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Lovely old wood fronted building with lots of interesting features and art work. God breakfasts. Exposed pipework in bedrooms a little strange but room comfortable, though bed on the small side. Great downtown location with easy access to the waterfront.
This hotel has genuine history as both Barnum and Oscar Wilde have stopped here. The hotel is a welcome change from the ubiquitous hotel chains we normally experience. Every room is different and all are furnished with Victorian furniture. There is no lift so be...More
We stayed at the Waverley for four nights while on holidays in Halifax. The Inn is situated in a great part of town with easy access to the Habour Front and all the attractions. The rooms are comfortable and quiet with a Victorian charm. The...More
This is a fabulous old hotel within walking distance of many local attractions. The rooms are lovely, comfortable, and clean. Hot breakfast buffet is included with items like pancakes, ham, and beans, with a toaster available for toast and bagels and of course juice, coffee,...More
Spent one night in Halifax staying at the quaint Waverley Inn, it’s located downtown only a short 5mins walk to the Waterfront, which is beautiful, and the free onsite parking was so convenient and a selling point in its own right. The beds were very...More
Response from Calvin B | Property representative |
Thank you for your interest in the Waverley Inn. Our open air, off street lot provides convenient parking to the hotel. Our downtown location is just 5 blocks from the city centre and 3 blocks to the waterfront boardwalk... More
Thank you for your interest in the Waverley Inn. Our open air, off street lot provides convenient parking to the hotel. Our downtown location is just 5 blocks from the city centre and 3 blocks to the waterfront boardwalk. With limited public parking downtown and an hourly rate around $3 walking or using the city buses is far easier and more affordable.