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Stones Throw Brewery Guest House

Rated 4.83 out of 5 from 435 reviews.SuperhostFairhaven, Bellingham, Washington
Entire guest suite
hosted by Nadine
4 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 bathroom
Entire guest suite hosted by Nadine
4 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 bathroom
Entire home
You’ll have the guest suite to yourself.
Sparkling clean
13 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Nadine is a Superhost
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Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
A unique house in downtown Historic Fairhaven which has been converted into a working micro-brewery. A block away from local amenities, including boutique shops & great restaurants. You can easily hop on to the inter-urban trail which links parks, fantastic hiking, biking & downtown Bellingham. Fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi & a tasty, craft ale is only a step away.

The space
Our cozy home is also home to a small micro-brewery which is housed in shipping containers in the back yard. Guests are welcome to use the backyard which has a fire pit, or the patio upstairs which gets lots of sun to eat their meals. These areas are only accessible when the taproom is open. The detached garage has been converted into our taproom, so a tasty ale, created on site is never far away.

The bedroom is in the back of the house. It is surprisingly quiet, so you won't be disturbed by patrons of the brewery. In fact, there is the constant gurgling sound of a running stream, which is actually our glycol system that is used to cool our beer and walk-in cooler.

The kitchen is fully equipment, including a gas range so you can cook to your hearts delight. There is coffee and tea readily available too. The window above the kitchen sink looks out on to the front beer garden of the brewery. You can always create some privacy by closing the blinds.

The dated bathroom has a shower tub, which is stocked with towels, shampoo, conditioner, soaps, toothpaste, first aid kit and most importantly with a tub....soothing bubble bath!

The lounge/living area is our biggest space. It receives a lot of light and looks out on to the front street, and a window faces the front beer garden. Again, there are blinds, curtains and sheer curtains to create more privacy for yourself, if you so desire. You can hear the murmur of conversations in the front beer garden. The comfy couch in the living room opens up into sleeper bed.

Stairs go upstairs to our office space. There is a door that creates privacy for you downstairs; however, the house is a little squeaky, so you will hear foot steps upstairs as we access the space during office hours and often in the evening to access our merchandise stock for the brewery. We only access the office space through the brewery, and never via your space downstairs.

Guest access
Guests can access Stones Throw Brewery's taproom from 11am on the weekends, or 12pm during the week. The taproom closes down at 10pm on week nights & 11pm on weekends.

You are always welcome to eat your meals in any one of the 3 beer gardens, including the upstairs patio or backyard fire pit, or in the taproom - when it is open.

No wine or spirits are allowed in the brewery or beer gardens. Only beer sold in our taproom may be consumed in the beer gardens.

Other things to note
Please understand, this is a working micro-brewery, so there are people/owners here working in the office upstairs, making beer in the brewery, or working in the taproom. This happens at all times of day and night, which means that you will hear movement upstairs. Plus the beer garden has people sitting enjoying beers, and on Wed, Fri and Sat nights we have live music. It is usually quiet from 12am - 7am, but this isn't guaranteed. If you are looking for somewhere quiet and private to stay, this is not the place for you. If you are looking for a unique experience on the doorstep of an operating micro-brewery - then you have found a great spot.

No wine or spirits may be consumed on Stones Throw's property or in the beer gardens. We will loose our licenses if this happens. If you drink wine/spirits, please do so INSIDE the guest house.

Only beer bought in the taproom may be consumed. If you consume beer from anywhere else, it needs to be consumed INSIDE the guest house.
A unique house in downtown Historic Fairhaven which has been converted into a working micro-brewery. A block away from l…
A unique house in downtown Historic Fairhaven which has been converted into a working micro-brewery. A block away from local amenities, including boutique shops & great restaurants. You can easily hop on to the inter-urban trail which links parks, fantastic hiking, biking & downtown Bellingham. Fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi & a tasty, craft ale is only a step away.

The space
Our cozy home is also home to a small micro-brewery which is housed in shipping containers in the back yard. Guests are welcome to use the backyard which has a fire pit, or the patio upstairs which gets lots of sun to eat their meals. These areas are only accessible when the taproom is open. The detached garage has been converted into our taproom, so a tasty ale, created on site is never far away.

The bedroom is in the back of the house. It is surprisingly quiet, so you won't be disturbed by patrons of the brewery. In fact, there is the constant gurgling sound of a running stream, which is actually our glycol system that is used to cool our beer and walk-in cooler.

The kitchen is fully equipment, including a gas range so you can cook to your hearts delight. There is coffee and tea readily available too. The window above the kitchen sink looks out on to the front beer garden of the brewery. You can always create some privacy by closing the blinds.

The dated bathroom has a shower tub, which is stocked with towels, shampoo, conditioner, soaps, toothpaste, first aid kit and most importantly with a tub....soothing bubble bath!

The lounge/living area is our biggest space. It receives a lot of light and looks out on to the front street, and a window faces the front beer garden. Again, there are blinds, curtains and sheer curtains to create more privacy for yourself, if you so desire. You can hear the murmur of conversations in the front beer garden. The comfy couch in the living room opens up into sleeper bed.

Stairs go upstairs to our office space. There is a door that creates privacy for you downstairs; however, the house is a little squeaky, so you will hear foot steps upstairs as we access the space during office hours and often in the evening to access our merchandise stock for the brewery. We only access the office space through the brewery, and never via your space downstairs.

Guest access
Guests can access Stones Throw Brewery's taproom from 11am on the weekends, or 12pm during the week. The taproom closes down at 10pm on week nights & 11pm on weekends.

You are always welcome to eat your meals in any one of the 3 beer gardens, including the upstairs patio or backyard fire pit, or in the taproom - when it is open.

No wine or spirits are allowed in the brewery or beer gardens. Only beer sold in our taproom may be consumed in the beer gardens.

Other things to note
Please understand, this is a working micro-brewery, so there are people/owners here working in the office upstairs, making beer in the brewery, or working in the taproom. This happens at all times of day and night, which means that you will hear movement upstairs. Plus the beer garden has people sitting enjoying beers, and on Wed, Fri and Sat nights we have live music. It is usually quiet from 12am - 7am, but this isn't guaranteed. If you are looking for somewhere quiet and private to stay, this is not the place for you. If you are looking for a unique experience on the doorstep of an operating micro-brewery - then you have found a great spot.

No wine or spirits may be consumed on Stones Throw's property or in the beer gardens. We will loose our licenses if this happens. If you drink wine/spirits, please do so INSIDE the guest house.

Only beer bought in the taproom may be consumed. If you consume beer from anywhere else, it needs to be consumed INSIDE the guest house.
A unique house in downtown Historic Fairhaven which has been converted into a working micro-brewery. A block away from local amenities, including boutique shops & great restaurants. You can easily hop on to the…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed, 1 floor mattress

Amenities

Kitchen
Wifi
Indoor fireplace
Dryer
Washing machine
Iron
Hair dryer
Heating
Laptop-friendly workspace
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Fairhaven, Bellingham, Washington

Our micro-brewery home is located one block from downtown Historic Fairhaven. There are beautiful boutique shops just a stroll around the corner, and great restaurants with some excellent happy hours & food. Obviously, we think Stones Throw Brewery is the best place for a beer, but if you want wine or cocktails we love visiting the Black Cat.

Access to the Inter-Urban Trail is across the road. You can bike south towards Fairhaven Park (5min), Arroyo Park (15-20min), Larrabee State Park (45min) or you can bike/walk north into downtown Bellingham which takes you out over the water along the Taylor Dock Board Walk and past Woods Coffee.

In the summer time the Community Boating Center is open and you can easily rent a paddle board/paddle boat for some fun sightseeing on Bellingham Bay.

A block and a half away you will find our local grocery store, Haggens. Very convenient.
Our micro-brewery home is located one block from downtown Historic Fairhaven. There are beautiful boutique shops just a stroll around the corner, and great restaurants with some excellent happy hours & food. Ob…

Hosted by Nadine

Joined in September 2013
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  • 435 Reviews
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My husband and I moved to Bellingham, WA to open a micro-brewery - an 18 year old dream in the making! Tony is from Ohio, and I was born in Zimbabwe & raised in South Africa. During the renovation of the detached garage to our taproom, the installing of shipping containers to house the brewery & the first 6 months of opening our taproom, Tony and I lived in the house attached to the brewery. Recently we were able to create some space between work & home life, and would like to open our brewery home to people who are looking for a unique experience.
My husband and I moved to Bellingham, WA to open a micro-brewery - an 18 year old dream in the making! Tony is from Ohio, and I was born in Zimbabwe & raised in South Africa. Durin…
Co-hosts
  • Jack
  • Tony
  • Wendy
During your stay
Tony (my husband) who is the co-owner of Stones Throw Brewery & brewer, Jack (his business partner & co-owner of Stones Throw Brewery) or I are usually around the property working. We are all always open to helping in any way you need, whether it is to recommend something to do, where to eat/drink or share the story of this fascinating place. If Tony, Jack or I are not around, Wendy Crandall, a dear neighbor of ours, lives a couple blocks away and can help with anything.

Our bartenders will greet you with the key, and we are proud to say that since we have been open (April 2016), we have had no turn over. Our staff are fabulous, friendly and helpful.
Tony (my husband) who is the co-owner of Stones Throw Brewery & brewer, Jack (his business partner & co-owner of Stones Throw Brewery) or I are usually around the property working.…
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House rules
Check-in: After 14:00
Check out: 11:00
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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