Our Nauvoo Home
Our Nauvoo Vacation Home, the Brickhouse Nauvoo, is a short walk from the center of Nauvoo and all in-town amenities. It is also conveniently located near Keokuk, Fort Madison and all access points in close proximity.
Brickhouse Nauvoo is a 5 bedroom, 6 bath vacation rental conveniently located in the quiet neighborhood of the Hyrum Kimball Village, less than a mile from the Nauvoo Temple. It will sleep 18 comfortably. We also offer a crib for children.
Our home has a very spacious living & dining area with a large table & plenty of room for all. The main floor has 2 bedrooms, a king bed suite with a walk in closet and bathroom and a large bedroom with 2 queen beds & huge closet. The kitchen and dining area provide all you appliances & kitchen needs with lots of seating. There is a also a 40 inch HD TV with DVD player & DVDs for some “quiet time” at home. There is a bathroom with shower with a handicapped accessible shower located on the main floor.
There are three bedrooms on the second floor, a queen size bed with a closet, a king bed suite with walk in closet and bathroom and a family bedroom with a queen size bed and two sets of bunk beds (this bedroom will sleep 6). There are 2 bathrooms with tub/shower combo and double sinks off the hall. There is also a loft with a sitting area with a couch, chair & writing desk.
The home is a geo thermal heating & cooling system and ceiling fans in all bedrooms for your comfort summer & winter. There is ample off street parking for 3 vehicles.
Phone Reservations: 1.480.703.6735
Local Manager: Sharon Cohen, 217-242-4286
Have you ever felt the same after visiting a historic site? If you have not, please make travel plans to visit beautiful Nauvoo. Over 40 historical sites await your arrival along the Mississippi River. You need to allow yourself plenty of time, so plan to stay in the Nauvoo area for at least two or three days. Be sure to note the times that the sites are open. During the evening hours, as the old saying goes, “The town rolls up the sidewalk.” As of summer 2017, historic sites are open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On Sunday, the hours are 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
We hope you choose to stay and enjoy some of the finest accommodation sure to please the individual, couples, and small and large families and groups. We are sure you will be pleasantly surprised at the number and range of services that are available to you during your stay in Nauvoo. Whether here for a weekend or a week, your experience in Nauvoo will make you feel like you are coming home.
We invite you to enjoy and feel the strength of Nauvoo. See what you and Nauvoo can bring to each other!
The Mormons, also known as the Latter Day Saints lived in exile for numerous years before settling into their well-known establishment of Salt Lake City, Utah. Between 1838 and 1839, they were on the move yet again from the persecution threats that they were facing while staying in Missouri. At that time, their leader, Joseph Smith, bought the investment expanses from Isaac Galland and Horace Hotchkiss for a 660 acre farm land from Hugh and William White. He then led his people, both longtime members and new converts of the Church to Nauvoo. At this time, many new converts were also baptized into the Mormon Church by U.S. and Great Britain missionaries.