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Review of Waddesdon: A parish and small village to be found nine and a half kilometres to the west of the town of Aylesbury, Waddesdon is an age old agricultural community that has a parish church dating from the 13th century. Waddesdon is perhaps best known as being the location of the Rothschild dynasty owned, Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (currently administered by the National Trust), attracting countless visitors to the village.

Still peppered with structures constructed by the Rothschild family (the village hall, the Five Arrows hotel & properties built for manor employees), Waddesdon today houses a population of approximately two thousand (2011 census). Waddesdon once had a rail station which connected it to neighbouring Aylesbury, this is now decommissioned and the village can only be accessed by road (the A41). The parish takes in roughly 7,000 acres (including Wormstone, Westcott, Woodham & Eythrope).

Waddesdon Manor and GardensA History of Waddesdon: In the 1086 Domesday Book Waddesdon manor was priced at 27 hides & noted down to be held by Miles Crispin, whilst before it was definitely a Saxon settlement and was retained by Brictric, one of Queen Edith's men. The manor of Waddesdon was owned by quite a few landowners previous to finally ending up with John Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough during the nineteenth century, these included Henry of Oxford, the Courtenay family and Thomas Earl of Devon. In the 1870's the Duke of Marlborough sold off his whole Buckinghamshire estate, which included Waddesdon, to Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, a politician (he was High Sheriff of Bucks & Liberal Member of Parliment for Aylesbury), art collector and one of the successful Austrian Rothschild banking family.

Waddesdon Manor House: The distinctive Waddesdon Manor House, in the Rebirth (Renaissance) style of a sixteenth century French chateau, wine cellars and all, was built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, based on a layout by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The manor and estate passed down to Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, the Baron's sister, when he died in 1898. Apart from holding the Baron's enormous collection of art, tapestries and furniture, the Manor House also served as a residence. Waddesdon Manor House was bequeathed to the National Trust after the death of James de Rothschild in 1957, it subsequently developed into a very popular tourism hotspot. Waddesdon Manor has a world-famous displays of works of art and furniture, extensive landscaped gardens, a first-rate wine cellar, a Rococo style aviary, online shop, plant centre, meeting rooms, children's corner, classy eateries, gift shops and also provides wedding services (The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor). The Manor of course organizes countless events and activities throughout the year for example art shows, food markets, carol singing, wine samplings, and horticultural shows.

Across the years, Waddesdon has been a mostly farming village and along with the present day name has been known varyingly as Votesdone (11th century) and Woddesdon (14th century). Aside from agriculture, lace making and silk manufacture were other ways that local individuals have made a little money in Waddesdon through the centuries. The building of Waddesdon's parish church St Michael & All Angels was started in 1190, it was expanded & improved often through the ages, especially through the medieval & Victorian periods. The Font was built in around 1400, the church tower was renewed in 1892, replacing the one erected in the fourteenth century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Stunningly gorgeous, the celebrated wedding venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, presents a superbly super romantic back drop for the ideal wedding ceremony at any time throughout the year. Located in a relaxed waterside setting within stunning garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an enchanting private building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, expertly developed for the well-heeled Rothschild family during the 19th Century and for over a century the country estate of the Rothschild family. You, your family and guests will love a flavor of that fortunate way of life: superlative food, fantastic wines, and expert service with full exclusivity guaranteed. The incredible Dairy at Waddesdon holds a license for civil marriages outside under cover beside the lakeside pavilion, in the West Hall, below the Antler Chandelier and in the Winter Garden. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Really handy for going to see Waddesdon Manor House & village and circled by glorious open landscapes, this delightful cottage enjoys fabulous views and is beautifully equipped throughout, which makes it a good choice for a serene getaway or weekend break. The cottage is placed on the fringe of the pretty village of Ashendon roughly five miles drive from Waddesdon.

Set in a big back garden, with bar-b-que, outside furniture and plenty of fruit trees, the property provides a cosy timber beamed sitting room which has an open fire place to warm you on those winter evenings, in the spacious kitchen there is an AGA cooker, excellent for cooking a home-cooked breakfast prior to leaving to investigate the area.

This cottage is simply a short meander away from the village of Ashendon featuring its traditional pub (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering fine ale and outstanding food, and as well as Waddesdon, is handy for heading to such places as Cuddington, Chearsley, Haddenham and Aylesbury, furthermore in close proximity are the Chiltern Hills. This terrific holiday home is great for an escape any time of the year.

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