My husband was born and raised in Drake, 6 miles from this B&B. We returned to ND for a family funeral with no reservations any place. When we arrived in Fargo to spend the night enroute on August 22nd, we found there was no place anywhere near his hometown due to the flooding and oil field workers in Minot, which is 50 miles away. If you've never been to North Dakota, you don't realize how isolated these small towns are! (I'm city born and raised so this is really amazing to me that places like this still exist in this day and age.) We were fortunate that the 2 nights we needed lodging were open at the Sage Inn. We got the last room available! We were warmly welcomed on Tuesday when we arrived. I had read about the ammenities offered and totally understand why you need to give them at least 24 hours notice if you want to be served dinner unlike the previous review written. Cell towers are at a minimum in this part of North Dakota and reception is sparce so I understand why owner, Brad, could not respond to the couple expecting dinner!
The room we had was beautifully decorated, immaculate, and very comfortable!!! Breakfast those two days was nothing less than gourmet! It was fabulous! Both Brad and Jackie sat and chatted with us while we ate and made us feel so welcome. If or when we ever have to travel back "home" for anything in the future, this is where I want to stay!!! It's remote as most everything in this area is, but so beautiful and peaceful. My husband has been away from this area since 1969 so this was really a pleasant surprise to find this Inn so close to home. If we had known about the Sage Hill Inn, we would have definately stayed here several years ago when we were "home" for his 40th high school class reunion.
I just want to thank Brad and Jackie for their hospitality, it made a "sad" trip so much easier to handle knowing we had this beautiful welcoming place to stay.