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Review of Waddesdon: Situated about 9.5 kilometres to the west of Aylesbury, the parish and small village of Waddesdon is an ancient farming area which has a 13th century church. Waddesdon is probably best known as the location of the Rothschild family owned, sixteenth century Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (currently taken care of by the National Trust), drawing numerous tourists to the village.

Waddesdon today houses a populace of about 2,100 (2011) and is still peppered with structures erected for the Rothschild family (the Village Hall, the Five Arrows Hotel and housing built for Manor workers). Waddesdon parish (including Eythrope, Westcott, Wormstone & Woodham) covers a little over 7,000 acres. In former times reachable from near by Aylesbury by way of train, Waddesdon railway station has long since shut down & the village can just be reached by road (the A41).

Waddesdon Manor HouseA History of Waddesdon: In the 1086 Domesday Book the manor of Waddesdon was being worth twenty seven hides and shown to be retained by Miles Crispin, but before it was unquestionably a Saxon settlement & was possessed by one of Queen Edith's men, Brictric. The manor of Waddesdon was held by a number of landowners prior to finally ending up with John Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough during the 19th century, these included Henry of Oxford and Thomas Earl of Devon. Art collector, politician & a wealthy Austrian banking dynasty, Ferdinand de Rothschild, purchased the extensive Bucks estate of the 7th Duke of Marlborough in the 1870's, which included Waddesdon.

Waddesdon Manor House: The Renaissance (Rebirth) style Waddesdon Manor House was subsequently erected by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, reproducing a sixteenth century French chateau, right down to the wine cellars. The manor and estate passed down to The Baron's sister, Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, in 1898, when Baron Ferdinand died at Waddesdon Manor on the same day as his birth in 1898. As well as being a family residence Waddesdon Manor was constructed to house the enormous collection of furniture, tapestries and art, gathered by the Baron. The Manor was bequeathed to the National Trust after the passing of James de Rothschild in the late 1950's, it afterwards developed into a well known tourist destination. Waddesdon Manor is known for its phenomenal displays of French furniture, paintings and decorative arts, enormous landscaped gardens, an amazing wine cellar, a Rococo style aviary, plant centre, online shop, meeting rooms, children's corner, classy eateries, giftshops and even features marriage services (The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor). Carol singing, food markets, art shows, horticultural shows and wine tasting events are included in the different functions which are held all year long at waddesdon manor.

Waddesdon over the ages was a principally farming community, it's had the titles Votesdone (eleventh century) and Woddesdon (14th century), together with the modern spelling of the name. In the 18th century it for a while explored the possibility of silk making, with a modest factory started in 1843 used as an addition to the much bigger factory in nearby Aylesbury. Lace making was also performed by a number of the female inhabitants of the parish through the mid to late nineteenth century. The building of Waddesdon's parish church St Michael and All Angels started in 1190, it was expanded and embellished frequently through the generations, in particular over the medieval & Victorian periods. The Font is dated about 1400, the church tower was reconstructed in 1892, substituting the original one erected in the fourteenth century.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Breathtakingly splendid, the well regarded marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, boasts a fantasticly delightful backdrop to your perfect wedding experience anytime throughout the year. Found in a serene waterside setting amidst gorgeous garden areas, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an awesome private building on the Waddesdon Estate, stunningly built for the wealthy Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the nineteenth Century & for more than one hundred years the countryside residence of the Rothschild household. You, your family and friends will enjoy a taste of that wealthy way of living: superlative food, superior wines, & professional service with absolute uniqueness guaranteed. The attractive Dairy at Waddesdon carries a license for civil marriages outside under cover beside the lakeside pavilion, inside the West Hall, below the Antler Chandelier and in the Winter Garden. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Pretty convenient for venturing to Waddesdon and Waddesdon Manor & overlooking picturesque open countryside, this delightful holiday home enjoys spectacular views and is pleasantly appointed throughout, that makes it a good choice for a secluded vacation or short break. The property is found on the outskirts of the quiet village of Ashendon roughly 4 miles distance from Waddesdon.

Boasting a substantial back garden, with barbecue, patio furniture and several fruit trees, this property boasts a comfortable beamed sitting area having an open fire place to warm you on those wintry days, in the ample kitchen there's an AGA cooker, just the thing for making a home made English breakfast before leaving to explore.

The holiday cottage is a short walk away from the the heart of Ashendon boasting a traditional public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering fine ales and terrific food, and besides Waddesdon, is convenient for heading to such locations as Aylesbury, Cuddington, Haddenham and Chearsley, also nearby are the Chiltern Hills. This wonderful property is ideal for an escape winter or summer.

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