Centrally located, well maintained premises, very friendly and accommodating staff, nice continental breakfast in a beautiful setting (though some variety of food day to day wouldn't hurt). The buildings have Victorian charm and homey atmosphere, yet they don't feel 'old'.…
My wife and I stayed at the Halliburton just after Christmas for a fun evening in Halifax. We arrived a little early and were able to check in and find a parking space behind the main building - the hotel was not bust that night. It was freezing out but our little room on the…
This was our first stop on our trip in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and it set the tone for the rest of the month. The room was very comfortable, breakfast was good, and the people friendly. We weren't far from the touristy harbor area, so finding great restaurants was easy.
Had a pleasant one night stay here. The rooms were clean, warm and large. The hotel itself is comprised of three older historical houses, and each appears to have had significant work done to update them...although more modernization could be done. Our room was on the main…
The room was spacious in a separate building from the main. The breakfast was good and staff friendly. The room was clean and bed comfortable. Parking tight behind the Inn. In walking distance of the harbor area.
"There are two parking areas, one on the hotel grounds and a larger area a few blocks away. It's first come first to get a parking spot."
"The stairs are narrow and can challenge the elderly."
"Ask for a newer room. Ours was in the back part of the house and thus had not that much light in the room."
"If you can get a room towards the backside of the hotel it will be quieter (but not as good a view)"
"Ask for a room with a balcony!!"