Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast near Badlands National Park, South Dakota

23950 Recluse Road, Philip, South Dakota 57567
Innkeeper(s): Kenny & Lyndy Ireland
 

Cowboy Carriage House

A short stroll down the walk behind the "Alhambra" reveals its matching "Carriage House".

As an excited family or honeymoon couple open the door, they'll be greeted with a scene from childhood "westerns". Furnished with authentic, vintage western decor, including wagon wheel furniture and spurs once worn by a horse thief as he was hanged. The pine-paneled walls speak of generations of cowboys and cowgirls, along with illustrations unerringly sketched by Vint Williams, family historian and original "cowboy".

The 1930's kitchenette offers all the amenities - refrigerator, microwave, Carriage Housesink and cooking items. Rustic pine stairs lead to a loft above where your queen bed is lit by converted kerosene bracket lamps, spreading their glow under the pine eaves. (Laura Ingalls would have loved this place).

A supremely relaxing soak in your personal clawfoot tub/shower might inspire you to curl up with a book, hike as the blazing sunset shoots the sky with magenta and gold or listen to evening sounds under the cedars as you take in our celestial night show of stars.

  • Private entrance
  • Private bath
  • AC
  • Full breakfast
  • Wireless internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Sleeps up to 4 adults/family of 6
  • $125 double  (June-August, $135 double)  
  • Extras age 15 and under - $15
  • Extras, age 16 and up - $20
  • 2 night minumum during Memorial Weekend, July 4th holiday, Sturgis Rally and Labor Day holiday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Irish Lover's Room

Sunrise comes softly to the "Irish Lover's Room", restful and romantic in soft shades of cream, blue and rose with it's wrought iron bed and lace curtains blowing in the breeze. Hung proudly on the wall, in an antique carved frame, is the marriage certificate of William Leggett and his sweetheart, Alice Goble, wed in 1874, great-great grandparents from whom Lyndy claims her Irish heritage. Enjoy soaking in your private clawfoot tub or having a brisk shower with the convenience of your own adjoining bathroom.

  • Private bath
  • Queen bed
  • AC
  • Full breakfast
  • Wireless internet
  • $110 (June-August $115)

Soak Away Your Stress In Your Claw Foot TubIrish Lover's Room

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Kid Friendly
Weddings

Grace's Room

The sunrise is seen best from "Grace's Room", named for that strong, but loving pioneer great-grandmother who toiled with her family to help build the Triangle Ranch.

It is graced by her oak sleigh bed and dresser, carried west in their wagon. Her only set of furniture, it previously resided in their "sod dugout" and log home. If that old bed could talk, it would tell of the night "Grandpa Baldy's" .45 went off in the dark and all were spared. Nowadays it has a much softer life with a comfy mattress, lofty cherry red quilt and a skirt of white battenburg lace.

  • Private bath with walk-in shower
  • Queen bed
  • AC
  • Full breakfast
  • Wireless internet
  • $110 double (June-August $115)
DVD Player
Eco-Friendly Inns
Fireplace
Historic Inns
Horse Friendly
Internet/Wifi
Kid Friendly
Weddings

Esther's Room

The afternoon sun sets "Esther's Room" aglow, highlighting the dark wood of her spindle bed dressed in white. The sun's warmth is reflected on the beautiful hand-feathered frames displaying generations of family pictures. Esther's school books and favorite novels are at your fingertips. Your adjoining bathroom, papered in French toile to honoring Esther's heritage, will afford you the privacy you require.

  • Queen bed
  • Private bath with walk-in shower
  • AC
  • Full breakfast
  • Wireless internet
  • $89 single, $105 double (June-August $110)
DVD Player
Eco-Friendly Inns
Fireplace
Historic Inns
Horse Friendly
Internet/Wifi
Kid Friendly
Weddings

Mathilda's Room

In the west room the spirit of "Mathilda" lives on in her quilt, crocheted linens and hand-painted china, all created during the long nights while she was "proving up" on her homestead. Awaken to blue sky and songbirds winging from tree to tree. Two steps down the hall your private bath is the original, deluxe, from Sears, Roebuck & Co with clawfoot tub/shower, pedestal sink and built in oak cabinetry.

  • Twin beds (King bed conversion "option" for multiple night stays)
  • Private bath with clawfoot tub/shower
  • AC
  • Full breakfast
  • Wireless internet
  • $105 twins (King bed conversion $110) (June-August $110, King $115)

Mathilda Private BathMathilda Room

DVD Player
Eco-Friendly Inns
Fireplace
Historic Inns
Horse Friendly
Internet/Wifi
Kid Friendly
Weddings

Log Ranch House

On the way down our ranch road to the B & B, nestled under a hill overlooking Bad River, is Lyndy's childhood home. Lovingly built of logs by her parents, Vint & Louisa, it still retains the rustic western charm they infused it with. Air-conditioned, full kitchen and dining/family room area with TV/DVD, two bathrooms with tub/showers, 3 bedrooms and a 3-season sleeping porch, accommodates 2-13 .

 

  • Open May - November.
  • Advance reservations only
  • 2-night minimum at $200 per night for 2-4 guests
  • Additional consecutive nights $150
  • Extras - $15 (15 and under), $20 (16 and up)
  • (Ask about breakfast rates)

     

1 of 3 bedrooms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DVD Player
Eco-Friendly Inns
Historic Inns
Horse Friendly
Kid Friendly
Weddings
  • The Global Soap Project

    Through our Black Hills, Badlands & Lakes Association, Triangle Ranch is reducing waste and saving lives one bar of soap at a time. Our leftover soaps, along with those from many other lodging establishments in this region, are being donated and delivered to The Global Soap Project, www.globalsoap.org, info@globalsoap.org , headquarters in Florida. Global Soap Project reprocesses and distributes the soap to vulnerable populations in developing countries around the world, saving lives and keeping more than 300 tons of used soap from US landfills.

    Click on the logo for more information about the Black Hills, Badlands and Lakes.

  • Rates & Policies

    • GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE! ! !
    • 2-night minimum for Carriage House - Memorial Weekend, July 4th holiday, Sturgis Rally and Labor Day Weekend.
    • Accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover or personal check.
    • Check-in 4 to 8 pm Mountain Time (EARLY CHECK-INS ONLY BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT) Kindly give us a call if you will be later than 8:00.
    • Check out 10:30 a.m. Mountain Time
    • For Discounted Rates see our multiple night Special Packages page.
    • Dinner Rates: $25 (16 and up), $15 (15 and under), preschoolers free.
    • Common Area Amenities:
    • Wireless internet
    • Satellite TV
    • Stereo
    • Games Area
    • Afternoon Snacks
    • Fireplace
    • Extensive Western
    • Historical Library

    Outdoor Amenities:

    • Picnic area/grill
    • Horseshoe pits
    • Children's playground
    • Hiking
    • Campfires upon request

    Deposit Information:

    • A deposit of 50% of total confirms your reservation.
    • Early departures pay the full amount.

    Policies:

    • Cancellations - will refund deposit, less 10% processing, if notified 30 days ahead of reservation date.
    • Open year round, weather permitting
    • Advance reservations recommended
    • Children welcome
    • Smoking restricted to outdoor designated areas
    • No pets
 
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