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October 16, 2019 / Anne Erickson / King5 Evening

Lounge in your own lighthouse at Hotel Bellwether in Bellingham

The first thing you see when you arrive at Hotel Bellwether is the Lighthouse Suite.

The second thing you see is the official hotel greeter, a canine concierge. “Her name’s Bella. She's a French Spaniel, her name is Bella, and she has this warm welcoming way about her,” said GM Jim Haupt. Bella lives with him when she’s not welcoming guests.

The personalized - by Bella - pet package that comes complete with doggy bed, bowl and treats is just one of the many things that sets this Bellingham boutique hotel apart.

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