Communication between when we booked the space and when we arrived was great. They happened to have changed owners during that time and our original contract was honored with no problems.
Nice large space can accommodate about 70 people...
downstairs with plenty of room to walk around.
You gain access to the space beginning at 1pm on friday and ends Saturday evening or Sunday morning depending on if there is another wedding.
Space for bartender
Lake up the hill is beautiful to take pictures
Secluded, not much road noise
When we arrived, they filled every space in the loft of the barn with tables and chairs, leaving no clear space for a dance floor. They didn’t ask about how we wanted the upstairs arranged, only the downstairs. We wanted to put the dance floor in the loft, because that seemed the most logical space for dancing. So, we rearranged the tables upstairs to make a space for a dance floor and we carried the chairs from upstairs to outside during the reception. Most chairs were used to sit around the bonfire, because there were only three small benches to sit on out there. The coordinator from the barn arrived at 10PM and started badgering us to clean the space up right away. They wanted us to put every table and chair back where it was when we arrived (again, they never asked us how we wanted the space to be arranged). We carried most upstairs, but they badgered us about 10 more they found instead of taking 2 trips to help us carry them back upstairs. They also made us move the tables and chairs back into the same positions they were in when we got the space.
Some of their heaters didn’t work. Our wedding planner had called several times about the heaters being out of gas. They should have left some propane tanks to use as extras, because it was freezing!
The countertops in the kitchen were filthy. We used a Lysol wipe on it and it was black with one wipe.
Utility area was just cluttered leaving us no room to store anything.
Several gnats outside, should maybe consider spraying.
The refrigerator wasn’t plugged in and therefore wasn't cold when we arrived, so that we could put our food, desserts, drinks, and flowers in the fridge.
They have a very small hand sink in the kitchen making it hard to wash up stuff.
They don’t have potable water, and they don’t even have signs that say that the water isn’t potable, we had to make, print and bring our own. Some of our guests drank the water before our signs went up. Oops!
There are no outlets in the hallway. Some could be added to that food or drink warmers could be plugged in.