Airbnb Wants You to Spend the Night at the Guinness Brewery in Dublin

Mar 17, 2017

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Beer lovers, rejoice: You now have the chance to win a free night’s stay at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin thanks to Airbnb’s latest contest. It’s all part of the vacation rental company’s “Night At” series, which offers lucky winners a chance to stay at some of the most iconic places on earth, including the London Eye, Abbey Road Studios and the Great Barrier Reef.

One fortunate beer enthusiast and a guest will win round-trip economy tickets to Dublin from their home city and begin their stay with a private tour of Guinness’ production site, where they’ll learn the art of pouring the perfect pint. Then, after winding through underground tunnels, they’ll be treated to a six-course meal by Guinness Storehouse’s Executive Chef, Justin O’Connor. Throughout the entire stay, the winners will be able to treat themselves to fresh taps of the iconic Irish beer — until closing time, that is — and will find the Guinness Storehouse’s Gravity Bar, located on the top floor of the building with panoramic views of the city, turned into a bedroom for two, complete with a pint-shaped bed. The next day, breakfast is served in the Gravity Bar and the winners will receive a $400 Airbnb coupon, which can be redeemed for a stay following the brewery night.

For a chance to win, head over to Airbnb’s listing, log in and answer this simple question: “What makes you the world’s biggest Guinness fan?” The contest — only open to citizens of the US, Ireland, Northern Ireland, the UK, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Argentina, Mexico, Australia, China, South Korea and Canada (except Quebec) — will close on March 22, with winners announced on April 24. Cheers!

H/T: Conde Nast Traveler

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