Verlyn and Cindy Bourne have owned and maintained the motel for the last fifteen years. One of the last Mom & Pop’s in the Black Hills, The Lazy U is a real gem. They have given the little motel a charm that is rare in today’s bustling world. Parked out front, a 1954 Chevy Truck greets you, complete with The Lazy U logo. Cindy’s grandfather owned the truck brand new and she learned to drive in it. You may find Cindy taking it out to the farmers market or a trip to the grocery store. Restored from a former farm truck to The Lazy U Mascot, the Bourne’s are always glad to use it for photo backgrounds.
Transported back in time upon entering the lobby. You will you find reasonable prices and friendly faces. A personal greeting awaits you by the family themselves – Cindy, Verlyn or Cindy’s cousin, Jackie. Travelers can enjoy a cool drink and lively conversation and a slew of maps and brochures. After check-in, receive a real key with a throwback-bright-turquoise key fob. The Bourne’s and their family members delight in making your stay a most enjoyable one.
You will feel right at home and part of the family. Enjoy gleaming rooms, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and room-front parking. Verlyn, the Routemaster, or one of his understudies will be glad to map out your day trips. Hike, bike or visit the many beautiful sites and attractions in The Black Hills. Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse only the beginning of your Black Hills adventure. After a long day of adventuring, come home to a cool, clean room.
Enjoy the most comfortable night’s sleep that one can expect away from home. The beds, recently and often changed out for brand new pillow top sets, will leave you wanting to sleep in. Crisp clean linens and soft towels will help you to feel pampered. Hairdryers are available at the front office but you will have to bring your own shampoo. The family foregoes expensive toiletries for low price lodging.