I cannot say enough wonderful things about this bed and breakfast and our hosts, Lyndy and Kenny. Their ranch is in such a beautiful setting of rolling hills and so relaxing and quiet. Exactly what we needed after an entire week of driving and sightseeing in the Black Hills and Badlands. And speaking of sightseeing, Lyndy gave us wonderful suggestions on things to see and hikes to take in the Badlands which was so helpful and appreciated.
Upon arrival we were greeted warmly by Lyndy and were showed our lodging for the evening, the gorgeous Carriage House. We had stayed in some places on our trip that were not that clean or decorated nicely. We very excited to see how lovely Lyndy has decorated the Carriage House and how very nice and clean it was. Lyndy provides bottled water from their reverse osmosis system and even had microwave popcorn for us in the cupboard! The beds were sooo comfortable too. They do not have television in the Carriage House but do have a tv with videos. There is regular television in the house if you want to watch it. We did not. We just enjoyed relaxing and chatting.
Lyndy and Kenny prepared a wonderful dinner for us when we arrived. The guys had steak and I had chicken. Everything was so tasty and tasteful including the table setting. We had a broccoli salad, warm french bread, and out of this world potato casserole. And Lyndy baked a delicious peach cobbler for dessert.
After dinner we hit the hay for the night in the Carriage House. We were told we might hear coyotes but I think the rain and cold kept them quiet that night. That was fine as the pitter patter of the rain drops lulled us to sleep.
We awoke refreshed the next day after a much needed restful night's sleep. Lyndy had a delightful breakfast all ready when we arrived in the house. The breakfast presentation was quite nice too. We had an egg and sausage casserole, homemade raspberry bread, and fresh fruit nicely cut in small squares on a skewer. Coffee, orange juice and water were also available. Oh and tea if you preferred.
The best part of the entire stay was the conversation with Lyndy and Kenny and other guests. Lyndy and Kenny have some fabulous stories to tell so be sure to ask when you're there.
This review is getting long but I just cannot say enough wonderful things about this bed and breakfast. I've stayed in several bed and breakfasts and this one is by far the BEST ever! You will not be disappointed. :-)
Oh and the long drive on the gravel road everyone talks about....it's not that long at all. The cows keep you company along the way and some of them even run along with you!