Buffalo Rock Lodge and Cabins wants you to know what we are doing to protect you (and us) during COVID-19.

Lodge: Thorough cleaning is the rule, as always. Our cleaning team has been trained to follow public health procedures and criteria. We use nothing but approved antibacterial cleaning products and procedures including all surfaces in the common areas. We remove the entire set of bedding, including blankets, after each guest stay. Breakfast will be served at four different tables, if needed, to accomplish social distancing. Much of our social time with our guests will be done outside on the West deck overlooking Mount Rushmore. We will continue to do our best to ensure sanitary facilities, food preparation, etc. If it is your choice, you may also elect to take your breakfast to your rooms. The lodge does NOT have a shared ventilation system. Each room has multiple windows, in-floor heat and free-standing A/C.

Cabins: We will be replacing the entire bedding set after each group of guests. Our cabins make social distancing very easy as they each stand alone and are NOT side by side as with some facilities. Another BIG plus is that your dedicated bathroom in the showerhouse is not shared by other guests, and is sanitized each day. The pavilion area is 28' across, has two tables and 12 chairs. You can sit around the fire pit and still maintain appropriate distancing. Children can play on the grassy area, and we provide some simple games. All wood for the fire and propane for the gas grill is provided. Be sure to bring your s'mores supplies! We provide long metal sticks for cooking over the fire.

Our family and small staff are committed to exercising safety measures to ensure your good health, and ours.
— Marilyn and the crew at Buffalo Rock Lodge
Annie Tallent Room
1 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms Room near Keystone

Details

Annie Tallent Room Annie Tallent Room

Details

Located on the second floor, this room has two queen beds, a private bath with antique claw-foot tub/shower and a two-person jetted spa tub in the room.

Historical Namesake:
In about 1875, Annie accompanied her husband, a gold seeker across this land, along with their young son. When they heard about gold being found in the Black Hills they turned north. They were run out by the U.S. Cavalry, but soon returned and prospected. Every where her husband’s gold seeking took her Annie started a school. Schools allowed families to join the miners, and in very short order the Black Hills were settled and civilized. When he decided to move on to Montana, she and her son stayed. She later served as Superintendent of Schools for a large area. She rode horseback up to the remote schools that she had started for many years.

Amenities

Accommodations
  • Breakfast Included In Price
Attractions
  • Marina
  • Museums
  • Parks
  • Winery Tours
  • Zoo
Entertainment
  • Books
  • Games
  • Pool Table
Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
Leisure
  • Antiquing
  • Bird Watching
  • Boating
  • Gambling
  • Horseback Riding
  • Paddle Boat
  • Shopping
  • Sledding
  • Water Sports
  • Wildlife Viewing
Location
  • Mountain
  • Mountain View
  • Rural
Outdoor
  • Deck/Patio
Sports
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Mountain Biking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Swimming
Themes
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Luxury
  • Romantic

Availability & Booking Calendar

Policies

Taxes
Sales Tax - 6.00%
Cancellation Policy
We require advance notice of at least two weeks, or you may be subject to the entire cost of the stay, depending on our ability to re-rent the rooms. During the off-season months we have no cancellation charges for weather-related cancellations.
Last updated 06/02/2020
Deposit Policy
We require a $50 confirmation deposit to be paid upon reservation. All prepaid deposits will be applied to your total booking fee upon check-in.

Children Policy
We welcome children age 8 and above in the B&B. All ages are welcome in the cabins.
Last updated 06/02/2020
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