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Review of Waddesdon: A village and parish positioned nine and a half kilometres to the west of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is an ancient farming community which has a parish church dating from the 13th century. Well known as the setting for the glorious Waddesdon Manor, put up by the well-heeled Rothschilds family in the Renaissance style of a sixteenth century French chateau (at this time looked after by the National Trust), Waddesdon has been for the most part an estate village since the late 19th C.

A lot of the structures built for the Rothschilds (properties built for manor workers, the Five Arrows hotel & the village hall) still dominate present day Waddesdon and are lived in & valued by the populace of about 2,000 (census of 2011). Waddesdon parish (in addition to Wormstone, Westcott, Woodham and Eythrope) covers an area of 7,252 acres. Formerly connected with near by Aylesbury via train, Waddesdon rail station has long been shut down and the village can only be gotten to by road (the A41).

Waddesdon Manor BuckinghamshireWaddesdon History: Without doubt a Saxon settlement right before the conquest by the Normans, the manor of Waddesdon was controlled by Brictric, one of Queen Edith's men, in those early, by and large undocumented days. In the 1086 Domesday Book the manor was shown as being retained by Miles Crispin and having a worth of 27 hides. The manor of Waddesdon was owned by many landowners before finally ending up with John, 7th Duke of Marlborough during the 19th century, these included Henry of Oxford and Thomas Earl of Devon. It was the 7th Duke of Marlborough who, in eighteen seventy four, sold Waddesdon & his entire Bucks landed estate to Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild an art collector, politician & member of the wealthy Austrian Rothschild banking family.

Waddesdon Manor House: The Rebirth (Renaissance) style Waddesdon Manor House was later built by Ferdinand de Rothschild, copying a sixteenth century French chateau, wine cellars and all. The estate passed down to The Baron's sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, in 1898, when Ferdinand passed away at Waddesdon Manor on the same day as his birth in 1898. The Manor was conceived both as a family home and also to hold the Baron's vast collection of furniture, tapestries and art. In 1957, James de Rothschild passed away and Waddesdon Manor developed into a well loved tourist destination when it was handed over to the National Trust. Modern day Waddesdon Manor delivers considerable landscaped gardens, its phenomenal displays of paintings, furniture and decorative arts, a garden centre, a Rococo style aviary, a wine cellar, gift shops, meeting rooms, a wedding venue (The Dairy at Waddesdon), a children's area, gift shops and high class restaurants. Waddesdon Manor of course organizes quite a few functions and events year round for example carol singing, food markets, art events, horticultural events and wine samplings.

Waddesdon across the years has been a mostly agricultural village, it's formerly had the titles Votesdone (11th C) and Woddesdon (fourteenth century), in addition to the present spelling of the name. Other than farming, lace making and silk making were alternative ways that local people have made some money in Waddesdon in the past. The construction of the parish church St Michael and All Angels started in 1190, it was extended and embellished very often over the years, in particular during the medieval and Victorian periods. The Font was added in around 1400, the church tower was renewed in 1892, updating the one built during the fourteenth century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Remarkably stunning, the classy wedding venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Bucks, supplies a superbly enchanting back drop for that ultimate wedding ceremony anytime of year. Located in a peaceful waterside setting within amazing garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a charming private building on the Waddesdon Estate, skillfully designed for the well-heeled Rothschild banking family in the 19th Century and for more than 100 years the country retreat of the Rothschild dynasty. You and your guests can enjoy a flavour of that fortunate way of life: outstanding food, superior wines, & high quality service with absolute individuality guaranteed. The exquisite Dairy at Waddesdon is authorized for civil marriages in the Wintergarden, under cover outside in the lakeside pavilion, in the West Hall and underneath the Antler Chandelier. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Rather convenient for viewing Waddesdon Manor & overlooking wonderful open landscapes, this delightful holiday cottage has got fantastic views and is adequately equipped throughout, which make it ideal for a peaceful vacation or short break. The cottage is located on the fringe of the charming village of Ashendon around 4.7 miles from Waddesdon.

Enjoying a sizable garden, with barbecue, outside furniture and numerous fruit trees, this cottage has a comfy and cosy wooden beamed sitting area which has an open hearth for warming up on wintry evenings, in the kitchen area you'll notice an AGA cooker, perfect for making a home-made breakfast just before heading off on your travels.

The cottage is merely a short meander away from the village centre featuring its traditional pub (The Hundred of Ashendon), supplying a choice of ales and superb food, and besides Waddesdon, is convenient for going to such places as Aylesbury, Cuddington, Haddenham and Chearsley, furthermore nearby are the Chilterns. This terrific cottage is made for an escape any time of the year.

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