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Terry Peak Ski Area is 5 miles from this Lead, South Dakota hotel. Blackstone Lodge and Suites features a hot tub and offers free Wi-Fi in every room. A free continental breakfast is served daily. This hotel has many great things. The price is very good, the lobby was very nice, the staff was amazing and friendly. The room clean and beds very comfortable. Located in Mead….very short distance from deadwood and they even have a shuttle at night in case you want to go deadwood..I don’t have one bad thing to say..l.we will stay again next time we go!
Situated in the middle of all the action and adventure the Black Hills have to offer, the quaint Town Hall Inn has had many different incarnations over the years. What an absolute gem. Very happy that I didn't book in Deadwood which looks like fun but also very touristy. The Town Hall Inn is a historical gem with each bedroom one of the rooms of the old town hall and still with the name of the room above the door. The room was really well appointed and with huge ceilings. I was in the Deliberation room and it was lovely to think of all the town discussions that took place in the room. The owners are new and are clearly dedicated to making the Inn as good as it can be. The provision of plugs and USB chargers by the bed are a perfect example. There is a bar is the basement (which used to be the police cells) with micro brewery beers that are worth visiting the Inn for on their own merit. The bartender Chris is a delight and she had that great ability to bring parties together in the bar so that you make new friends. I am traveling across the US from coast to coast and this has been one of the highlights of my trip.
Located in Lead, 6.1 miles from Adams Museum, Whitetail Creek Resort has accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. Beautiful location. It was such a fun property to experience, with the creek and having the swings along it. Also, the picnic tables were a nice addition to each room so a person could enjoy the outdoors. It was in a convenient spot for many of the tourist attractions.
Located in Lead, 3.4 miles from Adams Museum, Cozy Black Hills Cabin with Deck about 3 Mi to Deadwood! has air-conditioned accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. It’s was exactly as described and very reasonably priced. It was a clean nice little place.
On average, 3-star hotels in Lead cost $2 per night, and 4-star hotels in Lead are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Lead can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We did not actually visit Lead much itself, but stayed just outside of the town at the Blackstone Hotel. Lead is filled to the brim with gold mining history. Many of the wonderful old buildings of that time are still there. Quite a few B&B's available. It is worthwhile to check out the old Homestake Mine and the renovated theatre. Spectacular stuff. DYI: Calamity Jane eventually made Lead her home. Deadwood history and it's characters are only 3 miles away. Beautiful territory for viewing the natural surrounds of the gulch.
I always enjoy going to the black hills. Lead and Deadwood are two of my favorite locations. The locals are friendly, food is good, easy to get around, and beautiful scenery. I go a couple of times a year.
Within 40 miles of everything we wanted to do. Shiloh Rescue and Riding ranch is a must! Deadwood only a couple miles down the road. Belle Fourche Rodeo, ATV trails, So much to do here. The Whitetail Resort in Lead was an exceptional place to call home on our stay. It is BEAUTIFUL!
Great room - clean, comfortable bed (most comfortable bed in the last 4 motel beds we have been in before arriving here). Close to Deadwood for dining and gaming. Just up the street from the Stanford Interpretive museum (a must see!). It did snow overnight about 6” but plows were out in abundance.
Well, we truly enjoyed everything! The scenery of all the colors changing in the hills. We took a drive to Hill City and it was so pleasant and saw a little wildlife (Fox, deer, etc). The shops were so interesting and we picked up some souvenirs! The weather was absolutely fantastic. Getting around was so easy and the food at the Gold Dust was fabulous!
Lead is a great little town. It's close to Deadwood and close proximity to the canyon made it a great location. The residents of this charming little town were very polite and we enjoyed our time here.
This hotel has many great things. The price is very good, the lobby was very nice, the staff was amazing and friendly. The room clean and beds very comfortable. Located in Mead….very short distance from deadwood and they even have a shuttle at night in case you want to go deadwood..I don’t have one bad thing to say..l.we will stay again next time we go!
The location is awesome, home was excellent, and hosts helped make the experience as comfortable as possible. The welcome tray was an awesome little touch. I definitely will be back in the future. I highly recommend staying here while in the Deadwood/Lead area.
The place was beautiful. it actually reminded me a little of our old farm house growing up, the beautiful staircase and all the wood door frames. Very nice location! We were visiting Deadwood and wanted to stay a little bit away from the crowd.
Easy drive to Deadwood attractions. Had fun playing an oversized game of Jenga in the common tent. Parking was easy. Clean facilities!
10min from skiing, in lead, ans close to deadwood! Great location. Nicely updated home.
Beautiful property, close to Lead/Deadwood. Great staff, friendly and helpful.
brand new, not far from deadwood, great staff, clean rooms