Abigail Duniway Room
The Abigail Duniway Room at Abigail’s Bed and Breakfast Inn is warm and welcoming accommodation situated at the front of the B&B and decorated in lovely shades of butterscotch, red and taupe. With a comfortable King bed or cozy twins, this guestroom is suitable not only for couples, but also for friends travelling together. It’s especially ideal for girlfriend weekend getaways or vacations to Oregon wine country. The room’s relaxing comfort, along with the wonderful views of the hillsides and Rogue Valley, make it easy to feel at home. A comfortable seating area provides a brief respite from a busy day at the theatre or from shopping. The private bath has a full tub and shower. As only in a Victorian 1904 room, the washbasin is situated in a small, well-lit alcove. Tea/Coffee Facilities as well as cable TV have been provided for your comfort.
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A Little History…
Abigail Duniway was known as the “Grand Old Lady of Oregon” in her last few years before passing away some days before her eighty-first birthday in 1915.
Abigail Duniway was a well-renowned suffragette. She arrived in Oregon in 1852 along with her father and eight surviving siblings. Unfortunately, her mother and small brother died during the horrendous journey on the wagon train. However, she lived long enough to see women vote in Oregon. Both the Duniway Park and Duniway Schools of Portland and McMinnville honor her memory. In the Hall of Fame of “The League of Women Voters” her name is inscribed on a bronze plaque, and in World War II, a large landing craft was named for her. She is mentioned often in many books on women’s rights, in which where her achievements are best described.