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Hisega Lodge is a must-stay place for anyone who wants to unplug from the daily grind. My extended family recently stayed at the lodge and were treated to a "slice of heaven" (as quoted from Mike, one of the owners). The serenity and peace of...More
Who could ask for more? Historic cabin charm, sitting on a mountain stream, with little-to-no cell service and complimentary home-cooked from-scratch breakfasts are what make this an outstanding way to get away from everyday life, slow down and relax. Don't expect an expansive room, air...More
The location is great - a definite plus.
Be careful of picking a room or a suite. The room I had was tiny and the bathroom tinier. Also the rooms in the Lodge are very thin.
Breakfast is at 8:30 only -
TV offers streaming...More
The hosts and owners are a delightful and attentive family. The lodge is charming. Drinks are always available, and
an outstanding library. Walking in the area is an extra bonus. The stream across the road lulls you to sleep each evening. Near to gorgeous drives...More
1908 historic hotel on rapid creek located in the black hills perfect for hanging out and reading...also great location to explore and experience the black hills....breakfast included and dont miss this gourmet start to your day....plus the owners greeted us ......will definately return!
I know I'm butting in, perhaps where I don't belong, but wanted to say I've stayed at Hisega numerous times under both the current owner (Tara) and previous owner. For me, and my family, the absolute highlight of our stay... More
I know I'm butting in, perhaps where I don't belong, but wanted to say I've stayed at Hisega numerous times under both the current owner (Tara) and previous owner. For me, and my family, the absolute highlight of our stay has been the communal breakfast! We love meeting other guests and the lively, and interesting conversations, we are sure to have. Please don't change this! I think it would be far easier for those who don't want this to eat at a separate table than to dispense with the communal breakfast. And, having stayed at many bed and breakfast places over the years, I can say with absolutely certainty that lack of choice (other than accommodating allergies and special diets, as Hisega as always done) is the norm. This is not a place with a "menu" nor would it be practical for such a small inn to offer a menu. I believe all this is quite clear from the inn's website. :-)
All that being said, it could be that this style of inn won't suit everyone, and that's life. But, for anyone looking for a charming inn with charming hosts and incredible (albeit with no "choice") breakfast, this is your place. :-)