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Worlds Biggest Beagle Bed and BreakfastB&B Summary

Being in the doghouse is a good thing at Dog Bark Park Inn Bed & Breakfast! Sleep inside the world’s biggest beagle with all the comforts of home. This bed & breakfast is a dog outside. Inside, it is a charming escape from the ordinary – from the twenty-six carved dogs on the queen headboard to a cozy loft room in the dog’s head, to dog-shaped cookies on the pillow. Breakfast includes home-baked pastries, Prairie’s Best Fruited Granola, fruit, cheeses, yogurts, bagels, and more!

Enjoy prairie views and starry nights from the second story deck. Play a game with your partner or the kids; snuggle up with a book from the inn’s extensive collection of reading materials, games and puzzles. During the day, take a jet boat tour into nearby Hell’s Canyon, visit a wolf center, learn about the Nez Perce Indian history & culture, go horseback riding, or explore around. Idaho’s famous ‘big dog’ is an unforgettable experience.

 

Who’s Written/Talked About Us

  • USA Today 2009
  • Reader’s Digest Best of America 2009
  • ThisOldHouse.com 20009
  • DK Travel 2009

Lodging in Cottonwood Idaho

Since opening Dog Bark Park in 1997 we’ve enjoyed extensive media exposure; the story of our big dogs translates well, we think, through different languages, cultures & interests! Here’s a sampling from our “brag list”:

 

 

 

 

 

CNN.com

AOL.com

HGTV – Offbeat America

NW Backroads with Grant Goodeve “The Ultimate Dog House”

Chicago Sun Times -HGTV

The Week Magazine

Reader’s Digest – Latino edition “A traveler’s best friend”

London Times -USA Today

LA Times

San Francisco Examiner

USA Today

Rachael Ray Show

Via AAA Magazine

Saab Owners Magazine

Nick Jr. Magazine

Country Woman Magazine

PeterGuttman.com – 10 Most Quirky Overnights in the US

UnusualHotelsOfTheWorld.com

Rand McNally Family Adventure Guide/Atlas

Ramble, A Field Guide to the USA by Eric Petersen

Buildings in Disguise by Joan Marie Arbogast

“Playin’ Jenga with my Dad; Doin’ a puzzle together; Sleepin’ in a dog’s head. Nothin’ could be better.” – Mary M. Seattle