Waddesdon is a village 6 miles north of Aylesbury steeped in history. It is home to Waddesdon Manor, a Grade I listed country house built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the late 1800s, now the property of the National Trust.
Local amenities and entertainment
The historic village has an excellent variety of services including shops, restaurants and sports facilities. Pubs such as The Long Dog and The Lion are suitable for families, offer great food and are open during the day. For staying active, the village also offers a bowls club, cricket club, badminton club and tennis club.
In Waddesdon, primary and secondary schools are available within the village. For primary education, the school is Waddesdon Village Primary School and the secondary school is the Waddesdon Church of England School.
Waddesdon benefits from being set on the A41 with great road links to Aylesbury, Bicester and the M40 motorway. Not far is the Aylesbury Parkway train station which provides services to Aylesbury town centre and London Marylebone. Additionally, buses run locally to both Aylesbury and Bicester.
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