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Vagabond’s House Inn

4th and Dolores (P.O. Box 2747)
Carmel-By-The-Sea, California 93921
Toll Free: 800.262.1262
Phone: 831.624.7738

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vagabonds house inn carmel caThe Vagabond’s House, an English Tudor Styled Inn, is nestled in the heart of the village of Carmel-By-The-Sea. This Carmel Bed and Breakfast has earned its place as the most delightful Boutique Inn on the Monterey Bay Peninsula. Your memorable stay in Carmel begins as you walk up to the front steps of this B&B Inn and enter an atmosphere that seems almost magical.vagabonds house inn carmel ca

While at The Vagabond’s House, sip California wine and meet fellow travelers while warming by the courtyard fire pit or lounging in our sitting room. Relax with Massage and body treatments in our Spa Studio. Read a book in the courtyard or just close your eyes and relax to the sound of our waterfall, surrounded by lush foliage and seasonal flowers.

Accommodations at the The Vagabond’s House offer a unique blend of modern elegance with vintage references. Fireplaces, private baths, private entrances and spaciousness are features of most rooms.

A copious breakfast is served each morning either to your room or, if you prefer, in the sun-dappled courtyard. Our breakfasts include fresh fruit, juices, hot beverage, cereals, yogurts, eggs, French pastry, bagels and toast.

The Vagabond’s House Bed and Breakfast is located in the midst of Carmel’s finest restaurants, unique shops and well-known art galleries and just blocks away from famous Carmel Beach. Our staff is available to assist with reservations and directions.

The Vagabond’s House, one of five Carmel Boutique Inns, is owned by Denny LeVett and his daughter Amanda. These Carmel-By-The-Sea lodging properties include Lamp Lighter Inn, Sunset House Suites, Carmel Forest Lodge, Monte Verde Inn, and Cypress Inn, one of Denny’s proudest endeavors, co-owned with Doris Day.

Carmel and Beyond

One of the best ways to see Carmel is on foot. You will discover over 60 hidden courtyards where many specialty shops and cafes are found. You will also find the special charms of Carmel-by-the-Sea as you discover secret pathways, award-winning gardens, and enchanting fairy tale cottages ... the homes, haunts, and history of famous artists, writers, and movie stars. Stroll along the white-sand beach. Or picnic on the bluff tops over looking Carmel Beach and the Pebble Beach golf courses and coastline.

Within 15 minutes, visit Monterey with the famed Monterey Bay Aquarium, Fisherman’s Wharf, Cannery Row as well as many other places of interest. Pebble Beach and 17-Mile Drive are within minutes. While there, meander to Pacific Grove, referred to “America’s last home town.” For a slightly longer trip, sunny Carmel Valley is a treat with ranches and orchards and the Carmel Valley Village with unique shops and restaurants. An hour will take you to Big Sur, which locals often refer to as “a state of mind”. Be prepared for a lovely day and incredible views.

Shopping and Dining
Find a variety of lovely shops, boutiques and visit Carmel Plaza for an exceptional experience. A mile trip to either the Barnyard Shopping Center or Crossroads Shopping Center where you can find unique shops and restaurants should also be on your agenda. A variety of wonderful restaurants await your choice. We are also happy to recommend our favorites.

An Artist Town ... Culture in Carmel
Carmel’s primary social and cultural facilities are the Sunset Community and Cultural Center, the Harrison Memorial Library, the Golden Bough Playhouse and the Outdoor Forest Theatre.