- Queen bed
- Sofa Seating
- Private bathroom
- Private Balcony
- Individually controlled in-room heating/air-conditioning
- 27″ flat screen television
- Keurig Coffee Making Facilities
- Hair dryer
- Private camera secure off-street parking. Motorcycles are welcome.
Abigail Alcott Room Rates for 2017!
Winter / Spring Rates from February 14 through April 30 – $145 per room
Spring / Summer Rates from May 1 through October 12 – $180 per room
Summer / Autumn Rates from October 13 – November 2 – $145 per room
Winter Rates 2017/2018 from November 3 through February 13 – $130 per room
Abigail Alcott, a soft and serene room is decorated in subtle shades of moss, cream and rose with a lovely appointed queen bed. A sofa offers a comfortable place to relax with a good book during the day. A private balcony offers the perfect respite for enjoying the views of the Rogue Valley while enjoying a glass of wine or cup of tea. Complimentary beverages and snacks are available 24 hrs/day. Abigail’s is an environmentally friendly inn and as such we provide a daily “tidy.” See Abigail’s Bed and Breakfast Inn Photo Gallery
Abigail May Alcott was born on October 8, 1800. The youngest daughter of Colonel Joseph May and Dorothy Sewall, she was a descendant of the distinguished Quincy and Sewall families of New England. Her great aunt was Dorothy Quincy, the revolutionary belle who married John Hancock, the first governor of Massachusetts.
Abigail, or “Abba” as she was called, had a passionate temperament, a fine mind and a generous heart. She felt keenly the injustices of the world and worked energetically for various causes, especially to help the poor, for women’s rights, temperance and abolition. Louisa said of her mother as a social worker in Boston, “… she always did what came to her in the way of duty and charity, and let pride, taste, and comfort suffer for love’s sake.” Mrs. Alcott is the beloved “Marmee” of Little Women. To her four daughters she was “the most splendid mother in world.”