A Historic Hotel Experience
What Other are Saying…
“We stumbled upon the Halliburton House after having met by accident on the train. The train was a little piece of magic, but coming here right from the station- paradise.”
A. Lamfrey, Montreal, Quebec
The Halliburton is an “interesting” alternative in upscale lodging in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia. Our intimate setting, the history of our buildings and our welcoming staff will set the perfect stage for your visit to our city.
Our registered heritage townhouses date back to 1809 when Sir Brenton Halliburton served as the first Chief Justice of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. His Library now welcomes our visitors with a cup of locally roasted coffee and crackling fire.
On a quieter street in downtown we are a short stroll from the historic Halifax waterfront but still close to popular restaurants and shops. Many historic attractions such as the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and Pier 21 are within a ten minute walk.
Call it Bed and Breakfast meets Boutique Hotel! We are not your typical lodging. Our rooms range from intimate to extra large and all guests feel very much at home relaxing in our cozy library (with complimentary Internet) or in our sunny garden courtyard for our “serve yourself” honour bar.
Our guests say it best when asked what brings them back. From our delightful complimentary breakfast and gourmet coffee to our renowned dining room ‘Stories’ we believe that remarkable food is an essential part of travel. Make sure to ask about Chef Scott’s “Seafood trio” or grilled Labrador caribou with bison raviolis.
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