The Waddesdon Estate was bought by Baron Ferdinand
de Rothschild in 1874 to house his collection of
paintings, furniture and art. The expanded 6,000-acre
site features an 18th-century French-style chateau and
wine cellar. The Dairy, a private lakeside building based
on Marie Antoinette’s dairy at Versailles, is able to seat
110 for dinner. Windmill Hill, a research and archive
centre that carries out the philanthropic work of the
Rothschild Foundation has space for 100 delegates.
For guests looking to make a night of it, there’s also a
Grade II-listed hotel, with 16 bedrooms and event space
for up to 100 standing guests.
Venue review of Weddings at Waddesdon Manor