When we travel to Deadwood, we always visit the staff at the Iron Horse Inn/Lee Street Dinner. It is a fun place to play and the staff make you feel at home. I always refer people to the Lee Street Dinner, because you can get a home cooked breakfast, like steak and eggs. For a reasonable price, instead of the buffet's that are offered thoughout Deadwood. We recently stayed at the Iron Horse Inn and enjoyed the rustic, but comfortable feel of the room. It is located just off the main street, so you are within walking distance of everything or you can catch the trolley. But most of all, the gals at the Lee Street Dinner always remember our names and we enjoy the humor in their service. Great job!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Freshly restored and affordable historic rooms and suites located in the center of downtown Deadwood South Dakota. Free on-site parking, WiFi, television, and toiletries are included in the en suite bathroom. The Iron Horse offering includes a casino, restaurant, and lounge along with outstanding personal service. Constructed in 1898, the Iron Horse Inn once housed a livestock feed store, the public library, and the US Post Office. Today the 19 room boutique hotel houses guests interested in history, along with a clean and comfortable place to rest. Nearly all of Deadwood's attractions and activities are within an easy walking distance, including the Adams Museum and historic Main Street. The sandstone horse head, sculpted in 1898, greets each visitor that enters the front door! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Iron Horse Hotel Deadwood
- Hickoks Iron Horse Hotel