This hotel is an old factory which has been converted into a very nice hotel. These kinds of properties usually have a unique charm and atmosphere, and this one was no exception. There were a few quirks, but they were charming, and should be expected in a property like this. We had a handicapped room with a kind-size bed, which was apparently the last room they had available (we were walk-ins). The room was a large comfortable size. The bed and bedding were very comfortable, and we slept well. The room was very clean, and we liked the modern decor. The bathroom was huge (I suppose to accommodate wheelchairs), and was fully equipped for handicapped use. We didn't hear much noise during our stay, however in the morning we could easily hear someone walking around in the room above our room -- floor boards creaking, foot steps, etc. This didn't bother us at all, but I can imagine that it might bother someone who's sensitive to this kind of noise. Bathroom: Very nicely tiled and very clean, however there is no where practical to put your toiletries -- they should consider installing at least a shelf in addition to the towel rack near the sink. The restaurant: We had drinks and dinner in their restaurant, which we really enjoyed. The night we were there, the bar was fun and active, and the bartenders were helpful and charming! The restaurant was very good - we like the food and the service was professional and attentive. Overall, it was a good experience at the Cork Factory Hotel -- we recommend it.
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