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Review of Waddesdon: An ancient farming community with a 13th century parish church, Waddesdon is to be found approximately nine and a half kilometres to the west of the town of Aylesbury in Bucks. Waddesdon has been for the most part an estate village since the end of the 19th century at which time the fabulous Renaissance style Waddesdon Manor was built by the wealthy Rothschilds family, as well as houses for the employees.

With a present population of about 2,097 (in 2011), present day Waddesdon continues to be peppered with structures erected by the Rothschild family (the Five Arrows hotel, the village hall, & houses built for manor personnel). Waddesdon in former times had a railway station which joined it to nearby Aylesbury, this is long closed and the village can only be reached by road (the A41). The parish of Waddesdon covers approximately 7,000 acres (in addition to Westcott, Eythrope, Woodham and Wormstone).

Waddesdon ManorWaddesdon in the Past: In the Domesday Book of 1086 Waddesdon manor was priced at 27 hides and described to be controlled by Miles Crispin, however before it was most definitely a Saxon village & was retained by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. Waddesdon manor was overseen by countless members of society prior to finally ending up with John, 7th Duke of Marlborough in the 19th century, these included Henry of Oxford and Thomas Earl of Devon. It was the previously mentioned 7th Duke of Marlborough who, in the late nineteenth century, sold The village of Waddesdon & his extensive Buckinghamshire estate to Ferdinand de Rothschild a politician, art enthusiast & member of the rich Austrian Rothschild banking family.

Waddesdon Manor House: The Renaissance (Rebirth) style Waddesdon Manor House was later founded by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, reproducing a sixteenth century French chateau, wine cellars and all. The estate and manor passed down to Ferdinand's sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, in 1898, after Ferdinand passed away at the Manor in 1898, on his 59th birthday. Apart from showing off the Baron's enormous collection of furniture, art and tapestries, Waddesdon Manor also served as a residence. Waddesdon Manor House was bequeathed to the National Trust upon the passing of James de Rothschild in 1957, it afterwards developed into a successful tourist attraction. Current day Waddesdon Manor has huge gardens, its phenomenal collection of paintings, furniture and ornamental arts, a plant centre, a Rococo style aviary, gift shops, a quality wine cellar, conference areas, a marriage venue (The Dairy at Waddesdon), a kid's corner, high-class restaurants and gift shops. Waddesdon Manor and grounds in addition plays host to a number of events all year round including carol singing, food markets, art displays, wine samplings, and horticultural shows.

Waddesdon throughout the ages has been a typically farming community, it's formerly had the titles Votesdone (eleventh century) and Woddesdon (fourteenth century), and also the current day spelling of the name. Among alternative crafts which have supported local folk apart from agriculture are silk making and lace manufacturing. The building of Waddesdon's parish church St Michael & All Angels was begun in 1190, it was expanded & upgraded often through the years, in particular in the medieval and Victorian periods. The Font was built in about 1400, the tower was reconstructed in 1892, updating the one built in the 14th century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Wonderfully exquisite, the widely known wedding venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, presents a wonderfully super romantic back drop for your perfect wedding celebration anytime of the year. Nestling in a relaxed waterside setting in the middle of gorgeous garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a charming exclusive building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, expertly designed for the Rothschild family during the 19th Century & for more than one hundred years the country estate of the Rothschild family. You, your family and friends will enjoy a flavour of their fortunate standard of living: outstanding food, superior wines, & high quality service with full exclusivity guaranteed. The attractive Dairy at Waddesdon holds a license for civil marriage ceremonies in the West Hall, the Wintergarden, under the Antler Chandelier and outside under the cover of the lakeside Pavilion. Call: 01296 653226.

A selection of Waddesdon streets and roads: Orchard Close, Rectory Drive, Warmstone Lane, The Grove, Queen Street, Warmstone Close, Baker Street, Grove Way, School Lane, Anstey Close, Wood Street, Little Britain, Frederick Street, High Street, Sharps Close, Waddesdon Hill, Taylors Corner, Rose Terrace, Goss Avenue, Quainton Road, Silk Street, The Square, New Street, Eythrope Road, Chestnut Close.

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Orchard Cottage Ashendon - 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom (Sleeps 4)

Exceedingly convenient for heading to Waddesdon Manor and surrounded by gorgeous open scenery, this fantastic holiday home offers you terrific views and is nicely equipped throughout, which makes it a good choice for a secluded trip or weekend break. The property is located on the outskirts of the pretty little village of Ashendon roughly 4.7 miles away from Waddesdon.

Set in a large back garden, with barbecue, garden furniture and quite a few fruit trees, the property provides a comfortable beamed living room that has an open fireplace for getting warm on chilly nights, in the kitchen you'll notice an AGA range, great for making a home-made English breakfast prior to setting off to explore the area.

This holiday home is just a short walk from the village centre with its classic pub (The Hundred of Ashendon), providing real ale and outstanding meals, and besides Waddesdon, is great for visiting such areas as Aylesbury, Cuddington, Haddenham and Chearsley, also within reach are the Chiltern Hills. This terrific holiday home is perfect for an escape right through the year.

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This information should be useful for surrounding towns and villages such as: Aylesbury, Nether Winchendon, Piddington, Poundon, Kingswood, Wootton Underwood, Grendon Underwood, Whitchurch, Woodham, Calvert, Dinton, Ludgershall, Dinton, Steeple Claydon, Ashendon, Quainton, Oving, Dorton, Charndon, Marsh Gibbon, Westcott, Upper Winchendon, Brill, Bicester, Cuddington, Chearsley, Edgcott.