Beer lovers, rejoice. Arthur Guinness is Airbnb’s newest host, and you could spend the night at his beloved brewery this spring.
Just in time for Saint Patrick’s Day, Guinness and Airbnb are picking one winner (and their plus-one) to sleep over at the Guinness Storehouse‘s iconic Gravity Bar and enjoy sweeping views of Dublin, a six-course meal, and a bed shaped like—what else—a pint. The 360-degree Gravity Bar is Dublin’s highest bar, and will become a suite complete with a pool table, giant Jenga, and a telescope to keep you entertained while imbibing.
The free stay is on April 24 and includes VIP tours and tastings, plus dinner prepared by the brewery’s executive chef and breakfast in the morning. The winners will be the first to spend a night here and should have plenty of space—the Guinness Storehouse is seven floors of beer history and interactive experiences. House rules include drinking responsibly and not dancing on the bar, where you’ll no doubt be able to learn how to pour the perfect pint.
Enter to win by telling Airbnb why you’re Guinness’s biggest fan—something tells me they have plenty of self-proclaimed ones, so be clever. SmarterTravel will be covering the Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations in Dublin this week, so be sure to follow along on Instagram for inspiration. You have until March 22 to enter.
The sweepstakes is part of Airbnb’s Night At events, which has sent winners on overnight stays in odd and historic places like Paris’s catacombs, a shark tank, and Fenway Park. Guinness’ toucan-decorated Gravity Bar experience will be just as Instagram-worthy.
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