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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
Absolutely delightful house and grounds, and while a few rooms were under going renovation it didn't detract from the overall impression.
The teashop on entry was lovely (cheese scones a must)
And have to say that the toilets in the porta cabin were a complete...More
I’ve taken three grandchildren and a young friend to Saltram this past fortnight. They’ve all had a great time following ‘Monty’s travels and being explorers themselves. The two youngest, 8 & 6 year olds, thoroughly enjoyed Base Camp today.
We visited mainly as a destination to go to on a very mixed day weather wise, but were so glad we came. From the parking staff onwards, we were greeted with warmth and friendly advice. Special thanks to the ladies at the till who showed...More
Very, very child friendly place. The grounds are extensive and offer long and enjoyable walks with many things for kids to do, including play grounds etc. Reasonable and National Trust typical cafe (Park Café), Chapel Tee Room in the grounds is nice as well. The...More
Visited the house and grounds yesterday. Took a guided tour of part of the house just to get the history of who had previously owned it and what went on there. A lovely lady guided us. The kitchen with all the copper pans was lovely....More
You are hit with a three pound parking charge on top of the admission fee if you are not a member, a really big reason not to visit. The park is good but the house is less so, unless of couse you like art (pictures)...More
Even on a sunny day most of the rooms inthe house are dark and nearly all the pictures are so discoloured it is impossible to see the subject matter. There are few notable portraits especially by Reynolds that are certainly worth viewing. If you are...More
What should have been a 17 minute drive, in our rental car from the Milehouse Park & Ride in Plymouth, took over an hour! The Postal Code does NOT take you to the house and we were ready to give up on our third attempt,...More