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The Colonial Terrace Inn at Carmel by the Sea  

Colonial Terrace Carmel Carmel California CA
Closest to Carmel Beach, Quiet Residential Neighborhood, Dramatic Gardens, We are passionate about making sure our guests enjoy their stay. more...

Gas Fireplace, Wood Fireplace, View of ocean, and more...

Number of Rooms: 26
Breakfast Service:
A continental breakfast is served

Price Range: US$ 129.00 to 569.00 dopn
Additional Person Charge: US$ 10
Deposit: First night room and tax due at time of reservation
Minimum Stay: 2(weekend)Other (Special Event)
Language(s) Spoken: English / Spanish

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San Antonio & 13th
PO BOX 1375
Carmel, California, USA 93921 map

Tel: 831-624-2741
Tel: 800-345-8220
Fax: 831-626-2715
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Closest Carmel Beach, Residential Neighborhood, Dramatic Gardens, passionate Monterey Aquarium, Shopping Carmel, Pebble Courses, Tasting, Lobos, picnic beach, kayaking, diving biking Monterey


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One of Carmel's original accommodations, the Colonial Terrace inn sought out the peace and tranquility of the village neighborhood when it was built in 1925. The desire for a relaxing and natural setting resulted in what is now the closest inn to Carmel Beach, just steps from the sand and yet just a few blocks from the shops and restaurants of downtown Carmel. Visitors are treated to the quiet calmness of a residential area with the gentle roaring and ocean breezes of the nearby sea. Built and founded by Mrs. Ida Theurer in the 1920's and 30's, the property provides a considerable complex of cohesively designed and well sited buildings, modeled to blend visually with the predominant Colonial Revival style. As an excellent example of the type and style of visitor accommodations developed in Carmel-by-the-Sea during the decade of the 1930's, it incorporates the unusual employment of a popular traditional eastern building style for the Carmel lodging industry. The use of stylized door surrounds, cornices, traditional building materials and other colonial detailing is coupled with the employment of Carmel stone, veneers and decorative exterior wood shingling that give the hotel a "Carmel" look. The 1937 unusually shingled structure housing the current lobby and lounge was built by a German carpenter following Mrs. Theurer's trip to Oberammergau, Germany, where she became entranced with German architecture and woodworking. Our collection of rooms and wonderful location provide the perfect retreat for couples and honeymooners, as well as a getaway for families, young people and adventurous souls seeking the romance and activities that the ocean front and Carmel Village provide.

Amenities: Gas Fireplace, Wood Fireplace, Fridge, Stove, Microwave, Coffee Maker, Toaster, TV, Cable, Telephone , Wireless Internet, Private deck(s), Shared deck(s), View of ocean, and more...

Payment Methods Accepted: Discover, Master Card, Visa, American Express, Travelers Checks, Cash.
Check In/Out Policy: Check-in time 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Check-out time 12:00 noon

Cancellation Policy: 7-days notice required for cancellation

Please ask about children.

Breakfast: A continental breakfast is served A delightful Expanded Continental Breakfast is served in the lobby every morning. We bake our own pastries, muffins and croissants, as well as our popular Baked Eggs Florentine (we crack the eggs and grate the cheese ourselves), bagels, granola, oatmeal,

Driving Directions: From San Francisco Bay Area Highway 101 south through San Jose, then through Gilroy to Prunedale Proceed to Highway 156 west to the Monterey Peninsula Highway 156 turns into Highway 1. Proceed south to Monterey/Carmel Turn right on Rio Road; Rio Road turns into 13th Avenue Continue on 13th Avenue, turn right on San Antonio. From Los Angeles Area Highway 101 north to Salinas In Salinas proceed to Highway 68 west to Monterey Peninsula At the end of Highway 68 proceed south on Highway 1 to Monterey/Carmel Turn right on Rio Road; Rio Road turns into 13th Avenue Continue on 13th Avenue, turn right on San Antonio.

Local Area Attractions: Monterey Bay Aquarium, Shopping in Carmel, Pebble Beach Golf Courses, Wine Tasting, Big Sur, Point Lobos, picnic on the white sand beach, kayaking, diving and biking.

Onsite Activities: We have breathtaking gardens with terraces and benches sprinkled throughout the property. Our outdoor fireplace is stocked with wood for guests to sit around and enjoy with each other (BYO wine). Beach chairs and towels can be checked out at the front desk to take down to the beach.

Seasonal Info: Off-season lower rates November - March

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