We invite you to step back in time to experience a taste of yesterday at The Proctor Mansion Inn. Built in 1861, The Proctor Mansion Inn is a striking example of Second Empire French Victorian architecture. Amazingly preserved and lovingly restored, it provides a glimpse of grandeur from days gone by. The Proctor Mansion Inn is set within a picturesque new England town midway between Boston and Providence. Many local attractions contribute to Wrentham’s newest label as a ‘destination’. Perhaps you’ll decide to shop at nearby antique shops, the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, and the Patriot Place complex. Or choose to enjoy fine dining, stroll on the town common, or take a dip at the local beach. Maybe you’re in town for a Patriots game or visiting family. You’ll find the Proctor mansion Inn to be conveniently located in a lovely small town with grand offerings!
4.0 on June 08, 2016
We enjoyed our recent stay at the inn. It has lovely rooms and a good location for sightseeing in that region - close to the Cape, Newport RI mansions, Wrentham outlets... The hospitality of the staff was very good. Felt a little uncomfortable that we could not lock our room during the day when we were out... Breakfast is served in a beautifully restored Victorian dining room where the service is friendly, but a bit awkward. Food is 'ok', but not anything special. The owners and staff have many future plans for the inn's restoration and expansion of service offerings. Parking is a bit awkward with the current lay out...
4.4 on September 18, 2015
My wife and I needed a place to stay for one night as we were dropping off our son at boarding school. Originally we were planning to stay downtown but couldn't find a room since every hotel was sold out due to the Patriots opening game. Fortunately we found the Proctor Mansion Inn through bedandbreakfast.com which turned out to be a perfect accommodation and was only 1/2 hour from campus. Deri handled the reservation communications in a timely manner and with the appropriate amount of detail. The breakfast she prepared really hit the spot. Brian (the owner) made a point to stop by our table during breakfast and spent about 30-minutes telling us fascinating stories about the property and its history. The Proctor Mansion Inn has so much character. We stayed in the Gold Room, which I later found out was the Master Suite for Mr. Proctor back when he lived there. We met a very nice couple who were also impressed with the property. I really respect how much passion Brian has for this place. You can tell that it's his life's mission and that he's dedicated to making the guest experience as positive as it can be. We will travel from Philadelphia to New England many times in the coming years and plan to stay here again. Two thumbs up and many thanks.
5 on September 22, 2014
Wow! The Proctor Mansion is an amazing place. The owners are lovingly restoring this gem of a property to its original grandeur, located right in the heart of the town. The innkeeper was very helpful. The breakfast was great. Can't wait to return!
5 on January 31, 2013
My husband & I spent on 38th Wedding Anniversary at this wonderful & unique B & B. The breakfast and service were excellent and we are coming back again real soon.
5 on April 20, 2009
My daughter and I went away for a shopping weekend at the Wrentham Outlets... and stayed over at the Proctor Mansion Inn. All we can say is it is a spectacular place with incredible personable service. Comfortable beds, quiet/private quarters and a delicious pampered breakfast feast each morning. Will come back and stay again and again. Rest and relaxation ... with major pampering!!! Great local shopping as well. Hope you stay and get a chance to experience what we had...
14 ft ceilings, original wood pocket shutters and period antiques adorn this elegant queen room with private bath. In-room cable TV, phone, AC, internet access and tea service provide modern comforts amidst this Victorian elegance. Complete with servant’s bells still hanging from the 1861, the Proctor Mansion Inn is situated in Wrentham center overlooking the town common and Gazebo. Step back in time to enjoy the peaceful beauty of this grand mansion and get pampered!
Nightly Rate: $179 - $199
Nightly Rate: $179 - $199
Furnished with one King bed with unique details and period antiques. The walls and ceilings are works of art, hand-crafted in rich Victorian elegance. Pocket shutters grace the original 1860’s windows. All rooms equipped with a private telephone line, cable TV, A/C unit, wireless internet access. Small fridge available upon request. All bathrooms supplied with soap, shampoo, conditioner, & hairdryer.
$189 - $209
Countryside, Small town
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 22 miles
From Boston: Take I-93 South towards Quincy. Take Exit 1 to merge onto I-95 South towards Providence, RI. Take Exit 9 and merge onto Highway 1 towards Foxboro/Wrentham. Slight Right at Main St. Continue on East Street. Turn Left at Rt-140. Slight Left on Common St. Arrive at 36 Common St. From Providence: Take I-95 North towards Boston, MA. Take Exit-6B to merge onto I-495 North towards Worcester. Take Exit-15 for State Hwy-1A. Stay Right at the fork and follow signs towards Wrentham Rt-1A. Stay on Rt-1A/South Street. Turn Right at Common Street. Arrive at 36 Common Street.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Night life, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Piano, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Concerts, Concerts, Concerts, Letterboxing, Ice Skating, Indoor & Outdoor play areas