Kings Cliffe Bakery has been around for over 200 years and has seen many changes and challenges during it's time. It was for many years nestled in the heart of the East Northamptonshire village of Kings Cliffe on Willow Brook, a tributary of the River Nene, about 9 miles Northeast of Corby. The parish adjoins the county boundary with the City of Peterborough and the village is about 12 miles West of the city centre. The village is not far from the boundary with Lincolnshire and about 6 miles South of Stamford.
The ongoing success of the bakery together with a new owner and increased range led to a significant increase in demand for the bakery's products. This led to search for a new purpose-built premises to allow the bakery to produce more products and increase production.
Following the opening of the new bakery, the old bakery shop was extended into what was the bakery and this became Kings Cliffe Bakery Cafe. This has quickly become a popular destination for local people, walkers and cyclists looking for a drink, light refreshments, breakfast and lunch.
The business today has been transformed and has further plans to develop and spread the Kings Cliffe Bakery name and its long heritage.