The Colony Hospital Bed and Breakfast welcomes you to a warm and inviting retreat of peace and tranquility. Nestled in a tiny country village, The Colony Hospital Bed and Breakfast is the perfect setting for romantic getaways or a weekend mini vacation. Built in 1855 as their hospital by pioneering Swedish colonists, it has been lovingly restored, but with the comfort and conveniences of modern times added.
Charming in its simplicity, The Colony Hospital Bed and Breakfast has four cozy guest rooms (three suites), each with its own private bath and decorated with furnishings reminiscent of . . .
The Rufus Abbott Manor is an 1840's Mormon Nauvoo Bed and Breakfast built by Rufus Abbott in the early 1840's. The home has recently been lovingly restored and is furnished with a wonderful mixture of beautiful antiques and furniture. Of the original 350+ brick homes built in Nauvoo in the early 1840's, this home is one of only some three dozen still standing.
Situated near a farm on the east end of Nauvoo with wonderful surrounding grounds and views, the two-story brick home features four guest rooms with fireplaces in each of the original rooms of the home. Brick from the original temple. . .
Just 4 miles south of Historic Nauvoo, Country Pleasures Lodge offers the warmth and charm of a turn of the century hunting lodge with all the conveniences of today. Nestled in the woods overlooking the Mighty Mississippi, the lodge offers overnight accommodations in a breathtaking natural setting that ensure a worry-free stay.
Get away from the present and discover the past in Nauvoo, one of the nation's largest restored historic sites. Historical hightlights include: the Sac & Fox Indians, the Mormon movement, the Utopian Icarians and German settlers credited with starting the local wine . . .
This lovely 130 year old renovated home is available to you and your family while you enjoy Nauvoo.
Our goal is to provide a comfortable atmosphere, and to help make your visit to Nauvoo a memorable one.
Open all seasons , we encourage you to take advantage of our. . .