Comfort Hotel Bayer's Lake
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Bayer's Lake Halifax
Very friendly staff and excellent rooms. About 40 minutes by bus to downtown but we enjoy travelling on local transport and seeing the area.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Hotel Bayer's Lake Halifax
Travel Blogs from Halifax
... ended up being a nice day. Our next stop was Peggy's Cove, an hour south. This is a popular destination and tour buses arrived filled with tourists. We parked Riley and quickly learned that a nearby tour boat was about to depart. We hopped on and spent a relaxing hour being treated to views of the adjacent coves, getting a different perspective of this quaint village and the surrounding area from the ocean. We even got to drive the boat as ...
... damage. A tsunami created by the blast wiped out the physical community of Mi'kmaq First Nations people that had lived in the Tuft's Cove area for generations. There were a number of casualties including five children who drowned when the tsunami came ashore at Nevin's Cove.
The night after the blast, it snowed and the temperatures dropped. Those ...
... 8217;s Vineyard. Captain Steve and I were so excited to have a chance
to make port close to family and spend our first day off in over 2 weeks with
our loved ones. What a thrilling opportunity it was to pull into land mid-delivery
and be greeted by family, almost all of Steve’s immediate family were on island
and my mother and sister, Amy, ferried over to join us for a full day of
celebration. In typical fashion we ate and drank the day ...
... founded in 1789. There are two synagogues in Halifax.
The locals are proud of the fact that Churchill was in Halifax twice during WWII. Thousands of merchant marine ships sailed from here carrying soldiers, ammo, fuel and oil to help save England during the dark days.
We stopped for coffee and pastry in a quaint area of the city that was part of the area destroyed in the explosion of Dec. 6, 1917. A French ammo ship hit another ship and caused ...
... and get going so that we could get in a full day in Halifax. After reading through a few different travel guides, we figured we could easily spend two days in Halifax, if not more. At 9:00 AM, when we left our campsite, it was already over 25 degrees, so we knew it was going to be quite the hot day. We made some sandwiches to take with us, filled up our water bottles, and off we went.
Our campsite was about 45 min out of Halifax, and our first stop in the big city ...