Welcome to scenic Eastern Passage, a fishing village 12 minutes from downtown Dartmouth and 25 minutes from downtown Halifax. My property is located 1.3 km from Fisherman’s Cove along Shore Road. It is halfway between golf course, Hartlands Point and Fishermans Cove, across the street from the Atlantic Ocean. Views galore.
Watch the sea life, hear the waves from the front patio, soak up afternoon sun, watch the sunset!
Have a barbeque, enjoy the back deck and back garden while relaxing in comfy lounging chairs.
Eat fresh seafood from the Fishermans Cove, that is exactly
1.3km walk along the ocean. Play golf at the public golf course, Hartlands Point, at the end of Shore Road.
Explore McNabbs Island or enjoy a fishing charter. Rainbow Haven beach, lawercetown
Surfers beach all within 5-10 minutes from here by vehicle.
My driveway has plenty of space for cars, boats or campers.
Park your car at Kings Wharf water taxi and get shuttled to the great restaurants in downtown Halifax.
You can also take the ferry that runs every 30 minutes. It’s a nice 12 minute ride to Halifax by ferry and it docks at the boardwalk allowing you walking access all the way to Pier 21.
My favourite restaurants, are along this route. The Bicycle Thief is always amazing! Little Oak, Il Trulla are my fav. Restaurants galore in the downtown core, too many to mention.
My other fav restaurant is on the Dartmouth side by Water taxi and 8 min walk from Alderney ferry, Il Trulla.
Delicious Italian and seafood with a spectacular view of Halifax.
Other nice eatery’s on Dartmouth side are The Canteen on Portland. Battery Park beerbar and eatery. Millstone Public House,USTA Mediterranean cuisine, Stone Pizza, gourmet pizza, Alderney across from ferry terminal (take away).
If you want to eat in Eastern Passage, the Scoop has the best fish and chips,
Battered, old style with home made fries. It’s a take away place in Fishermans Cove. Boondocks is a sit down full service restaurant. They specialize in seafood. It is beautiful spot on the water. I have had inconsistent experiences, but if you want convenience to the house, don’t count it out.