1896 Historic Studio (1) – Tree view
The studio has its own private bathroom (stand up shower) and kitchenette. It is perfectly located, literally on Dalhousie University campus, just a few blocks away from the heart of downtown and in front of the hospitals.
Live in a historic house from 1896 with original hardwood floors, 9-feet ceilings, antique stained glass windows, and shellacked wooden stairs, doors and accents. A true Victorian atmosphere!
The studio has its own private bathroom with a stand up shower, a kitchenette to help you prepare all your basic meals to start the day. Includes microwave, kettle, coffee maker, toaster oven, frigobar, cooktop and few pans and pots. A very comfortable real bed with a ortho mattress. Table with chairs for a meal or computer work, a suitcase stand for a better setting and a small closet for any hanging needed.
Things to note:
The house has 4 independent units. All units share a common foyer entrance, but each unit has its own bathroom(s) and kitchen. Although none of the units have a living room, there is a shared living area in the foyer area on the second floor.
Please also note that most of our guest come to the hospital or university. Important: Our properties are protected by SUPERHOG, the digital trust platform that enables hosts, operators and guests to confidently transact in the short-term rentals space. Please note that once you have booked, you will be required to verify yourself with SUPERHOG.
Smoking is Permitted
- Outdoor Balcony/Porch
Wifi / Internet
About Your Host:
I don't interact much with the guests, but I am up for a friendly chat if we bump into guests in the parking lot or house entrance. PARKING: There is ample parking space at the back of the house.There is an iron board and 2 hair dryers at the entrance bench for common use
Host's Cannabis Preference
Host is not providing cannabis but you are welcome to bring your own.
Our building is located in the so called "South End" neighborhood. It is just beautiful! It is a residential area mainly made of "Victorian style" old houses. The neighborhood is also home to Dalhousie University, and our house is literally on Campus. The neighborhood is safe, clean and full of trees. It is inhabited mainly by middle and upper-middle class families (several schools around). During the day, you'll see lots of university students walking from one class to another. This neighborhood is sought-after because of its strategically central location, walking distance to downtown and all Halifax's attractions.The Hospital its across the road making it a perfect base for your stay in here.
HOST'S INTERACTION WITH GUESTS
I come every week day and on the weekends Melanie helps me around. I don't interact much with the guests, but I am up for a friendly chat if we bump into guests in the parking lot or house entrance.
Guests have the right to a full refund if cancelling within 24 hours of booking. Within 14 days of arrival , Guests receive a 50% refund. After this time, the full cost of the booking will apply.
Don't forget to bring your government issued, photo ID as your host may want to check it.
ALSO NOTE THAT
PARKING: There are 3 parking spaces available for guests at the back of the house. Please let us know in advance if you have a vehicle. You can also park overnight on the street in front of our house except overnight on Tuesday, when you have to park on the opposite side of the street due to street cleaning. During the weekdays (8 am - 5 pm), street parking where there are no meters is only for 2 hours and they are diligent with tickets. Parking on the street on weekends is unlimited.CHECK OUT: Please clean up after yourself (i.e. wash your dishes, pack your bags, etc.) prior to the 11 am check out time. Staying inside the unit past 11 am hinders the cleaning and preparation for the incoming guests. If you would like us to store your bags for the day, please let us know in advance.COMPLIMENTARY ITEMS: We provide coffee, tea, sugar, salt and pepper. Please help yourself!GROCERIES: There are 2 nearby grocery stores: Superstore on Qunipool Rd. and Sobey's on Queen St. The Superstore is a bagless store (you cannot even buy plastic bags). For your convenience there are a couple of cloth bags in the unit. Please be sure to return the cloth bags once you are finished using them.QUIET TIME: Please be mindful of the other guests in the house. No loud music or parties.GARBAGE, RECYCLABLES AND ORGANICS: Halifax is one of the World Leaders in waste management and recycling. Each unit has 5 containers for sorting waste: 1) paper and cardboard, 2) glass, metal and plastics, 3) organic compost (in the fridge to minimize odour and fruit flies), 4) garbage (main area), 5) garbage (bathroom). Please ensure to sort your waste into the appropriate bin and NEVER place food wastes into the garbage. Also, please do not rinse coffee grinds into the drain, these go in the organic waste container in your fridge. If you need to empty any of your bins, there are corresponding labeled containers under the deck at the back of the house. Organic wastes go in the large green bin.