Orchard Farm is located in Kennington on the northern edge of Ashford, five miles from the historic village of Wye, in Kent in south east England.
Gentle hills, fertile farmland and cultivated country estates with fruit filled orchards cover the area which is known as the Garden of England. Iconic Kent oast houses also dot the landscape and were historically used as a location to dry hops ready for the brewing process.
Orchard Farm is a local hidden gem, shaped by its secluded landscape qualities formed by a gentle fall of the land, capturing spectacular views, mature trees and hedges and a tree-lined track.
Orchard Farm is just over two miles from Ashford International station where fast trains link the town to London St Pancras in thirty eight minutes. There’s an easy connection from St Pancras to Kings Cross which provides access to important destinations in the rest of the UK too. By train you can also reach other London stations; Victoria, London Bridge and Waterloo East and many other places in Kent including Wye, Canterbury, Ramsgate, Broadstairs and Margate.
London’s two main airports are within easy reach. By car, Gatwick is an hour away with Heathrow only a further 30 minutes around the M25.
The Eurotunnel in Folkestone is just fifteen miles away and the Port of Dover can be reached in half an hour by car.
Bus stops next to Orchard Farm offer services to the centre of Ashford and Canterbury and there are many cycle routes, providing the opportunity to choose a healthier way to travel to work or school or to enjoy the surrounding countryside.
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