Located in the heart of Californias 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 Californias most impressive and authentic "Living-History House-Museum" of the Victorian experience - an 1888 National Historic Landmark - Abigails "Elegant Victorian Mansion," a Northern California lodging experience. Sharing some of its luxurious bedrooms, it has also become, for a fortunate few, Eurekas most popular and prestigious lodging accommodation. Like many Boutique Inns of this calibre, a two-day minimum stay is required. All of the rooms are smoke-free and for non-smokers only. Each of the four bedrooms is filled with quiet, unpretentious luxury. Each immaculately clean room has been beautifully restored and tastefully decorated; its original elegance enhanced with the discreet addition of modern conveniences. (To keep you "plugged in" to the modern world, there is free WiFi internet access and Charging Docks in all rooms.) All have period furnishings, queen-sized beds (with luxurious new Heirloom mattresses), a desk, a sitting area and a private bath. Most have views overlooking Eureka, Humboldt Bay, the Samoa Peninsula and in the distance, the Pacific Ocean. All are colored with history and famous personalities. 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. If interested in this ride, be sure to ask about it when making your reservation and again during your Check-In. This antique car ride lasts approximately a half hour; there is no extra charge for this fun-filled nostalgic ride through yester-year. Its all part of the Inns inter-active, living-history experience. When was the last time you rode in a "Rumble-Seat"? For travelers 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 hours 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:


Address: 1406 C Street

City: Eureka

State: (California) CA

Postal Zip Code:

Country: USA


Innkeeper: Doug and Lily

Toll Free: 1(707) 444-3144