Located in the Northern Wilderness of Maine this 170 year old farm stands strong and proud. We offer first class accommodations. Our resident ghost visits occasionally. Once a safe haven linking the underground railroad in the abolitionist era. The area is wildness with much natural beauty. You can step back in time to a simpler, kinder, place. Take a walk, hike, go canoeing, look for a moose, listen for our ghost, drive thru miles of forests, or just relax. WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR WINTER RESERVATIONS. MAKE YOUR WEEKEND RESERVATIONS NOW FOR SNOWMOBILING!!!!
4.6 on September 01, 2016
Lovely B&B with many historical touches such as a claw foot tub and push button light switches. The bedroom was equipped with a television and fan. The WIFI was great. We were served a delicious homemade breakfast with fresh eggs. Lots of yummy chocolate treats were in our room. The hosts were very nice. While there we visited the Lumberjack Museum and took a drive on the Maine Scenic Byway.
4.0 on May 03, 2015
Even though this review is being written a year later we still have very fond memories of the Bradford B & B. After staying at a fishing camp for 3 nights (and having a wonderful time) we were looking forward to a more comfortable bed. This B & B had everything! We had a very comfortable night's rest and a wonderful breakfast the next morning. Their chickens provided the wonderful eggs for our breakfast. Our hosts were very friendly and we had a good time visiting with them and learning more about the area. Very early in the morning my husband went for a walk down to the general store where he joined the locals for a cup of coffee.. His cup was kept filled and the conversations were fun to hear. We look forward to going back this year.
5 on December 01, 2014
My wife was born in Patten in 1960 and spent her first 30 years there so we had to stay at Irene Bradford's House when we went to Patten to visit the relatives and enjoy the fantastic Pioneer Days celebration last summer 2014. We stashed our 12 year old son at Grammie's and spent 2 nights at this great B&B. Stephen and Filena were incredibly hospitable and the chance to stay at Irene's house was unforgettable. Thanks so much, guys, for making our stay so memorable. Great blueberry pancakes, coffee and juice and thanks so much for the tour of the entire place! It was a journey back to the good ole days!!! The house is located in the precise center of town and it made a great place for viewing the parade and visiting relatives and enjoying the Pioneer Days activities! We'll definitely see you again soon!! Lisa Heath & Ron Dovzak
5 on October 24, 2014
My parents and I stayed here while visiting relatives. The house is very nice, with so much to look at and admire. Beds were very comfortable and warm, and it felt like staying in someone's home. Every morning we had an amazing spread for breakfast including fresh eggs from the chickens on the property. Filena and Stephen were great hosts and made us feel right at home. I highly recommend this B & B if you want a great experience with beautiful surroundings.
5 on October 24, 2014
We loved our stay at Bradford House B & B. The rooms were delightfully decorated, we felt so at home there. Stephen and Filena were exceptionally attentive to our needs. The service was exceptional and we had tasty home cooked breakfasts each day. We would highly recommend you to stay there upon your next visit to ME. We experienced a beautiful Autumn vacation there. Thank you for making our trip so memorable. R. & A. Oregon
4.6 on October 06, 2014
I am a business traveler, and needed to stay close to my client’s office. I found this lovely bed and breakfast; they served yummy blueberry pancakes, with fresh orange juice. When I returned in the evening, I found fresh baked cookies and my room tidy (what a treat). The rooms are nice and clean, and Filena and Stephen are great!
4.4 on August 04, 2014
This Bed & Breakfast is clean and welcoming, and it feels very cozy. Our room was sunny and bright in the mornings, and I thought the bed was really comfortable. This was my first B&B experience, so I don't have much to compare on, but I really couldn't think of anything I would have changed. The one thing I did notice is how quiet the location is. Even though the house was full of guests, we never heard a thing from the other rooms and I even asked our hostess if we were the only ones there. Note: Because we were on a really busy schedule, I didn't actually get to try the food!
5 on September 21, 2013
What a nice place to stay in Patten. We enjoyed our stay at The Bradford House. Filena & Stephen were great hosts. The bed was comfortable and the breakfasts were tasty and filling too! We look forward to staying there again. Thank you!!
4.6 on September 10, 2013
I recently stayed at The Bradford House Bed & Breakfast in Patten, Maine, and found it to be a wonderful B&B. It was clean and comfortable. The hosts/owners were pleasant and attentive. The breakfasts were fantastic. There is nothing like those farm-fresh eggs or their delicious home-made blueberry pancakes! All in all, a relaxing and enjoyable stay which I would highly recommend.
5 on August 19, 2013
Charming,warm, and comfortable. Caring owners with attention to details. Hoping to make a return trip next year. You feel as though you are travelling way back in time, with owners who "get it",fully appreciating their property,and offering you the opportunity to do the same.
$120 - $145
$120 - $135
$120 - $125
$120 - $125
Your second floor suite comes with a queen sized bed, cable television, wireless internet and access to a full bathroom, a small refrigerator and coffee maker. Our guests can access the front parlor, front porch, dinning area and the grounds for their enjoyment. We offer free wireless internet and parking. We are located in downtown Patten where there is a church, post office, bank, grocery store, gift shop, restaurants, hardware store, pharmacy and medical clinic and The Patten Lumbermen's Museum. You can enjoy the evening while watching the sunset behind Mount Katahdin. We are within minutes of breathtaking waterfalls, lakes, ponds and mountains. There is no shortage of activities such as fly fishing, hiking(Baxter State Park is home to the end of the Appalachian Trail), 4 wheeling, snowmobile trials, canoeing, kayaking, boating and sightseeing where you can discover our diverse wild life.
Nightly Rate: $120 - $125
Nightly Rate: $120 - $125
Mt. Katahdin, Entrance to Baxter State Park, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 95 miles
95 north to Patten exit. Turn left and drive about 10 miles we are the 5th house past the post office on the same side of the road. We are 400 feet up off the main road with our Bed and Breakfast sign by the street
Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Nearest mall an hour away, Golf Course 20 minutes, Photographers Paradise, Picnic area, Religious Services
Cottage, Historic Inn, Farm
Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Private entrance, Telephone, Videos , Picnic area, Refrigerator for guests, Front Parlor/ reading-game room, outdoor firepit, guided 4-wheeler trail rides, snowmobile trails
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Hairdryer, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Northern Wilderness, Nature at its greatest, Moose-Deer-Bear-Partridge-Lots of wildlife, Mt. Katahdin, Arcadia National Park (2 hours away), Baxter State Park, Snow shoe trails, Whitewater Rafting