If you ever decide to visit Halifax, N.S., please consider this small (8 room) hotel. Pick one of the third floor rooms overlooking the ocean. The left side one is larger. The location in the Eastern Passage is across the bay from Halifax. The Halifax waterfront is easily accessible by the "people ferry" near the hotel that runs back and forth all day. Driving into Halifax isn't far but isn't really necessary and parking is a problem. We found that we liked the small harbor by the hotel and spent most of our time perched on the upper balcony enjoying the sights and sounds of the little harbor. Sunsets especially were awesome. Boats of many kinds were moored here... fishing, lobstering, working, sailing, power, live-a-boards of various kinds. There are lots of small shops and at least 4 restaurants. Compared to Halifax prices, this hotel was a bargain and a hidden gem. The included breakfast was continental and plentiful. The hosts (mom and daughter) were very helpful and affable. There is no AC but ventilation across the corner room location was very adequate.