For rustic, comfortable and real accommodations choose Hisega Lodge. This ten-room inn, built in 1909, provides hospitality and comfort for travelers who search for unique and historical lodging. The wrap-around porch, the sound of the creek and cool summer nights create a peaceful retreat, and the delicious breakfast sets the stage for days filled with sight-seeing or relaxation. The lodge is centrally located to nearby attractions yet it is secluded and quiet. Open year-round, with free wi-fi throughout the building and simple, comfortable furnishings. Visit our website for more details and online booking.
5 on October 22, 2013
I could not have asked for anything better! Carol and Kenn are spectacular hosts. Not only were they great at making sure we had everything we needed, they were wonderful to talk to. They had amazing advice on local eateries and activities and they never made any of our questions feel like they were an inconvenience. It truly felt like a home away from home. The rooms were very accommodating and perfect for a trip for two. Breakfasts were outstanding! They were also accommodating in that they supplied a guest refrigerator and microwave so we could store or reheat anything we brought with us. I can guarantee that I will be returning for another getaway!
5 on September 24, 2013
My sisters and I spent 3 nights at the Lodge. It was a delightful time and couldn't have been better. Carol is absolutely wonderful and so are the girls who work there. Staying there is complete comfort in a rustic lodge. I left my window open every night so I could hear Rapid Creek. Heavenly. It is well located for a variety of Black Hills day trips and it was fun to hear about everyone's adventures at breakfast the next morning.
4.6 on September 17, 2013
Found this place on the internet and WOW, what a find. This place is absolutely the best.
4.6 on August 28, 2013
I love rustic lodges so when I found the Hisega, I was pretty happy. When we drove into the property I was still pleased, as it overlooked a small, rushing stream and was in a picturesque setting. As Kenn showed us to our rooms, he explained a bit about the place and let us know about the lodge and breakfast, etc. He also gave us a great recommendation for dinner. My sister-in-law was arriving later, and Kenn and Carol had left her notes on both the front and back doors in case they were gone or retired to bed. I thought this was very thoughtful. The room we had (104) faced the river, so the sounds were wonderful. Though the room itself was small, it was quite charming and had a very comfortable bed with luxurious linens that smelled so fresh. A nice touch was homemade soap. We spent a good deal of time in Adirondacks on the 2nd floor wraparound porch. Hopefully our friends and we did not disturb the other guests. Coffee was ready by 6 and a delicious breakfast including homemade muffins, juice, fruit, salad and quiche was served community style at 8:30. Carol was a soft-spoken, generous hostess who made me feel like an old friend. We sure hope to return here soon. It would make a lovely place for a family reunion.
5 on August 14, 2013
We had the wonderful opportunity to share our vacation during the Sturgis motorcycle rally with Carol and Kenn at the Hisega Lodge. Our first time to stay here (but our 6th trip out) and we have found a home away from home at the lodge. Hisega was in a great location, away from the hustle and bustle of the day. Quiet and cool at night. Slept great and woke to some wonderful coffee in the main room with a breakfast to die for each morning. We met some wonderful friends and fellow riders during our stay from all over the US along with South Africa, Canada, Scotland, Germany and France. Quite an eclectic group and the Hisega lodge brought us all together. Did I mention the staff? Great folks all and Carol and Kenn were top notch hosts. I would not hesitate to recommend Hisega to anyone wanting a great stay for their vacation in the Black Hills of SD. Howard and Vickie
Creekside, Countryside, Mountains
Rapid City, SD (RAP) 22 miles
Turn right onto Hwy 44 from the airport and follow it west twenty miles, then turn left on Hisega Road. Turn left at the mailboxes and the lodge is on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Custer State Park, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Hiking, Fly Fishing, River, Rodeo, Winery, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sight-seeing
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Carol and Kenn Duncan
Kenn and Carol enjoy food, music, movies, reading and the outdoors. Kenn loves to work out and talk to his children and grandchildren via video chat. Carol's favorite is meeting people at the lodge. She walks whenever she gets a chance and enjoys searching the web for new recipes and Hisega history.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , gluten-free, vegan