Those who want to admire nature should book Super 8 By Wyndham Custer/Crazy Horse Area, which is an affordable option with views of the garden and is situated near hills, forests and parks. To see some of Custer's natural beauty, consider booking a hotel next to Native American Educational and Cultural Center, such as a budget-friendly Bavarian Inn Black Hills, situated within walking distance of forests and hills.
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Where to stay in Custer?
Best cheap hotels in Custer
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For visitors who are interested in exploring the downtown of Custer, Rock Crest Lodge And Cabins is a popular choice.
If you wish to stay in Custer near popular tourist attractions like a museum, a tower and monuments, then Days Inn By Wyndham Custer is within walking distance from there as well as 850 feet from Grace Coolidge Creek. Gold Camp Cabins is set 15 minutes' walk to National Museum of Wood Carving and offers a cozy apartment with a picnic area and complimentary parking.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Custer
Eo Bungalows, Black Hills in Custer is a 4-star luxury property with a patio and a free private parking lot which is a 20-minute walk from Miracle Whtie Buffalo. For travelers who enjoy glamor and style, a hotel such as Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Custer near Flintstones Bedrock City is a perfect choice.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Poncho'S And Lefty'S Hideout is a great B&B with views of the terrace, situated within a short walk of Rushmore Tramway Adventures. If you want to be near St. John the Baptist, pick Rocket Motel, which is a good option for families and just a 5-minute walk away. If you are looking for a comfy resort hotel in Custer, consider Econo Lodge Custer, which is also within 5 minutes' walking distance of Art Expressions.