We are your lodging choice for visiting the Monterey Old Town Historic District!
- The Monterey Old Town Historic District, a National Historic Landmark, includes buildings from the 18th-19th centuries that illustrate the Spanish colonial era of the town, including the Old Customhouse (the only customhouse north of Mexico from 1828-1845), the Thomas Larkin House, 1835, one of the first two story adobes in California, and Casa Alvarado, the home of Juan Bautista Alvarado, the governor of California from 1836 to 1842.
- The district is included in the Monterey State Historical Park which conducts free guided tours. Morning tours begin daily at 10:30am at the Pacific House Museum on Custom House Plaza. Afternoon tours (Saturday and Sunday only) begin at 2:00pm at the Cooper-Molera Adobe, corner of Polk, Alvarado and Munras sts. For more information visit the Monterey website or call 831-649-7118.
- To make a reservation to stay at the Deer Haven Inn during your visit to the Monterey Old Town Historic District, call us at (831) 373-7784 or click here to make an online reservation.