Off the beaten path, this charming, historic hotel is a clever collection of early nineteenth century townhouses. All rooms are unique in layout and size and there is an evident effort to marry contemporary creature comforts with the historic and warm ambiance. Add fine bath/bed linens, the best pillow top mattresses, and a thoughtful breakfast buffet and your stay at The Halliburton will be memorable. A discreet, naturally lit meeting space seats twenty.
'Stories', a Halifax best kept secret, is a favorite destination for those serious about food. Recommended annually in “Where to eat in Canada”, this off-the-lobby restaurant offers signature seafood and game in intimate rooms. Tucked under a canopy of mature elms, a hidden garden court is a refreshing escape from the busy downtown. Daily cheese boards, savoury charcuterie and seafood selections from the dining room are seamless matches for the thoughtful al fresco offerings of micro-brews and wines by the glass.