When the clock strikes 2am on a Saturday night out at Antiques on High, and you’re not quite ready to go home just yet – well, good news – you don’t have to. You can hop right on over to their newest overnight rental space concept and keep the night going.
Antiques on High, Seventh Son Brewing Co.’s sister brewery, announced today that they’ve opened a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, AOH Townhouse, steps away from their 714 S. High St. location. This new townhouse is located at 18 Stimmel St. in the heart of German Village and can be rented through Airbnb.
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Following in the steps of AOH’s decor, this extension is furnished in retro digs, with vintage inspired seating, lighting, and even a record player with vintage records. The kitchen is fully stocked with Seventh Son beer to make your ping pong game a little more fun, too. The electric fireplace and skyline views will keep you cozy, and you can even bring your pet in case your night away isn’t complete without them.
Antiques on High is also planning on offering cocktail classes, beer tastings, and more, when it’s not being rented out.
“We’re really excited to open lodging as an added accommodation and immersive experience to our customers and traveling craft beer fans,” said Seventh Son co-owner, Collin Castore. “It’s a really neat space and provides a great staycation option for locals as well as Ohioans and those traveling to Columbus for work or fun. It puts them steps away from not only Antiques on High, but some of the best restaurants and experiences that Columbus has to offer.”
In addition to the German Village space, Seventh Son Brewing is preparing their own overnight rental space at 236 E. Fourth Street, right across from their Italian Village brewery. Starting in August, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom house will be available to accommodate guests that are looking for a getaway – one that just happens to be across the street from a brewery that’s been consistently voted as Columbus’ best.
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