Christine and Hanspeter Streich
In 1996 we moved here from Switzerland to fulfill our dream. We wanted to run a Bed & Breakfast with a touch of Europe in the heart of the Black Hills. Hanspi had a landscape architecture business in Switzerland. He designed the house which was ready for operations late spring 1997. We started out with a total of 7 rooms. In 2005 we added 3 more themed rooms. We have since constantly upgraded and improved amenities and decorations in and around the house. We have always loved to have people in our home and our goal has been to provide a beautiful, peaceful, homey environment for everybody who enters and stays. Preparing wholesome, delicious food inspired by our European background has an important part in that.
Regiula with a "Black Forest Tarte"!
- to Jeff Schlukebier for his "Duct taping" and grounds keeping and maintaining the hot-tubs
- to Gerry Lucas for welcoming and serving our guests
- to Amy McConnell for doing such a wonderful job keeping up the guest rooms and the whole house
Salome Bally at the "Badlands Natl. Park"
- Many of the Photographs: by Neil Larson, Hill City - South Dakota
- Regula Bühler and Salome Bally - Switzerland
- Tina Beckhäuser - Germany.
- Text editing and Logo creation: Stefan Streich - Switzerland.
- Website maintenance - Flint Muhlhausen
NBC's Trasure Hunters Show:
Team's sequence filmed at Coyote Blues Village B&B in September 2005
- South Dakota Tourism
- National Innkeepers Association (PAII)
- B&B Innkeepers of South Dakota
- Pamela Lanier
- Black Hills, Badlands & Lakes Association
- Hill City Chamber of Commerce
- Rapid City Chamber of Commerce
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