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Review of Waddesdon: An old agricultural community with a 13th century church, Waddesdon is located about ten kilometres to the west of Aylesbury in Bucks (Buckinghamshire). The well known Waddesdon Manor is located close to the village, erected in 16th century Renaissance style by the successful Rothschild dynasty at the end of nineteenth century.

Present day Waddesdon houses a populace of about 2,000 (in 2011) and is still dominated by buildings constructed by the Rothschilds (houses built for Manor staff, the Five Arrows Hotel and the Village Hall). The parish covers an area of 7,252 acres (along with Wormstone, Westcott, Woodham and Eythrope). Waddesdon in the old days had a rail station which linked it with neighbouring Aylesbury, this is now closed down and the village can now only be reached by road (namely the A41).

Waddesdon ManorA History of Waddesdon: Right before the Conquest by the Normans, Waddesdon would have been a Saxon village, the manor being retained by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor was having a worth of twenty seven hides & recorded to be retained by Miles Crispin. Afterwards Waddesdon manor was to be awarded to Henry of Oxford and subsequently to the Courtenay family, it swapped hands over and over again until eventually passing to John 7th Duke of Marlborough. It was the previously mentioned 7th Duke of Marlborough who, in the 1870's, sold The village of Waddesdon and his complete Buckinghamshire landed estate to Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild a politician, art collector & part of the wealthy Rothschild banking family of Austria.

Waddesdon Manor House: Ferdinand de Rothschild subsequently went on to build the outstanding Waddesdon Manor House, using a layout by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur, in the Renaissance style of a 16th century French chateau, wine cellars and all. Ferdinand died in 1898, the estate and manor being inherited by his sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild. The Manor was meant both as a residence and also to display Baron Rothschild's massive collection of furniture, tapestries and art. An exciting new tourist destination came to be as soon as the National Trust took over the administration of Waddesdon Manor House after the death of James de Rothschild. There's a lot of elements which bring sightseers to Waddesdon Manor and these include fine restaurants, meeting rooms, gift outlets, childrens corner, a first class marriage venue, a garden centre and even more added to the gardens plus the spectacular house itself with its collections of art work, figurines and French furniture. Carol singing, art shows, food markets, wine samplings, and horticultural shows are amongst the numerous events and activities which might be held all year long at the manor.

In addition to the present title the village of Waddesdon has in addition been called Votesdone (eleventh century) and Woddesdon (14th century), throughout the generations it's principally survived through agriculture and farming. During the eighteenth century the village briefly had a go at silk making, when a smallish factory becoming started in 1843 providing an addition to a much larger factory in neighbouring Aylesbury. Pillow lace manufacturing was also done by many of the women of the parish in the mid to late 19th century. The parish church of Saint Michael and All Angels was originally built in approximately 1190 in Waddesdon, the font is from about 1400 and the present church tower from 1892.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Breathtakingly appealing, the renowned marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, supplies a fantasticly enchanting backdrop for your ultimate marriage ceremony anytime throughout the year. Nestling in a serene waterside setting amid glorious garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an enchanting private building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, expertly built for the prosperous Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1800s & for a 100 years or more the countryside estate of the Rothschild family. You, your friends and family will enjoy an idea of their wealthy lifestyle: exceptional food, superb wines, & professional service with absolute exclusivity guaranteed. The gorgeous Dairy at Waddesdon has a license for civil marriage ceremonies in the West Hall, the Wintergarden, beneath the Antler Chandelier and outside under the cover of the lakeside Pavilion. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Very convenient for checking out Waddesdon & Waddesdon Manor and looking over lovely open countryside, this lovely holiday home enjoys magical views and is pleasingly appointed throughout, which makes it perfect for a peaceful trip or weekend break. The cottage is based on the outskirts of the attractive little village of Ashendon about 4 miles distance from Waddesdon.

Set in a considerable garden, with BBQ, outside furniture and several fruit trees, the cottage boasts a comfy and cosy wooden beamed living room that has an open fire to warm you on wintry evenings, in the kitchen you'll notice an AGA stove, great for making a home made English breakfast prior to setting off to investigate the area.

This holiday home is only a short meander from the village featuring its classic pub (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering fine ales and excellent meals, and besides Waddesdon, is convenient for checking out such areas as Aylesbury, Haddenham, Chearsley and Cuddington, in addition within reach are the Chilterns. This great cottage is made for an escape winter or summer.

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