The 1899 Inn is a historic home in the heart of Deadwood. We're a five-minute walk from the saloons and casinos on Main Street, the Adams Museum and the 114-mile-long Mickelson Trail, and the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane is a few minutes' walk to the top of our hill. Our home is one of the largest Victorians in Deadwood, featuring original woodwork, fixtures and stained glass, with updated plumbing, heating and air conditioning. The house is a restoration-in-progress. While you'll never hear noisy contractors at six in the morning, you may find missing trim, cracked plaster, or sticky doors. We always note any current projects to our guests during the booking process.
5 on June 08, 2016
This is a very charming inn with comfortable rooms and all the luxury of home! Owners are very thoughtful and considerate, and the breakfast meals are so tasty!!!! Breakfast alone is worth the 1500 miles we traveled to get there! Close to all the other historic sites, a big perfect 10 for the 1899 Inn!!!!
5 on March 16, 2016
This B&B is wonderful. The home is incredibly historic and charming! The owners have done a great job of fixing up the home, and continue to make improvements all the time. The innkeepers are so easy to work with and very accommodating. The cats are also gracious, and welcomed us just as warmly as our hosts. Would highly recommend this B&B.
4.6 on February 17, 2014
Dustin and Laura were wonderful hosts who made us feel like home. Loved our stay....house was beautiful...they have and are doing an excellent job on remodeling...next time we are in Deadwood we will enjoy staying at the 1899 Inn again!!!!!
4.2 on October 15, 2013
This was our first time staying at a bed and breakfast. The couple was very nice and the breakfast was great. They didn't mind us coming in late and leaving early. Staying at a bed and breakfast is different from staying at a hotel. You don't get the privacy you do in a hotel.
3.8 on August 18, 2013
The couple who hosted us were wonderful. When they finish fixing this house up it will be a gem. We were within walking distance of down town. Thanks
5 on May 13, 2013
From our arrival (which was pretty late) we felt welcomed like we were with friends. The attic room was a climb but we were able to see more of the beautiful house. The room was big and very comfortable. The breakfasts were very delectable and we enjoyed talking to Dustin and Laura while they prepared the meals. The sitting areas were clean and comfortable. The B&B is not far from main street and many attractions, we left our car at the inn and didn't have to drive anywhere the entire weekend. This experience was well worth twice what they are charging. We will return and recommend that all that visit Deadwood stay here.
The Attic Room is a large bedroom with private bath on the third floor. It's a good climb up the stairs, but the room is spacious and the bathroom was added just a few years ago. This room features a king bed, plus two dressers and a television. The rest of the attic is unfinished, so you have the entire floor to yourself.
Nightly Rate: $95 - $135
The old Maid's Chamber is a little smaller than the other bedrooms in the house, but has a queen-size bed, dresser with mirror and a TV with basic cable. Views are of the historic barn next door and meadow behind the house. The bathroom is private but not en suite - it's a quick walk down the hall. Newly restored, the bathroom features a giant clawfoot tub and heated tile floor.
Nightly Rate: $75 - $120
This is our only first-floor bedroom, which was the home's original library. This rooms was refurnished in 2014 with antique furniture from the Frawley estate, one of the Black Hills' well-known pioneer families. It also features a large collection of antique books from the same family. The bathroom is en suite, including a water-closet with a pull-chain toilet and separate bathing room with a jetted bathtub. Up to date pictures coming soon!
Nightly Rate: $85 - $135
Forest, Hills, Trees, Mountains, Small town, Village
Rapid City, SD (RAP) 54 miles
From the East: If you're traveling from Rapid City, follow Interstate 90 westbound to Exit 30 at Sturgis. Take a left onto U.S. Highway 14A (Lazelle Street). Follow the highway approximately 11 miles into Deadwood. From the West: If you're traveling from Wyoming, follow Interstate 90 eastbound through Spearfish to Exit 17. Take a right onto U.S. Highway 85. Follow the road approximately 7 miles up the hill and into Deadwood. The highway merges with U.S. Highway 14A as you descend into the city. To the House: Continue down U.S. Highway 14A (Main Street, becoming Pioneer Way) until the intersection with Pine Street. Take a left, then take a right at the traffic light onto U.S. Highway 85 (Sherman Street). Follow it to the next traffic light, at the intersection with Cemetery Street. Take a left. The road curves around to the right in front of an apartment building. Take a left onto Lincoln Avenue. We're the third house on the left side of the street. You can park anywhere on the street - just not in front of the fire hydrant. Don't forget to turn your wheels into the curb if you park on the hill!
Antique Shopping, Casino, Concert venue, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Picnic area, Religious Services, Rodeo, Ski area, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Homestay
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, BBQ grill, Bike rental, Board games, Clothes dryer, DVD Player, Outdoor grilling, Piano, TV Video games, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe trails
Dustin and Laura Floyd
ASL, English, French
Laura has an archaeology background and heads up a summer dig program every year for local youth. Dustin is a regional travel writer and history buff. We both love hiking and travel, and know quite a bit about things to do in the Black Hills, the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming.
Included - Served Hot
Western Breakfast Burritos
By special request, Laura will whip up a batch of Western Breakfast Burritos. Made with maple-cured bacon, breakfast sausage, country potatoes, onions, peppers and scrambled eggs served in a flour tortilla with cheese, they're simple, a little spicy, probably not very healthy, but incredibly tasty.