Hearthstone Inn - Featuring three charming locations across Nova Scotia

By nVanDusen, on Tue, 27 Jun 2017 | 0 Comments

Hearthstone Inn - Three locations in Nova Scotia - Rebranded and renovated. Each one unique and charming serving the very best maritime hospitality.

All three locations offer FREE parking, FREE Wi-Fi, FREE local newspaper, microwave and fridge in rooms and FREE hot buffet breakfast in Sydney and Port Hawkesbury. The rooms have hardwood style flooring and Simmons Beautyrest Mattresses.

DARTMOUTH

Hearthstone Inn Dartmouth was completely renovated and is now a charming, boutique hotel bursting with character and great food.

Located in the heart of Dartmouth, just a 15 minute walk to the ferry to land in downtown Halifax, this properties Victorian charm and service is one that makes you feel at home. Bordering Graham’s Grove on Lake Banook, the hotel is completely redone. The pet friendly, intimate hotel boasts 54 rooms including 4 poster suites with very unique decor. At the end of the hallways, you will find a quaint library with fireplace where you can escape from your room and relax with a book. The hotel serves an amazing homestyle breakfast each morning included with your room.  The breakfast buffet includes everything from home fresh eggs, sausage, homefries and baked bean, all served in glassware and on china plates. There is also a large selection of tea's and hot beverages.

The staff are dedicated to the highest level of service for every guest and it shows in the customer reviews in Trip Advisor.  The guests rave about the upgrades and the homey feel of this new boutique style hotel.

Trip advisor comments:

We decided to stay at the Hearthstone Inn in Dartmouth and we were very glad we did,” said one guest. “When we went into the Hearthstone we were so impressed with how nicely decorated it was inside from beautiful antiques, glass chandeliers...it resembled more like a boutique-style hotel than a typical chain hotel.”

“The staff were friendly and helpful, and because it was Mothers' Day they were giving a little gift as well as a parting gift,” said a reviewer. “These little things made our stay a little bit more memorable. The food in the pub was reasonably priced and delicious.”

Whether you have spent the day exploring the Halifax area or are returning to your home base after a day trip to the charming South Shore or a wine tour in the Annapolis Valley, call it a night at the Hearthstone Inn. 

Grahams Grove, across the street, offers FREE Dragon boat rides on Friday evenings, no experience necessary.

QUOTE BOX:

“We have arrived at the destination that we want for the customer experience but we will continue to change decor in each room to have a different concept to it. We have guests staying with us from all over the world and they just love our quaint feel that is so different from the cookie-cutter that you get in the larger branded hotels.” -- Mike Melenchuk, owner of Hearthstone Hospitality.

PORT HAWKESBURY

If you are travelling to Cape Breton, known for its beautiful scenery, lively Celtic culture, and iconic Cabot Trail, rest overnight at Hearthstone Inn Port Hawkesbury, located minutes from the Canso Causeway, before you kick off your Cape Breton adventure. The rooms have been renovated and are equipped with fridges and microwaves with a pool and laundry facilities on site.  Enjoy a visit to the Celtic Music Interpretive Center in Judique, hop aboard with Gillis Lobster Tours in Port Hood to learn first-hand how lobsters are caught, and enjoy a tour and tasting at Glenora Distillery as you travel along the Ceilidh Trail to the breathtaking Cabot Trail. Don’t forget your camera!

Enjoy a hearty meal at The Hearthstone's Country Kitchen Restaurant, in operation since 1955. Everything is cooked from scratch, it’s Cape Breton home-cooked meals all the way.

SYDNEY

If your trip is taking you to Sydney, make the Hearthstone Inn Sydney your home base. All rooms are recently renovated and have fridges and microwaves, pool, and guest laundry on site. This property features five theme rooms including: the Fortress of Louisbourg room, Alexander Graham Bell room, Miner's Museum room, Celtic Room, and the Cabot Trail Room. The rooms were designed with the assistance of Parks Canada for the Fortress of Louisbourg and Alexander Graham Bell rooms. Parks Canada provided copies of artifacts and pictures for the room. They also worked folks from the Miners Museum who helped design the Miner's Room.

The rooms feature decor and memorabilia so guests can live the experience before and after visiting the attractions. While in town stroll along the Sydney Waterfront and get your photo taken next to the world’s largest fiddle, you can’t miss it! Or plan a day trip to the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, North America’s largest reconstructed fortified town, and experience what life was like in the 18th century. Sydney's Hearthstone Inn offers guests a peaceful night's sleep in comfortable, freshly renovated rooms.