Baldwin’s Gate is a village steeped in idyllic rural charm set within a tranquil, picturesque valley location.
The village and surrounding area have many notable listed buildings including The Methodist Chapel, built in 1859 and the Station House, in 1839. The local railway station opened around 1850, and is believed to be one of the first in the Potteries, dispatching pottery-ware all over the country.
Newcastle-under-Lyme and Junction 15 of the M6 is also just a short drive away. The village itself has handy amenities such as a Primary School, Post Office and General Store, and a splendid early 19th century pub.