European styled house. A mixture of antique furnishings and contemporary art lend continental charm. 7 Themed rooms: 4 rooms - the Mediterranean, Turkish, African and European Antique have private patios and hot tubs, TVs and small refrigerators Lakota room with a private patio, TV, king size bed, and a whirlpool in the bathroom Swiss room with a private patio, king size bed and a double shower Celtic room with a queen size bed and a beautiful "Retro-style", tiled bathroom 3 more basic Pine View rooms are available
5 on September 24, 2016
We were floored by the beauty of the accommodations. The owner/architect has created a delightful, luxurious and relaxing lodge. There are suites inside this artistic lodge that are decorated with choice antiques from around the world, some with private patio gardens and hot tubs. We were delighted by the attention to detail, whether in decor or breakfast. The European style breakfast is a fun and gracious way to make acquaintance with host and other guests (our experience was outstanding). A sample breakfast: fresh raspberries and other fruits, topped with yoghurt and crunchy cereal; great breads with excellent blackberry or apricot jellies; thinly sliced choice deli meats and well chosen cheeses; a crustless quiche; freshly baked pear and custard crumb tart; very good coffee and juice. We were stuffed. Location: Spearfish canyon - amazing (similar to parts of Colorado). Mt. Rushmore, Custer State Park and bison...badlands park. Easy access to Spearfish Canyon, Rushmore, Needles, and not a bad drive to Badlands.
5 on September 22, 2016
We were floored by the beauty of the accommodations. There are suites inside this lodge that are decorated with choice antiques from around the world, hot tubs, private patio gardens. We were delighted by the attention to detail, whether in decor or breakfast. The breakfast is a fun and gracious way to make acquaintance with host and other guests (our experience was outstanding). Our breakfast: fresh raspberries and other fruits; great breads and blackberry or apricot jellies; deli meats and interesting cheeses; a crustless quiche; freshly baked pear and custard crumb tart; very good coffee and juice. We were stuffed.
5 on July 22, 2016
What a pleasant surprise when we arrived at Coyote Blues Village. When you book online, you never really know what you will find. The property looks more like a lodge than any BnB we ever stayed. You will drive back a long winding unpaved road to find this gem in the trees. Beautiful rooms with everything you need. Breakfast was fantastic. The BnB is a great central location for touring Mt. Rushmore and so much more. We could have a stayed a week and never touched the surface of what this part of South Dakota has to offer. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. I hope I can get back there again soon.
4.0 on June 20, 2016
It was a pleasure to stay at the Coyote Blues Village Bed and Breakfast. Christine and Peter Hans the host's were great and the breakfast was wonderful. The only regret we had was they only had one day available, we would have loved to stay the three days. The location is quiet and peaceful we highly recommend anyone to stay there. Thank you
4.6 on February 19, 2016
We had a great time! The breakfast was lovely and the hosts are as friendly as can be!
4.2 on September 10, 2014
Lovely setting. Owners very friendly. Breakfast was outstanding.
4.6 on May 28, 2014
Excellent.....One of the best B&B's we've stayed in.
4.6 on June 14, 2013
We stayed here for a wedding. It was awesome. The owners directed us to a nearby restaurant where we had an incredible meal... it was filet mignon, sides and this epic beer cheese soup (they wouldn't share the recipe!) and it cost a fraction of what this meal would have cost back home... This is gorgeous country. Sort of amazing. Bring allergy meds, if you're like me, though. :) They get bonus points for their old cat, who is probably not with them anymore... (this would gross some of you out) the little dude was/is deaf, and an outdoor cat. We sat down for breakfast and he came walking up to me and gave me a chipmonk. The owners were mortified, but my whole group was cat people, so this was a high honor. :) I would definitely stay here again if I ended up back in Rapid City. Fun place, very clean (the chipmonk incident was out on the huge back deck where we had breakfast! I witnessed no fresh carcasses indoors!) and very much NOT like a hotel.
4.8 on June 04, 2013
We stayed at this lovely b&b by Mt Rushmore over Memorial Day weekend. It was very much off the beaten path but it was beautiful. It was surrounded by trees and had cats running around (I happen to love cats so this was a plus for me). The room was beautiful, as was the bathroom. They also had games and a ping pong table that were available to be played. The breakfast was divine. They made frittata for us, and we also had yogurt, fruit, meat, cheese, and bread.
4.2 on May 23, 2013
Don't be fooled by the address—this is a country retreat, and the country is beautiful. The inn is very conveniently located for visiting the Black Hills attractions, which I greatly enjoyed. Wildlife in the area is abundant. I left with a much-enhanced appreciation of what South Dakota has to offer. The innkeepers are friendly and interesting. My visit was great.
Rapid City, SD (RAP)
Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, Black Hills, Crazy Horse, Historic Deadwood, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Mt. Rushmore, Picnic area
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Ceiling fans, Computer, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Fridge, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, rock climbing
Swiss "no need for lunch" breakfast