HISTORY This Craftsman-style home was built in 1911 for Eva & Wilber George. In 1937 the Widow George gave the property to the Victory Mission Sisters who held Catechism classes for all of the Catholic youngsters in New Monterey. In 1972 the convent was sold to a private party who then leased it to several different religious groups for use as a popular retreat over the next nine years. In 1981 Barbara and Jim Allen purchased the home and converted it into a bed and breakfast, one of the first on the Monterey Peninsula. Jim Allen, a former volunteer with the Los Angeles School District, fell in love with the Lewis Carroll tales while working with the children. He brought "Alice's story" to life at Jabberwock Inn. The inn changed hands in 1996, when it was purchased by Joan and John Kiliany. They owned and personally operated the inn until they sold it to the present owners/operators, John Hickey and Dawn Perez in August 2007.
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598 Laine Street
Monterey, CA 93940
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