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Offering free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV in every guest room, this hotel is 2 miles from Sully Creek State Recreation Area and in Medora, North Dakota. Exceptional place, especially for the price (we were there in the off season, March, wasn't much going on in town). We enjoyed the king deluxe suite with jacuzzi in our room for something like $62+tax. What a treat! Breakfast was a good mix of the usual stuff, which was nice to get us on the road quick.
Set in Medora, Downtown Medora Escape with Deck Near Trails and Sites offers accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. This apartment provides accommodations with a balcony. This was the perfect way for us to stay safely while we hunted during the pandemic. We were able to come out with my elderly father-in-law to a place where we could cook our own food, had plenty of room to relax and didn't have to worry about exposure to other people. The condo was very clean, had all of the items you would need for a comfortable stay and was very conveniently located. The owner (or owner's representative) was very responsive when we had questions. We will definitely stay there again.
The pitch fork fondue was excellent. Views of the surrounding hills are amazing. We also saw the Medora musical and it was really much more modern and fun than past performances we've seen. The performers were really good especially Willow on her banjo.
Medora is a cute small town. The ND Cowboy Hall of Fame was very interesting. The shopping is varied but some places close early. It seemed like the town woke up on Wed. Monday and Tuesday seemed like activities such as carriage rides, entertainment, etc. were closed. The Steak Fondue was a neat experience and you could see the large “Medora” hillside sign from there. It looks like the Hollywood sign in LA. I wish we could have seen a rodeo.
A pair of women's swim bottoms was left there, I guess a cleaning lady must have liked them, because I didn't get a reply back that they were found, sad that I have to order another pair that will cost $50 or so.
Very much enjoyed the musical in the ampitheater, the Teddy Roosevelt speaker, the Pitchfork Fondue, and the Gospel Brunch! And Medora has many shops to visit...and don't forget the Teddy Roosevelt National Park! WOW!
We visited mid September and many stores had already shut down for the season. Made the town ghost like. Loved Cowboy Cafe, sweet owners and home cooked food for breakfast or lunch. Entrance to Teddy Roosevelt National Park is right there. Visitors Center was worth a stop for hiking suggestions. In town we highly recommend a visit to the Western Museum in town. Worth every minute. Best place for dinner or just a beer stop at Little Mo’s! Cute town to walk around or bike. If the playhouse is offering a Teddy Roosevelt play, don’t miss it, fabulous actor portrays the popular President, and he is not to be missed!
Very historical little town and not playing up too much to tourists. Good food and the area is great for a walk after a long prairie drive. I missed the arts season but many people spoke of it. The park is fantastic.