The Smithville Inn is a wedding venue located in Galloway, NJ. Part of historic Smithville, this venue promises to treat every couple like family. Celebrants are invited to enjoy the property’s beautiful outdoor terraces and charming gazebo. Here, there is always something for your delectation. Feel a part of history as you create memories you can treasure forever. The Smithville Inn has been a mainstay of historic Smithville since its inception. Built by James Baremore in 1787, the structure was originally comprised of a single room. Over the course of the succeeding decades, the property grew in size and stature. Abandoned around the turn of the 20th century, the property was purchased and restored in the 1950s by by Ethel and Fred Noyes. Now a historic landmark, the venue is a byword for hospitality and sophistication in the community. Visitors to the Inn will be struck by its atmosphere of homely comfort. Thick wooden ceiling beams give a sense of solidity and protection. This is a building that dates back to a period when buildings were intended to endure. A stone fireplace offers a cheerful gathering place and is a stalwart defender against the winter cold. The Absegami Room, flanked by rows of windows, is bathed in natural light. The Leeds Room is ideal for more intimate gatherings. The low, soft lights are wonderful exemplars of the refinement of early America. Outside, the Courtyard offers a perfect setting for a picturesque ceremony. The trees and flowers provide a lovely frame for the happy couple. The Smithville Inn offers an array of wedding services, designed to suit your needs. The venue is pleased to host a variety of wedding services, including: religious and interfaith ceremonies, secular services, elopements, and same-sex marriages. The venue also offers food, drink, and catering facilities. Their attention to detail and their commitment to superior service are sure to enrich any wedding occasion.