Discover a Great Place to Stay in St. George Historic Charm with Modern Amenities Fun Model-T Whirlpool Tub in the Phileas Fogg Suite Outdoor Space for Social Distancing

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Enjoy our Beautiful St. George, Utah Bed & Breakfast

Conveniently Located Near Ancestor Square

At The Mulberry Inn, you can step back into the past to imagine life in St. George’s finest home.  This beautiful 1873 mansion has been restored to its original grandeur and is once again ready to be shared with bed and breakfast guests.

Each of our seven guest accommodations offers a unique theme and private bath (our favorite bathroom is in the Phileas Fogg Suite with its jetted tub fashioned from a real Model-T Ford). Guests also love the ambiance and character of the Sherlock Holmes Suite in the attic and the private balconies of the Elizabeth Bennett, Josephine March and Alice Suites.  Every room tells its own story.

The Mulberry Inn B&B is conveniently located just one block from St. George Boulevard in a quiet neighborhood close to shopping, restaurants, and other activities. Ancestor Square is across the street with art galleries, shops and St. George's finest restaurants. Many of St. George's best things to do (Main Street shopping, Town Square Park, Brigham Young Winter Home, Pioneer Courthouse and Green Gate Village) all are within easy walking distance.

Tour Our Rooms
Tour Our Rooms

Each of our seven bedrooms is decorated with a unique theme. All rooms have a private bath and four rooms also offer a private outdoor balcony or porch.

Red Rock Sand Dunes
Southern Utah

Enjoy the art, history and landmarks of
St George or visit Snow Canyon State Park, the large reservoir at Sand Hollow State Park or Zion National Park.

History of the Inn
History of the Inn

The Mulberry Inn, built in 1873, is known by the Washington County Historical Society as the Edwin G. Wooley / Charles F. Foster home.

Mulberry Inn Blog...

I am so excited for this time of year.  Flowers are popping up and the trees are budding. The temperatures are in the 60’s and 70’s. It is a great time to be in Utah’s Dixie. They call it that because the early settlers started out growing cotton down here. You won’t find cotton fields, but you will definitely find the local gardens are going in because...

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