We were passing through and had reserved to stay at the Hisega Lodge in advance. The communications up to arrival were excellent and we were ready to arrive. Unfortunately we arrived fairly late, but Carol was waiting for us to show us our room (Lost Cabin) and make sure that we had everything we needed for the night. We could not see much at night but were delighted in the morning to see the surroundings. It is set in a little community next to a fast moving river. We heard the river at night from our room and it was very relaxing. I quickly got a coffee while my son slept and sat on the porch enjoying the scenery. Breakfast was a delight - stuffed french toast covered in a homemande blueberry sauce and scrambled eggs and ham, with a lovely fruit/vegetable salad on the side. It was too much for me, luckily my son helped me out. This is what you imagine the black hills to be like, far from the madding crowd in the countryside, surrounded by nature. No tourist attractions next door, but they are close by if you feel the urge. I can only say that one night was not enough for this wonderful place and hope to be back one day. Carol makes you feel right at home and takes such good care of you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hisega Lodge is a unique and rustic bed and breakfast located in a rock canyon next to a beautiful creek. The oldest lodge in the Black Hills, this property features nine guest units, each with private bath and private entrance. A gourmet breakfast is included with your stay, and the service at the lodge is warm, personal, but never intrusive. The lodge is conveniently located and close to area attractions, yet it is off the beaten path. Join us for a quiet and peaceful retreat. ... more less