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.
There will be two tours (90 - 120 minutes), focusing on architectural, social and family history, conducted by one of the family owners.
The tours start at 10.30am and 2.30pm. Maximum 20 individuals on each tour. Bookings to be made through Iscoyd Estate Office (Ann Powell on 01948 780785, or Philip C Godsal on 01948 781117), or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address - Iscoyd Park, SY13 3AT.
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. There is a very infrequent bus service between Wrexham and Whitchurch Service 146; railway station in Whitchurch (2.5 miles); taxis need to be pre-booked.
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.