Explore the beautiful state of South Dakota, including Mt. Rushmore, rolling prairies, Black Hills National Forest and other beautiful attractions while staying at these unique hotels, inns and bed & breakfasts.
1.The Lodge at Deadwood
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The Lodge at Deadwood is not only a hotel, but also a casino that lies just over two miles outside of the Deadwood downtown area. The rooms at the Lodge at Deadwood are modern in style, and some feature private deck areas with scenic views. If you like water sports, then you will enjoy the heated pool complete with water slides, geysers, and unique features such as a pirate ship. As part of the hotel complex, there is a casino floor that has a huge range of gaming choices like slot machines, poker tables, and other games.
100 Pine Crest Lane, Deadwood, SD 57732, Phone: 605-584-4800
2.Summer Creek Inn
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Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the Summer Creek Inn is the perfect choice if you want to stay in a modern lodging that is close to all the major attractions. Opened in 2009, the bed and breakfast is known for being close to Sheridan and Pactola Lakes, and is less than half an hour outside the center of Rapid City. There are both queen and king suites here that feature private patios and hot tubs, and this is an ideal location for anyone who wants to take in the beauty of the Black Hills while still being close to downtown Rapid City.
23204 Summer Creek Drive, Rapid City, SD 57702, Phone: 605-574-4408
© Hisega Lodge
Nestled in the legendary Black Hills of South Dakota, the Hisega Lodge is the place to go if you want to enjoy the gorgeous landscapes in this part of the United States. The Hisega Lodge prides itself on its typical South Dakota hospitality, and you will find it conveniently located next to local attractions such as Mount Rushmore. It has the claim to fame of being the oldest lodge in the Black Hills area, dating from 1908, so if you are looking for a little piece of history, then you will definitely find it here. The lodge is also known for its relaxing atmosphere, and you can expect home comforts such as delicious breakfasts and friendly local staff.
23101 Triangle Trail, Rapid City, SD 57702, Phone: 605-342-8444
4.Amie St Jean Bed & Breakfast
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The Amie St Jéan Bed & Breakfast was built in 1917 by a famous local business in the Deadwood area. The house has had a varied history, and was once the home of Benedictine nuns before being taken over by the current owner, Amie, in 2008. The Amie St Jéan Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located close to the center of town, but is also secluded in nature and perfect for couples looking to get away for the weekend. The suites have cable television and Wi-Fi, and each one is decorated individually in a unique style. Breakfast is provided and includes both sweet and savory treats that are freshly prepared every day.
624 Adams St, Rapid City, SD 57701, Phone: 605-858-0043
5.Dakota Dream Bed & Breakfast
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The Dakota Dream Bed & Breakfast sits on a property that spans 20 acres and is covered in verdant pine forests. The setting here is intimate and secluded, as there are only two guest rooms on this property, both of which have their own private bathrooms. You can spend your time relaxing as you watch the wild turkeys and deer that roam the grounds of the Dakota Dream Bed & Breakfast, as well as enjoying the natural beauty and serenity of the Black Hills. The Dakota Dream Bed & Breakfast is also a horse hotel, and has a barn and paddock to accommodate any equine visitors.
12350 Moss Rock Ln, Custer, SD 57730, Phone: 605-517-2292
6.Emerald Hills Bed and Breakfast
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Anyone looking for a quiet and secluded place to stay in South Dakota should look no farther than the Emerald Hills Bed and Breakfast, which is known for its breathtaking views of the Black Hills. The bed and breakfast sits on the top of a peak and offers scenic vistas overlooking neighboring Harney Peak and the Needles. The lodging is close to all of the major sights in the Black Hills, such as Mount Rushmore, and has unique designer rooms that have king beds and satellite television. Breakfast is included at the lodge and can be enjoyed from your private patio or deck.
6105 Covenant Dr, Rapid City, SD 57702, Phone: 605-787-3743
7.Sweetgrass Inn Bed & Breakfast
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The Sweetgrasss Inn Bed & Breakfast sits in the center of the iconic Black Hills in South Dakota, and is a little over 20 minutes away from all the key landmarks. Conveniently located between areas of interest such as Deadwood and Hot Springs, this is the place to come if you want to get away from it all while still being close to areas of interest. There are multiple choices of breakfast served here every day that you can even take in your room. As there are only eight rooms at the lodging, there is a secluded and relaxing feeling here. Places to Visit in South Dakota
9356 Neck Yoke Rd, Rapid City, SD 57702, Phone: 605-343-5351
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© 1899 Inn
The 1899 Inn dates from the end of the 19th century and used to be the former house of a merchant. Nowadays, the home has been lovingly restored, but you can still see original period features such as delightful stained glass and clapboard designs. There are just three rooms here, giving the house a relaxed feel, and these are decorated in the Victorian style. You will also find whirlpool tubs in every room, as well as heated floors and antique decorative touches. Homemade breakfasts are served here every day in the communal dining room, and there are idyllic decks that offer views over flower gardens on the property.
21 Lincoln Ave, Deadwood, SD 57732, Phone: 864-210-1899
9.Peregrine Pointe Bed and Breakfast
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For anyone looking to get away from it all, the Peregrine Pointe Bed and Breakfast is situated in a 15-acre forest. If you enjoy outdoor pursuits such as bird watching or hiking, all of these are available here, and you can also enjoy stunning views of unspoiled natural wilderness. Despite its secluded location, the Peregrine Pointe Bed and Breakfast is also conveniently located close to all the premium attractions of the Black Hills. This means that you can still discover shopping, dining, and recreational activities in the local area, while also enjoying a calming and relaxing stay at the same time.
23451 Peregrine Point Pl, Rapid City, SD 57702, Phone: 605-348-3987
10.Prairie House Manor Bed & Breakfast
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The Prairie House Manor Bed and Breakfast is located in De Smet in South Dakota, which is famous for its “Little Town on the Prairie” feel. You will find plenty of fresh air and gorgeous open prairies. People come here for the fishing, hiking, and hunting opportunities on offer. De Smet is famous for being the home of famous American author Laura Ingalls Wilder, and the Prairie House Manor Bed and Breakfast dates back to the 1800s, giving you a taste of how things would have been in days gone by in De Smet. A delicious homemade breakfast is served here daily, and you can enjoy period furnishings and antiques in the home.
209 SD-25, De Smet, SD 57231, Phone: 605-854-9131
11.High Prairie Lodge
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Nestled in the picturesque Centennial Valley, you will find a farm that dates back 124 years and serves as the location of High Prairie Lodge. The property is located in the spectacular Northern Black Hills of South Dakota, and is close to Bear Butte Mountain and other famous landmarks like Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore. Breakfast is served here daily, and you can also request a picnic lunch if you want to go out exploring for the day. Hiking, fishing, biking, and boating are all popular activities in the local area. In the evening, you can also enjoy a classic campfire experience on the porch.
11904 Crook City Rd, Whitewood, SD 57793, Phone: 605-578-1222
12.Steever House Bed and Breakfast
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The Steever House Bed and Breakfast sits in the middle of picturesque rolling farmland and is close to breathtaking Sioux Falls in South Dakota. The Steever House Bed and Breakfast is set in a former Queen Anne Victorian home that has been lovingly preserved and restored. You will find a range of suites with period features and decorative antiques, such as the Attic Suite. In addition to this period elegance, there are also plenty of modern touches, such as complimentary Wi-Fi on site. Finally, the town of Lennox is close by if you are in search of shopping or dining options.
46850 276th St, Lennox, SD 57039, Phone: 605-647-5055
13.K Bar S Lodge
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Situated close to iconic sights such as Mount Rushmore and the Keystone 1880 steam train, the K Bar S Lodge sits in the gorgeous Black Hills and is known for its rural beauty. The lodge is set in the middle of a range of hiking trails so that you can enjoy nature at its best, and when you get back to the lodge after a day of hiking you will find stylish and relaxing rooms with all the modern amenities you would expect, such as Wi-Fi and private decks to take in the views. Breakfast is complimentary and is served daily in a unique setting—a glass gazebo located on the property.
434 Old Hill City Rd, Keystone, SD 57751, Phone: 605-666-4545
© Frontier Cabins
If you are looking for a seasonal log cabin complex, then Frontier Cabins is the place to come. Frontier Cabins is less than 10 miles away from Badlands National Park, and if you choose to stay here you will find traditional log cabins that are decorated with pine panels and all-wooden furniture. There are cabins suitable for couples as well as family cabins for larger groups, and you will also find modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, fridges, and televisions. There are private porches attached to the cabins where you can take in the magnificent views, as well as a delicious complimentary breakfast served daily.
1101 Glenn St, Wall, SD 57790, Phone: 888-200-8519
15.Town Hall Inn
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Situated just five minutes away from Deadwood in South Dakota, the Town Hall Inn is a boutique hotel with a historical background. The Town Hall was originally built in 1912 and was in operation until 1938, so if you choose to stay here, know that you are staying in a place steeped in local culture and history. The hotel is also close to Ski Mystic Deer Mountain and Terry Peak, so you are easily able to visit the best of the Black Hills when you are here. Rooms are furnished in period style with decorative antiques, and there is a continental breakfast served here daily.
215 W Main St, Lead, SD 57754, Phone: 605-584-1112
Where to Stay in South Dakota - 15 Beautiful Romantic Getaways
- The Lodge at Deadwood, Photo: The Lodge at Deadwood
- Summer Creek Inn, Photo: Summer Creek Inn
- Hisega Lodge, Photo: Hisega Lodge
- Amie St Jean Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Amie St Jean Bed & Breakfast
- Dakota Dream Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Dakota Dream Bed & Breakfast
- Emerald Hills Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Emerald Hills Bed and Breakfast
- Sweetgrass Inn Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Sweetgrass Inn Bed & Breakfast
- 1899 Inn, Photo: 1899 Inn
- Peregrine Pointe Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Peregrine Pointe Bed and Breakfast
- Prairie House Manor Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Prairie House Manor Bed & Breakfast
- High Prairie Lodge, Photo: High Prairie Lodge
- Steever House Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Steever House Bed and Breakfast
- K Bar S Lodge, Photo: K Bar S Lodge
- Frontier Cabins, Photo: Frontier Cabins
- Town Hall Inn, Photo: Town Hall Inn
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