The Gatehouse Inn

Three Star Property

The Gatehouse InnThe Gatehouse Inn, a charming restored Italiante Victorian, began life in 1884 as the summer residence for Benjamin J. Langford, a California state senator.

The Gatehouse InnNow it is one of the premier bed and breakfast inns of the Monterey Peninsula. Off the beaten path and with breathtaking views of the Monterey Bay, the Gatehouse Inn is the perfect haven for your next getaway.
A Place for Discovery

The Gatehouse InnThe Gatehouse Inn is ideally located for exploring the Monterey Peninsula. You will be located just three blocks from the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Imagine yourself strolling along the path overlooking the beautiful Pacific coastline. Walk further along the path past Cannery Row to the historical Fisherman’s Wharf in the heart of the Heritage Harbor area of Monterey. Take a whale watching tour, go fishing, kayak or shop. Bicycle along the coast and watch the seals, sea lions and otters frolic. Or take a short drive to Carmel with its fabulous shops and galleries and wind your way back along the 17 Mile Drive. Stroll through downtown Pacific Grove to see the Monarch Butterflies flutter from flower to flower.

A Place to Rest
Enjoy hors d’oervures while you mingle with other guests or simply soak in the ocean view from the outdoor patio. Afternoon tea is served daily from 4:00 to 6:00pm.

Art Lovers’ Heaven
In addition to being a retreat from the ordinary, the Gatehouse Inn is also a world-class art gallery, featuring the works of Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light, in every room. All works are available for purchase, making the Gatehouse Inn a paradise for collectors of fine art.

Pet Friendly

When you want to visit the coast but don’t want to leave your pet behind, call us. We have two rooms that accommodate pets (Captain’s and Italian). The pet must be under 50 pounds and well-behaved (no barking at night, etc.)

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