Location

Location

Harbour Breezes Daylilies
Allan Banks
10099 Highway #7
Salmon River Bridge
Jeddore
NS
Canada
B0J 1P0
(902) 889-3179

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Directions to the Garden

Look for the civic # 10099 on Hwy #7, as there isn’t a large sign for the business.

From Bedford/Dartmouth/or Halifax via the MacDonald Bridge

(Approx. 50 min)

Take Main St. in Dartmouth and follow it (it becomes Hwy 107) east until it ends on Hwy #7. Turn right onto Hwy #7 and pass through Musquodoboit Harbour. Harbour Breezes Daylilies is exactly 10 km further east from Musquodoboit Harbour

From the South Shore/or Halifax via the MacKay Bridge (Approx. 1 hr)

Follow Hwy 102. From the 102 you can take Akerly Blvd in Burnside onto Hwy #107 if you are familiar with this area. OR Follow Hwy 102 to Exit 5 in Waverly/Fall River. Exit right and at the stop sign go straight up the hill onto Hwy #118. From Hwy #118 look for Hwy #107 to the eastern shore. Exit right onto Hwy #107. After following this route for a few minutes you will come to an intersection. Turn left at the stoplights and you will still be on Hwy #107. Follow Hwy 107 east until it ends on Hwy #7. Turn right onto Hwy #7 and pass through Musquodoboit Harbour. Harbour Breezes Daylilies is exactly 10 km further east from Musquodoboit Harbour

From Points Further East on the Eastern Shore

Take Hwy #7 west and pass through Oyster Pond, check for civic #10099 in Salmon River Bridge.

From Truro/Musquodoboit Valley & Surrounding Areas (Approx. 1 hr +/-)

From Truro take Exit 11 from the 102 heading across country towards Middle Musquodoboit. From the Middle Musquodoboit area take Hwy 357 to Hwy #7 in Musquodoboit Harbour. Turn left and Harbour Breezes Daylilies is exactly 10 km from this point.

Alternate route from Highway 102 (Approx. 1 hr)

You can take Exit 5a onto the Old Guysborough Rd (Hwy 212). Follow this road until it dead ends on Hwy #357, turn right onto Hwy 357. Follow Hwy #357 to Musquodoboit Harbour. Turn left and Harbour Breezes Daylilies is exactly 10 km from this point.