If you are looking for South Dakota lodging that is unique, rustic, natural and beautiful, come visit us at Hisega Lodge Bed and Breakfast in the Black Hills. Our environment is serene, our public spaces are welcoming, and our western South Dakota bed and breakfast is centrally located for all the Black Hills attractions. Whether you are looking for a flyfishing vacation, a visit to Mt Rushmore, a winter getaway, a business retreat, a family reunion, or just a restful weekend away from home, Hisega Lodge Bed and Breakfast is your natural choice for comfort, great food and a memorable experience in South Dakota.
At Hisega Lodge Bed and Breakfast, our goal is to create an unforgettable experience by adding comfortable lodging, delicious food and warm hospitality to the loveliest location in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
The sound of water and the smell of pine will soothe your senses, and our central location will suit all your plans for a fun South Dakota visit. You will leave refreshed, rested and recharged, with unforgettable memories of this historic place and its serene spirit.
Hisega Lodge is the oldest lodge in the Black Hills, with a rich history that started in 1908. Even the name of our community is unique - our beautiful canyon location was named with the initials of six girls who visited the area in 1908: Helen, Ida, Sade, Ethel, Grace and Ada. From the early days of the railroad to mobile apps and Facebook, Hisega Lodge Bed and Breakfast has served its guests well with a central location, delicious food and nourishment for the body and soul.
We are open year-round and feature a variety of rooms, rates, seasonal specials and fun events. Our nine rooms will sleep up to 22 guests. Prices start at $99 per night and include a gourmet breakfast. All rooms have private baths, private entrances, and free secure wi-fi.
Your hosts, Kenn and Carol Duncan
We are proud members of
Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers of South Dakota
South Dakota Retailers Association
Black Hills, Badlands and Lakes Association
Rapid Creek Preservation Association
Black Hills Flyfishers