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Wye lies on the eastern most edge of the Weald of Kent in the crook of the Downs where the hills take a turn to the South for their final lap before reaching the Channel. At this point the River Stour breaks through, forming a gap along which run the road and the railway, linking Canterbury with Ashford. In the mouth of this gap, but straggling a short way up the slope of the Downs, the medieval village of Wye. In our charming little village, our bakery is easily accessible by car and can also be found via many picturesque walking, cycling or riding paths. The M20 is just a short drive away in Ashford. 

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