Step Back in Time
We invite you to step back in time to experience a taste of yesterday at the Proctor Mansion Inn. It was built in 1861 by Thomas Proctor, a wealthy businessman and industrialist from Providence who earned his fortune by inventing a gimbel point for screws. He and his wife, Wrentham native Zeolide A. H. Brahman, enjoyed the home’s luxury for 25 years before his death in 1886.
Daniel Brown, owner of Wrentham Straw Works, and his descendants resided at the Proctor Mansion Inn until 1991. Now you can enjoy a relaxing getaway within the historical elegance of the Proctor Mansion Inn. Filled with quality craftsmanship and set within a quaint small town, break free of a hectic pace at our tranquil inn. Our friendly, professional staff will pamper you with old fashioned hospitality.