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Review of Waddesdon: Waddesdon in the county of Buckinghamshire is a historic farming community located roughly 10 kilometres to the west of the large town of Aylesbury, it has a parish church originating from the 13th century. Waddesdon is actually best known as being the location of the Rothschild family owned, French Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (nowadays managed by the National Trust), bringing a lot of tourists to the area.

Modern day Waddesdon has a populace of roughly 2,100 (in 2011) and continues to be dominated by buildings constructed by the Rothschild family (the Five Arrows Hotel, the Village Hall, and dwellings built for Manor personnel). Formerly linked with near by Aylesbury by railway, Waddesdon train station has long been closed down & the village can just be reached by road (A41). Waddesdon parish (including Westcott, Woodham, Eythrope & Wormstone) covers over seven thousand acres.

Waddesdon ManorWaddesdon Over the Centuries: Undeniably a Saxon settlement previous to the Norman conquest, Waddesdon manor was controlled by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric, in those very early, generally undocumented days. In the 1086 Domesday Book the manor was recorded to be retained by Miles Crispin and being worth 27 hides. The manor of Waddesdon eventually passing to to John, 7th Duke of Marlborough during the 19th century, having changed hands again and again over the years. In eighteen seventy four the 7th Duke of Marlborough (John Spencer Churchill) sold off his complete Bucks estate, including the village of Waddesdon, to Ferdinand de Rothschild, a politician (he was High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Liberal Member of Parliment for Aylesbury), art collector & member of the prosperous Rothschild banking dynasty of Austria.

Waddesdon Manor House: The stunning Waddesdon Manor House, in the Renaissance (Rebirth) style of a 16th c French chateau, wine cellars and all, was erected by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, using a layout by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The estate and manor passed on to Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, the Baron's sister, after he died in 1898. Waddesdon Manor was entrusted to the National Trust after the death of James de Rothschild in the late 1950's, it afterwards became a recognized tourism attraction. Waddesdon Manor boasts an internationally acclaimed collection of paintings, French furniture and decorative arts, substantial landscaped gardens, an excellent wine cellar, a Rococo style aviary, plant centre, online shop, meeting rooms, children's area, high quality eateries, gift shops and additionally offers wedding services (The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor). Waddesdon Manor and grounds additionally organizes different events and activities during the year for example carol singing, art displays, food markets, horticultural shows and wine tasting events.

Other than the present-day title the community of Waddesdon has also been referred to as Votesdone (11th century) and Woddesdon (14th C), across the generations it has typically survived through agriculture. Among alternative crafts which supported local folk besides agriculture and farming were silk making and lace manufacture. The construction of the parish church St Michael & All Angels was started in 1190, it was extended and improved again & again through the ages, particularly throughout the medieval & Victorian periods. The Font dates from around 1400, the tower was reconstructed in 1892, updating the original one erected in the 14th century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Stunningly fabulous, the elegant wedding venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Bucks, boasts a wonderfully romantic back drop to make the ultimate wedding day anytime of year. Nestling in a relaxing waterside setting amidst superb garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a memorable private building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, expertly built for the prosperous Rothschild banking family in the nineteenth Century & for more than a century the country residence of the Rothschild household. You and your guests can explore a flavour of their privileged standard of living: superlative food, quality wines, and high quality service with absolute individuality guaranteed. The spectacular Dairy at Waddesdon has a license for civil marriage ceremonies in the West Hall, the Wintergarden, below the Antler Chandelier and outside under the cover of the lakeside Pavilion. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Definitely handy for visiting Waddesdon & Waddesdon Manor and surrounded by breathtaking open landscapes, this fabulous holiday home has got lovely views & is perfectly equipped throughout, which make it ideal for a secluded vacation or weekend break. The property is placed on the fringe of the lovely village of Ashendon about four miles away from the village of Waddesdon.

Boasting a considerable garden, with bar-b-que, outside furniture and numerous fruit trees, this property has a cozy beamed sitting area which has an open fireplace for warming up on cold nights, in the roomy kitchen you'll discover an AGA range, great for preparing a home-made English breakfast just before leaving on your travels.

The holiday cottage is a short walk from the village centre with its classic public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering a choice of ales and fantastic food, and in addition to Waddesdon, is convenient for exploring such locations as Chearsley, Cuddington, Aylesbury and Haddenham, in addition close by are the Chilterns. This fantastic cottage is good for a break all year round.

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