This holiday combines your passion for luxury food and travel. Join your host chef Wendy Brodie at the shores of California and prepare a luxury culinary experience of a lifetime. During this holiday, you will experience personalized cooking classes with Wendy, enjoy wine tasting from select wineries, and savor culinary luxury. Take this hands-on culinary experience and make this a truly memorable and inviting opportunity!
During this holiday, you will stay in a shared room at the Tickle Pink Inn. With gracious elegance and 35 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites, the Tickle Pink Inn has a name to remember and a view you will never forget.
Enjoy the finest in Carmel lodging with ocean view guest rooms and suites, offering stylish décor and elegant European furnishings. Luxurious hotel amenities and services abound, including plush terrycloth robes, slippers, freshly ground in-room coffee service, a flat-screen television with digital video disc player, library, daily newspaper delivery, and deluxe continental breakfast featuring gourmet coffee, fresh-squeezed juices, egg dishes, and homemade pastries.
From the minute Executive Chef Wendy Brodie, HAAC, and husband Bob Bussinger CHA welcome you into their breath-takingly beautiful home overlooking the vast Pacific Ocean, you will know this luxury culinary experience will be like no other. The home this beautiful couple built from the ground up, becomes an appetizer for what is to follow.
Prior to your arrival, you will discuss the dinner menu with chef Wendy. All you need to bring is your appetite. Together you and chef Wendy will prepare the luxury culinary experience of a lifetime. During this holiday, you will experience personalized cooking classes with Wendy and enjoy wine tasting from select wineries.
This holiday will take place at the Tickle Pink Inn at Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, USA. The Tickle Pink Inn is located on the East side of Highway One and the Pacific Ocean is on the West side of the highway.
For many decades, Carmel-by-the-Sea has been the inspiration for artists, sparked romances, and attracted celebrities. Quaint Hansel and Gretel cottages, streets curved around trees, quaint shops, art galleries and inviting restaurants in this cozy seaside village await your exploration. The town’s charming eateries feature a full range of international, regional, and local cuisines, all benefiting from their proximity to the bounties provided by the Monterey Bay and the Salinas Valley. Tickle Pink Inn overlooks the famous Big Sur Coastline.
During this holiday, you will enjoy a daily gourmet breakfast, a nightly wine and cheese reception, plus a bottle of champagne upon arrival.
Point Lobos State Reserve is popular with artists and tourists alike for its astounding beauty. Point Lobos has great hiking, birding, and diving, ideal picnic spots, breathtaking vistas, and scenic wildlife. In the winter, migrating gray whales are visible from the shore.
This legendary scenic drive around the Monterey Peninsula will introduce you to the wonders California’s native wildlife and colorful wildflowers. You’ll view the Del Monte Forest, the Lone Cypress, Seal Rock and Bird Rock, Fanshell Beach, Point Joe, and the renowned fairways of The Links at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill, and Pebble Beach Golf Links. To access the 17-Mile Drive, enter Pebble Beach from the Highway One or Carmel Gate.
One of Big Sur’s most popular attractions, Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park offers inspiring landscapes of waterfalls, redwood groves, lush forests, and open meadows. Spend some time on one of the Big Sur hiking trails as they wind through oaks, conifers, sycamores, willows, and abundant wildlife.
With its 80-foot waterfall, redwood groves, and ideal spots for whale watching, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is a favorite of hikers and campers. The park is also popular with scuba divers.
The Carmel Wine Walk by-the-Sea is a self-paced, self-guided stroll to the tasting rooms which are all within a few blocks of each other on the both sides of Ocean Avenue.
The Golden Bough Playhouse, built on the site of the historic Arts and Crafts Clubhouse, is home to the Pacific Repertory Theater. PacRep and several other theatrical companies also perform at the Forest Theater, which celebrated its 100th birthday in 2010.
At the world-renowned aquarium, you can enjoy nearly 200 galleries and exhibits devoted to the diverse habitats of Monterey Bay. The four largest exhibits are the Outer Bay, the Kelp Forest, Monterey Bay Habitats, and Sea Otters along the Rocky Coast. One of the world’s largest jellyfish galleries is a visitor favorite.
Please book your flight to arrive at Monterey Regional Airport (MRY).
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