at 5184 Morris Street, Halifax, B3J 1B3 Canada
Experience signature dining, charming guest rooms and contemporary amenities in a trio of downtown heritage townhouses in historic Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The historic architecture of our townhouses means that our rooms and suites are truly unique. Rooms differ in size, layout, number of beds and décor. Some rooms have wood-burning fireplaces while others have a private balcony overlooking our garden courtyard. All hotel rooms are air-conditioned in the summer months. Guests enjoy superior service and contemporary amenities in all of our rooms: • Irons & ironing boards • Premium pillow-top mattresses • Flat panel televisions • iPod enabled radios • Fine linens & bedding • In room coffee & tea • Complimentary spring water • Wireless Internet access • Snacks and goodies (charges apply) What Other are Saying… “Once again, our favourite place to rest our heads. HH is a true gem!” -M. Powell, Ontario Don't forget to visit Stories at The Halliburton. This unexpected off-the-lobby restaurant is open for casual fine dining from Tuesday to Sunday evenings and for private bookings.
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@StoriesResto Lots of space in our sunny courtyard today! Come by for our Summer Cocktail - Sparkling Bourbon Lemonade #Halifax
@StoriesResto Over half way through our scallops!! They are going quick! Come try while they last! #opencity
Love seeing the new faces around the property! Welcome to our newest staff members! We are still currently looking for a house person. Email, or drop off your resume! firstname.lastname@example.org
We have heard from diners that February’s “Snow Days” made it difficult to take advantage of Dine Around 2015. We are happy to announce that we are extending Dine Around into March for two weeks. Available March 3 – 13, our full menu for $47 per guest! Give us a call to make your reservation for this great special!
Stephanie Losier's winning love tale! Another big thank you to everyone for your submissions! One hot day in the Summer of 2002 I packed up my 2 pre-teen daughters and went to the local beach. There is an extensive boardwalk there and while they were sunbathing I took the opportunity to get my walk in while there was a nice breeze. In one of the gazebos attached to the boardwalk I noticed a very attractive man sitting in the shade reading a book. Being pretty self-conscious at the time I felt a little intimidated walking by him as I circled the boardwalk but decided to suck-it up and continue. The first pass he remarked that it was quite hot outside. The second pass he suggested I sit down in the shade and take a break, I politely declined. The 3rd time I passed him he again suggested I should sit in the shade for a moment and I accepted his invitation. We spoke for some time, long enough for the girls to come looking for me and the gazebo we were in was just off the beach so they spotted me right away. I was a little disappointed actually that our lovely conversation was going to end. The girls joined us for a few minutes and then we left to come back home again. My oldest daughter wanted to know who he was and I honestly admitted I did not know but he seemed very nice and she commented that he sure was good looking anyway. Fast forward several months and I was out for a drink with a girlfriend and the same fellow was there, sober, as he did not imbibe. He (Bernard) suggested to me that if I would like to have coffee with him sometime he was always at the local coffee shop before church every Sunday around 10am. I did meet him for coffee and we became fast friends. We both made it known right away that we were not feeling ready to pursue a relationship of any kind with anyone and it was such a relief that there were no expectations, that we could just talk and get to know one another. I was a single Mom, very independent and it had only been a year since a very troubling breakup so I was extremely wary. We met for coffee most every Sunday morning for many months. One Sunday Bernard told me that he had met a very nice woman the night previous and was going to ask her out on a date. I feigned happiness and told him “good for you” and “congratulations” and he told me all about her. When I got home I was so angry, furious really, thinking “sure, not ready for a relationship, HA!” I was so surprised by my own reaction, I did not realize how much I liked him and was truly heartbroken that he was seeing someone romantically. We did not meet for coffee anymore after that since we agreed it would be inappropriate since he was wooing another woman. I did see him in passing a couple of times in the ensuing months at the grocery store, etc. and we got caught up a little but that was it. On Valentine’s Day six months later I received a bouquet of flowers and a birthday card from Bernard. My birthday was the day before, February 13th, I was surprised he remembered. He telephoned me that same day and we agreed to meet for coffee. He told me that the previous week he had been looking for a Valentine’s Day card for the woman he was dating but none of them suited. Every Valentine’s Day card he picked up reminded him of me and he knew right then and there that he missed me and felt that he had to end the relationship he had with the other lady and he did so, sadly for her, on Valentine’s Day. She came to his home looking for her Valentine and he told her the truth, that he realized that he had strong feelings for me and that they should go their separate ways. Several months later I agreed to go out on a date with him and he invited me to his place for supper and a movie. For dessert he was so proud to have cherry cheesecake and at the time there was no way I would ever eat cherry cheesecake and I declined. He was so disappointed, he loved sweets and told me that he bought two cheesecakes in case I wanted a piece. We married on February 29, 2008, leap year, so that we could plan a holiday or retreat every four years to celebrate our anniversary. He is my best friend and just the most awesome husband and I love him to the moon and back. He always makes me feel like the most important person in the whole world and tells me often that I am the most intelligent, creative, kind person he has ever met and while I did not believe him, after all these years, he has convinced me that I am truly a good person and Mother and Bernard has been a wonderful example for my daughters of what a good husband and father should be. ~ Stephanie Losier
Sending a huge congratulations to Stephanie Losier for being the winner of our Valentine's love tale contest! She will be receiving an over night stay with us, Dinner for two at Stories and two tickets to Neptune Theatre Thanks again for all of the great stories! It was so hard to choose!
Would love to see a few more love tales with only a few days until we announce the winner! Share your favorite love memory, and you could be set up with a great night stay, dinner and Neptune Theatre tickets <3
Storm stuck downtown today? Come warm up by the fireplace with a fresh ground coffee and overnight stay for $99!
39 Steps Opens tonight! Neptune Theatre "100 hilarious Hitchcock Minutes" Book your Neptune package with us now and you're off to the show!
With all the love starting to blow through this city we thought we'd reach out and ask for your Best love story, from moments to memories. Comment below with your experience and you could win a Neptune package for Two, Including overnight accommodations, Dinner for two at Stories Restaurant, and two tickets to the 2015 Neptune season We will be choosing a winner on February 14th! We look forward to sharing the love <3
Still a few rooms and a Few tables left for New years eve!! Reserve your spot now, you do not want to miss out on an incredible dining experience!