THE NAUVOO EXPERIENCE: Whether you only come to Nauvoo once, or you are a repeat visitor, why not get the most out of the experience by staying right in the history? EXPERIENCE MORE: Late night walks, sunsets, early morning events. When you're staying in Nauvoo there's more time to relax and experience more of beautiful Nauvoo. LET NAUVOO BE YOUR GATEWAY: Use Nauvoo as your home away from home and plan fun excursions to Carthage, Springfield, Quincy, Hannibal, and beyond! COMPARABLE RATES: Nauvoo offers room rates that are competitive with our surrounding communities, when considering additional time and travel expenditures.
The Rufus Abbott Manor affords you the opportunity to stay in a Nauvoo Mormon Pioneer home! This historic home is just seven blocks from the temple and sleeps up to ten comfortably. Rufus Abbott started building this home in 1839 and finished it in 1845 just before his family left with Brigham Young to travel to Salt Lake City in February 1846. This home feels and looks like what it may have in the 1840’s thus letting you ‘Sleep Where the Pioneer’s Slept.'
This amazing turn-of-the-century home was built by Cecil J. Baxter and is still run by the Baxter family today. The decor and luxury makes it a perfect place to stay.
This beautifully renovated home is available to the wandering traveler, as well as the traveling family. It will delight the couple on a romantic getaway, or is a wonderful hideaway for those just needing to relax.
Facilities include a hot tub, free WiFi, private patio, large backyard, gas grill and a fully stocked kitchen with all you need for the finest pancakes.
Conveniently located one block to downtown shops and restaurants, a grocery store and a gas station.
The Willard Richards Inn is uniquely located in the heart of the Historic District in Old Nauvoo, the Willard Richards Inn has five guest rooms for you to choose from.