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A quaint B & B originallly built as a Sears catalogue home. Wonderful hosts, Lindy and Ken, who made our visit very worthwhile. They even knew that it was my wife's birthday and had a cake for her following a delishous dinner. It is a...More
Just a delightful stay with Lyndy and Kenny. Far away from all of the bustle and on a ranch. The home is full of wonderful history and gorgeous family heirlooms. The food is amazing and Lyndy and Kenny were extremely interesting in memories of the...More
My adult daughter and I were traveling from Indiana to the Badlands/Black Hills area of South Dakota. We had booked one night at Triangle Ranch simply to allow her to experience a B&B. We stayed in the Carriage House separate from the main home. We...More
My boyfriend and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Triangle Ranch. Beautiful home on an actual ranch, just a 20-minute drive or so to Badlands National Park. Great place to begin your day with Lindy's amazing food, and perfect place to end your day with...More
My wife and I and her three siblings made a road trip together to this part of America in June. Although my wife and I have traveled to more than 40 states, we had never been to the prairie land before. So we wished to...More
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Response from lyndenireland651, Owner at Triangle Ranch Bed & BreakfastResponded 9 August 2016
Thank you for the beautiful picture you painted for travelers visiting the prairies of South Dakota. FYI the WiFi in the Carriage House is now up and running as is the rest of the property.
I think they will cook you a dinner if you would like at a slightly higher cost. I t would be best to contact them to be sure as they may have a different schedule going during your visit. I f they will I am sure you would... More
I think they will cook you a dinner if you would like at a slightly higher cost. I t would be best to contact them to be sure as they may have a different schedule going during your visit. I f they will I am sure you would be in for a treat. Otherwise, the nearest lunch / dinner place is probably Phillip about 35 - 45 minutes away and you would travel on the same gravel road you would have come to the ranch on then some paved roads. Or you could go to Kadoka about the same amount of time, also you could travel to Wall which might be about 10 minutes further.