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Carmel Valley Vacation Rentals with Air Conditioning(8)

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30 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
    1 Review
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    2 night minimum stay
    • 10 BR,
    • 11 BA,
    • Sleeps 38
      (6)
      3 night minimum stay
      • 6 BR,
      • 6 BA,
      • Sleeps 14
        (30)
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        2 night minimum stay
        • 10 BR,
        • 10 BA,
        • Sleeps 38
          (6)
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          3 night minimum stay
          • 4 BR,
          • 2 BA,
          • Sleeps 8
            (15)
            $280 - $600
            per night
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            2 night minimum stay
            • 3 BR,
            • 2 BA,
            • Sleeps 6
              2 Reviews
              $349 - $499
              per night
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              3 - 4 night minimum stay
              • 4 BR,
              • 2 BA,
              • Sleeps 8
                1 Review
                4 night minimum stay
                • 5 BR,
                • 4 BA,
                • 1 HF BA,
                • Sleeps 10
                  (6)
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                  Recent Carmel Valley Reviews

                  What a fabulous place to stay!!!

                  5 of 5
                  I can not rave enough about how much we enjoyed our stay at Villa Samana! We went with two other couples to enjoy Carmel and had plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the beautiful house. The house was immaculate and the photos do not do it justice. Our trip was as much to catch up with old friends as it was about visiting Carmel, so we spent a lot of time at the home. We spent as much time outside enjoying the spectacular views as we did inside relaxing. The house is perfectly located to town and the restaurants and shopping. Each day we toured two or three vineyards and then ate out at one of the local restaurants. The vineyards were all so friendly and outgoing and we loved the local wine samples. I was impressed by the diversity of restaurants nearby and the quality of food. The owner recommended eating at Lokal – it’s a must not miss place! She also recommended Chateau Julien and Bernardus wineries - both were among our favorites. We also liked Boete and Heller Estate. Overall, it was a great vacation and great place to stay.
                  • Submitted: Sep 2, 2014
                  • Stayed: Aug 2014

                  A fabulous getaway

                  5 of 5
                  Châteaux Carmel was the perfect place for our recent family vacation. We ranged in age from four to seventy, and there was something for everyone. There were coming-together spots, but plenty of room to enjoy a bit of privacy. The huge back patio was our favorite gathering place. It provided a pool, a hot tub that was never empty, a stone fireplace where the children roasted marshmallows for s’mores, and we grown-ups enjoyed a glass of wine while taking in the breathtaking views. Anthony met us on arrival and gave us a detailed tour so we knew how to use the special lighting and where to find everything we could possibly need. He was also available at all times for any questions that arose. We were sorry to see our special time at Châteaux Carmel end, but the memories will be with us forever.
                  • Submitted: Aug 26, 2014
                  • Stayed: Aug 2014

                  Romantic Carmel Valley Oasis with Stunning Vistas & Historic Charm

                  5 of 5
                  From the moment you drive through the gates of Holman Ranch, you have entered a world apart, and a simpler, more gracious century. Reminders of the ranches' historic roots as an escape for Hollywood dignitaries await at every turn as you wend your way to the gorgeous stone hacienda, hewn from Carmel stone and roofed with handmade terracotta tile. Horses swish their tails in the comfort of their stalls, no longer called upon to haul carriages of guests up the hill to the gardens and lawn overlooking the Carmel Valley wilderness to the south and west. Behind you, towering golden hills rise up to catch the sun, now laced with vineyards and estates. Hillsides are browsed by cattle in the tall grass, and hawks patrol the azure skies. All around you, the Holman estate vineyards ring the native, drought-resistant plantings that form a floral boundary to the event site, anchored by a set of steps that create the perfect platform for a wedding ceremony. Roses abound and tall white poppies create a joyous accompaniment to the lavender-scented breezes that rustle the ancient oak trees. Play bocce on the lawn, or sit on the porch of one of the 10 well equipped, western-themed lodging units that beckon you to relax and enjoy the tranquil setting. In room spa treatments are available, as are custom activities like horseback trail riding, skeet shooting, falconing and archery. There's a gorgeous old pool and fitness center, and you can hike through the vineyards and hills to your heart's content. All the romantic cowboy era furnishings and decor are in keeping with the old rancho theme of Holman Ranch, and encourage restful reflection. Time seems to stand still here in the land of blonde grass and wizened old oaks: it looks much the same as it did in the 19th century when the 400 acre property was secularized as part of Mexican land grants. You can't help but feeling a connection to history as you sit out under the sumptuous stars, listening to the chorus of tree frogs while you roast marshmallows in the horseshoe-topped fire pit to make s'mores. You'll sleep deeply in the lush linens, while you dream of another time and place. And thankfully, when you awake, you will still be there, watching the sun crest over the same ancient fog-touched hills as it has done for centuries.
                  • Submitted: May 29, 2012
                  • Stayed: May 2012