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Slaters Country Hotel
Slater's Hotel adjoins the Country Inn and provides twelve exceptionally appointed rooms with en-suite facilities. All rooms are of a superior standard with first floor bedrooms having Queen sized beds and the ground floor bedrooms having twin beds. All rooms are equipped with television free WiFi connection tea and coffee making facilities hairdryer trouser press and ironing facilities. The hotel also has a specially designed disabled bedroom with ground floor access. Please note that all rooms are no-smoking and pets are not allowed. Slater's provides a safe environment for guests travelling alone with partners or in groups with free on-site parking and a comfortable bar area to relax dine and have drinks.The adjacent bar serves home cooked country fare and traditional ales throughout the day and evening. Additionally the restaurant is open Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday lunchtimes. Guests may also be interested in taking a stroll around Slater's Craft Village which contains a variety of shops and Curio's Tea Rooms. Slater's Hotel is easily accessible from the nearby towns of Newcastle-under-Lyme (6 miles) the Potteries (10 miles) Stone (8 miles) Stafford (15 miles) Market Drayton (9 miles) and Crewe (17 miles) and is also only 10 minutes drive from J15 of the M6.
From junction 15 of the M6 motorway come off the roundabout and follow the signs for Shrewsbury (A530. At the traffic lights turn right on to the A5182.At the junction of the A5182 and the A53 turn left still following the signs for Shrewsbury. After passing through the small village of Whitmore you will come to the village of Baldwins Gate.Just as you are leaving the village there is a sharp right hand bend with a small lane on the left (Woodside). Turn into this lane keeping right at the fork and follow it to the junction of the A51 and you will see the entrance to Slater's facing you.
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The Minster Church of St Peter ad Vincula is of Anglo-Saxon origins, and was probably founded about the time the Saxon Hoard was buried. In the grounds the base of the carved stone cross can still be seen which marked this site as a 'Stoke' - a 'Holy Place'. There are links with the industrial heritage of city and memorials to Wedgwood, Spode and other famous potters can be found in the church. The cross, from the Czech Republic, was given by the family of Sir Stanley Matthew after his funeral here in 2000.