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Yes, this wonderfully kept Sears Catalog mission style home is a long way from everything, especially to those of us eastern seaboard natives, but it's worth the drive down their 8 mile long dirt "driveway" to learn about the history of the home, what it...More
Heading out West for a National Parks tour, I wanted the total experience...which included staying on a cattle ranch. This fit the bill perfectly. It is at the end of a remote road about 15 miles off the highway. It is a 1920's Sears home...More
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Response from lyndenireland651, Owner at Triangle Ranch Bed & BreakfastResponded 9 November 2015
Thank you for the kind words. I wish to clarify that Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast is "eight" miles north of I90. I'm sure, to folks from urban areas, the distances seem longer. We are between exits so, after exiting it is necessary to travel...More
We've often stayed at B & Bs, but we have never been treated as much like family as we were by hosts Lyndy and Kenny! We had to change our plans and stay a different night. Lyndy was very accommodating. The house was lovely and...More
If you are looking for a rural bed and breakfast full of family history and great prairie views, this is the spot. Lyndy and ken are wonderful hosts and the food is to die for!
First morning was pancakes with apple and cinnamon topping second...More
I can honestly say that we have never had a better B&B experience. Kenny and Lyndy were the most gracious hosts we have ever had. We were the only guests that evening, and we sat in the living room and chatted for hours. Kenny and...More
I think they will cook you a dinner if you would like at a slightly higher cost. I t would be best to contact them to be sure as they may have a different schedule going during your visit. I f they will I am sure you would... More
I think they will cook you a dinner if you would like at a slightly higher cost. I t would be best to contact them to be sure as they may have a different schedule going during your visit. I f they will I am sure you would be in for a treat. Otherwise, the nearest lunch / dinner place is probably Phillip about 35 - 45 minutes away and you would travel on the same gravel road you would have come to the ranch on then some paved roads. Or you could go to Kadoka about the same amount of time, also you could travel to Wall which might be about 10 minutes further.