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    Traveler's Motel

    320 Main St E, Wessington Springs, SD 57382-2185
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    May 7
    May 8
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

    Was awoken at 7 am on a saturday by what sounded like a dog being tortured outside our room. This went on for at least an hour. Then around 8 AM while we were still in bed an old man in camo barged into our...More

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    Reviewed 2 November 2015 via mobile

    Had a great stay when pheasant hunting. Clean sheets me rooms. Dog friendly. Frig and microwave. Have own entrance and park right in front. Easy to haul gear in and out. Great Springs Cafe two blocks away. Best local grown beef. Bar and bowling alley...More

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    Reviewed 24 September 2015 via mobile

    I was really hoping this would be a Mom and Pop motel, a diamond in the rough, the last really good deal in America, and it was. Sort of. This is an old strip motel that has not been updated. It is not handicap accessible....More

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    Response from TravMotel2015, Owner at Traveler's Motel

    Thank you for your feedback we are the new owners of this motel and new bussiness owners. We are very sorry your stay was not satisfactory. We are working on uprading and changing things around the motel to make them better then what was left...More

    Reviewed 9 December 2010

    Great place to stay in Wessington Springs. The rooms are clean, well maintained, owners are friendly and place you can't go wrong for the price. They are dog/hunter friendly and will work to accomidate your needs.

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    • Number of rooms
    • 11
    • Location
    • United States >
    • South Dakota >
    • Wessington Springs
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    Isaac K
    How much did it cost a night?
    20 July 2016|
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    Andy2568
    The room that is connected to the basement what room # is that? We were thinking about staying but I want to ensure its safe. Thank you!
    12 October 2015|
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    Response from TravMotel2015 | Property representative |
    It is room #10 it is a safe motel and the rooms are safe there are just 2 doors in that foyer and someone was staying in the other room so the screen door needed to stay unlocked that was just a misunderstanding the people... More
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