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My wife, her sister, and I stayed one night in the Carriage House at the delightful Triangle Ranch. The hosts Lyndy and Kenny could not be more gracious. The setting is rural and and beautiful, with the lovely do-it-yourself house having been bought from a...More
We have stayed at Triangle Ranch many times over the past 15 years and have never been let down. The owners are very nice and entertaining with a wonderful knowledge of the history of the area. Breakfasts are very good and you won't go away...More
This charming B & B is located in an authentic Sears house just at the entrance of the Badlands. Lyndy and Kenny are welcoming. Each of the four sweet bedrooms has a private, impeccably clean bath and is named for a person Lyndy knew. Dinner...More
We stayed at Triangle Ranch for two nights. We booked the carriage house. What fun! And the hosts-- Lyndy and Kenny-- could not have been nicer. The breakfast both days was delicious! Although the ranch is quite remote,and down miles of a gravel road, it...More
What a wonderful time we had at this quaint ranch! Lyndy and Kenny are just the friendliest people not to mention that they are both willing to help South Dakota 'newbies' learn about the state and area. Lyndy helped us find a great public rock...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... 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.