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Review of Waddesdon: A historic agricultural community having a 13th century parish church, Waddesdon is positioned around ten km west of the town of Aylesbury in Bucks (Buckinghamshire). Waddesdon is probably most recognized as being the location of the Rothschild dynasty built, French Renaissance style, Waddesdon Manor (currently administered by the National Trust), bringing many visitors to the village.

Waddesdon today has a population of around two thousand (in 2011) & continues to be dominated by structures established for the Rothschild family (the Village Hall, the Five Arrows Hotel and housing built for Manor employees). Previously reachable from neighbouring Aylesbury via rail, Waddesdon train station is now closed & the village can now only be accessed by road (the A41). The parish of Waddesdon (including Westcott, Woodham, Eythrope and Wormstone) covers around seven thousand acres.

Waddesdon Manor and GardensA History of Waddesdon: In the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor of Waddesdon was having a value of 27 hides and described as being held by Miles Crispin, although before this it was undoubtedly a Saxon village and was controlled by Brictric, one of Queen Edith's men. Subsequently the manor of Waddesdon was to be accorded to Henry of Oxford and later on to the Courtenay family, it changed hands many times until eventually passing to John 7th Duke of Marlborough. It was the previously mentioned 7th Duke of Marlborough (John Spencer Churchill) who, in the 1870's, sold Waddesdon and surrounding areas and his entire Buckinghamshire estate to Ferdinand de Rothschild an art collector, politician and part of the wealthy Rothschild banking dynasty.

Waddesdon Manor House: The spectacular Waddesdon Manor House, in the Rebirth (Renaissance) style of a 16th century French chateau, right down to the wine cellars, was built by Ferdinand de Rothschild, using a layout by Gabrielle-Hippolyte Destailleur. The manor and estate passed to Alice Charlotte de Rothschild, Baron Ferdinand's sister, after he passed away in 1898. Aside from housing the Baron's enormous collection of tapestries, furniture and art, the Manor also acted as a family residence. In 1957, James de Rothschild passed away and Waddesdon Manor House came to be a very popular tourism attraction right after it was given to the National Trust. There's a lot of aspects which bring sightseers to Waddesdon Manor and these include great restaurants, conference rooms, gift shops, child's corner, an outstanding marriage venue, a garden and plant centre and more combined with the landscaped gardens and the spectacular building itself featuring its collection of fine art, statues and furniture. Waddesdon Manor and grounds also plays host to a range of functions and events all through the year for instance art events, carol singing, food markets, wine samplings, and horticultural shows.

Other than the existing title the village of Waddesdon has also been referred to as Votesdone (11th C) and Woddesdon (14th C), throughout the generations it's typically survived through farming. Amongst alternative crafts which sustained local inhabitants besides agriculture and farming were silk making and lace manufacture. In about 1190 construction commenced on Waddesdon's parish church of St Michael and All Angels, the current tower updated a 14th century one in 1892, the font originates from 1400.

Facilities - Wedding Venue - The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor: Incredibly pretty, the well regarded wedding venue, The Dairy at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, delivers a fantasticly inspiring backdrop to make the ideal wedding celebration at any time of year. Placed in a serene waterside setting amid stunning gardens, The Dairy at Waddesdon is a captivating private building on the Waddesdon Manor Estate, stunningly built for the Rothschild family in the 19th Century & for more than a century the countryside retreat of the Rothschild family. You, your family and guests will love a taste of that wealthy life style: excellent food, excellent wines, & high quality service with full individuality guaranteed. The impressive Dairy at Waddesdon carries a license for civil marriages outside under cover beside the lakeside pavilion, within the West Hall, under the Antler Chandelier and in the Winter Garden. Call: 01296 653226.

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

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

Quite convenient for visiting Waddesdon & Waddesdon Manor and surrounded by beautiful open countryside, this pleasant holiday cottage enjoys fabulous views & is comfortably furnished throughout, rendering it suited to a relaxed holiday or short break. The cottage is situated on the outskirts of the lovely little village of Ashendon roughly five miles distance from the village of Waddesdon.

Looking out onto a sizable back garden, with BBQ, garden furniture and several fruit trees, the property offers a snug beamed living room that has an open fire for warming up on those chilly nights, in the large kitchen you'll notice an AGA range, good for preparing a home cooked English breakfast just before setting off to explore the area.

The cottage is a short meander away from the the heart of Ashendon with its traditional public house (The Hundred of Ashendon), supplying fine ales and superb meals, and aside from Waddesdon, is convenient for going to such locations as Haddenham, Aylesbury, Cuddington and Chearsley, additionally nearby are the Chilterns. This great holiday cottage is good for a vacation any time of year.

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