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Above the Tempurpedic queen bed and hops mural (hand painted by Kimberley), a loft offers the ultimate fort for children. For younger ones, a supplied a Pack n’ Play will come in handy. (Dunkel, the Yaeger’s pup who’s named for the German Dunkelweizen beer, isn’t included, but you can bring your own dog for $15 more a night.)
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Star Szechuan restaurant Lucky Strike is just a few steps away, but should you prefer to cook in the Inn’s fully-equipped kitchen, so is Fred Meyer.
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Spacious and comfy, Inn Beervana provides a brew-based library, featuring Brian’s Red, White and Beer, a beer odyssey across America, and plenty of room to stretch out while you research.
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Parking on in this busy district can be tricky. Fortunately, Inn Beervana comes with a driveway parking space.

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