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The Lion Waddesdon
70a High Street
Waddesdon
Buckinghamshire

HP18 0JD | View map

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This Victorian coaching inn, set in the beautiful village of Waddesdon, offers comfortable accommodation with a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Guests can take a walk through the famous Waddesdon Manor. Built in 16th century French chateau style, here you will find an impressive array of art including work by Gainsborough and Reynolds. The house is set in beautiful Victorian gardens, with a rococo style aviary that houses exotic birds. Aylesbury is 5 miles away, offering all the facilities of a busy market town, while Bicester village, a designer outlet centre, is only a 20 minute drive away. Heathrow, Birmingham and Luton airports are all within an hour's drive.
The hotel offers classic British food from a la carte menus.

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