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Our stay was very pleasant. The room was very clean, so was the bathroom; the AC worked well; there were lighter weight blankets if needed. The pool was clean and very comfortably warm. I wish their breakfast had offered some gluten free options but there...More
Came from Minnesota to visit the Laura Ingalls Wilder sites. This is pretty much your only option for lodging in the town unless you are camping. I have to agree with some of the other reviews with regards to the overall look and feel of...More
Overall, the room was fine - clean, the beds were not too hard or too soft. The AC unit didn't work as well as we had hoped and it was a bit warm in the room. The breakfast was very carb heavy - breads, pop...More
Smelly room. Pillows yellow. Gave kids .25 per fly killed. Ran out of quarters. Toilet was backed up. They handed me a plunger. Floor and sheets felt damp. Brkfst = Poptarts. Dollar store pastries. Bread. Cancelled 2nd night and drove to Brookings.
If you're visiting DeSmet to see firsthand the people, places, and memories of Laura Ingalls Wilder's classic books, this hotel is a good home base. Check first with the Ingalls Homestead for available wagons, bunkhouse (or bring your own tent), but if they are full...More
Yes you can see a restaurant from hotel. No sidewalk and must walk on side of road (highway). Breakfast at the restaurant if fine. They also serve lunch and dinner which is okay. Not fancy. No alcohol. The bar is downtown... More
Yes you can see a restaurant from hotel. No sidewalk and must walk on side of road (highway). Breakfast at the restaurant if fine. They also serve lunch and dinner which is okay. Not fancy. No alcohol. The bar is downtown about 2 blocks from restaurant. Their open country club serves meals and drinks, but check their schedule.