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Review of Waddesdon: Positioned roughly 10 kilometres west of the large town of Aylesbury, the parish and small village of Waddesdon is an ancient agricultural community with a 13th century parish church. The renowned Waddesdon Manor is positioned adjacent to the village, put up in sixteenth century French Renaissance style by the well-to-do Rothschild family towards the end of 19th century.

The village today has a population of about 2,097 (2011 census) & is still dominated by buildings built for the Rothschild family (the Village Hall, the Five Arrows Hotel and houses built for Manor personnel). Waddesdon in former times had a rail station which connected it with neighbouring Aylesbury, this is long closed and the village can just be got to by road (namely the A41). The parish covers just over seven thousand acres (in addition to Westcott, Eythrope, Woodham & Wormstone).

The Manor at WaddesdonWaddesdon in the Past: Without doubt a Saxon settlement just before the Norman conquest, Waddesdon manor was controlled by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric, in those far off, largely undocumented days. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor was noted down as possessed by Miles Crispin & priced at 27 hides. Waddesdon manor was controlled by a lot of landowners until ultimately ending up with John Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough in the nineteenth century, including Thomas Earl of Devon and Henry of Oxford. It was the previously mentioned Duke of Marlborough who, in 1874, sold Waddesdon & surrounding areas & his extensive Buckinghamshire estate to Ferdinand de Rothschild an art enthusiast, politician & the well-heeled Austrian Rothschild banking family.

Waddesdon Manor House: The stunning Waddesdon Manor House, in the Renaissance (Rebirth) style of a 16th century French chateau, wine cellars and all, was conceived by Ferdinand de Rothschild, based on a design by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The estate and manor passed to Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, Ferdinand's sister, after he died in 1898. Together with being a residence the Manor House was designed to show off the huge collection of art, tapestries and furniture, gathered by the Baron. Waddesdon Manor House was handed over to the National Trust following the death of James de Rothschild in 1957, it subsequently became a celebrated visitor hotspot. There are many factors which bring in visitors to Waddesdon Manor including high-quality restaurants, conference areas, gift outlets, childrens area, a top notch wedding venue, a garden centre and much more in addition to the gardens plus the beautiful residence itself featuring its collection of art work, figurines and furniture. Waddesdon Manor additionally organizes dozens of functions and events during the year like food markets, art shows, carol singing, horticultural shows and wine tastings.

Over the ages, Waddesdon survived as a primarily farming village and along with the modern day name has been called variously as Votesdone (11th century) and Woddesdon (14th C). Among alternative industries which have sustained local folk apart from agriculture and farming were silk manufacture and lace making. The erection of Waddesdon's parish church St Michael & All Angels began in 1190, it was expanded & embellished several times across the ages, especially in the medieval and Victorian periods. The Font was added in about 1400, the church tower was renewed in 1892, replacing the one erected during the 14th century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Breathtakingly beautiful, the famous marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Bucks, gives you a beautifully romantic back drop to make the ultimate wedding celebration at any time of the year. Sitting in a serene waterside setting within superb gardens, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an enchanting exclusive building on the Waddesdon Estate, stunningly designed for the affluent Ferdinand de Rothschild during the 1800s and for over 100 years the country estate of the Rothschild family. You and your guests will enjoy a flavor of that wealthy lifestyle: superlative food, first class wines, and skilled service with total exclusivity guaranteed. The outstanding Dairy at Waddesdon has a license for civil marriages outside under cover beside the lakeside pavilion, within the West Hall, below the Antler Chandelier and in the Winter Garden. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Fairly handy for proceeding to Waddesdon Manor & surrounded by pretty open countryside, this gorgeous holiday home enjoys spectacular views & is nicely furnished throughout, which make it suited to a tranquil escape or weekend break. The property is placed on the outskirts of the attractive little village of Ashendon around four miles from the village of Waddesdon.

Set in a large back garden, with barbecue, garden furniture and a large number of fruit trees, the property has a cozy beamed sitting area with an open hearth for warming up on those winter evenings, in the roomy kitchen you will find an AGA stove, just the thing for preparing a home made English breakfast just before heading off on your travels.

This property is just a short amble from the village centre featuring its classic public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), serving a choice of beers and terrific meals, and other than Waddesdon, is convenient for visiting such locations as Chearsley, Cuddington, Aylesbury and Haddenham, furthermore in close proximity are the Chiltern Hills. This superb property is made for a break summer or winter.

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