Dalton Union Winery & Brewery is offering a new amenity to go along with its wine, beer, cider and mead — overnight accommodations.
Owners Dale and Tonya Mabry have transformed the 2,000-square-foot lower level of their home — just steps away from their winery and brewery outside Marysville — into an Airbnb, complete with a theater, poker room, pool table and large patio.
The Dalton Union Airbnb, which can sleep up to four people, welcomed its first guests this week. It's going for $119 a night.
The lower level of the large home served as a mother-in-law suite, but she has moved out and the space has been unused.
Tonya Mabry noted that customers often have remarked how it'd be nice if there were a place for them to stay overnight.
"We're not just a winery or a brewery," Mabry said. "We’re a cidery, meadery. We make everything here. Now you can stay here. Hospitality is our thing. It always has been."
She said customers are excited when they see the rural setting, which also includes a pond.
"We love it out here and most of the people who come out and visit from the city, they are like, 'Oh my gosh. It’s so peaceful,'" Mabry said. "At night, you can see all the stars."
Dalton Union isn't the first Ohio craft brewery to operate an Airbnb. Sandy Springs Brewing Co. opened the SBBC Brewers Quarters, an upstairs studio just steps away from the brewery, earlier this year in Minerva. BrewDog also opened the DogHouse hotel at its brewery in Canal Winchester.
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