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Review of Waddesdon: Waddesdon in Bucks is an ancient farming community found about nine and a half km to the west of Aylesbury, it has a church first constructed in the thirteenth century. Recognized as the setting for the striking Waddesdon Manor, constructed by the well-heeled Rothschilds family in the Renaissance style of a sixteenth century French chateau (today maintained by the National Trust), Waddesdon has primarily been an estate village since the late 19th C.

Many of the structures established by the Rothschilds (the village hall, the Five Arrows hotel & housing built for manor staff) are very prominent in modern day Waddesdon and are lived in and loved by the populace of about 2,100 (in 2011). The parish (in conjunction with Eythrope, Westcott, Wormstone & Woodham) takes in a little over 7,000 acres. In the past linked with nearby Aylesbury by means of railway, Waddesdon train station is long decommissioned & the village can now only be accessed by road (A41).

Waddesdon Manor HouseWaddesdon History: Up until 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 1086 Domesday Book the manor was valued at twenty seven hides & recorded as possessed by Miles Crispin. Waddesdon manor eventually handed to John Spencer Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough in the nineteenth century, having swapped hands oftentimes over the past years. It was formerly named Duke of Marlborough who, in 1874, sold Waddesdon & surrounding areas & his complete Bucks estate to Ferdinand de Rothschild a politician, art collector & the wealthy Rothschild banking family of Austria.

Waddesdon Manor: The amazing Waddesdon Manor House, in the Renaissance style of a 16th c French chateau, wine cellars and all, was established by Ferdinand de Rothschild, according to a design by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The estate and manor was inherited by Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, Baron Ferdinand's sister, when he died in 1898. As well as displaying the Baron's large collection of art, furniture and tapestries, Waddesdon Manor also acted as a family home. In the late 1950's, James de Rothschild died and Waddesdon Manor House became a well loved tourist attraction soon after it was passed on to the National Trust. There's lots of elements that bring sightseers to Waddesdon Manor for example good restaurants, conference rooms, gift shops, child's corner, an outstanding wedding venue, a garden and plant centre and even more combined with the landscaped gardens and the awesome Manor itself featuring its collection of fine art, statues and French furniture. Loads of functions are held at the Manor all year long such as art displays, carol singing, food markets, horticultural events and wine samplings.

Aside from the current title the community of Waddesdon has in addition been named Votesdone (11th century) and Woddesdon (14th century), through the generations it's mostly depended on agriculture. In the eighteenth century local people briefly delved into silk making, with a tiny factory becoming set up in 1843 used as an addition to a larger factory in neighbouring Aylesbury. Lace manufacturing was also accomplished by many of the ladies of the parish during the middle to late nineteenth century. In approximately 1190 building began on Waddesdon's parish church of St Michael & All Angels, the current church tower supplanted a fourteenth century one in 1892, the font originates from 1400.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Magnificently pretty, the popular marriage venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, presents a superbly super romantic backdrop to your perfect wedding ceremony at any time of the year. Nestling in a peaceful waterside setting amid gorgeous gardens, The Dairy at Waddesdon is an awesome exclusive building on the Waddesdon Estate, skillfully built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild during the 1800s & for a a century or more the countryside estate of the Rothschild household. You, with family and guests can experience a flavor of that privileged lifestyle: exceptional food, superior wines, and professional service with complete exclusivity assured. The glorious Dairy at Waddesdon holds a license for civil marriages underneath the Antler Chandelier, in the Winter Garden, within the West Hall and outside (under cover) by the lakeside pavilion. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Pretty handy for traveling to Waddesdon and Waddesdon Manor & circled by delightful open scenery, this gorgeous holiday home delivers gorgeous views and is appropriately furnished throughout, making it good for a peaceful holiday or weekend break. The property is based on the edge of the charming little village of Ashendon roughly 4.7 miles from the village of Waddesdon.

Set in a substantial garden, with bar-b-que, patio furniture and plenty of fruit trees, this cottage features a comfy wooden beamed sitting area having an open fireplace for getting warm on those cold evenings, in the kitchen there is an AGA range, great for making a home-cooked English breakfast just before heading off to explore the area.

The holiday cottage is merely a short meander from the village of Ashendon boasting a classic public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), offering fine ales and exceptional meals, and other than Waddesdon, is convenient for visiting such locations as Haddenham, Aylesbury, Cuddington and Chearsley, additionally within reach are the Chiltern Hills. This superb property is made for a break winter or summer.

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