Five Arrows Hotel

High Street, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, England M
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
59%
128
Very Good
29%
64
Average
6%
14
Poor
3%
7
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by iandsmith

Because you have to pass through the village of Waddesdon to actually get to the manor, you naturally go past the Five Arrows Hotel. The overlapping architectural style one encounters at the Manor is here also, abeit in a much more modest manner.
The Five Arrows Hotel was built in 1887 by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to house the architects and craftsmen who were working at Waddesdon Manor.
The hotel has a charming baroque exterior with turrets, gables and balconies, and inside there are two suites and nine comfortable bedrooms, a bar and a restaurant which has a growing reputation locally and throughout the county for excellent food.

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Garden - Waddesdon ManorGarden - Waddesdon Manor

Fountain - Back of Waddesdon ManorFountain - Back of Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor - back viewWaddesdon Manor - back view

Waddesdon Manor - front viewWaddesdon Manor - front view

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Waddesdon Manor and Gardens

by clairegeordio

Waddesdon Manor is located in the village of Waddesdon, 6 miles North West from Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire. It was built between 1874 and 1889 in the style of a French château, based on those in the Loire Valley, for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, mainly to display his art treasures. The furniture, carpets and porcelain rank in importance with the Louvre in Paris - the collections are one of the best in the World. The property is now owned by the National Trust.
Waddesdon has one of the finest victorian gardens in Britain, with a rose garden, aviary and fountains.
The photo above is one of my favourites - showing the front of the house as I like the reflection of the statues in the water.

Entry to the Gardens only are £5 for adults, £2.50 for children. If you wish to visit the house, then you need to buy a ticket when you arrive and are given an allocated slot in which you can visit - this costs £7 per adult and £6 per child.

Waddesdon - par excellence

by iandsmith

"In the manner grand"

There is the village Waddesdon and there is Waddesdon Manor. How good is Waddesdon Manor? Bearing in mind I have seen relatively little of Great Britain but have managed to get to places such as Hampton Court and Chatsworth to name but a few, I found Waddesdon Manor to be the finest piece of architecture anywhere.
It was love at first sight. Baroque, neo-classical and Gothic all rolled into one in a splendid transfusion of styles. I couldn't get enough of it. If I return to England, this is the number one place that will be on my list.

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