Why stay downtown among tourists when you can be a short walk away and experience a neighbourhood where all the hip and artistic Haligonians live? Bright & spacious one-bedroom apartment, with a comfy queen-size bed, located in an eclectic area with trendy shops, micro-breweries, restaurants, central bus stop all less than 5 min walk away and a 20 min walk to downtown.
A great base for making day trips to Peggy's Cove, Lunenburg, Mahone Bay, Annapolis Valley and lovely beaches.
The Busch House is a registered Heritage Property and one of Halifax's oldest homes. There's a spacious and airy bedroom with a queen sized-bed, newly renovated bathroom with clawfoot tub, comfy living room with a pull-out sofa bed, original art and a good-sized and fully-equipped kitchen.
High-ceilings, hardwood floors, good quality cotton towels, sheets and pillows. There are lots of tourist brochures and a thorough list of Amy and John's favourite places in the neighbourhood.
A pack-and-play is available upon request.
Guests have full access to the apartment.
Kontakt z gośćmi
We will be available to answer questions and give tips as desired.
Amy and John are warm, adventurous and well-travelled people who love to tell people about the cultural, outdoorsy and unique things to do and see in Halifax and throughout Nova Scotia. Amy grew up in small-town NS and likely knows exactly how to find whatever cool little cafe, waterfall, beach, chowder, artist, band, antique shop, vegan restaurant, hike, etc you may be looking for - so feel free to ask for any tips!
Inne ważne rzeczy
There is not a television in the apartment, but there is wifi. It is a 20 minute walk to downtown. It has one queen size bed. A pull-out sofa-bed and a pack-and-play are available. The space is best suited to couples, singles, 2 friends and small families.
Children will find a playground across the street, and another 2-3 nice playgrounds within a 5 minute walk. There's a big playground on the Halifax Commons a 10-minute walk away.
Getting to/from our place from the airport via public transportation is fairly easy. Contact us for details or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN): Airport bus and we're a short bus ride away from both the Dartmouth Bridge Terminal stop and Scotia Square stop.
Please wash the dishes you use.
We're knowledgeable, adventurous and well-travelled Nova Scotians who are very involved in our community. John is an independent web-designer and Amy works for the Nova Scotia government on strategic transportation/public health policy. We set up our professional life in Nova Scotia so we can surf, play and work in the same day!
We love meeting people and giving insider tips on the amazing cultural, outdoorsy and unique things to do and see in Halifax and throughout Nova Scotia. Amy grew up in small-town NS and likely knows exactly how to find whatever cool little cafe, waterfall, local-food, beach, chowder, artist, band, antique shop, vegan restaurant, hike, etc you may be looking for.