Contact The 1899 Inn

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Need to talk to someone right now? Call 864-210-1899. 

21 Lincoln Ave
Deadwood, SD, 57732
United States

864-210-1899

An intimate bed and breakfast in Deadwood's historic Presidential District. 

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Policies

Learn about the policies at Deadwood's 1899 Inn regarding payment, deposits, refunds, credits, and more. 

Check-In & Check-Out Times: After completing your reservation, please let your innkeepers know about what time you'd like to check in. The inn's official check-in time is 4 pm, and check-out is noon. However, we can usually accommodate special requests - just ask! 

Deposit: During the reservation process, we collect credit card information from our guests. At the time of booking, we charge that card for the first night's stay. Guests will receive a receipt by e-mail when the charge goes through. 

Cancellation: While the deposit for the first night isn't refundable, we're happy to help guests move dates around if travel plans change.

Cats: We like to be extra sure that our guests know we have cats on property. They generally don't deign our guests with their presence, but we don't want to surprise anyone with allergies. 

Historic Quirks: The house was built in 1899, and it's a restoration-in-progress. Guests will see some missing trim, sticky doors and cracked plaster here and there.

Breakfast: Most of our rates include daily breakfast in our formal dining room, but be sure to check your confirmation e-mail to be sure. If you have any dietary restrictions or requests, please note those at the time of booking. 

Children: We generally don't allow children 12 years and younger. 

Pets: We sometimes can arrange for guests with cats to stay with us, subject to the availability of some of our more private rooms. Alas, the 1899 Inn isn't a particularly dog-friendly place (wood floors, little soundproofing, and lots of stairs).