Whoever loved that loved not at first sight?
There is no greater love, than love at first sight?

Something magical is in the air…a sense of midsummer madness. No we’re not talking about the upcoming Summer Solstice but rather about Iscoyd Park’s upcoming Open Day which kicks off later this month on 24th June from 12pm-5pm.

The wonderful team have announced that they’ll be hosting an enchanting Open Day at the venue inspired by the theme of Midsummer Madness. If you are contemplating marrying at the venue this is your chance to pop on over to Iscoyd Park to revel in all its glories for yourself.

Against the backdrop of June roses and their scent filling the air, couples will be met with a glass of Iscoyd’s own champagne on arrival. The house will be set out for a wedding to give you a feeling of what it will be like on your own wedding day and you’ll have the chance to soak up the magical atmosphere by exploring the venue to your heart’s content while nibbling some delicious canapés.

You’ll also be able to explore Iscoyd’s utterly stunning marquee, which will be decorated in fine style and you can expect the same from our beautiful grounds with an array of garden games to play your way around as you wander.

As well a enjoying a lovely day out you’ll also get plenty of time to meet the team including Iscoyd’s trusted suppliers and chat about your wedding plans. From resident floral extraordinaire Selina Godsal to Iscoyd Park’s innovative in-house chef David Cox. You’ll also have the opportunity to chat to the incredibly talented team at Red Floral (one of Iscoyd’s preferred suppliers) who will design the Marquee on the 24th June to provide you with lots of ideas about what you can create at Iscoyd Park on your own wedding day.

Entry to the event is free but spaces are limited so we do ask that you book an appointment to ensure you are given a tour of the house and gardens. For questions or to reserve an appointment call 01948 780 785 or email the team now on info@iscoydpark.com.

We can’t wait to show you around.