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Map pinDeadwood · South Dakota
4.9 · 
Deadwood's 1899 Inn: Mistress's Chamber
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Deadwood's 1899 Inn: Mistress's Chamber

1899 Inn

Room TypeRoom type
Private room

This second-floor room has a queen bed, antique furniture, closet, and internet-connected cable television, with three large west-facing windows. A newly-renovated private bathroom is attached, with a single-sink vanity and shower. The house is in Deadwood's historic Presidential District, which is only a six-minute walk from the city center but has beautiful views of the surrounding pine-covered hills. 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 sights, 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 six 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.). The second-floor Mistress's Chambers is a recently renovated space with a queen-size sleigh bed, antique bedside tables, a closet, and an internet-connected HDTV with cable and streaming apps. Large west-facing windows overlook the neighborhood and the pine-covered hillsides that surround Deadwood. The en suite private bathroom, renovated in 2022, has a toilet and walk-in shower. There's a single pedestal sink in the room. This room can be booked independently for up to two people, or it can be reserved along with the adjoining Master Suite to create one large space suitable for up to five guests. The two suites have an optional connecting door that can be opened or closed as needed. See our listing for the Master Suite here on Airbnb, or ask us when you make your booking for more information. In addition to the room, guests will have use of the main floor common spaces, which include two parlors and a dining room. There's also a covered porch on the front of the house. The innkeepers live on-site in their own quarters, and they're available by phone or text to help with anything you need. The house is located in Deadwood's historic Presidential District. The Adams House museum is just a block away, and most homes in the neighborhood date from the late 19th century. Most of the main attractions in Deadwood are less than a mile from the house, and very accessible by walking. Walking is the best way to get around Deadwood, but the town also has a public rubber-wheeled trolley system. Trolleys stop at the bottom of the hill below the house, roughly a three-minute walk, and rides cost $2. Full plated breakfast service in our formal dining room is included with your reservation. The menu is chef's choice and varies each day, but often includes fresh-baked sourdough bread. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or requests when you make your reservation. The City of Deadwood doesn't allow our guests to park on the street, but there's a small private parking lot behind the inn. If your party has more than one vehicle, or if you have an oversize vehicle or trailer, please let us know when you book. We can direct you to a free public parking lot three blocks away with plenty of space.


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