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Dog Bark Park Inn :: Cottonwood, Idaho

July 26, 2010 by  
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Although it is known for its tasty potatoes, Idaho is also home to one of the most unique hotels you can find. The Dog Bark Park Inn is a one-of-a-kind bed and breakfast that has been created in the shape of a beagle and is one of the most well known landmarks in the state. This distinctive two-bedroom bed & breakfast and features decorative carvings created by resident chain saw artists Dennis and Frances, the husband and wife team who created and own this creative retreat. Guests enter the beagle through a private second story deck and are greeted by all kinds of chainsaw art dog decorations throughout. The 2nd level of the Dog Bark Park Inn, the head of the dog, features a loft room with additional sleeping space and a cozy alcove in the muzzle. Read more

Cedar Grove Mansion Inn & Restaurant :: Vicksburg, Mississippi

June 13, 2010 by  
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Reserve a Room at The Cedar Grove Mansion Inn & Restaurant in Vicksburg, Mississippi

Built between 1840 and 1852, in the heart of the Victorian Era, the lovely Cedar Grove Mansion Inn & Restaurant on the banks of the Yazoo River is among the premiere bed and breakfasts in the South. Five elegant buildings set among five acres of verdant gardens. The beauty of Cedar Grove, however, tends to belie its sordid past. The original owners, John and Elizabeth Klein, were northern sympathizers during the Civil War; which did not make them social standouts in this Confederate state. In fact, it even served for a time as a Union hospital. Locals began telling tales of the house being cursed for the Klein’s loyalties. Read more

Kokopelli’s Cave Bed & Breakfast :: Farmington, New Mexico

April 3, 2010 by  
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North of Farmington, New Mexico, near the Mesa Verde National Monument sits an incredibly unique bed and breakfast. Kokopelli’s Cave is a luxurious one bedroom cave home that has been carved out of a sandstone formation 280 feet above the La Plata River. This amazing location in the four corners area where New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah meet gives guests views of some of the most exceptional and amazing scenery one can imagine. The cave itself is located 70 feet below the surface with its entrance along the cliff face. Originally created in 1980 for father and son Bruce Black Sr & Jr. as a unique office for their business, it was used as a residence by Bruce Black Jr. and his wife in 1996 for a year before it was turned into a bed and breakfast. Read more

Marrero’s Guest Mansion :: Key West

January 5, 2010 by  
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Only half a block away from world famous Duval Street is the bed and breakfast you’ve been waiting your whole life for. Marrero’s Guest Mansion is a stunningly charming little B & B with over a dozen well appointed and comfortable rooms to choose from. And not only do you get an incredibly gorgeous lodging, but you are in the heart of Old Florida, historic Key West! Built in 1889 by Francisco Marrero (a famous cigar maker of the time) his intent was to create something so beautiful that the love of his life (Enriquetta) could not resist but to marry him. Read more

Viking Inn :: Minnesota

December 28, 2009 by  
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Smack in the middle of Minnesota sits a truly unbelievable bed and breakfast. If the cold Midwestern winters make you think of the fury of the Norse gods, then take shelter at the Viking Inn. Also called the Nordic Inn Medieval Bed and Brew, this fantastic lodge does well to live up to its many names. Located in Crosby, Minnesota, the Viking Inn’s recipe is a little bit history, a little bit fun, a touch of romance, and ta-da; a magic place to relax your cares away. Read more

St. Francis Inn :: St. Augustine, Florida

November 10, 2009 by  
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Located smack in the middle of old St. Augustine’s restored historic district is the romantic get away you’ve always wanted. Enter through the quaint courtyard filled with southern charm, lush greenery, and the sweet smell of jasmine in bloom and you will come to the doorstep of this picturesque Spanish Colonial building. Welcome to the St. Francis Inn. Built in 1791, St. Augustine’s oldest inn has amenities, charm, and perhaps a little something extra for those adventurous enough to stay at this purportedly haunted bed and breakfast. Read more

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