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Review of Waddesdon: A parish and small village placed 10 kilometres to the west of the large town of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is a traditional farming community which has a church first built in the 13th century. Waddesdon is actually best known as the location of the Rothschild dynasty built, French Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (today administered by the National Trust), drawing lots of visitors to the area.

Still dominated by structures erected for the Rothschilds (the Five Arrows hotel, the village hall, and housing built for manor employees), modern day Waddesdon houses a population of around two thousand (2011). The parish of Waddesdon (in addition to Eythrope, Westcott, Wormstone & Woodham) covers a little over seven thousand acres. Previously linked to near by Aylesbury by means of railway, Waddesdon rail station is now decommissioned & the village may only be gotten to by road (namely the A41).

Waddesdon Manor BucksThe Historical Past of Waddesdon: Right before the Conquest by the Normans, Waddesdon would have been a Saxon village, the manor being held by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor was having a value of 27 hides and shown as being held by Miles Crispin. The manor of Waddesdon was overseen by quite a few members of society before ultimately passing to John, 7th Duke of Marlborough during the 19th century, including Thomas Earl of Devon and Henry of Oxford. Politician, art collector and member of a affluent Austrian banking dynasty, Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, acquired the complete Buckinghamshire estate of the Duke of Marlborough in the late 19th century, that included The village of Waddesdon.

Waddesdon Manor House: The impressive Waddesdon Manor House, in the Rebirth (Renaissance) style of a 16th c French chateau, right down to the wine cellars, was erected by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, according to a design by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The estate and manor passed down to Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, Baron Ferdinand's sister, when he passed away in 1898. Besides housing the Baron's extensive collection of tapestries, art and furniture, Waddesdon Manor also served as a family residence. In the late 1950's, James de Rothschild passed away and Waddesdon Manor House developed into a favourite tourism hotspot soon after it was entrusted to the National Trust. Current day Waddesdon Manor boasts huge landscaped gardens, a world-renowned collection of paintings, furniture and decorative arts, a plant centre, a Rococo aviary, a wine cellar, gift shops, meeting areas, a marriage venue (The Dairy at Waddesdon), a kid's area, first class restaurants and gift shops. Art exhibitions, food markets, carol singing, horticultural shows and wine samplings are some of the various functions which are usually held year round at the manor.

Across the centuries, Waddesdon survived as a largely farming village and together with the present-day name has been known varyingly as Votesdone (eleventh century) and Woddesdon (14th century). In the 18th century it momentarily delved into silk making, with a little factory becoming founded in 1843 used as an offshoot of the much larger factory in neighbouring Aylesbury. Lace manufacture was furthermore performed by many of the ladies of the parish in the middle to late 1800's. The building of the parish church Saint Michael and All Angels was begun in 1190, it was expanded and embellished often throughout the years, in particular over the medieval and Victorian periods. The Font was added in around 1400, the church tower was reconstructed in 1892, substituting the former one built during the fourteenth century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Magnificently pretty, the well known marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Bucks, provides a superbly super romantic back drop for your perfect wedding at any time of the year. Placed in a tranquil waterside setting amongst glorious garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a memorable exclusive building on the Waddesdon Estate, stunningly created for the rich Ferdinand de Rothschild during the nineteenth Century and for more than a century the country residence of the Rothschild household. You, your family and guests can get a flavour of that fortunate life style: superlative food, superior wines, & expert service with complete exclusivity assured. The breathtaking Dairy at Waddesdon carries a license for civil marriage ceremonies in the Wintergarden, under cover outside in the lakeside pavilion, in the West Hall and beneath the Antler Chandelier. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Particularly convenient for venturing to Waddesdon Manor & Gardens and surrounded by lovely open scenery, this lovely holiday cottage enjoys terrific views & is pleasantly equipped throughout, that makes it suitable for a peaceful getaway or weekend break. The property can be found on the fringe of the pretty little village of Ashendon approximately 4 miles drive from the village of Waddesdon.

Boasting a substantial back garden, with barbecue, patio furniture and quite a few fruit trees, this cottage includes a warm and comfortable timber beamed sitting room which has an open fireplace to warm you on chilly evenings, in the kitchen area you'll notice an AGA stove, good for making a home-made English breakfast right before setting off to explore the area.

The property is only a short meander away from the the heart of Ashendon with its classic pub (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering real ale and terrific food, and in addition to Waddesdon, is handy for going to such locations as Haddenham, Aylesbury, Cuddington and Chearsley, in addition nearby are the Chiltern Hills. This fantastic cottage is good for a holiday all year round.

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