Plan your next (or first) stay in historic Bangor, Maine at the area’s newest inn!
Lovingly renovated to preserve the original architecture and charm, each spacious room offers the opulence of a modern hotel paired with the ambiance of old New England charm. Located in the heart of downtown Bangor, The Tarratine Inn on French Street is within walking distance of fine dining and pub fare, craft beer breweries, shopping, theater, museums, concerts, and more. All rooms are completely private at the Inn and can be booked individually. Shared spaces include the lounge area.
♦ Free Off-Street Parking ♦ Free Wifi
♦ Light Continental Breakfast ♦ Kitchen for Guest Use
♦ Community Dining Room & Living Rooms
♦ Beautifully Decorated with Antiques & Artwork Throughout
Second Floor Queen
Third Floor Double
Third Floor Queen
♦ Plush Bedding & Towels ♦ Flat-screen TV with Cable
♦ Comfortable Seating Area
♦ Air Conditioning ♦ Keurig Coffee Maker
♦ Clock Radio ♦ Name Brand Bath Products
Originally known as the Stetson-Graham House, the building that now houses The Tarratine Inn on French Street was designed by prominent late 19th to early 20th century Bangor Architect Wilfred E. Mansur. Built for Lumber Baron Isaiah K. Stetson, it survived “The Great Fire of 1911” and was restored by Architect C. Parker Crowell for entrepreneur John R. Graham Esquire.
The Tarratine Inn on French Street is a historic structure in Bangor’s Great Fire District. Stewardship of this wonderful building’s historic integrity has not allowed us to make our building handicapped accessible. We pledge to make every effort to honor all reasonable accommodation requests for our guests.