Vacation in Greater Atlantic City

If adventure is what you are after, then take a trip to Atlantic City, NJ and experience lodging and hospitality at a bed and breakfast inn. Whether you are planning a weekend getaway for two or weeklong vacation for the entire family, Atlantic City, and the region surrounding it, is full of opportunities for fun and excitement. Spend a day exploring the many shops and restaurants along the nation’s most famous boardwalk or soak up the sand and surf beachside for an afternoon. Take in a headliner’s show at the historic Boardwalk Hall, cheer on the Boardwalk Bullies, Atlantic City’s hockey team, or be amazed during a visit to Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum.

Of course, no visit to Atlantic City would be complete without taking some risks in one of the city’s 12 casino gaming resorts. After you have seen and done everything within the city’s limits, branch out to some of the region’s other unique attractions. Specifically, take some time to explore quaint New Jersey villages such as Smithville or Mays Landing. These towns, and others like them, offer visitors a quiet retreat, historic architecture and plenty of antique shops, specialty boutiques and unique eateries to enjoy. Among the sights and sounds of this region, you will find some wonderful bed and breakfasts associated with New Jersey Inns.

Colonial Inn

The Colonial Inn is an elegant 18th-century-style bed and breakfast that is within walking distance of all 60 shoppes and 7 eateries that make up Historic Smithville. We have amenities such as oversized steam showers, bubble tubs, outdoor decks, and lakeside views. Each room has luxurious linens, T.V., individual climate control and private bath. A continental breakfast is served each morning in a country basket and each afternoon an endless cookie jar and beverage are served in the cafe’. The Barn, a Country Inn is a sister house to the Colonial Inn and has rooms with 2 queens or a queen and a daybed. You have 27 rooms in all to choose from when staying in Historic Smithville.