Glamping Plans for Iscoyd Park

Iscoyd ParkThe Grade II* listed Iscoyd Park wedding venue has entered plans to site 10 bells tents and yurts within its walled garden, with further proposals for a shepherd’s hut and the conversion of an old pigeon house into a ceremony room.

The plans have been put forward to make the 18th century property safe to hold weddings during the coronavirus pandemic, according to consultants acting on behalf of the venue’s owner Philip Godsal.

In application documents submitted to Wrexham Council, it was noted: “The proposal is to convert the pigeon house into a ceremony room to allow for the option of a more Covid secure location.

“The proposal will also allow the applicant to offer a greater diversity of accommodation, including that which will be outside and therefore more Covid secure.”

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