Ten cozy guest rooms with wood-burning fireplaces in our charming garden setting. Five rooms are mini suites with private patios, luxurious king size beds and kitchenette/sitting areas. Homemade granola, frittata, lemon bars, rosemary shortbread cookies are some of our specialties. We are near many of the quaint Comstock dollhouses that make Carmel unique, including the Hansel & Gretel cottages!
We have guests from everywhere! To see where some of our international guests travel from, take a look at our International Guest page! We have also a Photo Album web page with photos taken by our guests of our inn and nearby attractions. If you have stayed with us and would like to share some of your photos, please send them to us! And if you’re looking for a cozy place for a small group or reunion, look no further! And if you’d like to see some of the pictures of our remodel, take a look at our Archives page.
- Wood-burning Fireplaces
- Homemade Breakfast
- Afternoon Wine & Cheese
- Pet Friendly
Originally constructed in 1949 as apartments and named the Rosita Lodge, the Carmel Garden Inn retains the charm of its original design. Under the management of Susan, Julian and Dennis, the focal point of our bed and breakfast remains its gardens and hospitality. Whether the gardens of the five private patio suites, the large open garden with three seating areas, or the gardens around our b and b, all are designed to complement the serenity and charm of Carmel while affording a feeling of privacy and intimacy not usually found.
In the evening, relax in front of the fire in the dining room. Enjoy the wines we pour, the special cheeses and treats we serve. We also keep the cookie jars filled with homemade treats.
Our staff collectively has more than 80 years of experience in the area that we are happy to share with our guests; from wonderful restaurants, local wineries, hiking trails and hidden treasures in the Monterey area.
Three blocks from Ocean Avenue, our bed and breakfast location enables guests to park their cars (seven onsite parking spaces and three Torres Street untimed parking spaces) and walk to all of Carmel’s shops, galleries and restaurants and Carmel Beach.