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Stayed 2 nights Nov 17th & 18th. Pulled up to the motel and immediately noticed how well kept everything was. Nice curb appeal. Check-in was without a hitch and the woman who helped us was very pleasant and recommended a great breakfast place (Lee St....More
Very clean and cozy hotel operated by a very nice husband and wife team that take great pride in their property. We stayed for 2 nights on our six week trip. It's just a short trolley ride from downtown to be peaceful and quiet with...More
Hubby and I booked a night at Cedar Wood Inn and ended up extending our stay a second night during our recent month-long road trip of the northwest US. We'd have extended longer if we weren't running out of time.
The location is ideal, just...More
This is a quaint, quiet, cozy place to stay. 15 minute walk to downtown Deadwood. Small hotel with only 23 rooms which makes for a quiet stay. There is a small courtyard to relax plus an upstair common area. We will be staying here again...More
My wife and I stayed here for a one week vacation in the Deadwood area. The owners take GREAT pride in this place.
It was one of the cleanest hotels we've stayed in. We had no issues during our one week stay.
The owners couldn't...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$55 - US$161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#11 Family Hotel in Deadwood
#14 Romantic Hotel in Deadwood
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Good question. If you are going to a concert in Deadwood 1st find out when the concert is over, at what time. If the trolley is still running I would take the trolley, for many reasons. You would not have to drive and... More
Good question. If you are going to a concert in Deadwood 1st find out when the concert is over, at what time. If the trolley is still running I would take the trolley, for many reasons. You would not have to drive and find a parking space, or pay for one. The trolley only costs a buck each way per person. This would be a no hassle way to go. That is if the trolley can get you reasonably close.I hope this helps you.