The hotel is called Cork Factory Hotel. It's only been open for about two years and is in an old cork factory. Hence the name. It is a really nice hotel and the rooms are amazing. Our room had the original old wooden ceilings and wooden beams plus a brick exterior wall. The bathroom was really nice with beautiful tile and granit counters.
The wedding itself was interesting. It was in a huge Church. So huge that it had a welcome center with maps, no lie. Also it had no air conditioning or fans and no windows that opened. We were asked to get there early because friends of the bride and groom would be playing music. They are huge music people, they had a choir at their ceremony. The music didn't start until the actual ceremony was suppose to start. Which of course the ceremony started late. It was near 90 outside and it was just plain hot inside the church. I did not get any pictures of the church which I should have because it was beautiful. But we were asked for no flash photography during the wedding.
The preist was kinda....mean I guess I would put it. During the middle of the ceremony he did his homily but it made a lot of uncomfortable and I did not feel like I was at a wedding. He went on about what is wrong with our country today and marriage. How people go into marriage lightly and its to easy to get a divorce and he even touched on gay marriage. Sidenote: Way to go New York State! So proud to live her.
The outside of the hotel.
Patio for their restaurant. We ate breakfast here the next morning.