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Old Apr 7th, 2005, 12:46 PM
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Hi, we will be visiting San Jose and Yosemite later this month and would like to spend 2 nights in Carmel. Many places booked up already so we will try for a midweek reservation. Because of allergies, we would prefer a place that does not allow pets. We would also like a king bed and a price under $200. I know -- fussy, fussy. Anywhere in or near Carmel is fine. We have already checked with Green Lantern Inn. Thanks in advance.
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Old Apr 7th, 2005, 01:07 PM
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My husband and I stayed at The Cobblestone Inn, awesome location, pretty sure they don't allow dogs, our total with taxes for one night was 170.00. I think, we did have a queen sized bed though, I can't remember! But, honestly, it is SUCH a great place, warm, and there is a fireplace in everyroom.....great! Cobblestone is part of the Four Sisters Inn group, www.foursisters.com check it out!
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Old Apr 7th, 2005, 01:22 PM
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I've been heavily researching Carmel and Carmel restaurants. I want to go there for my birthday and stay right in Carmel this time instead of our usual Carmel Highland's places.

I have a brochure I picked up our last trip in September that lists Pet Friendly accomodations. Here they are:

Blue Sky Lodge
Carmel Country Inn
Carmel Mission Inn
Carmel River Inn
Carmel Tradewinds Inn (surprising!)
Casa de Carmel
Coachman's Inn
Cypress Inn
Hofsas House
Lamp Lighter Inn
Lincoln Green Inn
Lodge at Pebble Beach
Sunset House
Vagabond's House Inn
Wayside Inn

There are also about 23 restaurants in Carmel that are pet-friendly. I have that list also if you're interested! Carmel is very pet-friendly and I have to say there are some of the most gorgeous pets there I've ever seen in my life.

Last time we dined at Portabella a beautiful Golden Retriever walked in when it was raining in a yellow rain slicker and the hostess escorted them out in the back to the heated, covered patio. Have fun in Carmel! ***kim***
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Old Apr 7th, 2005, 01:32 PM
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Kimamom: Think you misread this post. Susan4 doesn't want to be around pets for allergy reasons. Maybe your post will help her decide what places to avoid!
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Old Apr 7th, 2005, 01:54 PM
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Yes, exactly! susan4 here are the restaurants that are pet-friendly in Carmel (places you may not want to dine at):

Allegro Gourmet Pizzeria
Anton & Michel
Bahama Billy's Restaurant
Bistro 211
Caffe Cardinale Coffee Roasting
Casasnova Restaurant
China Gourmet
Club Jalapeno
Da Giovanni
Grasing's
Jack London's Bar & Grill
Katy's Place
Le Coq d' Or
Lugano Swiss Bistro
Porta Bella Restaurant
Rio Grill
The Forge in the Forest
Tita's Cafe
Village Corner
Village Pub

Cheers! ***kim***
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Old Apr 7th, 2005, 02:40 PM
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Boy ! it was not long ago that someone told me that they did not want to sleep in a hotel that took pets because of dog drool on the pillows, LOL
Susan, I understand the allergy problem in Inns. We found that while they might not allow dogs, they might have their own or a cat that is free to wander into rooms .. Good luck!

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Old Apr 10th, 2005, 11:43 AM
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Thanks all. We booked the Cobblestone Inn. $200 room with 1/2 price the second night. Btw, it might be interesting to see dogs in restaurants. My husband is the one with allergies. My concerns are more along the lines of that mentioned by Scarlett. <smile>
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Old Apr 10th, 2005, 12:39 PM
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Thanks, kimamom. I'm going to print this out in case I'm able to take a cross-country trip this summer. After reading Ella in Europe, this may be the next best thing to taking pooch to France.

Where is Doris Day's inn?
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Old Apr 10th, 2005, 01:16 PM
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susan, I have a large dog and therefore, most likely have been exposed to dog drool sometime or other ((&))..We stayed in a lovely Kimpton hotel in Portland that welcomes dogs, and someone mentioned that they would not want to sleep where dogs would drool on the pillows.
Whatever, if you are allergic is one reason, if you imagine dogs drooling on the bed, allergies are the least of your problems LOL
I looked up the Cobblestone Inn and it looks charming!
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Doris Day owns the Cypress Inn and she lives in Carmel Valley! ***kim***
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