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Review of Waddesdon: An old farming community which has a thirteenth century parish church, Waddesdon is positioned roughly nine and a half kilometres to the west of the town of Aylesbury in Bucks. Waddesdon is definitely most recognized as the location of the Rothschild family built, French Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (now administered by the National Trust), bringing lots of visitors to the area.

With its current population of roughly two thousand (census of 2011), Waddesdon today continues to be peppered with buildings erected for the Rothschilds (the village hall, the Five Arrows hotel & properties built for manor employees). The parish covers an area of 7,252 acres (in addition to Wormstone, Westcott, Woodham and Eythrope). Waddesdon until the 1930's had a rail station which joined it with neighbouring Aylesbury, this has long been closed & the village can now only be gotten to by road (A41).

Waddesdon Manor and GardensThe Story of Waddesdon: In the Domesday Book of 1086 Waddesdon manor was having a worth of twenty seven hides and described as possessed by Miles Crispin, however before this it was clearly a Saxon settlement & was retained by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. Waddesdon manor ultimately passed to John, 7th Duke of Marlborough in the nineteenth century, having changed hands over and over over the previous centuries. In the late 19th century the 7th Duke of Marlborough (John Spencer Churchill) sold his entire Buckinghamshire landed estate, which included the parish of Waddesdon, to Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, a politician (he was High Sheriff of Bucks and Liberal MP for Aylesbury), art enthusiast & part of the rich Rothschild banking dynasty of Austria.

Waddesdon Manor: The amazing Waddesdon Manor House, in the Renaissance (Rebirth) style of a sixteenth century French chateau, right down to the wine cellars, was erected by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, using a design by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The estate and manor passed to Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, the Baron's sister, when he passed away in 1898. Aside from housing the Baron's vast collection of tapestries, furniture and art, Waddesdon Manor also served as a family residence. In the late 1950's, right after the passing of James de Rothschild, Waddesdon Manor House was entrusted to the National Trust, it eventually developed into a well-known tourist hotspot. Waddesdon Manor has a world-famous displays of paintings, French furniture and decorative arts, extensive gardens, an exceptional wine cellar, a Rococo style aviary, online shop, plant centre, meeting rooms, childrens area, classy restaurants, gift shops and also offers marriage services (The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor). The Manor also organizes multiple functions and events year round such as carol singing, art events, food markets, horticultural events and wine tastings.

Over the years, Waddesdon remained as a principally agricultural village and along with the present day name has been identified variously as Votesdone (11th C) and Woddesdon (fourteenth century). Among other crafts which sustained local people aside from agriculture were silk making and lace manufacturing. The conception of Waddesdon's parish church Saint Michael & All Angels was begun in 1190, it was extended and upgraded regularly through the ages, particularly over the medieval and Victorian periods. The Font dates from about 1400, the church tower was rebuilt in 1892, substituting the former one constructed during the fourteenth century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Breathtakingly gorgeous, the renowned marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Bucks, presents a wonderfully inspiring back drop for your ultimate wedding of your dreams at any time throughout the year. Nestling in a relaxing waterside setting among gorgeous garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an awesome private building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, skillfully created for the rich Rothschild's during the 1800s & for over a century the countryside retreat of the Rothschild dynasty. You, your family and guests can enjoy a flavor of their privileged standard of living: outstanding food, first class wines, and expert service with complete exclusivity assured. The delightful Dairy at Waddesdon is authorized for civil marriages under the Antler Chandelier, in the Winter Garden, inside the West Hall and outside (under cover) by the lakeside pavilion. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Relatively handy for checking out Waddesdon and Waddesdon Manor and surrounded by lovely open countryside, this wonderful cottage delivers fantastic views & is nicely appointed throughout, that makes it appropriate for a secluded vacation or short break. The property is found on the edge of the charming village of Ashendon roughly 5 miles away from Waddesdon.

Set in a big garden, with barbecue, outdoor furniture and a lot of fruit trees, this cottage offers a comfy wooden beamed sitting area with an open fire to warm you on chilly nights, in the kitchen there is an AGA stove, excellent for preparing a home-cooked breakfast just before setting off on your travels.

The property is a short walk from the village with its traditional public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), supplying fine ales and terrific meals, and as well as Waddesdon, is convenient for exploring such places as Aylesbury, Haddenham, Chearsley and Cuddington, also within reach are the Chiltern Hills. This super property is made for a break any time you fancy.

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