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Shropshire wedding venue makes it into national list of most Instagrammed places to tie the knot

A country house in north Shropshire has been named among the UK's 15 most Instagrammed wedding venues this autumn and winter.

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Iscoyd Park

Iscoyd Park is a private country house wedding and events venue, near Whitchurch but touching the borders of North Wales, Shropshire and Cheshire.

It is described as being "nestled in private 18th-century parkland, this elegant Georgian country house is packed with character year-round, whether adorned with the rich hues of autumn or lightly sprinkled with white snow".

The description adds: "Overlooking the borders of North Wales, the capacious country house provides the ultimate setting for a glamorous wedding day, promising unparalleled privacy for you and your loved ones."

The wedding experts at Aura Print scoured social media for the most popular autumn/winter wedding venues nationwide, and tallied Instagram hashtag numbers to reveal which venue stands out as the most memorable for weddings this autumn/winter.

Iscoyd Park

As UK online searches for “wedding venues” skyrocketed by 110 per cent over the past months, a spokesperson for Aura Print said: "Picture exchanging your vows against the backdrop of breathtaking autumnal foliage, or saying ‘I do’ amidst a countryside blanketed in snow.

"Autumn and winter weddings hold a unique allure that brings an enchanting and magical ambience to one’s special day."

The people at Aura Print looked at the number of Instagram Hashtags associated with venues and came up with a list that puts Blenheim Palace, in Oxfordshire, on top of the picturesque pile with 196,000 hashtags, followed by Hampton Court Palace, in Surrey.

Peckforton Castle, in Cheshire, appears on the list slightly ahead of Iscoyd Park, which in 12th place with 20,200 hashtags.

Hampton Court Palace in Surrey takes second place, boasting a staggering 181,000 Instagram hashtags. From its rose-red Tudor brick, glorious stone archways, cobbled courtyards to sweeping gardens, the 500-year-old treasure has played host to lavish royal parties, being a top choice for kings and queens.

Iscoyd Park has been asked for a reaction.