Harbour House are spacious one bedroom furnished apartments in a contemporary building that features all the conveniences of home making this the ideal extended stay solution. Hardwood floors compliment the tastefully decorated living spaces and all fully furnished suites have inviting living rooms that make you feel right at home. Spacious bedrooms are furnished with queen size beds that are draped in quality bedding and linens. Enjoy a fully equipped kitchen complete with plenty of cupboard space. Enjoy having the comforts of an in-suite laundry facility, something most extended stay hotels do not offer. You’ll like having a private balcony that overlooks the Halifax harbourfront. Located a few steps away is The Piazza at Bishop's Landing, restaurants and boutique shops. You can grab a coffee or latte at the café across the street and then enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk leading to the historic Pier 21.
- Quality Furniture and Contemporary Decor
- Fully Equipped Kitchens
- Entertainment Centers with TV, DVD and Stereo
- Quality Bedding and Linen
- Spacious Bedrooms with Queen Size Beds
- Shared Floor Laundry Facilities
- Dedicated Workspace
- Bi-Weekly Housekeeping Service
- Complimentary Wireless High Speed Internet
- Free Digital Cable
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Nightly, Weekly and Monthly Rates Available
- Private Balconies
- Shared Floor Laundry Facilities
- Indoor Parking Available
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The many restaurants, cafés, boutiques, and history that reside in our vibrant downtown and waterfront are all within walking distance of this ideally appointed property.
Harbour House is located directly across the street from The Piazza at Bishop's Landing with restaurants and boutique shops at your doorstep. You can grab soup and a sandwich or a latte at Smiling Goat Organic Espresso Bar, or enjoy a teppanyaki dining experience at Hamachi Steakhouse. Bishop’s Landing is also home to the only retail location of locally owned and operated women’s clothing line Alexa Pope.
The Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk is perfect for strolling. A working port featuring one of the world’s longest downtown boardwalks, the Halifax waterfront is open to the public 24 hours a day. Head south (right as you face the water) on the Boardwalk for a few minutes and you will find the Halifax Seaport Farmer’s Market, which was established in 1750, and is open daily. Wander just a little further and you’ll come upon the historic Pier 21 – Canada’s Museum of Immigration.
Whether you are looking for perfect gift or a sweet treat to satisfy an early morning or late night craving, Choco Café is conveniently located next to the main entrance of Harbour House.
Looking for world-class theatre? Halifax’s Neptune Theatre is Atlantic Canada’s largest professional regional theatre. Productions like Once and Beauty and The Beast run from mid-September until late May and often well into July each year.
While staying in Halifax, we recommend visiting one of the many historic sites like the Citadel Hill National Historic Site, the 18th century fort with its strategic hilltop location has a commanding view of the Halifax harbour, and numerous activities for the whole family.
Founded in 1820, the famous Alexander Keith’s Brewery is one of the oldest breweries in North America. Take a tour and learn more about the brew, the history and Alexander Keith himself.
The Halifax Central Library is the newest architectural centrepiece of the city’s downtown core. The $57.6 million, 129,00 square foot facility has won numerous design awards and features cafés and a 300-seat auditorium in addition to the standard collection of books and digital resources.
Enjoy your time in our neighbourhood, and please don’t hesitate to ask us about other attractions, events and businesses in the area.