Nova Scotia is a wonderful combination of beautiful scenery, lively festivals, small-town charm, fascinating history, and friendly and down-to-earth people. Drive through New Brunswick or come by Ferry through St. John. Take the CAT from Bar Harbor, Maine or the Confederation Bridge from PEI.
With your comfort in mind we upgraded the rooms by removing the carpet, replacing with flooring, new vanities and a fresh new look. Be sure to check out our new theme rooms. We worked with Parks Canada and the miners museum to create rooms that portray the top five attractions on the Island.
Comfort Inn is the ideal choice for both business and leisure travellers. With our comfortable, tastefully appointed rooms, your stay will be most enjoyable. Our many guests enjoy free continental breakfast and free wireless high speed internet.
The Barrington Hotel, with a boutique-like ambiance, is located in the heart of downtown Halifax and is part of Historic Properties' cobblestone pedestrian malls, housing shops and boutiques - all in 19th century waterfront buildings.
1875 Barrington Street Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3L6
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If you were born and raised on the East Coast of Canada, you know that the heart of everything good and right in this world happens in the kitchen! The kitchen is where you’ll find the best parties, the best food, the best conversations.
The region is a great place to visit. Tour our coastal highways. Discover our parks, museums and wilderness areas. Sample our unique food, music, crafts and folkways. Relax and unwind in a place that puts a premium on community pride and family life.
We have been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years and Nova Scotia has been a vacation destination for more than a century. And we've earned a reputation for genuine friendliness and warm hospitality. Experience history and unwind in a heritage bed and breakfast or inn. Play a round of golf. Get romantic. Come discover your Nova Scotia in Atlantic Canada.
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