The Proctor Mansion has teas throughout the year. Be forewarned, you will not need dinner afterward. Tea started promptly at 3:00 with a mimosa followed by scones and tea. They serve their own version of Devonshire cream which is lighter and very good. There was a nice assortment of teas including some "new age" teas like rooibos. That's not how I roll. I'm an old fashioned Earl Grey girl. The scones were followed by an assortment of sandwiches. I especially enjoyed one with asian pear and pistachios. There were young people in attendance who were suspicious of the sandwiches and they were offered p.b. & j. and Nutella. One girl even frowned on the Nutella! That's a tough customer! The tea concluded with brownies, lemon squares and chocolate covered strawberries. The owner offered a tour. The mansion itself is full of beautiful details such as hand painted ceiling decorations and ingenious pocket shutters. It is not on the scale of the mansions of Newport. This was clearly a family home, but it is still quite a showpiece. The upper floor which was the servant's quarters is in the process of being restored and that was very interesting to see. If you are interested in the restoration of old homes or Victorian architecture or furniture, it would be a great place to stay. I live nearby, so, unless I'm having my floors refinished, I probably won't be back to stay, but definitely back for tea. For those who don't know the area, Wrentham is a very small quiet town, but there is a huge outlet mall on the edge of the town, great places for apple picking, several antique stores and is very close to Gillette Stadium and Patriot's Place. Patriot's Place has the Patriots Museum, CBS Scene, great restaurants and stores like Bass. There's a lot to do in this area. It takes about 40 minutes to get into Boston and about 30 minutes to get into Providence which is a nice little city with many architectural gems.