The safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues is always a top priority. In light of COVID-19, the resort has temporarily suspended normal operations. We are currently accepting reservations for stays after May 16, 2020.
Carmel Valley Ranch
We’re serious about play, but we also know that everyone plays differently. There’s the family that wants room for revelry and reconnection. The couple looking for a quiet, intimate getaway. And the corporate team seeking privacy in order to focus and create. Our 500-acre playground has room for everyone, with distinctive family areas and pools, secluded romantic spots, and flexible meeting spaces. The Ranch is for the kids at heart, the kids themselves, and those who just need to get a little work done before finding their inner kid, too.
All Local. All Artisan. All For You.
Introducing The Market & Creamery at Carmel Valley Ranch -- a space to gather, discover, and taste the bounty of the surrounding landscape.
Remember the fun of making forts with your mates? The rush from your highest swing ever? Or the sense of awe at your first glimpse of a shooting star? Perhaps reigniting these feelings is our ticket home. Come to The Ranch and play yourself young.
Take time out from your boundless pursuits to unwind, relax and revive your spirit. Borrowing on the Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation word for “eternal blossom,” Aiyana takes you that much closer to eternal youth.
Our 18-hole, par-70 course is the only Pete Dye-designed experience in Northern California. You'll marvel at its breathtaking views, bountiful wildlife and just pure joyful, playability. In this case only, stay away from the sandbox (if you get our drift).
Let the experts show you how play is really done. Our Ranch Hands Kids Camp is more than child’s play. It’s a chance for your kids to let their imaginations soar, get down and dirty in the great outdoors, and hang with the other playsters. Let the kids
play so you can too.
It’s simple: the desire to get away isn’t just about decompressing (of course, decompressing can be fun too). It’s about having epic new experiences, trying new things and getting back to nature—and each other.