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Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast
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Reviewed 23 June 2013

Ever since my wife read the article about the Triangle Ranch B&B in Midwest Living Magazine, she’s wanted to visit and see the ranch’s original Sears and Roebuck mail order home. So we planned a stopover during our “high plains” vacation, at the end of a sightseeing day in the South Dakota black hills.
The house was a wonder, but even more special were Lyndy and Kenny, two of the nicest people you’ll meet.
We stayed in the carriage house out back, mostly because it was so reasonable, and we loved the idea of sleeping in a loft. After a long day of sightseeing and driving, we opened the window at the crown of the loft, climbed into bed, enjoyed the cool South Dakota evening breezes, and were dead to the world in minutes.
Like most B&B’s, the best experiences are with the owners. If you appreciate someone with an encyclopedic knowledge of home decorating styles for American historical periods, and the design savvy to weave family history throughout those styles, Lyndy is your gal. And if you like to chat with someone experienced in South Dakota professions of long-haul, construction, energy, and ranching, you won’t find a better conversationalist than Kenny.
The ranch is about 6 or 7 miles north of interstate 90. Lyndy gives precise directions for the very manageable dirt road leading to the B&B, but be aware if you’re arriving after dark. There will be cattle reclining on the road, so drive slow and keep your high beams on, because - as Lyndy drily remarked - “the cows don’t wear reflectors”!

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 April 2013

One of the best stops we made on our road trip to South Dakota was this delightful Bed and Breakfast. The remote location (on a working cattle ranch near the Badlands) was a definite plus for me - quiet and serene, with wild turkeys roosting in the trees out front. The house (ordered from the Sears catalog in 1917) is a gem, beautifully maintained and comfortable. Our room was pleasant, our hosts were friendly and helpful, and breakfast was wonderful. Do yourself a favor and drive a few extra miles, enjoy the scenery, and the serenity, of this unique B&B.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 11 September 2012

Don't let the remote location deter you from visiting this great place. It's not in the middle of nowhere; it's far from there....but well worth the trip! It's just a few miles from the entrance to Badlands National Park and the Minuteman Silo National Historical SIte. Do yourself a favor----avoid the the crowds and junk in Wall, and stop here instead.
Have you ever been in a cave where they turn off the lights? That's how dark it gets out here at night. We could see the Milky Way and millions of stars. And it was so quiet at night that you could hear your heart beat. The only sounds to break the silence were the occasional chirping cricket and the distant yips of coyotes.
Lyndy and Kenny are superb hosts. She met us with a pitcher of ice water when we arrived and showed us around the house, which is on the National Historic Register. They cooked an excellent Black Angus steak dinner with potatoes, salad, and rolls. Lyndy even baked a chocolate cake in celebration of our anniversary.
After dinner Lyndy told my wife detailed stories of the house and family history, while Kenny and I swapped tales for a couple hours. I was surprised to find that we had much in common even though he's a former rodeo rider and rodeo clown, and I don't especially like horses. They still run an active ranch with about 50-60 head of cattle and a few horses. (You can feed them oats if you like).
A hearty breakfast included an omelet type dish (I forget the name), fresh fruit, sausage, juice, coffee, etc. We hated to leave. Next time we head out west, I'll be sure to make a stop to see these wonderful people again.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 August 2012

Please read all the reviews of this wonderful ranch because every review is spot on! The only thing I could add is that when my husband and I said "good-by" to Kenny and Lyndy, we felt as if we were leaving dear old friends.We cannot wait to return and spend more time with these fine owners and enjoyable guests that this ranch seems to attract (we have stayed at the Triangle Ranch twice).This is the real thing-capture it while you can!

Room Tip: You can't go wrong!
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 June 2012

First of all, let's just get this out of the way ... "We don't write reviews" ... having said that we will admit that we must write about our beautiful experience with Kenny and Lyndy Ireland at the Triangle Ranch Bed and Breakfast. While you can't find our name on a list of who is who among world travelers, please believe us when we tell you that we have definitely been around. Nothing compares with the home-like experience that we enjoyed at what we quickly claim is the BEST Bed and Breakfast anywhere ... ever !

A little bold and aggressive you say to make such a statement in a review. Not at all as we am afraid that we will understate the elegance, charm, character, history and warm hospitality that resonates throughout this beautiful home managed and shared by two beautiful people.

We stayed in Kenny and Lyndy's home (let's face it ... commercially its a B and B, but in reality these two loving, generous, kind and very charming folks shared their precious home) for two weeks. We not only felt cared "for" ... we felt cared "about." The accommodations were superior (we stayed in the "Irish Lover's" room) Make sure to ask Lyndy about the true life love story of how the room got its name.

We can't even start with the food. Breakfast, dinner ... all was wonderful and served with dining precision found only among nobles. The food was so delicious and prepared with loving experienced hands from "rancher's recipes" from Lyndy, her family and all around South Dakota. Think of your best dining experience, put it on "steroids" and you will have some idea about what comes out of Lyndy's kitchen.

We fully recommend the Triangle Ranch Bed and Breakfast experience and if you try it you may run in to us because we will be returning. John and Priscilla

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with friends
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