Make your holiday reservations now!

Genuine Smithfield “genu-shines” for the holidays with a month’s worth of festive events. Why not start (or continue) a family tradition by spending a night or two with us? The pace may be slower here, (which would be a nice change for this busy season) but with all our fabulous downtown shops, galleries, farmers market, and antiques show, there will still be ample opportunity to get your shopping list checked off. Or simply come to relax and enjoy a concert, a historic homes tour, breakfast with Santa, everyone’s favorite – the Christmas Parade, and more.

But make your reservations soon. Only nine weeks until the big day! Celebrate by savoring Smithfield’s small-town southern charm!

OUR LODGERS:

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Smithfield Station415 S. Church Street, Smithfield, 757.357.7700

Located on the Pagan River, the Station is within easy walking distance to town and offers direct access to the riverside Windsor Castle Park. This 44-room waterfront hotel offers fine amenities, luxury accommodations, unique conference space, on-site dining and shopping, a fully-equipped marina, and a diverse array of dining options.
Check out the Station’s Smithfield Packages.

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Smithfield Inn: 112 Main Street, Smithfield, 757.357.1752

The Inn has been a source of hospitality since it was built in 1752, and it’s true – George Washington really did sleep here. Spend the night in one of the Inn’s historic rooms or suites, and enjoy a made-to-order southern-style breakfast, lunch, or dinner in the newly-renovated dining room or the William Rand Tavern.

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Hampton Inn & Suites – Smithfield: 200 Vincents Crossing, Smithfield, 757.365.4760

Smithfield’s new Hampton Inn features complimentary hot breakfast each morning, and a heated indoor pool. All rooms are equipped with microwaves, refrigerators and 32 inch flat screen televisions. Also offering a business center, fitness room and complimentary high speed internet access in all guestrooms and public space. Hilton Honors members receive points & miles for every stay.

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Mansion on Main Bed & Breakfast: 36 Main Street, Smithfield, 757.357.0006

Discover the delights of the Mansion on Main Bed &Breakfast’s down-to-earth atmosphere in a home built at the height of Victorian elegance (1889) and enhanced with modern day conveniences. Savor generous Southern hospitality and home cooked breakfast buffets.

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Econo Lodge Inn & Suites -Carrollton-Smithfield:  20080 Brewers Neck Blvd., Carrollton, 757.542.3091

Located just 10 minutes from Downtown Smithfield, the newly renovated Econo Lodge offers brand new furniture, fixtures, equipment, superior mattresses, 37″ flat screen TVs, WiFi, efficiency-equipped rooms, handicapped accessible rooms, and whirlpool rooms, as well as a complimentary Continental breakfast.

2015 HOLIDAY EVENTS:

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Luter Family YMCA’s “Festival of Trees”: Saturday, November 21, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m., Smithfield Center, 220 North Church Street, Tickets: PeninsulaYMCA.org/locations/luter/

“An Evening with St. Nick” Isle of Wight Museum: Friday, December 4, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., 103 Main Street, Registration: 757.356.1223

Smithfield Farmers Market’s “Christmas Craft and Food Market”: Saturday, December 5, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Bank of Southside Virginia, 115 Main Street, 757.375.3031

Christmas in Smithfield Antiques Show & Homes Tours: Saturday, December 5 & 6, Antiques Show at the Smithfield Center, 220 N. Church Street, Hotel Packages available. Details & Tickets: ChristmasInSmithfield.com

“Sing We Now of Christmas” Concert: Sunday, December 6, 6:00 p.m., Trinity United Methodist, 201 Cedar Street, ChristmasInSmithfield.com

“Victorian Traditions” presented by the Dixie Belles: Mansion on Main Bed & Breakfast, December 5 & 6, 36 Main Street, 757.357.0006

Military Holiday Concert by the Fleet Forces Band: Thursday, December 10, 7:00 p.m. at the Smithfield Center, 220 North Church Street

Third Annual Smithfield Evening Christmas Market: Friday, Dec. 11, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m., Main Street, 757.375.3031

“Junie B! First Grader” at Smithfield Little Theatre: December 11 – 20, weekend matinee & evening performances, 210 N. Church Street, 757.357.7338

Town of Smithfield Christmas Tree Lighting: Friday, December 11, 5:30 pm, Smithfield Center, 220 North Church Street, 757.357.2806

2015 Genuine Smithfield Christmas Parade: Saturday, December 12, 11:00 a.m., Main & Grace Streets, 757.357.5182

Breakfast with Santa at the Smithfield Center: Saturday, December 12, 8:00 – 10:00 a.m., 220 North Church Street, Tickets: SmithfieldKiwanis.org

Smithfield Farmers Market’s “Christmas Craft and Food Market”: Saturday, December 19, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Bank of Southside Virginia, 115 Main Street, 757.375.3031

“Gifted Art” Show at the Arts Center @ 319: Through December 31, 319 Main Street, 757.357.7707