My husband and I checked in late, but the inn keepers were very prompt and hospitable in assisting us to get settled and recommend a late supper venue for us. St. George is a very nice town and we enjoyed our stay at this B&B. The breakfast was scrumptious.
We stayed in the Amanda suite. It was very spacious and filled with antique furniture. The bed is quite comfy and the room was quiet. We barely heard the people above us. The inn is walking distance to St. George Blvd. where you can find great shopping and dinning. Breakfast was very good. Vanessa was very kind and fun to speak with. Can't wait to come back in November.
We stayed in this B&B while visiting family. They served up a wonderful and filling breakfast which made a great start to our day. The houses were beautiful; and our room (Mary) was quaint and perfect for our needs. We would definately book a room here again when we come down to visit family in the future. Thank You!
We spent two nights at 7 wives with two other couples and all were very pleased with our accommodations. The Inn is clean, comfortable, and quiet. Each room is different with its own special charm. Breakfast was an excellent experience with good coffee and a creative entrée. We would recommend this B&B without reservation.
Great location near the bus loading and the finish line for the St. George Marathon. The staff was very polite and easy to speak with. The room was clean, yet did not loose its century old charm. We will stay there again.
In town forithe St. George Marathon. Staff was wonderful, room was great, locatuon was perfect for the race. Staff was familiar with the needs of the runners and provided an alternate breakfast. Will use again if we run the marathon again!
We stay at B&B's on all vacations and this one did not disappoint. It is one of our favorites of all we have had the pleasure of staying. We will definately be back. From check in to check out, everything was spectacular.
We went to see Mary Poppins at Tuacahn amphitheater and a place to stay for the night. What a pleasant surprise up find comfort and a bit of history in the same place. Breakfast was yummy. Wish we could have stayed longer BW from Texas
We stayed in the Ada Cottage for a few nights for our honeymoon. It was perfect! I enjoyed the seclusion and my wife really loved the décor, the flowers, etc. We really loved the breakfasts they served....good variety and good coffee! The location was also great...off the main street and quiet, but still close enough to walk/drive to a lot of cool stuff. The staff was great too./they were friendly and knowledgeable about stuff in the area....and they have a wide selection of movies that they will bring right to your room at no extra charge! I would definitely go back there again!
It was so fun to stay at the seven wives inn where i was taken a step back in time-- The rooms were lovely with their old fashioned furniture and decor- the staff were very friendly and informative. We stayed in the harriet room where we had our own private balcony. I loved it. The only bad thing about our stay--- it appeared that the tub had not been cleaned out very well. And so it made me wonder about the rest of the room---how much care had been taken to clean up the rest of it.
The Lucinda Room was spacious, comfortable, and welcoming. Vanessa's hospitality, as in the past, was friendly, genuine, and generous. Visiting Seven Wives is like coming home where you are the guest of honor. We look forward to our next visit!
We are back for our 3rd stay !!! Look forward to next year . We now make an annual trip to to Tuachan to see the plays and to stay at 7 wives B & B to celebrate our anniversary . This year was my husband turn to pick a room and we stayed in Sarah!!! What a treat a jaquizzi in a Model T Ford !!!! We look forward to catching up with Vanessa over a fabulous breakfast ! (You must try the bake Oatmeal and the Parfait 2 of our favorites!!) Service is great and everyone we meet is pleasant !! Thanks for a great stay ...see you next year !!!!
I've stayed in several B and B's and although the Seven Wives Inn is a cute, historic place; we really missed the other special touches we were used to at other places. -there was no afternoon tea/snacks offered. We always loved this part, as it gives you a chance to meet innkeepers and any other guests. -breakfast was strictly served only between 8 and 9am. Also, you must pick your eating time and menu choice upon check-in the day before. Found that a little regimented for a vacation-type B and B. -coffee not offered until 7:15am. Some of us older folk get up early and NEED coffee upon waking. -coffee was also offered "to-go"...at a price of $2. I understand needing to cover costs for styrofoam cups, but they should be worked into the room charge. You can get "to-go" coffee at any fast food restaurant for only $1. -we weren't taken to our room. Just given directions. Had to search for an ice machine. (Please note we were pretty much the only people staying in the main house. Doors were open to all other rooms and they were unoccupied.) -breakfast was delicious and plentiful. We just wish other things were given as much attention.
I enjoyed stayng at the Seven Wives Inn. I was travelling alone, and always look for a B&B that makes me feel at home. It was a good choice! I stayed in the attic room - spacious. The breakfast is to die for!!! I had the crepe with the wipped cream and red fruit coulis.... mmmm... I had enough energy to get me through the morning. Ample parking in front of the Inn, safe neighbourhood, walking distance to dining... Reasonably priced as well. Many thanks!