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Review of Waddesdon: A village and parish based ten kilometers to the west of the large town of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is a traditional agricultural area having a church dating from the 13th century. Renowned as the setting for the amazing Waddesdon Manor, put up by the prosperous Rothschilds family in the Renaissance style of a 16th century French chateau (these days looked after by the National Trust), Waddesdon has primarily been an estate village since the late 19th C.

Present day Waddesdon houses a population of around 2,000 (census of 2011) & continues to be dominated by buildings built for the Rothschilds (dwellings built for Manor staff, the Five Arrows Hotel & the Village Hall). Waddesdon until the 1930's had a railway station which connected it with nearby Aylesbury, this has long been shut down & the village may only be reached by road (namely the A41). The parish comprises an area of 7,252 acres (in conjunction with Eythrope, Woodham, Wormstone and Westcott).

Waddesdon Manor BucksA History of Waddesdon: In the 1086 Domesday Book Waddesdon manor was priced at twenty seven hides and noted down as possessed by Miles Crispin, but before this it was definitely a Saxon settlement & was held by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. Subsequently the manor of Waddesdon was to be awarded to Henry of Oxford and subsequently to the Courtenay family, it switched hands oftentimes until finally passing to John 7th Duke of Marlborough. In 1874 the Duke of Marlborough sold off his whole 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 representing Aylesbury), art collector and part of the well-off Austrian Rothschild banking family.

Waddesdon Manor House: Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild proceeded to construct the outstanding Waddesdon Manor House, using a layout by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur, in the style of a sixteenth century French chateau, right down to the wine cellars. Ferdinand died in 1898, the estate and manor inherited by his sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild. The Manor was constructed both as a family residence and also to hold the Baron's large collection of furniture, tapestries and art. A totally new tourism attraction was born at the time the National Trust took control of the management of the Manor following the death of James de Rothschild. Current day Waddesdon Manor offers large landscaped gardens, a world-famous collection of paintings, furniture and ornamental arts, a plant centre, a Rococo aviary, gift shops, a quality wine cellar, conference areas, a marriage venue (The Dairy at Waddesdon), a kid's area, gift shops and high class restaurants. Art events, carol singing, food markets, horticultural events and wine tasting events are some of the several events that are held all year long at waddesdon manor and grounds.

In addition to the current day name the community of Waddesdon has further been called Votesdone (11th century) and Woddesdon (14th century), over the years it's traditionally depended on farming. During the 18th century it briefly tried out silk manufacturing, with a small factory established in 1843 as an offshoot of the more substantial factory in neighbouring Aylesbury. Lace manufacture was also performed by many of the women of the parish in the middle to late 1800's. Saint Michael and All Angels parish church was first erected in approximately 1190 in Waddesdon, the font is from around 1400 & the current tower from 1892.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Stunningly appealing, the notable marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, gives you a beautifully inspiring back drop for your perfect wedding of your dreams at any time of year. Nestling in a serene waterside setting amongst glorious garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a sensational exclusive building on the Waddesdon Estate, expertly made for the prosperous Rothschild's during the 19th Century and for more than a century the countryside retreat of the Rothschild household. You, your family and friends will experience a flavour of that privileged way of living: exceptional food, quality wines, & professional service with total exclusivity guaranteed. The delightful Dairy at Waddesdon is licensed for civil wedding 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: Quainton Road, Chestnut Close, Little Britain, Baker Street, Taylors Corner, The Square, Silk Street, Warmstone Close, School Lane, Goss Avenue, Wood Street, Anstey Close, Eythrope Road, Warmstone Lane, Sharps Close, Frederick Street, Grove Way, New Street, Queen Street, The Grove, Orchard Close, Rectory Drive, Waddesdon Hill, High Street, Rose Terrace.

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

Rather convenient for touring Waddesdon Manor and circled by delightful open landscapes, this gorgeous holiday cottage enjoys nice views and is pleasantly appointed throughout, which makes it suitable for a restful holiday or short break. The property is situated on the outskirts of the attractive village of Ashendon about 4 miles drive from Waddesdon.

Looking out onto a big garden, with BBQ, outside furniture and plenty of fruit trees, this property offers a cozy wooden beamed sitting room which has an open hearth for getting warm on those winter days, in the kitchen there's an AGA cooker, good for making a home made breakfast before setting off to explore.

The holiday cottage is merely a short stroll away from the village of Ashendon with its traditional public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering fine ales and terrific food, and other than Waddesdon, is convenient for exploring such locations as Cuddington, Chearsley, Haddenham and Aylesbury, additionally not far away are the Chiltern Hills. This super cottage is great for a break right through the year.

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