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This Columbus Brewery Has Added A Unique Airbnb

Antiques On High, the sister brewery of Seventh Son Brewing Co., recently announced the addition of its Antiques on High Townhouse, a short term rental space at 18 Stimmel Street in the Brewery District.

The townhome is located just steps from Antiques on High and will serve as an extension of the brewery. In addition to operating as an Airbnb, it will provide a location for future events and experiences like cocktail classes, beer tastings, and more.

“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.”

The townhome features vintage furnishings, retro decor, and tons of attention to detail. The rental has two bedrooms, one bathroom, a dedicated work area, a full kitchen, and indoor and outdoor dining spaces.

Guests can show off their skills at the ping-pong table, relax by the electric fireplace, or jam to your favorite tunes using the record player and accompanying vintage records. The townhouse is even pet friendly, which means your whole crew can come along!

As if this place couldn’t get any better, the kitchen is stocked with Seventh Son beer, waiting to be enjoyed during your stay.

Like Antiques on High, Seventh Son Brewing is also preparing to open its own overnight rental space located at 236 E. Fourth St. in Italian Village across the street from the brewery.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house will also be available for rent through Airbnb in August.

To check out the full listing for the Antiques on High Townhouse in the Village, head over to Airbnb.

Antiques on High is open Monday-Wednesday from 4-11 p.m., Thursday from 4 to midnight, Friday 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday from noon to 2 a.m. and Sunday from noon to 11 p.m. For more information, visit or