Salter Street

Salter street is more of a commuter street than anything else. It is the other border to the Alexander Keith Nova Scotia Brewery and this is also the street that will give you the entrance to the hotel. you can see the hotel here on the left hand side as you are heading up the hill.

Salter and Lower Water

Salter street is more of a commuter street than anything else. It is the other border to the Alexander Keith Nova Scotia Brewery and this is also the street that will give you the entrance to the hotel. you can see the hotel here on the left hand side as you are heading up the hill.

Salter and Hollis

 

On the right hand side of the street as you are heading up you will find yourself at Cabin Coffee. Cabin coffee is one of the most interesting coffee shops that I have ever found myself in. When you walk into Cabin Coffee you will find yourself feeling like you are in the deep woods in your friends cabin. The coffee however is excellent as is the food. This is one place that all Haligonians should visit at some point.

Salter & Granville Street

On this corner you will find the entrance to the Maritime Centre on your left hand side, this is also the entrance to one of our fine clubs in Halifax, from here you can continue up to Barrington Street, or you can head down to your right onto Granville Street, which will give you an interesting walk through downtown Halifax.

Barrington & Salter

The corner of Barrington and Salter is where you will find yourself in a choice, if you head left you will find yourself walking towards the old burying ground in Halifax or your way up to Spring Garden Road.

If you head to your right, you will be heading down towards the original old town of Halifax. This would be totally up to you.

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