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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Oh My Dogness!

How cute is this? A Beagle-shaped bed & breakfast in Idaho. Yes! It's real and people do stay there overnight. Talk about being in the dog house! hahaha!

I love to stay in bed & breakfasts and I'm always on the lookout for cool places to stay and just relax. Since I'm so dog crazy, I instantly fell in love with this cute little B&B called The Dog Bark Inn and the dog is named "Sweet Willy." I have no intentions of ever setting foot in Idaho - what is the tourist draw anyway? - but this place is surely a sight to see when driving up the road.

Whether you're long in the tooth or still smelling of puppy breath, check out this spot the next time you're in Idaho. It's fun for the whole family.

Hey, I wonder if the tail wags!

Here's more info . . .

From AOL Travel Guide: Beagle-Shaped B&B

Dog-loving families won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind bed-and-breakfast experience in Idaho. The Dog Bark Park Inn is like no B&B you have ever seen; it is in the shape of a beagle. In fact, it is the world’s biggest beagle. It was created by Dennis Sullivan, a self-taught chainsaw artist, who sold his wooden dog carvings on QVC. He and his wife took his QVC earnings to create the ultimate wooden dog on their property.Guests enter the body of the beagle, nicknamed "Sweet Willy' from a private, spacious second story deck. Inside and up another level in the head of the dog are a loft room for additional sleeping accommodations and a cozy reading nook in the dog's muzzle. The beagle sleeps up to four people. And the price is right for almost any family budget, $88 per night, including breakfast, for two people; $8 for each additional person.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What is the tourist draw? I think you answered that question. I am seriously thinking of going.

Where the hell is Idaho anyway? Is that part of the United States or do I need a passport?

Monica & Missy P (PU)

Hey, is that place pet friendly? I signed up for their e-mail newsletter.

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