The Nauvoo Grand Bed & Breakfast

Just up Parley Street from the Midwest's largest collection of restored historic preservation sites, nestled behind a canopy of 145-year-old trees, sits an unexpected historic treasure, the Nauvoo Grand historic bed and breakfast in Nauvoo, IL. Please call today and make your reservation to enjoy the best of Nauvoo in an intimate historic setting surrounded by idyllic orchards and vineyards!

This turn-of-the-century home was built in 1904 by Cecil J. Baxter whose family had come to Nauvoo with the Icarian movement in 1855. The Baxter home was built over an old Mormon homestead that was originally on the site.

Today, the Baxter home has been transformed by Cassie and Kent Barrett into luxury accommodations, offering the grace and intimacy of Victorian times. Perched on a gentle rise, the Nauvoo Grand is still surrounded by the Baxter family vineyards and sits directly across the street from Illinois' oldest winery, owned and operated by fifth generation of the Baxter family, Brenda & Kelly Logan.

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Latitude: 40.542816 Longitude: -91.369376 Elevation: 662 ft
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Kim Orth

Breakfast Style Served

Full and Hearty Breakfast

Range of Rates

$125

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

The Nauvoo Grand Bed & Breakfast is managed by Nauvoo-natives, Brenda Logan and Kim Orth, who also operate the oldest winery in the state of Illinois, Baxter's Vineyards. This home was built by members of the second generation of the Baxter family in 1904. Brenda is a member of the fifth generation of Baxter's and Kim is a member of the sixth generation of Baxter's. 

Accessibility Notes

As this home is a turn of the century home, it is not handicap accessible. There are two stairs to enter the home. 

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome with approval from the innkeepers.

Seasons Open

Open all year

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