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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"Our annual sister's trip was terrific this year! We loved staying at the Hidden Treasure house. It was perfectly situated to see all the sights we managed to see: the Black Hills countryside via Iron Mountain Road, Mt. Rushmore Monument, including the night lighting show, Crazy Horse Monument, visited and poked around fun/funky old mining/western towns, enjoyed exploring Custer State Park with a picnic lunch at Sylvan Lake, saw the mountain goats at Needles Hwy. tunnel, some really big and up close bison, deer, antelope, & turkeys. The property was comfortable and cozy, and had everything we could need for a vacation stay, except for intermittent cell phone service at that spot; maybe that was a good thing since we were "on vacation!" The rock shop next door was fun to browse through. We enjoyed the goats, ducks, and chickens right behind the unit. Staying at the Hidden Treasure made this trip very memorable for the four of us!"
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 20, 2015
"It seems great vacations happen at great vacation homes, and our trip here stands out as the best! This property has the PERFECT Black Hills location; private and secluded yet only 15 minutes from Rapid City. You can experience the characteristic beauty of the black hills right outside your door; limestone bluffs, mountain stream, breathtaking rock formations, and wildlife. We enjoyed reading on the lovely wraparound decks, listening to the stream and hiking directly from the yard. Our kids loved the swimming hole and the loft. We found the home to be very clean, beds very comfortable, and kitchen well appointed. The owners go out of their way to be kind and hospitable while respecting their guests' privacy. This home allows for the quintessential Blacks Hills vacation, and we plan on staying again!"
Guest: Micah B.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 8, 2015
"There were 3 of us, a couple and a single. We each had our own bedrooms, with a full bath both upstairs on main level and downstairs where bedrooms are located. All the necessities were in the kitchen, and since we had planned on cooking, were pretty surprises to see lots of additional touches in the cupboard, even a crock pot! Ah and the location - we could WALK to the little grocery store, our favorite restaurant (Bobkat's Purple Pie place). The only disappointment (and obviously this is out of landlord's hands) was a few places that we were eager to try had already closed. Such a small price to pay for going out of season, thereby avoiding the crowds. And Julie (our main contact) told us about the begging burros in Custer State Park, a highlight of our trip.
We would all definitely recommend this property."
Guest: Evelyn O.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 3, 2015
"There was nothing we didn't love about this cabin! The area was absolutely beautiful. I could stand at the kitchen sink and watch a doe and it's fawn every evening. It was so very peaceful. Connie was wonderful.we got delayed in our arrival do to road construction and when I checked, I had a message from Connie, concerned because we were late, and she stopped by the next morning showing us everything about the cabin, and attractions we may enjoy in the area. We didn't use the fire pit, but enjoyed just sitting there watching turkeys on the hill right behind us. This trip was for our tenth anniversary and was perfect. Great location to attractions."
Guest: Tiffany F.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 31, 2015