The Inn at Spanish Bay is an idyllic retreat located in Pebble Beach California.
We recently had the pleasure of exploring the California coast including the Inn at Spanish Bay! Nestled among majestic Monterey pines and fronted by a golf course that touches some of the most breathtaking coastline in the world. It is a photographer’s paradise. As soon as we turned into the resort, we immediately felt more relaxed! The vegetation was gorgeous and every bloom was competing for my attention as we strolled through the property. This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience, read full disclosure policy.
Featured in Forbes Travel Guide, Travel & Leisure, and Conde Nast Traveler the Inn at Spanish Bay is an awarding winning resort. And I can see why! The outdoor terrace was my favorite part, just look at those views! Down the trail there are hidden coves and sandy beaches. You can watch the waves roll in during the day and relax by the warm fire pits in the evening.
We enjoyed browsing the shops on the seaside boardwalk too. Each had open doors to the fresh sea air. Find more about the Inn at Spanish Bay on Trip Advisor.
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I love the California coast – the surf, wildlife, beautiful buildings and wonderful food. Lovely post
You are spot on Carol!
What a peaceful and lovely place to unwind.
Yes it was, I would go back any day!
The California Coast is simply spectacular. We like to go there for a day trip.
Oh my, lucky you!! I have to travel across too many states to get there.
Lydia C. Lee
The pink flowers really lift the photos
The rolling hills along the coast are dotted is beautiful wildflowers just like those!
Visited California couple years ago and wss taken by its beauty. If younger, I would find all ways to move there. 🙂 With your photos, I could visit again. Thanks. 🙂
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I’m thinking retirement sounds on the California coast or in the mountains sounds good!
I got to California twice and simply loved it – would love to get back once more.
Your photos are gorgeous … I’m following along so I can dream of the sun 🙂
This was my first trip to California and it definitely left a mark on my heart.
Looks like a beautiful getaway, Kristy!