South Dakota March 25, 2016
These 6 Unique Places To Stay In South Dakota Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
There are so many incredible things to see and do in South Dakota. With all those adventures to embark on, you are going to need to book some hotels and cabins along the way. These unique places to stay in South Dakota will only add to your experience.
1. Badlands 1880 Homestead
For the experience of a lifetime, plan a trip to this rural, rustic getaway. With no electricity, this homestead is truly the real deal. Bring out your significant other for some quality time away from it all.
3. Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast
This little bed & breakfast in the middle of nowhere should be on your must-visit list. For a truly unique stay, come out to Triangle Ranch and spend some time under the stars. The views out here are unlike anywhere else. Be sure to stick around for a breakfast that is even better than mom's home cooking (but don't tell mom).
3. The 1899 Inn
This Deadwood bed and breakfast is charming, quaint and totally unique. It's located close to all there is to see and do in downtown Deadwood, making it the perfect spot to stay.
4. The Hotel Alex Johnson
Staying at the Hotel Alex Johnson is an experience above and beyond what you would ever expect to find in South Dakota. With a stunning hotel that some say is haunted and a rooftop bar and lounge, we can't imagine a more unique place for your summer getaway.
5. Steever House B&B
In the middle of beautiful farmland, outside of Lennox, this adorable B&B sits awaiting your visit. This Victorian home offers a peaceful getaway with all of life's modern amenities including wireless internet. Sleep in and have breakfast here. You will not be disappointed. You can even rent out the entire top floor!
6. Martin Mason Hotel
Take a step into history when you stay at the Martin Mason Hotel in Deadwood. This place is furnished with antique decor and celebrates the history of the Deadwood area. Recently, part of the reality television show The Bachelor was filmed at this hotel.
We have a good list started but we would love to hear what is on your list. What’s your favorite unique place to stay in South Dakota?