Airbnb has really changed the way that many of us go on vacation. It gives us the opportunity to get away from it all. There is now an additional reason to rejoice, especially if you have a dog with you. You can now stay at a Beagle-shaped Airbnb with your furry friend.
In order to take advantage of these unique accommodations, you will have to travel to Cottonwood, Idaho. The Dog Bark Park Inn Bed & Breakfast opened in 1997 and it lives up to its name as far as being pet-friendly. The two-story home has a wooden deck outside, so guests can enter either on the first or second floor.
Inside of the rental, you will find many dog-inspired art carvings that were handmade by the owners. They just happened to be chainsaw artists, Dennis Sullivan and Frances Conklin. In fact, there are 26 carved dogs on the wooden headboard of the bed!
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When you stay at the Dog Bark Park Inn, you will find dog-shaped cookies on the bed. You will also be able to rest your head on some dog decorated pillows.
The owners of the Beagle are proud of the view that they give their guests, especially at night. You can stand out on the second story deck and stare up at the starry heavens with your little fur buddy.
It’s all about relaxing with the dog while you are staying at the Inn. They have games, puzzles and a large selection of books. The home can be rented for $132 per night and four guests can sleep in the two bedrooms.
You will find plenty to do in the surrounding area, just in case you want to leave the Beagle for a while.
“During the day, take a jet boat tour into nearby Hell’s Canyon, visit a wolf center, learn about the Nez Perce Indian history and culture, go horseback riding, or explore around. Idaho’s famous ‘big dog’ is an unforgettable experience,” the Dog Bark Park website says.
I don’t know about you, but I’m on the next flight to Idaho!
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