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Plas Isaf (Plas Issa), Llangar parish, Wales

Plas Isaf, Llangar parish, Edeirnion, Merionethshire, near Corwen, N Wales.
["Hafod-Y-Calch", Jenny Lees, 2013] says that Plas Isaf, Llangar parish, used to be spelt "Plas Issa". See extract.
1891 census calls it "Plas Isa", though in 1851 census and 1871 census it is "Plas Isaf".

  
  

Plas Isaf. The garden (E) side.
Photo 2015. See full size. From Adam Riley Photography. Used with permission.


  

The first house at Plas Isaf was 13th century, according to Exploring North Wales.
Plas Isaf describes itself as a 17th century farmhouse.
Home of Owen family in 18th century.
Inherited by Davies family.
Exploring North Wales says current building dates from 1805.

John Manners Kerr came here through his 1814 marriage to Margaret Davies.
[1824 deed] shows Kerr is of "Plas Issa, Llangar, Merioneth".
John Manners Kerr was living there in 1838.
He sold it to Vaughan.
Kerr was gone by 1841.

Plas Isaf is now a wedding and party venue. The venue is the renovated barn.
As a result, Plas Isaf is lavishly photographed by wedding photographers.

  




Plas Isaf.
From old map. Revised: 1899. Published: 1901.



Plas Isaf on modern map.
See Google satellite view.
See Bing satellite view.
See street view of N entrance to Plas Isaf.


  

The garden (E) side

  

The garden (E) side.
Photo 2012. From here.



The garden (E) side.
Photo 2012. From Marie Lloyd Photography.



The garden (E) side.
Photo 2010. From Marie Lloyd Photography.
See more photos from Marie Lloyd Photography.


  

The N side

  

The N side.
Photo 2013. From KNstudio Photography. Used with permission.



The N side.
Photo 2011. From KNstudio Photography. Used with permission.
See more photos from KNstudio Photography.


  

The W side

  

The W side.
Photo 2013. See full size. From Exploring North Wales.



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