation), 1999 by Jerry Emory and Frank Balthis.Others include Monterey, Carmel & Pacific Grove 2017, by Michael Santa Cruz, Day Hikes Around Monterey and Carmel by Robert Stone; Monterey: Furnishings of California's Spanish Revival (Schiffer Books) 2007 by Roger Renick and Michael Trotter; Carmel, Monterey & Pacific Grove: Getaway Guide to California's Monterey Peninsula, 2016 by David Vokac and Joan VokacThe Death and Life of Monterey Bay: A Story of Revival, 2012 is a really engaging tale of how the Monterey coastline was reclaimed for its rich and abundant sea life - by Dr. Stephen R Palumbi PhD and Ms. Carolyn Sotka M.A.; Monterey California Adventure & Dive Guide Franko Maps Waterproof Map perfect to plan where to dive while you're in town. You might also try Monterey's Hotel del Monte (CA) (Images of America) (You can still stay at this inn today.) Sep 7, 2005 by Julie Cain. By Monterey Hotel.

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