1899 Inn – A Romantic Deadwood Bed and Breakfast Hideaway
A romantic Deadwood Bed and Breakfast hideaway; a unique and intimate guest experience that blends modern amenities and historic charm. The 1899 Inn is Deadwood’s only turn-of-the-century inn with full breakfast service, featuring seasonal dishes and artisan bread made daily in-house. The house is located away from the lights and noises of Deadwood’s gambling tables, but it’s just a five-minute walk to the town’s nightlife and major historic sites.
Mount Moriah Cemetery (just up the street from the 1899 Inn) along with Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock, Madam Dora Dufran and other Western legends. Other sites nearby include:
The Adams House Just a block from the 1899 Inn, the Adams House is a small mansion built in 1892 by a prominent merchant family. Preserved for more than 50 years and beautifully restored, the home is now operated as a museum.
The Mickelson Trail A 114-mile-long hiking and biking trail along the route of a historic railroad, the Mickelson Trail begins in Deadwood and stretches the entire length of the Black Hills.
Mount Roosevelt A short hike to the top of a peak that has views into Wyoming and North Dakota. The summit is crowned with a stone tower erected in 1917 as one of the first memorials to Theodore Roosevelt.
The Adams & Days of ’76 Museums. The oldest history museum in the Black Hills, the Adams Museum is a five-minute walk from the 1899 Inn and includes artifacts from Deadwood’s early history, including gold mining artifacts, fossils, and art. The Days of ’76 Museum is a five-minute drive and has rare Native American artifacts, rodeo exhibits and a large collection of historic firearms in a large new building.
In the News:
The 1899 Inn was featured in Reader’s Digest as the “Most Charming B&B in South Dakota” for its amazing views of the Black Hills and Deadwood Gulch and more! Check out the article here.
21 Lincoln Avenue
Deadwood, SD 57732