My place is located in the north end of Halifax, close to art and culture, restaurants and dining, great music, and fantastic coffee. You’ll love my place because of the light, the high ceilings, and the stained glass windows. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers, and is a great launching pad into the city. This is one room in a four bedroom home. Three artists/professionals in their 30s live in the home.
This home is unique in its preserved historic details: a coal shoot, small cubbies, high ceilings, crown mouldings, and stained glass windows, as well as cast iron radiators, and beautiful hardwood floors all add to the charm of the space. The house has a lot of history in Halifax and was a brothel owned by the infamous Ada MacCallum for several decades.
Guests have access to all areas of the house, save the other private bedrooms. There are two bathrooms, a large living / music room, a large yoga and meditation space, and a large kitchen with room for guests to hang out while a meal is being cooked or eaten.
I work from home, so when I'm in town I'm regularly available in case guests need anything. When I'm away, Heather is reachable if anything is needed. I'm also happy to give space to guests and carry on with my own routine. I'm always up for including guests at dinner parties, jam sessions, and on nights out, and guests are always welcome to attend yoga classes, which I teach several times a week in one of the two large living rooms.
I teach yoga up to three times per week out of the house. My students are very respectful of the space, but this does mean that several people are coming and going from the front living room several times a week.
เจ้าของที่พักรายนี้มี 9 ความคิดเห็นสำหรับที่พักอื่นดูรีวิวอื่น
I'm a local entrepreneur and traditional birth attendant. I've lived in Halifax for twelve years, spending periods of time away for work throughout the Maritime provinces, northern Ontario, northern British Columbia, and Arctic Canada. When at home in Nova Scotia I enjoy swimming at the local lakes, drinking endless short-Americanos at Java Blend, and catching great music whenever I can. Some places I've enjoyed travelling are Guatemala, northern India, and South Africa. I like to travel one region for longer periods of time, allowing myself to get to know a place and the people there more intimately