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Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of South Dakota represents the finest Bed and Breakfasts and Inns within South Dakota. When you choose one of our over 50 member Inns or Bed and Breakfasts, whether it be a historic property, a contemporary home, a working cattle ranch, a unique log home or a secluded, romantic hideaway, you will receive exemplary hospitality and memorable breakfasts to start your day. If you plan to visit Mt. Rushmore in the Black Hills, the Missouri River, the Great Plains or the Falls of Sioux Falls, include a stay at one of our member B&Bs or Inns. Providing a comfortable and memorable stay in a home-like atmosphere is our “only business”.
Consider an extra 2 or 3 nights to get “A Real Taste of South Dakota.”
The purpose of this Association is to set and maintain high standards or quality, guest safety, and professionalism in the organization and to ensure a quality lodging experience for guests staying in BBISD Inns. It is also our goal to provide educational resources to increase member knowledge of the industry, to share ideas and to actively communicate with other BBISD members in relation to the Bed and Breakfast Industry. We support the membership through collective action with state and local regulatory agencies. We promote and exchange marketing and promotional ideas among members to encourage an active interest and participation, understanding and goodwill toward Bed & Breakfast Inns.
Black Hills and Badlands
The legendary Black Hills of South Dakota, an oasis of pine-clad mountains on the Great Plains. The mountains and forests of the Black Hills include a treasury of six national parks. 101 miles of National Scenic Byways. Waterfalls. Watchable wildlife. Acclaimed recreational trails. Trout fishing, Old West landmarks like Deadwoodshopping and Wounded Knee. Seventy fun-filled attractions for boys and girls, parents and grandparents. Gaming, spas, golf, fine arts and, too. Badlands National Park is famous for its deep gorges and sharp lunar-like spires. The Crazy Horse Memorial is being carved forever into the Black Hills granite. It's still a secret that the second-longest cave in the world, Jewel Cave, is in the Black Hills. The region enjoys unmatched brand of Old West history, with legendary names like Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Red Cloud, General George A. Custer, Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Jim Bridger and Jedediah Smith.
Click on any of the Black Hills, Badlands & Lakes BBISD members listed below for a description and contact information (many also have color pictures).
Wakpamni Bed and Breakfast
Larry and Betty Swick
Enjoy historic sites, open visitas and Oglala Lakota culture. Contemporary home on a wheat farm. Horseback riding and Lakota guide available. Tipis, hot tub and gift shop featuring Lakota arts and crafts. Recommended by "Travel Holiday" and Arthur Frommer's "Budget travel" and "Country Living" magazines. Open all year. Two Tipi's also available.
Ivan's Bed and Breakfast
Enjoy your own B & B, catering breakfast and dinner for up to 4 people. Private lower level with a 250 channel TV. Private backyard with a beautiful firepit for your evenings. Families with kids are welcomed to have fun. Private guided fishing trips are also available. Prices are $150.00 per room per night or a family rate up to four people for $225.00 per night.
Custer Mansion Bed and Breakfast
Bob and Pat Meakim
1891 Gothic Victorian home on National Historic Register. Centrally located. One suite with whirlpool tub. Outdoor hot tub for all guests. Near shopping and dining. Recommended/Mobil Travel Guide. Open all year. Visa/MC
Black Hills Hideaway Bed and Breakfast
Ned and Kathy Bode
Secluded, romantic, full-service inn. Luxury hot tub and whirlpool rooms with decks and forest and mountain views. Fireplaces. Ideal for romance, honeymoons, reunions. Recommended by Fodor's Travel. Open all year. Snacks in addition to the full breakfast.
Legends Suites Bed and Breakfast
Wes and Nancy Nelson
One mile east of historic Deadwood. Four romantic, themed suites each depicting a "legend" of Deadwood (Lakota, Aces & 8's, Oriental, and Bordello Rose). Relax in your private hot tub or whirlpool and snuggle by a log stove or fireplace. Quiet and private.
Strawberry Bed and Breakfast
Cathy Collins and Michael Holbert
Three miles south of Deadwood on Hwy. 385. Four cozy cottages nestled in the woods with individual bathrooms, private entrance, hot tubs. Close to all seasonal activities. Open all year.
White Tail Ridge Bed and Breakfast
Darcy Bracken and John Marxen
White Tail Ridge B & B is the home of happy memories, good food, and wonderful conversations, accompanied by our no-worries philosophy. We welcome you to relax in our quiet, specious log home on 6 hilly acres where you will always see a doe, buck, or a rafter of wild turkeys. Nestled in the foothills of the sacred Black Hills, White Tail Ridge is your home base while exploring the beautiful Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota.
Coyote Blues Village Bed and Breakfast
Christine and Hans Peter Streich
A touch of Europe in the heart of the Black Hills. Secluded, yet centrally located with a beautiful view, 12 miles N of Hill City, one mile off Hwy 385. 10 themed rooms, 6 with private patios and 4 hot tubs, 4 smaller rooms. Swiss "no need for lunch" breakfast.
Double Diamond Ranch Bed and Breakfast
Rich and LeeAnn Jensen
The Double Diamond Ranch is a beautiful horse ranch just 4 miles north of Hill City and close to Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, and the many attractions and lakes in the area. Our accommodations have private entrances, decks, leather furniture, fireplaces, hot tubs, air conditioning, satellite TV, full and partial kitchens, and beautiful views. New cabin and awesome suites. CC-VISA/MC Open all year.
Emerald Pines Refuge Bed and Breakast
Al and Marilyn Sommer
Beautiful,unique log home built with local Ponderosa Pine. Quiet and secluded. 2 rooms (possible 3rd) all with private baths. Private sitting areas with satellite TV and phone. Open April to October. Relax. Enjoy the Awesome View from the deck. Seven acres to roam. Queen-sized beds and much more.
Holly House Bed and Breakfast
Dawna and Dave Kruse
Historic Inn built in 1894 used to sit in the middle of Sheridan Lake when Sheridan Lake was a town. In 1944 it was moved by a tractor down highway 385 to its current spot. In 1994 it was gutted and redone and added a great room and a suite upstairs. In 2004 Dawna and Dave bought it and added two more bathrooms and opened up the Holly House Bed and Breakfast. Located just 2 miles north of Hill City in a beautiful setting by the stream, the historic home has 5 themed rooms and a house-keeping cabin in the back yard. Jacuzzis in most rooms, satellite TV. Family reunions or honeymoon getaway. Enjoy sitting out on the deck or down by the stream. Open all year.
Mountains to Prairies Bed and Breakfast
Sam and Linda Brown
Mountains To Prairies Bed and Breakfast is in Hill City, central Black Hills, near many major attractions, including Mount Rushmore, Needles Highway, Custer State Park, caves, mountain lakes and pine-scented forest wilderness. Three comfortable suites are available. Bluma Madle has an airjet tub and log accents, with a log loft "bear den" for kid campers. Chessie Lee's Peas is pine-wrapped, with a loft and sleeps up to five, bay-view pellet stove, love seat, personal entrance. Prairie Homestead is cabin-style with a light-cooking kitchenette and sleeps three, love seat, personal entrance. All Suites have queen pillowtop beds, satellite HD TV/DVD/VCR, wireless internet, refrigerator, microwave, AC, cove heat, smoke/pet free. Children are welcome. Walk to historic downtown, Mickelson Trail, 1880 Train. In-house we have Smiling Bear Antiques Shop and Espresso Bar. Make M2P your venturing off point, and your relaxing place. Discounts are available for lingering longer. Please visit our website.
Anise's BnB4PETS Bed and Breakfast
Specializing in Pet Friendly Accommodations. Relax, roam or romp with your pet in the tranquil beauty of Anise's BnB4Pets, specializing in spacious suites for people traveling with pets. Located on 15 acres in the heart of the Black Hills, this secluded, wooded property with gorgeous views is just a few short blocks away from the day spas, galleries and shopping in historic downtown Hot Springs. The 3-story house has an unobstructed view of Hot Springs and a wrap-around deck where you can enjoy a full breakfast with a view of wildlife and the Hills.
Circle View Guest Ranch Bed and Breakfast
Amy and Phil Kruse
Stay with friends high atop our Badlands butte and get the best view in South Dakota! You will find true hospitalty on our family cattle ranch that borders Badlands National Park and Pine Ridge Reservation. Explore the park, feed the Badlands burros, hike to our original 1880 homestead cabin, or hunt for a Fairburn agate. We have 8 guest rooms in the main house and 2 new, modern cabins available for our guests. Open all year.
Buffalo Rock Lodge Bed and Breakfast
Art and Marilyn Oakes
Log lodge, massive stone fireplace, family-sized rooms, spa tubs, air conditioned. Dine on award winning deck with view of Mt. Rushmore. In the country, close to everything, off-season rates, desserts. Multi-night discounts.
Anchorage Bed and Breakfast
Jim and Lin Gogolin
Relax in four nautically themed King or Queen rooms with private baths, in-room fireplaces, satellite TV's, most with AC. Hot tubs under the stars, specialty meals, wheelchair accessible. Ask about our Chart House for family groups. Discounts for seniors, military, returning guests & multiple night stays.
Normarke Farm Bed and Breakfast
Diane Van Patten
Scandinavian hospitality in this log home set on 87 forested acres. Just 20 minutes from Historic Deadwood. Five themed rooms with private baths, TV/DVD. Guest kitchen and laundry. 80 feet of deck. Fishing and hiking on site. Paved road.
Southfork Ranch Bed and Breakfast
Bart and Marcy Ramsay
Private log cabins on a fourth generation cattle ranch. Rustic but with all amenities. Relax in our new lodge, enjoy the scenic view, wildlife, or quiet times around the fire pit.
Triangle Ranch Bed and Breakfast
Kenny and Lyndy Ireland
Near the Badlands on I-90, historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. mission-revival home on century cattle ranch. Four private light-filled guest rooms and Carriage House - private baths, AC. Additional 3 bedroom Log Ranch House. Peaceful mornings - elegant breakfasts - glorious sunsets - campfires. Featured - Midwest Living, American Cowboy and Country Magazine - RFDTV.
Berglund Bed and Breakfast
Ideally located between town and country. 5 minutes south of downtown Rapid City and 20 minutes from Mt. Rushmore. Fabulous view (see Washington's profile on Mt. Rushmore from our deck), wildlife, comfortable accommodations. Ideal for families, groups and international travelers. Weekly rates, open all year.
Black Forest Inn Bed and Breakfast
Isaac and Cindy Hassoun
Tranquil setting in the pines in the heart of the Black Hills. Scrumptious breakfasts. Suites with private hot tubs or 2 person whirlpools. "Where you're treated as a guest, but feel at home." Evening meals by reservation. Open all year.
Hisega Lodge Bed and Breakfast
Historic, rustic, comfortable, unique. Secluded yet centrally located. Gourmet breakfasts, gracious public spaces, cozy rooms. Listen to the music of the creek, hike , fish, relax and enjoy this beautiful retreat. Open all year.
Summer Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast
Daniel and Nancy Evangelisto
Enjoy the elegant setting of Summer Creek Inn whether it's a wedding, rehearsal dinner, family reunion, special occasion or that perfect vacation. Summer Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast is centrally located in the heart of the Black Hills surrounded by National Forest. A balcony off of the conference room or a covered patio is available for socializing and relaxing with a froxty beer or a glass of wine from the wine bar located adjacent to the dining room. Gas fireplaces are in most rooms, whirlpool that fill from the ceiling and body spray showers set the mood for a very romantic retreat expecially in the winter months. Experience an extra special stay for any occasion by adding a romantic package or requesting a prearranged dinner. Corporate groups are welcome and will find the conference room complete with WiFi and LCD projector and 120' screen.
Sweetgrass Inn Bed and Breakfast
Shari Rose and Lee Havorka
Your wonderful memories of the Black Hills should also include where you stay. Let your Sweetgrass experience be part of those memories. Enjoy the beautifully appointed rooms and a variety of amenities to make you feel at home. There are 8 rooms to choose from and offer flatscreen TV/DVD combos, coffee/tea trays, your own AC/heat controls, WiFi and some rooms have jetted spa tubs. Our location is the perfect base when exploring this area, we are within 1 - 55 minutes of all the major attractions in the Black Hills. We're south of Rapid City by 6 miles in a little valley as you head towards Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Listen to the birds and watch the rabbits as you enjoy breakfast on the porch. Breakfast is served over the course of a few hours and I will prepare one of several hot breakfast choices for you as you relax and enjoy the goodies on the porch. Make your stay even more special by adding a romantic package or take advantage of our popular dinner/snack tray delivered to your room - a favorite of those arriving late or just wanting to relax and watch TV after a long day of sightseeing. We are also within walking distance of the local neighborhood grill/bar.
Vixies Victorian Villa Bed and Breakfast
Dennis and Vixie Miller
Nestled in the pines of the Black Hills and known as "An oasis of rest" where you will experience old-fashioned hospitality and simple pleasures of a country style breakfast. An experience to remember either as your vacation headquarters or a romantic get-way.
Peregrine Pointe Bed and Breakfast
Eileen Rossow & Warren Meyer
Peregrine Pointe Bed abd Breakfast is a contemporary get-away for those looking for simple relaxation and quiet pleasures. The lodge is located in the middle of 15 acres of pristine forest which is available to all guests for hiking, bird watching, or just enjoying the peaceful wildness of the area. It is centrally located all forms of Black Hills recreational activities, touring, and shopping. Secluded, quiet, convenient with great views and comfortable accommodations. All five rooms have jetted spa tubs, queen-sized beds, and private decks. The lodge is decorated with unpretentious mission furnishings which invite you to leave all cares at the gate, put your feet up, and relax.
Canyonside Bed and Breakfast
Contemporary home with a beautiful view, family atmosphere, great conversation, personalized attention. Outdoor hot tub, full American style breakfasts. Located near a variety of local tourist sites. Winter and summer outdoor sports, too!
Sand Creek Bed and Breakfast
Newly remodeled country home on 40 acres. Enjoy our wrap-around porch, patio, and upstairs deck. Located 6 miles west of Spearfish. Upstairs guest rooms featuring down comforters provide plenty of privacy and relaxation. Tent and camper space available for larger groups. Great place for family reunions. Open all year.
Secret Garden Bed and Breakfast
Beverly Delon and Rochelle Lutz
Historic 1892 brick Victorian home. Cozy fireplace. Surrounded by beautiful gardens. Weddings and family reunions are welcome. Close to Mt. Rushmore and skiing. Tube or fish in Spearfish Creek, just behind the house.
High Prairie Lodge Bed and Breakfast
1890 historical stone farmhouse. Appetizers, full breakfast, dessert, hot tub for relaxing. Seven miles to Deadwood, Spearfish and Sturgis. Cooking classes. Cozy relaxing. View the wildlife.
Centrally covering the state all along the Missouri River, member bed and breakfasts are located in the towns of Chamberlain, Geddes, Gregory, and Pierre.
Discover the gentle rolling hills in eastern South Dakota giving way to rugged Missouri River breaks. Lewis & Clark made their historic trail along the Missouri River which is now gathered into four huge lakes, making this region a wonderful outdoorsman’s playground. See the curve of the River as it winds through the bluffs and prairie hills, cast your line for a trophy walleye, have a day of fun at local powwows, rodeos or festivals in the tiny frontier towns. Unwind in a comfortable B&B after a day of travel across these high plains and prairies.
Click on any of the Great Lakes BBISD members listed below for a description and contact information (many also have color pictures).
Eagle's View Bed and Breakfast
Jim and Linda Steele
Built with a view of Oahe Dam & Missouri River system and views of nature. Contemporary with spacious rooms that are very comfortable. Private baths, dressing areas and sitting areas in each room. 1/2 mile past the Verendrye Monument. New large four season's room for meetings and parties. Open all year.
The Barn Bed and Breakfast
Sleep in the hayloft! 1924 horse and dairy barn. Four rooms with private baths, feature unique decor of the 1900's and private entrance into a large lounge area. A petting farm near the Lewis & Clark trail and Missouri River. Open all year.
Salt Camp Cabins and Bed and Breakfast
Charlie and J.J. Moe
Discover and explore South Dakota's best kept secrets: Salt Camp Cabins and Bed and Breakfast and Crazy Horse Canyon on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation. Stay in a private cabin or guest room at the main lodge. Learn the true meaning of western hospitality while enjoying everything the Rosebud has to offer. Abundant wildlife right outside your door, Lakota (Sioux) cultural events, historic cemetery tours, and a unique landscape you wouldn't imagine to be South Dakota. Visit Purple Sage Quilts and Crafts gift shop at the main lodge for local and South Dakota made gifts. We offer historic tours, furnished cabins, tipis, and Bed and Breakfast at the main house; hiking, ATV trails, pow-wows and more. Come enjoy Rosebud hospitality and endless hours of fun. Open all year.
Southeast South Dakota
Covering the southeast corner of the state, member bed and breakfasts are located in the towns of Madison, Sioux Falls and Yankton.
In this region many historical small towns offer interesting local cover along the prairie roads. Two main thoroughfares, I-29 and I-90, enter South Dakota through this region. Tour the cascading water falls in the state’s largest city, Sioux Falls; scenic Dells and quartzite quarries, or Lewis & Clark Lake offering great walleye fishing and other watersports. Mitchell’s Corn Palace is another point of interest.
Click on any of the Southeast BBISD members listed below for a description and contact information (many also have color pictures).
der Rumbolz Platz Bed and Breakfast
Ila and Bill Rumbolz
Century home and working family farm. We have horses, cows and calves, chickens, ducks, fish pond, turtle garden. There is a horse camp and hunting is available. RV hook up is available. Our home is just 15 minutes off I-90 at Mitchell. Near Cabela's, Corn Palace, museums, and antique shops. Entire house is available for reunions or groups and can accommodate 15 - 18 people for lodging.
Talk of the Town Bed and Breakfast
Mary Beth and Dan Sutton
The comforts of a "home away from home" in our 1904 Arts and crafts home. Near the reservation, just off I-29, easy drive to Sioux Falls. Great get-away, without the miles. Open all year.
The Steever House Bed and Breakfast
John and Sara Steever
Restored 1910 Victorian with antiques in a peaceful rural setting. 10 miles south of Sioux Falls (N.E. of Lennox) Three queen rooms with private baths, tvs. One King suite with private bath whirlpool tub, fireplace and sitting area. Gourmet breakfast included
Clark's Prairie Gold Bed and Breakfast
Contemporary home in a quiet rural setting. Twenty minutes to Mitchell, Corn Palace and Dakota Wesleyan University. Fireplaces. Ideal for romance, reunions. weary business travelers and hunters.
Flavia's Place Bed and Breakfast
City of Mitchell home beautification award winner. The two story Italian Bracket 1889 vintage home has been completely renovated. It has a large meeting room, two dining rooms, and classrooms/meeting rooms in a new full basement. The gourmet breakfast is designed for individual tastes and needs of guests. Special packages on request. Open all year.
River Road Bed and Breakfast
John and Joyce Metz
A secluded rustic log home overlooking the James River. Relax on the wrap around porch and enjoy beautiful sunrises and real countryside beauty. Located 3 1/2 miles east of Mitchell. Close to the Corn Palace, Cabela's, restaurants.
The Victorian Bed and Breakfast
Beautiful Queen Anne home built in 1888 with a wrap around porch, three deluxe bedrooms. Each bedroom has its own bath, refrigerator and tv. The rooms are restored to reflect the period. Located in Sioux Falls in the hospital district. Walk to downtown, the falls, and parks. The Victorian is also located next to Pettigrew home and museum. To be sure we can accommodate you, reservations are suggested. We discount rates for rent of the entire house. Open all year.
Lincoln House Bed and Breakfast
Charlotte and James Brown
Newly renovated 1915 Brick Hotel listed on National & State Register of Historic Places, authentic antiques, small country town offering a lifestyle of yesteryear with modern accommodations, abundant pheasant hunting. Open all year.
Cogan House Bed and Breakfast
Greg, Diana, and Grant McCann
Built in 2009, log cabin style lodge on Lewis and Clark Trail with panoramic view of the lake. Full deck, kitchen, internet and fax. Available nearby are abundant historical sites, wild life viewing, hunting and fishing, water sports, golf and an ATV trail. Open all year.
Valiant Vineyard Bed and Breakfast
Sherry and Eldon Nygaard
South Dakota's first winery, overlooking the Vermillion and Missouri Rivers. Five luxurious rooms with Jacuzzi tubs. Our of town, but not too far out of town. Home of the University of SD.
Glacial Lakes & Prairies
In the northeast area of the state, member bed and breakfasts are located in the towns of Aberdeen, DeSmet, Huron and Lake Norden.
Discover the gentle rolling hills in eastern South Dakota giving way to sparkling glacial lakes which offer endless fishing opportunities. Feel the quiet of a Bed & Breakfast stay in historic homes or on farm lands once roamed by Plains Indians and settled by pioneers and homesteaders. These farm lands and prairies offer natural habitat for upland game and waterfowl, making this region a hunter’s paradise. Relive Laura Ingalls Wilder’s stories in her surroundings in and around DeSmet and experience the South Dakota Fair in Huron in late August. The Terry Redlin Center in Watertown is now open.
Click on any of the Glacial Lakes & Prairies BBISD members listed below for a description and contact information (many also have color pictures).
Foote Creek Bed and Breakfast
Ron and Carla Kaaz
Spend a night or two at our modern two-story bed and breakfast. Enjoy the quiet setting from our front porch swing. We've awesome sunsets and starry night skies. To find us, follow the blue signs north and west of Aberdeen. Hunters welcome and we are wheel chair accessible.
Prairie House Manor Bed and Breakfast
Andy and Jenny Todd
Victorian home in Laura Ingalls Wilder's historic town offering family entertainment and great area dining. We welcome families, couples, singles, business travelers, and hunters. Six rooms with private baths; two of the rooms have private Jacuzzi tubs. Come and enjoy our breakfast menu, beverage nook, sitting porch, pool table and free swimming pool passes year round. Open all year.
Lady on the Lake Bed and Breakfast
Sandy and Marshall Meyer
On Lake Elsie's shore presides colonel Hankinsen's mansion featuring historic charm, spacious common areas, lake front views and access, plus private bathroom with Jacuzzi and WIFI conveniences. Come as guests; leave as friends.
FrogvilleUSA Bed and Breakfast
Come to Turton, in Spink County, and within an hour's drive you can hunt, fish, camp, bird watch, golf, visit historic Indian sites, Century farms and much more! No trains, no planes, no buses - NO NOISE! Just peace and quiet with lots to see and do. Open seasonal.
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