PIERRE, S.D. – Visit The Barn Bed and Breakfast where you will find history, heritage, hospitality and a barn to sleep in.
Originally built in 1924, as a horse and dairy barn, The Barn B&B still has its original "barn" look. Located on the Lewis and Clark Trail and in the middle of the Native American Scenic Byway, The Barn offers beautiful scenery, wide open spaces and a rich history for visitors to enjoy.
“The Barn is a great place to get away from it all,” said Judy Parker, owner, The Barn Bed and Breakfast. “You can visit local attractions, pick mulberries and wild plums, play fetch with our farm dog, Toby or just sit on the porch swing and watch the clouds roll by.”
Four rooms, each with their own private bathroom and 1900s décor, await visitors to The Barn B&B. The loft area of the barn has been modified into a lounge equipped with a pool table, board games, a kitchenette and four single bunks.
With a location close to the Missouri River, this area provides for excellent fishing, hunting, horseback riding, hiking and biking opportunities. In addition, local attractions showcase the history and heritage of the area.
“We are close to many historical and cultural attractions,” continued Parker. “The Lewis and Clark Trail, Fort Randall Cavalry Post and German Hutterite Colonies are just a few of the area attractions that make this a great place to visit.”
If you are looking for beautiful scenery and relaxing solitude, The Barn Bed and Breakfast is the place to visit. For more information contact Judy Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org , (605) 337-2483 or visit www.bbonline.com/sd/thebarn.
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