The seasonal Black Friar, tucked on a Bar Harbor side street overlooking a parking lot, is a yellow-shingled home with quirky pediments and an eccentric air. A former owner “collected” interiors and installed them throughout the home, including a replica of a pub in London with elaborate carved-wood paneling (it’s now a common room); stamped-tin walls (look in the breakfast room); and a doctor’s office (now one of the guest rooms). Rooms are carpeted and furnished in a mix of antiques; most are smallish, though the big suite features nice paneling, a sofa, wingback chair, private porch, and gas fireplace. Other rooms sport such touches as rose-tinted stained-glass windows, brass beds, and a sort of mini spiral staircase. The least expensive units are the two garret rooms on the third floor. The inn is also home to a small restaurant and pub.