Barlaston is the quintessence of the English countryside. Just 5 minutes outside of Trentham, it sure is easy to escape to the country. Winding canals, rolling hills, lakes, wildlife, farm animals, National Trust nature reserves and historical buildings make up this quaint, semi-rural Staffordshire village - making it one of the most sought after areas to live in in Stoke-on-Trent.
Just a 5 minute walk from World of Wedgwood, enjoy stunning lakeside walks come summer or winter around our charming lake. Park for free on our car park and dine-out from The Courtyard Cafe before keeping your eye out for herons, swans, ducklings and even bunnies as you take a stroll around our stunning estate.
Whether you're on water or on foot, the Trent & Mersey Canal that runs through Barlaston provides a scenic route with easy wheel-friendly access up to World of Wedgwood from Bridge 104 which is just a five minute walk away. Trentham Lock is just a 15 minute walk away too.
Barlaston Hall is an English Palladian country house just a fifteen minute walk from World of Wedgwood. The hall, alongside it's churchyard, is a private property with no public access, however, that doesn't mean that this Grade I listed building cannot be admired from afar in all it's Georgian glory; a staple landmark within the village of Barlaston.
Enjoy picture-perfect views of Barlaston Hall from Wedgwood Lake on our estate.
With special thanks to local photographer Jon Kelso.