The Colonial Inn is the perfect location for a relaxing retreat and a little fun! We are located in Historic Smithville a Towne of over 60 shops and 5 eateries. Once you arrive at the Village everything is right outside your door just follow the cobblestone path. Just 12 Miles from the excitement of Atlantic City or the relaxing beaches of the Jersey shore. The rooms at the Colonial Inn have ammenities such as bubble or soaking tubs, steam showers, and outdoor decks.In the mood for a paddle boat or carousel ride..we've got it!! We have something for every one.
Luxurious Premiere Lakefront Room with Queen size bed, High quality linens and bedding,private bathroom with bubble tub and steam shower, TV, DVD & VCR combo, telephone, alarm clock, iron & board, hairdryer, and more... A Continental breakfast is served between 8:00 and 10:00am in a lovely basket and snack of coffee, tea and cookies is served between 3:00 and 5:00. The Colonial Inn and your room are located in the middle of Historic Smithville with its over 60 speciality shops and 7 eateries.
Nightly Rate: $99 - $149
This quaint room has a queen sized bed and a lakeside veiw. Decorated for the colonail time with pictures and antiques. You have free wireless internet along with free local calls.A Continental breakfast is served between 8 and 10:00am in a lovely basket and snack of coffee, tea and cookies is served between 3:00 and 5:00. The Colonial Inn and your room are located in the middle of Historic Smithville with its over 60 speciality shops and 7 eateries.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $149
This scenic room has an outdoor entry off a semi private porch area as well as entry into our Common Area. This room offers a large over sized spa shower which makes it handicapped accessible as well.Luxorius bedding and Colonial in design this room has all the modern amenities to make your stay an enjoyable one. A Continental breakfast is served between 8 and 10:00am in a lovely basket and snack of coffee tea and cookies is served between 3:00 and 5:00. The Colonial Inn and your room are located in the middle of Historic Smithville with its over 60 speciality shops and 7 eaterier
Nightly Rate: $99 - $119
Described as one of our most quaint rooms, room 108 displays all the charm and coziness of late Colonial décor.There is a semi private outdoor deck with seating. Free Wireless internet and local calls are included. A contintal breakfast is served between 8:00 and 10:00am aranged for you in a basket and an afternoon snack of coffee, tea and cookies. All of this is located right in the middle of aHisotic Smithville Village home to over 60 shops, 7 eateries a carousel, train, paddle boats and more....
Nightly Rate: $99 - $119
Elegant Ground Floor Room with Foyer Entry.Two Queen Beds with Luxurious High Quality Linens and Bedding. Individual Climate Control, Refrigerator, Microwave and Coffee Maker.Free local calls and wireless internet. Our Colonial decorated rooms located at the Barn are perfect for family getaways. A Continental breakfast is served between 8 and 10:00 in a lovely basket and snack of coffee tea and cookies is served between 3:00 and 5:00. The Colonial Inn and your room are located in the middle of Historic Smithville with its over 60 speciality shops and 7 eateries
Nightly Rate: $129 - $179
Elegant Second Floor Room . One Queen and One Day Bed with Luxurious High Quality Linens and Bedding. Individual Climate Control and Refrigerator, Microwave and Coffee Maker. Private Bath and shower combo.Free Wireless internet and local calls. A Continental breakfast is served between 8 and 10:00 in a lovely basket and snack of coffee tea and cookies is served between 3:00 and 5:00. The Barn and your room are located in the middle of Historic Smithville with its over 60 shops, 7 eateries, train, carousel, paddle boats, arcades and more.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $149
4.6 on August 27, 2013
My Fiance and I spent two days at here. It was very peaceful and the service was excellent. I recommed this place to anyone. Also the price is great for what they offer.
5 on July 06, 2013
I last minute, decided my 10 yr old & I needed a Mommy/Daughter weekend. We were greeted upon arrival by 'The Innkeeper', Tracey, the sweetest, most welcoming greeting I have ever received staying ANYWHERE! Each room was more spectacular from the next! I am a VERY picky traveler, a stickler on cleanliness; everthing was just immaculate. I didn't even use my lysol I bring when I travel, & every room, as we toured some the last day, smelled so sweet. Each employee treated us as if we knew them forever & could not do enough for us! From the quaint light breakfast served in a beautiful basket to enjoy anywhere, to the snacks served twice a day, & beverages all day. Each room has a theme and are spacious & invitingly comfortable, we enjoyed just relaxing in our room, not a normal tendency for a 10 yr old! Most stores at Smithville offered a discount for staying at the Inn while some offered a complimentary gift! It was so unexpected, but a lovely gesture! Tracey and the employees really helped to make this one of the best times of our lives! The shops are owned & operated by the sweetest people, they also made you feel special just because you stopped by their store. One of the best part of this gem is the cost! It is sooo reasonable, I felt guilty paying so little, we were happy to put the extra toward the staff for making the stay that much more enjoyable! If you are looking for a romantic get-away, or a family vacation, I cannot reccomend a finer place. The restauants were fabulous, and the location is 15-25 minutes from many places. Please, treat yourself and call today, ask for a description of their great rooms! Thank you Tracey, and all of your fabulous employees, for helping to make our mini-get-away a time we will never forget! My daughter was so sad to leave, which is testimony in and of itself, as she gets homesick very easily. We both had to pry ourelves away! See you in October! Many, many thanks-Pamela
4.6 on January 22, 2013
My husband and I spent our New Years Eve at Fred & Ethlels. We booked our room reservation well in advance and decided on The Carousel Room. The room was very clean, beautiful view of the lake and the Christmas lights. Did not hear any noise considering we were right by the entry door but I could see how that would be a problem for someone else. The only dirty thing I saw was the big window that was up very high as I laid on the bed. I would not hesitate to go here again, especially for a romantic night. Coffee, muffins and juice in the morning when we woke up....I love this place, and best of all was listening to Jesse Boyington on New Years Eve at Fred & Ethels..the sirlion dinner and crab bread was wonderful...hope to see you soon...5 stars outstanding Mulholland's 2013
4.0 on October 21, 2012
I chose this B&B because I needed an overnight for a business conference in AC and did not want to stay at the casino. I arrived late but Tracy, the manager was still waiting for me when I arrived. I appreciated her accomodating attitude and friendly disposition. The room was very nice and the bed was comfortable, and I slept well. In the morning, I was not able to have breakfast, but I did get a great cup of coffee and had a nice conversation with the attendant. This B&B is located right in the middle of all the Smithville shops and is convenient for all of the activities in town, and AC. However, if you like secluded and quiet, it may not be what you are looking for. I loved the room, but found it a bit un-nerving that the door to my room had a large window and was on the parking lot side of the building. The curtains were helpful to give me privacy, however, they were made from a knitted product that was a bit see through. Overall, a very nice place.
4.6 on July 22, 2012
Stayed in room 204, very clean, beautiful. Staff are very friendly. Nice variety of restaurants and taverns. Had a great time at Fred and Ethel's Lantern Light Tavern with Lefty Mann as entertainment. Over all a great experience can't wait to go back.
5 on July 20, 2012
My husband and I have been going there for 8 years. We love it there. The staff is very nice and courteous. We keep going back because we always have a relaxing time. We never worry about the rooms they are always clean and stocked with everything you would need. You can just park your car and walk the village. Its best to go when its Mayfest or Octoberfest very crowded. But all and all a lets forgot our worries getaway.
3.8 on January 03, 2012
This was our first time there, my husband and I went for our 33rd anniversary. It was so nice with the light show on the lake, everything was decorated for Christmas and so pretty. We stayed in the barn, the room was decorated so cute, country and very spacious. It was very quiet in our room especially for a busy Saturday night. I wished we could have stayed an extra night. We are already planning another trip in a couple of months. The employees are so nice and helpful. The picnic basket was charming. If you are looking for a place to visit and possibly spend the night you won't be dissapointed at all.
2.0 on April 12, 2011
Having muffins and coffee available in the morning does not make you a bed & breakfast, and I am really surprised to see it rated so highly here. For the price, you can do much better, and the inn is surrounded by a tourist trap full of overpriced junk and bad food. Everything looks and feels completely fake - like you're staying in third-rate theme park. The heating/A&C unit was incredibly loud and the rooms were so bright at night that we got terrible sleep both nights we were there. Customer service was ok, but the bar had already been set so low that it wasn't that hard. Hands down the most disappointing "B&B" I have ever been to.
I was surprise and sorry to hear that you had such an unpleasant stay. Almost daily people share with me why Smithville is special to them, I wish that you could have found the same type of enjoyment here. Smithville has over 7 eateries including the well acclaimed Smithville Inn along with over 60 specialty shops set in a Historic Theme, a fun train and Carousel and an ice-cream shop, I am surprised to hear that none of this appealed to you. There are many different types of Bed and Breakfast and it sounds like the Colonial Inn was not a good fit for you. I am sorry that this quaint village and the Colonial Inn and the 60 shoppes and the restaurants where such a disappointment, we like to think we have something for everyone. There must be a b&b that will meet your expectations, there are so many different types. I hope you take time to browse BedandBreakfast.com it is a great web site and find some getaways that meet your expectations.
4.2 on February 21, 2011
i was very happy while at the colonial inn.. the off season rates are very reasonable. we stayed in the fritz room and it was very nice and cozy as well as clean. the only thing i would change would be to have a dvd player in the room..the site said the room came with a dvd player so we rented some movies to watch while we stayed but there was none in the room..also i have been to b&b's that leave refeshments and snacks out all night but it was only out from 3 to 5.. there was ice but no water or tea out... other then that we had a wonderful time and the staff was very nice and accomidating.
5 on December 09, 2010
This was a "girls' week-end' of shopping and fun. There were three of us, and we had a wonderful time. The room was great, the breakfast filling, but not "stuffing", the village beautiful and the shopping was WONDERFUL!!!! We all were able to do some great Christmas shopping (also shopping for ourselves) at shoppes that were REASONABLY priced, and offered merchandise that was not the ordinary "mall " merchandise. We plan on returning within the next two months to bring someone else with us, and to return each year at Christmas time for our "girls' weekend". And last, but certainly not least, everyone in the Village was so nice and very helpful. And the dinner at Fred and Ethel's hit the spot- and was certainly a cozy, quaint restaurant. Can't wait to get back!!!
In-Towne Facility in the Village, Village
Atlantic City, NJ (ACY) 9 miles
Garden State Parkway South: Exit 48, puts you on Route # 9. Continue approximately 4 miles to light at Moss Mill Road. Turn right onto Moss Mill.....CVS on corner. Go slowly (.2 mile) you will see our building, Gray Clapboard w/ Blue trim & Clock Tower. Turn right into our parking lot and enter through the Cafe
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Area Golf Courses, Atlantic City( 12 miles), Beaches(15 miles), Picnic area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Conference Rooms , Bubble Tubs, Thermosol Steam Showers, Double Soaking Tubs
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos
Bird watching, Canoeing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Video Arcade, Water sports