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Deadwood's 1899 Inn: Maid's Room

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Stay in one of our two queen bedrooms on the second floor. Both are cozy rooms with wood furniture, warm tones, and large windows with plenty of natural light. Please note that these bedrooms share a large tiled bathroom.

Lo spazio
The 1899 Inn is Deadwood's only turn-of-the-century inn with full breakfast service. Nestled in the town's Presidential District (all the streets in the neighborhood are named after American presidents), the house is in one of the oldest and most prestigious quarters in the city. No more than a five-minute walk from the important stuff, including the casinos and historic buildings on Main Street, the Adams Museum and the Mickelson Trail. The Adams House is just five houses over, and Mount Moriah Cemetery, the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, is a few minutes walk to the top of our hill.

The home itself is one of the biggest Victorians built in Deadwood, with seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. It has original woodwork and stained glass, but we've updated and modernized the plumbing (endless hot water!), HVAC (central heat and air conditioning!), and electrical. It was constructed in 1899 by H.B. Wardman, one of those rich-but-never-famous Deadwood businessmen who was mayor of the town in the 1920s. The house still has a lot of the original fixtures and 19th century technology (call bells, gas lighting fixtures, etc.).

This listing is for either of our two second-floor guest bedrooms. The Maid's Room is room is a little smaller than the other bedrooms in the house, but has a queen bed and antique walnut-and-marble dresser with mirror. Views are of the historic barn next door, the meadow behind the house, and uphill to Mount Moriah Cemetery. The Nursery Room, across the hall, is also a queen bedroom. It is a little bigger and has tall, bright, bay windows. If you book this room in the summer, you could be in either room. If you have a preference when making your reservation, please send us a note!

The bathroom isn't en suite - it's a short walk down the hall - and it has a large clawfoot tub and heated tile floor. Use of the bathroom is shared between these two rooms, which means you may be sharing with strangers. Don't worry - our guests are very polite and courteous! If you have any questions about this arrangement, or would like to specifically request either the Maid's Room or the Nursery (or both!), please send us a note before you reserve, and we'll be happy to try and help you out! Please note that we cannot guarantee one room or the other for Instant Bookings made without a previous inquiry, but we promise both rooms are comfortable, and the bottle of bubble bath is available to everyone!

Other bedrooms in the house are available as their own Airbnb listing, including two king rooms on the third floor and the cozy old library on the ground floor.

Because it's an old neighborhood with limited space, there isn't any off-street parking. There's always plenty of room on the street in front of the house, but be sure to let us know if you've got a large trailer or RV.

Accesso per gli ospiti
In addition to your room, most of the first floor is common space. There are two sitting rooms - one with a large-screen TV, one with a gas fireplace - and a formal dining room with a large oak table. There are also two covered porches with seating areas and a small patio with outdoor dining table. The laundry machines are available for your use, upon request.

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Breakfast is provided during the summer months, June 1 through September 30, and during special events in the winter (New Year's weekend, Valentine's weekend, Mardi Gras weekend, St. Pat's weekend, Memorial Day weekend). Winter reservations (October 1 through May 31) do not include breakfast, though hot coffee and tea are always available. We can often arrange for breakfast during the winter for an extra fee. Please send us a note if you'd like more information!
Stay in one of our two queen bedrooms on the second floor. Both are cozy rooms with wood furniture, warm tones, and large windows with plenty of natural light. Please note that these bedrooms share a large tiled bathroom.

Lo spazio
The 1899 Inn is Deadwood's only turn-of-the-century inn with full breakfast service. Nestled in the town's Presidential District (all the streets in the neighborhood…

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21 Lincoln Ave, Deadwood, SD 57732, USA

Deadwood, South Dakota, Stati Uniti

Deadwood's Presidential District got its name because the streets in the neighborhood are named for every American president from Washington to Lincoln (with two exceptions - if you're traveling with a history buff, challenge them to figure out who they are). It was Deadwood's trendiest neighborhood from the 1890s through the 1920s, and most of the homes here date to that period. It has some of the biggest and best examples of Victorian architecture in the city. Because of the gold mining industry, the homes here were built with the latest technology, including telephones, natural gas, and electricity - newfangled stuff back in the late 19th century. A lot of fancy pants Deadwood residents had homes in this neighborhood, including Seth Bullock - you know, that brooding guy with a gun in the HBO series. Mount Moriah Cemetery is at the very top of the neighborhood, and being the place where Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane are buried, it gets a lot of tourists. Yes, it's busy, but it's a beautiful cemetery, and it's definitely worth the hike up the hill. Tour buses make frequent trips up and down our street in summer, sometimes stopping out front of our house to let people take picture of the architecture. It's very Truman Show. Main Street is a five-minute walk away, and there are plenty of saloons, restaurants and casinos (the kind with poker, blackjack, keno, roulette, and craps) there.
Deadwood's Presidential District got its name because the streets in the neighborhood are named for every American president from Washington to Lincoln (with two exceptions - if you're traveling with a history…

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    We're a very low-key place. We love chatting with guests, but being introverts, we also know that some guests really prefer their privacy. If you'd rather be in your quiet space by yourself, no problem! If, on the other hand, you'd like to chat about Deadwood history and play a game of Settlers of Catan with us, we're usually on board with that, too.
    We're a very low-key place. We love chatting with guests, but being introverts, we also know that some guests really prefer their privacy. If you'd rather be in your quiet space by…

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