About This Listing
Stay in a giant dog! That's right, it's a beagle-shaped one-unit inn where being in this doghouse is a GOOD thing and comfortable to boot!
Located at the edge of Cottonwood in rural Idaho, expansive views of prairie grain fields and surrounding mountains are specatcular at any time of year. From the second story deck on clear nights the starry sky garden is equally impressive.
The famed Hells Canyon Gorge of the Snake River is nearby inviting visitors to explore it via jet boat tours spring through fall. Or explore Nez Perce native history and culture at interpretive sites and towns nearby.
Browse the adjacent Dog Bark Park visitor center, gift shop and artist studio where owners Dennis & Frances fashion canine carvings by chainsaw.
Responsible dogs who arrive with their well-behaved humans are welcome to stay with advance reservations for canines and humans. $15 additional per dog applies.
Smoking only permitted outdoors.
Check-In: 3:30-5:30 pm Pacific Time.
(Later arrivals can be accommodated with advance notice.)
Check-Out: 12 noon
Frances and Dennis were beyond welcoming and accommodating. They helped point us in the right direction for fishing and hiking and made sure we were well nourished with lots of homemade pastries and granola. I would recommend the beagle (Sweet Willy) to anybody!
Thanks so much again!
Frances was wonderful to deal with. She was very timely with communication and helped us with recommendations for where to eat and go horseback riding. Our daughter and her best friend loved staying here. The corn hole game outside was an unexpected bonus and gave us something fun to do with the girls.
The Botsko family were excellent guests & we would welcome their return visit. We strive to exceed expectations in every way while also preserving our Dog Bark Park as a unique, safe & memorable place to experience. We're all about more than a night's sleep.
The Dog Bark Park Inn was a great experience! Aside from the joy of staying in a giant beagle, the room was clean well kept and very comfortable. There were so many baked goodies, cookies, homemade granola (that was super delicious) eggs, coffee, and plenty of other treats. We were able to watch a few fireworks from the patio and enjoyed seeing the fields of wheat and canola.
The park is right off the highway, but at night there was hardly any traffic. The place is definitely a whimsical and worthwhile adventure. Frances and Dennis were friendly, available and very easy to deal with. I definitely suggest stopping by Sweet Willie for anyone who's in the area, or for any dog lover who wants a quirky and fun getaway.
Did not stay here ... Still have yet to receive our money from AirB&B :( 3 weeks later
Staying at the Dog Bark Park was fantastic. Frances and Dennis are wonderful hosts, and it was a pleasure talking to them. Dennis makes wooden dogs with his chainsaw in the little store next to the dog house. I cannot wait to receive the poodle i ordered.
The dog house is surrounded by wheat fields in every direction. I never saw so much wheat in my life. Staying in the dog house is a unique experience and surely worth going all the way to Idaho. The fridge in the house was stuffed with goodies, and there were little dog shaped cookies waiting for me on the bed. If you have kids they will love sleeping in the dog's head.
What can i say, i loved every moment i spent there.