The Grenville Hotel at 345 Main Avenue is a Grande Dame of summer hotels from the late Nineteenth Century on Barnegat Island, and is one of the true historic Jersey Shore hotels. Situated on land purchased by Anna Nunemaker for $400 in 1886, the hotel dates back to 1890, and was built by Wycoff Applegate, builder of the Bay Head Yacht Club.
The Grenville Restaurant is a classic American Restaurant in a relaxing setting. Our menu includes a huge selection of favorite appetizers, burgers, steaks, & seafood; all full of robust flavors and fresh local ingredients.
Rooms & Rates
The Grenville can accommodate a variety of stays due to the individuality of rooms and rates. All of the property’s guestrooms are equipped with their own private bathrooms, heating & air-conditioning, free wireless internet access, and flat screen televisions. The hotel is equipped with an elevator.