3.8 on December 17, 2012
I stayed there a couple of times about a decade ago. I can't remember which rooms/houses we stayed in, but it was a great experience each time. Each unique house is beautiful and clean. The breakfast was very good, and the location is nice for taking walks in town.
5 on November 18, 2012
I enjoyed my two nights while staying here. The staff is super friendly and the food is great. I stayed in the Christmas Cottage, which was a great place to stay. I will come back again, and I recommend this to anybody wanting to stay in Southern Utah. Judds store makes great soup and breadsticks. Five stars by far.
4.8 on September 27, 2011
Stayed in Tolley Cabin for 5 nights in September, 2011 at the start of a two-week trip northward through Utah, and we can only echo the positive comments made by others. Our cabin faced into Green Gate Village's meticulously maintained courtyard and overlooked the swimming pool. The entire property is warm & welcoming, with an extra room in the cabin for larger families to stay together if needed. It's just a short walk to the main house for Ed's sumptuous breakfasts - no need to stop for lunch with his eggs, French toast, waffles, meat, fresh fruit, juices and other goodies at the start of the day. Green Gate Village is centrally located in St George, across the street from the tabernacle and one of the best city parks we've ever seen, complete with its own water features and a carousel. It's easy to access the interstate for day trips to Zion & Bryce, and for a full-day trip to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Parking is plentiful & close to your room; it's a one block walk to the center of St George's downtown shopping and restaurant area. We were fortunate to get tickets to "Grease" at Tuacahn (spelling?) on the way to Snow Canyon State Park, and this outdoor venue should not be missed when you are in St George. Lindy can score you discount tickets during the season - it's well worth the evening's attention. In short, Green Gate village was one of the best B&Bs we've stayed in in the USA. if you are coming in either direction to/from Vegas and want to relax in comfort for a few nights, put this B&B on your short list.