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Waddesdon Manor - The traditional setting
Waddesdon Manor, and its estate set in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside, is built to entertain. It offers a unique selection of venues in a truly inspiring location, perfect for all kinds of corporate hire and private events.
Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild built Waddesdon between 1874 and 1885, as a weekend retreat to entertain friends and family and display his exceptional collection of art. Famous for his ‘Saturday to Monday’ parties, which served exceptional food and wine; guests included royalty, politicians and celebrated artistic and literary figures.
The Rothschild family remain devoted to Ferdinand’s vision, the tradition of legendary hospitality in a fabulous setting still thrives – a tradition Waddesdon invites you and your colleagues to share. From banquets to intimate dinners and exclusive wine tastings, team-building activities and product launches, today Waddesdon hosts them all.
The Five Arrows Hotel offers of 16 newly renovated bedrooms, each with contemporary county house style and free parking and WiFi. The adjacent Old Coach House offers meeting facilities for up to 60 delegates.
Waddesdon Manor and its estate is located 30 minutes from Junction 7 (Northbound and 9 Southbound) of the M40, off the A41 between Bicester and Aylesbury. Regular train services from London to Aylesbury. Bus and taxi services from Aylesbury and Bicester.
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