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Review of Waddesdon: A small village and parish positioned ten kilometers west of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is a traditional farming community boasting a church originating from the 13th century. Waddesdon is perhaps most famous as being the location of the Rothschild dynasty owned, French Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (nowadays administered by the National Trust), drawing a large number of tourists to the village.

A number of the buildings erected for the Rothschild family (properties built for manor personnel, the Five Arrows hotel and the village hall) still dominate Waddesdon today and are lived in and loved by its populace of roughly 2,097 (2011). Waddesdon parish (coupled with Eythrope, Westcott, Wormstone & Woodham) covers a little over seven thousand acres. At one time connected to neighbouring Aylesbury by train, Waddesdon railway station is long decommissioned & the village can only be got to by road (the A41).

Waddesdon Manor BucksWaddesdon History: Until the Conquest by the Normans, Waddesdon was clearly a Saxon settlement, the manor being held by Brictric, one of Queen Edith's men. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor was being worth 27 hides & registered as controlled by Miles Crispin. The manor of Waddesdon eventually passing to to John Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough in the nineteenth century, having changed hands frequently over the ensueing generations. It was the aforesaid 7th Duke of Marlborough (John Spencer Churchill) who, in the late nineteenth century, sold off The parish of Waddesdon and his extensive Buckinghamshire landed estate to Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild a politician, art collector & one of the prosperous Rothschild banking dynasty of Austria.

Waddesdon Manor: Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild subsequently went on to build the impressive Waddesdon Manor House, using a design by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur, in the style of a sixteenth century French chateau, wine cellars and all. Ferdinand passed away in 1898, the estate passing to his sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild. In addition to acting as a residence the Manor House was built to house the enormous collection of tapestries, art and furniture, amassed by the Baron. An important tourism destination was born once the National Trust took control of the administration of Waddesdon Manor House right after the passing of James de Rothschild. There are various features that lure visitors to Waddesdon Manor for example fine restaurants, conference rooms, gift shops, childrens area, an outstanding wedding venue, a plant centre and more in addition to the gardens and the remarkable building itself having its collections of artwork, figurines and French furniture. Lots of events and activities can be attended at the Manor year round like art exhibitions, food markets, carol singing, horticultural shows and wine samplings.

Apart from the present name the village of Waddesdon has also been called Votesdone (11th century) and Woddesdon (14th C), over the ages it has largely relied on agriculture. Other than agriculture and farming, lace manufacturing and silk making are alternative ways in which local individuals made a little money in Waddesdon over the centuries. The structure of Waddesdon's parish church St Michael and All Angels started in 1190, it was extended & embellished again & again over the ages, particularly in the medieval & Victorian periods. The Font dates from about 1400, the tower was reconstructed in 1892, replacing the one erected during the 14th century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Breathtakingly fabulous, the widely recognized wedding venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, gives you a remarkably inspiring backdrop for the ideal wedding event anytime throughout the year. Nestling in a tranquil waterside setting amidst superb garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a delightful exclusive building on the Waddesdon Estate, stunningly developed for the wealthy Rothschild's during the nineteenth Century & for over 100 years the countryside estate of the Rothschild family. You, your family and guests will encounter an idea of their privileged way of living: outstanding food, terrific wines, & professional service with full exclusivity guaranteed. The fantastic Dairy at Waddesdon is registered for civil marriages outside under cover beside the lakeside pavilion, inside the West Hall, underneath the Antler Chandelier and in the Winter Garden. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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Waddesdon Cottages/Accommodation Near Waddesdon

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

Exceptionally handy for proceeding to Waddesdon Manor & Gardens & circled by fantastic open countryside, this pleasant holiday cottage provides you with terrific views and is appropriately appointed throughout, that makes it suitable for a tranquil escape or weekend break. The cottage is placed on the outskirts of the quiet little village of Ashendon around 4.7 miles away from the village of Waddesdon.

Enjoying a substantial garden, with BBQ, outdoor furniture and quite a few fruit trees, this cottage has a snug timber beamed sitting area with an open fire for getting warm on winter days, in the kitchen there is an AGA cooker, excellent for making a home cooked breakfast before leaving to explore.

The cottage is just a short stroll away from the village centre with its classic public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), which serves fine beer and exceptional meals, and as well as Waddesdon, is handy for going to such places as Haddenham, Aylesbury, Cuddington and Chearsley, also not far away are the Chiltern Hills. This excellent holiday cottage is great for a break all year round.

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