Iscoyd Park, SY13 3AT
"There is disabled access to the ground floor of the main house only, with staircases to the first and second floors. Disabled parking space, and WC facilities."
"This eighteenth century redbrick classical Georgian country house (Grade II*) is set in parkland, with extensive outbuildings which have been converted to a variety of uses, including offices, a pre-school, and accommodation. The house is run as a wedding venue, but the family still lives there.
We host weddings, parties, and celebrations of all types and sizes. We run company retreats, events, supper clubs, talks and anything that is interesting and a little bit different.
Everything we do is fuelled by the passion of the owners (whose family have been here since 1843) and a wonderful team. Iscoyd is hired on an exclusive basis and every event is bespoke, we don't do packages. Our philosophy is to go the extra mile, listen to the wishes of our clients, be flexible, creative and as friendly and helpful as we can be. We love new challenges and ideas and our shared aim is to deliver the perfect event and to exceed all expectations every time."
01948 780785 (Iscoyd Estate Office)
"Iscoyd Park is signed off the A525 Wrexham to Whitchurch road at Redbrick Maelor, 2 miles west of Whitchurch, close to the junction with A495 Whitchurch/Ellesmere/Oswestry road. Enter the park through the front gate pillars, drive on past front of house to the car park.
Directions from the North:
Leave M6 at Jct 19, A556 signed Northwich and Chester. Turn left onto A49 signed Tarporley and Whitchurch at cross roads (traffic lights, with Shell garage on the right), just beyond Sandiway.
Follow A49 to Whitchurch bypass and take third exit at second roundabout with Esso garage and Little Chef, A525 signed Wrexham. Cross into Wales after 1 mile, and take first turning to the right, signed Iscoyd Park and Higher Wych (turning is just beyond junction with A495 to Ellesmere and Oswestry to the left, by Redbrook Hunting Lodge Hotel). Follow road for half a mile, Iscoyd Park is on the right (green Iscoyd Park sign).
Directions from the South:
Leave M6 at Jct 10A, M54. Leave M54 at Jct 3, A41 signed Whitchurch. Follow Whitchurch bypass to roundabout with Esso garage and Little Chef, take first exit off the roundabout A525 signed Wrexham.
Cross into Wales after 1 mile, and take first turning to the right, signed Iscoyd Park and Higher Wych (turning is just beyond junction with A495 to Ellesmere and Oswestry to the left, by Redbrook Hunting Lodge Hotel). Follow road for half a mile, Iscoyd Park is on the right (green Iscoyd Park sign)."
Always check with the venue directly for up-to-date information including opening times and admission charges as they may be subject to change
"There is a very infrequent bus service between Wrexham and Whitchurch Service. Railway station in Whitchurch (2.5 miles). This is reached from the connecting station of Crewe. The journey from Crewe to Whitchurch takes about 20 minutes."