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The Bradford House B&B


Photo By: Filena Singer



Welcome to The Bradford House. The Bradford Farm was established in 1840, with the barn being built first followed by the main house. Today it is listed in the National Historic Registry. The massive 110 foot long barn is post and beam construction.The home features three levels above the rock and concrete cellar. This includes 4 beautiful, big, airy bedrooms, 3 complete bathrooms, front parlor, dining room that seats 24, main kitchen, summer kitchen, and private living quarters for the inn keepers. The farm sits on 17 acres of beautiful fields, lawns, flower gardens, and woods.The little village of Patten,has a population of just under a thousand and offers a variety of conveniences as well as several churches.The area is well known for wild life, Baxter State Park, and Mt. Katahdin. This is still known as The Great North Woods and boasts 1000's of miles of 4-wheeler roads, and groomed snowmobile trails. Fishing, hunting, camping, photography, nature trails, canoeing, and just enjoying unspoiled nature, is what we are all about.


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We offer lovely, big rooms, 2 with queen size beds,1 with a king size bed, all have their own flat screen tv/dvd player. Our beds are piled high with cotton sheets, fluffy down comforters, hand crocheted bedspreads, hand made quilts, and soft fluffy pillows. The rooms are all decorated reminiscent of their time, and boast fresh flowers from the flower garden upon your arrival. We provide a goodnight fold down service and homemade cookies with hot tea before bed. If you care to soak in the original claw foot tub with the water heated by the wood stove "Alice" it is there for your pleasure. You will feel like you have stepped back in time to a kinder, gentler place, from the moment you arrive. The front parlor is for the exclusive use of our guests and has stacks of Maine reading along with the local town reports dating back to 1904. There is a small t.v. in the parlor for our guests that can not survive with out a quick check of what's happening in the real world. The smell of bacon, fresh ground coffee, muffins, or banana-pecan pancakes, will make your sensory glands jump with excitement and hunger!!!! A tour of the 17 acres that have a beautiful field, some woods, a small stream, flower gardens, a 110 foot long barn built in 1840 by post and beam, and many other old original buildings will give you a nice walk before breakfast. 



"Alice" The wood cook stove installed in 1910
"Alice" still sets in the main kitchen



Located in Patten,Maine



Village of Patten
Methodist Church as you leave Patten


Moose Information: A Bull Moose stands six feet tall and weighs in excess of 1000 lbs. He grows his antlers all summer and they may reach 75lbs., and measure more than 6 feet across. He eats up to 50lbs. of leaves, twigs, and bark daily, but will still lose one third of his body weight during the winter. A moose can swim for miles holding their head above water. The native Algonquins gave the Moose its name. Moose means "he who eats of trees and shrubs". The Indians believed the moose were good omens and that if you dream of one you will live long. 


Sunset behind "The Bradford house"
photo by: Filena Singer [2002]



a snowy scene
photo by: Filena Singer



entrance to "The Bradford House"
100 year old maples



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