Abigail's “Elegant Victorian Mansion”

Historic Lodging Accommodations,
a Northern California House Museum
in Eureka, California

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Looking for Giant Redwood trees and rugged California coastlines, while enjoying opulence and grandeur in your lodging? Well, travel to Eureka, a Northern California Victorian Seaport, and the next northward stop after Mendocino, Ft. Bragg, and the Mendocino Coast. As Capitol of the fabled Redwood Empire, Eureka sits on Humboldt Bay, mid-way between Ferndale and Arcata, California, five hours north of San Francisco.

Located in the heart of California's rugged North Coast and giant Redwood forests, here, a magic blend of spectacular natural beauty, colorful history, Victorian architectural wonders, and the roar of the Pacific Ocean all come together. And too, here is located California's most impressive and authentic "Living-History House-Museum" of the Victorian experience - an 1888 National Historic Landmark - Abigail's "Elegant Victorian Mansion," a Northern California lodging experience. Sharing some of its luxurious bedrooms, it has also become, for a fortunate few, Eureka's most popular and prestigious lodging accommodation.

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After rigorous inspections, and meeting exacting standards, ABIGAIL'S has been highly acclaimed and recommended by AAA, Mobil, Frommer's, Fodor's, NY TIMES, The WALL STREET JOURNAL, and TRIP ADVISOR, among others. The Inn has been featured on Television, Radio, and in Magazines, Newspapers and all major Travel Books. It is rated 4 Star by Chambres D'Hotes - Auberges. We look forward to your visit with us and value your patronage. By staying here you help preserve and restore an 1888 NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK. To learn more about this remarkable Inn, and why so many discriminate travelers seek lodging here, click on this link to THE MANSION.

ABOUT BREAKFAST — While formerly serving Breakfast at our Historic Inn, we now no longer serve breakfast, and have reduced our rates accordingly. Additionally, our kitchen is NOT available to guests who wish to use its facilities to cook or heat or warm their own foods, left-overs, etc. We do however, offer both hot tea and hot coffee to all of our guests in the morning and at other times throughout the day. Additionally, for guests who need refrigeration, we have a small guest refrigerator, along with a Keurig Self-serve coffee machine, in the down-stairs back hall way.

ABOUT YOUR BATHROOMS — Of the two bedrooms we have available, the Governor's Room has an 'en-suite' private bath in the room, while the Langtry Room (no bathroom in the bedroom) occasionally has a shared Bathroom with one other room. The Langtry's shared Bathroom (located next to your room) is a very large room, with large claw-foot bath-tub & shower, pedestal sink with large wall mirror, high-tank pull-chain toilet, small cabinet, a large wicker cabinet holding a large supply of towels, etc., and a large wicker sitting chair. Bathrobes are furnished in the Langtry Room.

RATES range from $135 to $145 plus $15 City Tax and must be paid in cash only. Maximum of two people per room. Children are counted and billed the same as adults.

Due to the on-going breaches in security to credit card companies, we no longer accept Credit Cards for payment. However, we will authenticate and 'hold' your card to guarantee your reservation, and only charge the card if you fail to show up for your reservation.

Interactive Living-History

For those guests who would like to add "spice" to their lives, the Inn often-times has its 1928 Ford Model A available for a ride in its "Rumble-Seat", with an adventurous driving tour of historic Eureka.

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If interested in this ride, be sure to ask about it during your Check-In. This antique car ride lasts approximately a half hour; there is a $30 charge for this fun-filled nostalgic ride through yester-year. It's all part of the Inn's inter-active, living-history experience. When was the last time you rode in a "Rumble-Seat"?

For traveler's looking for redwood trees, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, about 30 miles south of Eureka, has a 40 mile stretch of these ancient monuments of the prehistoric past. A half hour's drive north of Eureka begins the 300,000 acre Redwood National Park, with miles and miles of hiking trails, beaches, wildlife, and other natural wonders of these ancient monuments of the prehistoric past.  Photographs and information about the current status and health of the Redwood Forests can be found by clicking onto these links:

For a more in-depth review of Abigail's "Elegant Victorian Mansion" and the area surrounding it, click onto our PHOTO ALBUM

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Eureka California — Northern California House Museum

is only one of 800 historic Victorian homes found in Eureka


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Eurek California Lodging
Turkish Sitting Room, one of three parlors, screens silent movies in the evening.


Eureka California House Museum — Northern California
Redwood National Park, located near Abigail's "Elegant Victorian Mansion," in Eureka, California

Our Redwood trees are Giant — wide enough to drive a car through.


For additional information and answers to specific questions,
please click on the links below.


The Mansion | Photo Album | Slide Show | Reviews
Rates | Reservation Info | Wilderness Chalet
Wilderness Safari |Area Attractions | Travel Resource Links
About the Innkeepers | For Sale | Home Page

Abigail's "Elegant Victorian Mansion"
Historic Lodging Accommodations
1406 'C' Street, Eureka, California 95501
Phone: (707) 444-3144 * Email: EurekaLodging@gmail.com

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