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Saltram House is a George II era mansion located in Plympton, Plymouth, England. The house that can be seen today is the work of Robert Adam, who altered the original Tudor house on two occasions. Wikipedia Saltram park offers a great place for...more
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Afternoon walk after lunch in what was not the best weather but hey! Nothing beats a trip round a Nat Trust place - fed the ducks (no babies yet) walked the round route spring is the air but not quite out yet!! National Trust Tea...More
My husband and I had planned on visiting the house and the the chapel tea. When we arrived we found 2 signs to say that both were closed when walking into the visitor centre. We payed £3 to park and there were no signs when...More
Really enjoyed Enchanted Saltram. Have visited before just the house and gardens ‘normally’ but this was even more impressive. The house was decorated beautifully and it was evident that a lot of people (many volunteers) had worked very, very hard to decorate it, and were...More
We have been going to Saltram for the past three years to see the magical rooms of the house transformed into beautiful fairytale adventures and they never fail to disappoint. The whole family loved it!
Staff are extremely helpful and knowledgeable.
Cafes and toilet facilities...More
The Saltram 2018 Enchanted Garden was such a disappointment for our family compared to last year’s event. The 2017 illuminations were magical and truly spectacular and this year looked like the National Trust had cut back massively on the amount and quality of lights and...More
Over priced even to park £3! Why do visitors have to be charged to come to visit? It’s not as if there is a shortage of space! If you are just walking in the park then refund the £3 for visitors going to the house...More