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Wynnstay Park - Ruabon

Grade II*-listed Wynnstay Hall at Ruabon, near Wrexham, North Wales. The former principal seat of the Williams-Wynn family, it stands high above the River Dee, overlooking the Vale of Llangollen and the Berwyn mountains.In the mid 17th century, the estate passed to Sir John Wynn, although, of this period, only the stone tower of 1706 survives. In 1736–8, the house was enlarged and remodelled by Francis Smith of Warwick and his son William, who also designed the stable block. A large assembly room was added in 1770 and Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown was engaged to lay out the estate’s parks and gardens between 1777 and 1782.

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Wynnstay Park - Ruabon

Tattersall Stables

Wynnstay’s courtyard community

Brown's Pleasure garden

Brown's Pleasure garden

Wynnstay is one of the largest and most important 18th-century landscape parks in Wales. It retains many of its historic features, some of which are attributed to Richard Woods and Capability Brown. A pleasure garden designed by Brown survives as well as part of a rockwork cascade. There are many monuments and built structures in the park

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Communal Grounds

Space to breath, relax and unwind on your doorstep.

Well connected...
Road, Rail & Internet

Road Acces to the A5, A483, A55, M56 right on the doorstep.  Commuters from Chester, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Liverpool, Runcorn, Warrington, Manchester all choose Wynnstay.

Rail Access from Ruabon to Chester providing key access to change for express services for other locations.

Internet FTTP (Fibre To The Premises) Fibre Optic Broadband is available in most areas supporting 300Mbps download and 50Mbps upload speeds.

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