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Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast is in a 1923 Sear's Roebuck "Alhambra" catalog vintage home. The house is a true classic and very comfortable. As expected in older homes, the rooms are not large but comfortable and were improved to include a bathroom for each room. Being in farm and cattle land, we enjoyed driving through the open range on dirt roads. The Badlands National Park and the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site each are only about a half an hour away. Kenny and Lyndy were very gracious hosts and willingly provided the few, minor needs that we had. Although we didn't take advantage of the dinners in the evening, the breakfasts served were varied and very delicious. There were two small towns about a half an hour away where we enjoyed excellent dinners. It was very enjoyable spending the evenings in the common area with Kenny, Lyndy, and other guests discussing the attractions in the area and solving the world's problems.
Response from lyndenireland651, Owner at Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast
Responded 7 Oct 2018
We were very glad to meet you, hear about your lives, discuss the state of the world and all at a the slower pace of Fall. Glad also that you traveled down that 8 miles of graveled road to share our vintage home, history and fellowship, enriching our lives.
Lynda and Kenny provided a marvelous experience for our stay in the Black Hills area. From the wonderful breakfast (the apple muffins were unparalleled in their taste), to the warm welcome that we received, to the pleasant accommodations, our experience was so memorable. We truly enjoyed being treated as family as we spent the evening in stimulating discussions with the hosts and guests. Thank you, Lynda and Kenny for your kindness. We certainly would book again when in the area.
If you you are looking for a place in the Badlands that is totally off the beaten track, with charming hosts, unparalleled stargazing, and delicious food, Triangle Ranch is surely for you.
We spent three nights with Lyndy and Kenny on their lovely ranch. We ate breakfast and dinner with them daily, and in the process, we learned about the pioneering days in that part of the world; about what it's like to be a cowboy in a rodeo; about the attractions of the Badlands; about the community we were temporarily part of.
Lyndy made outstanding meals and dished them out with a very generous hand. She accommodated our vegetarianism and produced such imaginative meals that it was hard not to gorge. We valued knowing that at the end of a day of hiking, dinner would be ready at the inn after we'd washed up. Above all, we valued the conversations en famille at each meal. It was a very special learning experience for us.
Our room was quiet and comfortable and faced out onto the farmland. We would return in a heartbeat if we're ever in the area again.
We joined our Daughter, Son in Law and two Grandkids in the newly built log house on the Triangle Ranch in Philip South Dakota. Our host and hostess were very congenial and we enjoyed talking to them and the other guests on our first morning at the ranch breakfast. The cabin had many comfortable beds, both downstairs and up in the loft bedroom, and our room had an en-suite bathroom with shower.The kitchen was fully stocked with cooking items and dishes and cups, as well as cooking essentials. A beautiful front loading washer and dryer are available for the longer visitor. The decor was lovely and we felt quite at home. We definitely would recommend Lindy and Kenny's B and B for travelers.
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.
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"A larger group would be very comfortable in the log house."