Dog Bark Park Inn

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Dog Bark Park Inn Bed & Breakfast
Dog Bark Park, Cottonwood, Idaho.jpg
General information
Location Highway 95
Address Cottonwood, Idaho, United States
Coordinates 46°03′27″N 116°20′40″W / 46.057531°N 116.344491°W / 46.057531; -116.344491Coordinates: 46°03′27″N 116°20′40″W / 46.057531°N 116.344491°W / 46.057531; -116.344491
Opening 2003
Owner Dennis Sullivan and Frances Conklin
Height 30ft
Technical details
Floor count 2
Design and construction
Architect Dennis Sullivan
Developer Dennis Sullivan and Frances Conklin
Other information
Number of rooms 1
Number of suites 1
Parking off street
Website
Official website

The Dog Bark Park Inn is a hotel located in Idaho. The hotel is built in the shape of a beagle, making it a famous landmark in the state. It is colloquially known as Sweet Willy by local residents. The hotel, which is located in north central Idaho, is a two-bedroom B&B which also features dog-themed contents.

History[edit]

Designed and building by Dennis Sullivan & Frances Conklin as the World's Biggest Beagle the bed and breakfast inn opened in August 2003.

Inside the Dog Bark Park Inn
Toby and Sweet Willy Dog Bark Park Inn

Location[edit]

The hotel is located along Highway 95 in Cottonwood in the US State of Idaho.[1]

Facilities[edit]

Dog Bark Park consists of the bed & breakfast inn, a gift shop & visitors center, and the gallery of chainsaw artists, Dennis Sullivan & Frances Conklin. Many breeds of dog carvings are prominently featured.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Where We Are, Directions and Travel Tips". Dog Bark Park Inn. Retrieved 16 January 2016.