Sage Hill Bed & Breakfast / Country Inn
Sage Hill offers lunch and dinner prepared with homemade goodness to in-house guests on a 24-hour advance reservation basis. We also serve groups of 12 or more with prior notice. Entrees are required to be pre ordered. Sage Hill has a on-site wine and beer license. Sage Hill is a non-smoking establishment. Most major credit cards are accepted.
Sage Hill is for those who appreciate leisurely dining in a country inn setting. The owners, Jackie and Brad, are self taught chefs and by trial and error experimentation have developed their own special style. The highly imaginative menu at Sage Hill changes every six months with emphasis on fresh, quality ingredients and presentation attractive to both eye and palate. Many entrees are original creations while others are adaptations of original classics.
A former teacherage has been converted to a dining area, with seating for 20 with panoramic second story views of the rolling countryside. For larger groups, the gymnasium has been turned into a reception hall which can accommodate seating for 75. Guests may converge in the original library area for relaxation or quiet conversation. Sage Hill is located on a winding country road, a little off the beaten track, but well worth the drive. Whether a private dinner for two, a party or reception, an evening spent at this very special place is one to remember.
Sage Hill was again awarded "Blue Ribbon" restuarant status for 2003-2004 for our high quality standards for food & cleanliness by the First District Health Unit in Minot ND.
The North Dakota Wheat Commission and the State Mill awarded Sage Hill as the recipient of the 2000 Bread Winner Contest for serving distinctive high quality bread to its patrons. Sage Hill has been featured in the North Dakota REC/RTC magazine and newspapers statewide. Jackie and Brad have made guest appearances on Prairie Public Radio and local TV stations. They have appeared as guest chefs on Prairie Public TV and host cooking classes at the Gourmet Chef in Minot. Sage Hill recipes are solicited by the Food editor of the Minot Daily News on a regular basis. Sage Hill events have been featured in Midwest Living Magazine and the AAA publication “Far and Away”.