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Experience the marriage of serenity and convenience in prestigious Portland Hills. Wake up to a breathtaking panoramic waterfront view of Morris Lake, only minutes from everything you’d need; including rapid transit, grocery stores, playgrounds and first-class schools.
In the heart of an established subdivision just off Portland Street in Dartmouth, Morris Lake Vistas offers a glamorous escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, with the comfort and convenience of an easy commute.
- Two bedroom & two bath + den (den furnished with double Murphy bed)
- 1255 square feet
- Open concept living
- Hardwood Floors throughout
- Digital cable
- Flat Panel TV/CD stereo DVD
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Dedicated work space
- Complimentary wireless high speed internet
- Private telephone line with free local calling and voice mail
- Bedrooms furnished with queen sized beds
- Walk-in closet off master bedroom
- Murphy bed in den
- Quality bedding, linens and towels
- Laundry facilities located in suite
- Large private balcony
- Lake views from living room and both bedrooms
- Fitness facility
Obtenez 1 000 Aéroplan Primes Miles avec des séjours de 30 jours ou plus
Détails du Quartier
If you can take yourself away from the breathtaking waterfront view from your Morris Lake Vista suite, there is so much to explore in Portland Hills and neighbouring Dartmouth communities.
The Wooden Monkey is a local favourite because their menu is so diverse there is something for everyone. They buy only fresh, locally-grown produce and only work with suppliers who are committed to human health and the environment.
For two distinct takes on the pub experience, we recommend The British Bulldog Gastropub, which as the name implies adds a trained chef’s gourmet flare to its menu items like curried asparagus mac and cheese or braised lamb sheppard’s pie, it also has a dozen beers and ciders on tap. Jamieson's Irish House & Grill is a much more traditional pub with made-from-scratch eats, single malts and local, indie beers, gourmet burgers of the month, and corkage-free bring your own wine Mondays and Tuesdays.
Finding a hair salon in a new city can be daunting. The stylists at The Hills Bowtique have experience and a solid reputation.
For the very best of locally produced goods, home style baking and a good dose of Maritime hospitality, you have a choice of either Harbourview Market on Saturdays and Sundays, or the Farmer’s Market every Saturday, located on the Dartmouth waterfront adjacent to the historic Dartmouth Ferry Terminal at Alderney Landing. Alderney Landing is a community cultural centre with a theatre, art gallery, marketplace, outdoor stage and plaza and event space.
If you are looking for a unique gift for that special person that can’t be found anywhere else, you’ll find crafts, jewelry, clothing, toys and housewares by local artisans and international artists, check out MaryAnn’s Gifts.
Dartmouth Players is the only community theatre in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. They produce at least four shows a year.
A trip out east isn’t complete without a round or two of golf. The Brightwood Golf & Country Club offers a Donald Ross design in the heart of Dartmouth; an eighteen hole par 71 course. While Lake Loon Golf Centre has been named the Halifax Regional Municipality’s Best Range and Mini Golf.