- Queen and twin beds
- Private bathroom
- Third person accommodations
- 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 Duniway Room Rates for 2017!
Winter / Spring Rates from February 14 through April 30 – $155 per room
Spring / Summer Rates from May 1 through October 12 – $190 per room
Summer / Autumn Rates from October 13 – November 2 – $155 per room
Winter Rates 2017/2018 from November 3 through February 13 – $140 per room
Abigail Duniway is a warm and welcoming room decorated in lovely shades of butterscotch, red and taupe, with a comfortable queen bed and a cozy twin bed, offers a restful night’s sleep. The room’s relaxing comfort, along with the wonderful views of the hillsides and Rogue Valley, make it easy to feel at home. The private bath has a full tub and shower. 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 Scott Duniway
Abigail arrived in Oregon in 1852 with her father and eight surviving siblings. Her mother and a baby brother died during the difficult journey on the wagon train. She became known as the “Grand Old Lady of Oregon” in her last years. She died in 1915, a few days before her eighty-first birthday. She was a suffragette and she lived long enough to see women vote in Oregon.
Duniway Park and Duniway Schools of Portland and McMinnville honor her memory. Her name is inscribed on a bronze plaque in the League of Women Voters’ Hall of Fame, and many books about woman’s rights describe her achievements. In World War II, a large landing craft was named for her.