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Review of Waddesdon: A village and parish based ten kilometres west of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is an age old agricultural area that has a church originating from the 13th century. Famed as the setting for the magnificent Waddesdon Manor, established by the prosperous Rothschilds family in the Renaissance style of a sixteenth century French chateau (presently administered by the National Trust), Waddesdon has essentially been an estate village since the late nineteenth century.

Waddesdon today has a populace of approximately two thousand (census of 2011) & continues to be dominated by buildings erected for the Rothschilds (the Five Arrows Hotel, the Village Hall, and properties built for Manor workers). The parish of Waddesdon covers roughly 7,000 acres (including Eythrope, Woodham, Wormstone and Westcott). Waddesdon formerly had a train station which linked it with neighbouring Aylesbury, this is now shut down & the village can now only be reached by road (A41).

Waddesdon's Manor HouseWaddesdon in the Past: Prior to the Conquest by the Normans, Waddesdon was a Saxon settlement, the manor being held by Brictric, one of Queen Edith's men. In the 1086 Domesday Book the manor was being worth twenty seven hides & documented to be possessed by Miles Crispin. Afterwards the manor of Waddesdon was to be accorded to Henry of Oxford and afterwards to the Courtenay family, it swapped control regularly until finally passing to John 7th Duke of Marlborough. It was formerly named 7th Duke of Marlborough (John Spencer Churchill) who, in eighteen seventy four, sold Waddesdon and his large Buckinghamshire estate to Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild a politician, art collector and one of the wealthy Rothschild banking dynasty.

Waddesdon Manor: Ferdinand de Rothschild subsequently went on to construct the remarkable Waddesdon Manor House, using a design by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur, in the Renaissance style of a sixteenth century French chateau, right down to the wine cellars. Ferdinand died in 1898, his estate and manor passing down to his sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild. The Manor was built as a family home and to hold Baron Rothschild's enormous collection of tapestries, furniture and art. In the late 1950's, after the passing of James de Rothschild, the Manor was entrusted to the National Trust, it eventually came to be a well loved visitor hotspot. Waddesdon Manor features its phenomenal collection of paintings, French furniture and decorative arts, enormous gardens, an excellent wine cellar, a Rococo style aviary, plant centre, online shop, conference rooms, children's area, quality eateries, giftshops and even offers wedding services (The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor). Plenty of events can be attended at Waddesdon Manor year round for example carol singing, art displays, food markets, horticultural events and wine samplings.

Waddesdon throughout the centuries has been a largely farming village, it's previously had the names Votesdone (eleventh century) and Woddesdon (14th century), in addition to the modern spelling. Aside from agriculture, lace manufacture and silk making were alternative ways by which local people have made an income in Waddesdon through the generations. The construction of the parish church Saint Michael and All Angels commenced in 1190, it was expanded & embellished regularly throughout the generations, especially through the medieval and Victorian periods. The Font was added in about 1400, the church tower was reconstructed in 1892, replacing the one built in the fourteenth century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Stunningly gorgeous, the celebrated marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, provides a wonderfully inspiring back drop for that perfect wedding of your dreams at any time of year. Nestling in a relaxing waterside setting among stunning garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an enchanting exclusive building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, expertly created for the rich Ferdinand de Rothschild during the 1800s and for over 100 years the countryside estate of the Rothschild family. You and your guests will enjoy a taste of that wealthy way of living: exceptional food, terrific wines, & professional service with total exclusivity assured. The delightful Dairy at Waddesdon holds a license for civil wedding ceremonies underneath the Antler Chandelier, in the Winter Garden, in the West Hall and outside (under cover) by the lakeside pavilion. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Pretty convenient for going to see Waddesdon Manor and surrounded by wonderful open landscapes, this fantastic holiday cottage enjoys splendid views and is pleasingly furnished throughout, that makes it just the thing for a relaxed trip or short break. The cottage is placed on the fringe of the lovely village of Ashendon roughly 4 miles drive from Waddesdon.

Boasting a large garden, with BBQ, outside furniture and lots of fruit trees, the cottage has a comfy beamed living room having an open hearth to warm you on winter nights, in the kitchen you will discover an AGA stove, just the thing for preparing a home-cooked English breakfast before leaving on your travels.

This holiday cottage is a short meander away from the village boasting a traditional public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering real ale and terrific food, and other than Waddesdon, is convenient for heading to such locations as Aylesbury, Cuddington, Haddenham and Chearsley, in addition nearby are the Chiltern Hills. This super holiday home is made for an escape winter or summer.

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