If you are on a budget and are looking for a place in the Black Hills area, this is a good choice.
The price was about $40 a night for a cabin. Great deal! Breakfast at the lodge is under $6. The folks there are super nice. I didn't bring a horse so I can't comment on how well animals are accomodated.
This place is not fancy at all, which is just what you need sometimes. Also, it's somewhat centrally located for all the area's attractions.
If you are not familiar with the area, I do NOT recommend driving on Iron Mountain road at night. It goes around a mountain (several times) and has lots of tight turns. Not what a tired driver needs to put up with.
The hotel features cozy lodge rooms, a lobby, lounge and restaurant. Several rustic cabins in the area are nestled among
the pine and spruce forest. Amenities:Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Fireplace. Coffee Maker. ...
Black Hills greatest show cave, this beautiful cave is the largest stalactite cave and the closest cave to Mt. Rushmore
National Memorial. The one hour tour through the cave winds through a series of rooms and passages, the most ...
All of the nine guest rooms of Hisega Lodge include private baths and direct access to either the wrap around
porch or the creek. A two room, one bath unit is also available. A hearty breakfast is served at ...