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The Proctor Mansion Inn was built in 1861 and is now a bed & breakfast which 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’.

Wrentham, United States - June 14, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Wrentham MA June 14, 2019- 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, be entertained at a nearby theater, or hike the many local trails. Maybe you’re in town for a game or performance at Gillette Stadium…Or simply enjoying a relaxing visit with family… You’ll find the Proctor mansion Inn to be conveniently located in a lovely small town with grand offerings!

Brian Fitzgerald , owner of the Proctor Mansion Inn recently stated “The restoration continues at the Proctor Mansion. Because of the important historical nature of the structures, we are very careful to bring back the beauty of the building to exactly how it appeared 158 years ago. It’s a labor of love that requires lots of patience.”

The Proctor Mansion Inn is an Eco-Friendly Inn. They take pride and make tremendous effort to offer earth friendly choices whenever possible. They are pleased to offer a hearty New England breakfast served hot with all the fixings! In addition, you can enjoy home cooked cookies in the afternoon.

Visit our reservation info at: https://proctormansioninn.com/lodging/

The restoration efforts continue at the Proctor Mansion Inn. The historical, 19th century French-Victorian home includes an elegant L’Enfant ballroom. Among its notable details are an ornamental, original millwork, and an intricately designed ceiling medallion reminiscent of Victorian life.

The original wallpaper was a hot pink and beige embossed paper. The recently updated wallpaper, chosen to capture the original look, is beige and white paired with hints of pink. A local artist has completed the restoration process of the faded paint on the large ceiling medallion. Original hues of pink, green, and blue have been delicately painted, bringing the medallion back to life. It is once again a focal point of the L’Enfant ballroom and source of much conversation.

Entertaining was an instrumental part of Victorian life. The ballroom is a perfect venue for parties, weddings and meetings. Guests revel in the restored beauty of the room, charm, and hospitality of the inn. Overnight guests enjoy a Victorian breakfast in the ambiance of the ballroom or formal dining room.

Many guests and visitors fully appreciate the beautification and will be inspired to choose the Proctor Mansion Inn for their next event and/or overnight stay. The original owner, Thomas Proctor, would be well pleased!

See what the guests have to say about the Proctor Mansion Inn at: https://proctormansioninn.com/testimonials

Stay tuned for another upcoming project…a capital campaign for the Carriage House renovation.

Enjoy a YouTube video of the Proctor Mansion Inn.

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Proctor Mansion Inn

36 Common Street

Wrentham, MA 02093

877-384-1861

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Name: Brian Fitzgerald
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Organization: Proctor Mansion Inn
Address: 36 Common Street, Wrentham, MA 02093, United States
Phone: +1-877-384-1861
Website: https://ProctorMansionInn.com

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