Stay at the Sleeping Bulldog B&B in Seattle, WA

This is Mojo. Mojo is awesome.

This is Korby.

He may lack the same belly-scratching-ooshy-gooshy-wooshy appeal of Mojo, but he’s pretty awesome too.

My girlfriend and I had the pleasure of being guests at Korby and Mojo’s bed and breakfast during a recent visit to the Emerald City. A modern home in the Jackson Place neighbourhood, the Sleeping Dog B&B offers spectacular views of Seattle’s downtown, which is a quick hop, skip and a jump away.

Inside, it’s the little touches that make this three-room inn so appealing. Keurig coffee makers and flat screen TVs in every room. High thread-count sheets on the bed. And best of all? Free popcorn!

Our stay in the New Orleans room (complete with mardi gras masks) was a welcome respite from the couches, campgrounds and cheap motels we’d been staying in on our epic road trip across the US. Perhaps a bit too comfortable, considering how we nearly missed breakfast by sleeping in.

Speaking of breakfast: as an environmentalist, I’m a big fan of eating local whenever I can. And the eggs used in the tasty quiche Korby served up certainly fit the locavore bill.

That’s right! Not only does this B&B have a bulldog, it’s got backyard chickens too, producing fresh eggs every day — just one of several eco-friendly features you’ll find at the Sleeping Bulldog. Love it.

To top it all off, you couldn’t ask for nicer hosts.

So if you find yourself planning a trip to Seattle and are looking for more of a personal touch than you get from a traditional hotel, you can’t miss with the Sleeping Bulldog B&B. Thanks for the hospitality and the awesome stay!

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Josh Martin
Chief Adventure Officer (yes, I made that up)
Josh Martin is the founder and chief blogger at Badge of Awesome. He lives in southwestern Ontario, Canada and is the author of "Misadventure Musings: Lessons learned from life's awesome and absurd moments" and "Going on a Bear Hunt: Five things cancer taught me about overcoming obstacles."

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