I live quite near to this National Trust property and have visited many times. It is set in its own parkland, and as usual for the NT, it is very well kept. The house and grounds are open from Easter until about September. Easy to get to by car, but there is no direct bus route. Parking is free, and dogs are allowed in the parkland but must be on a lead in certain parts. Joshua Reynolds, the English artist was a frequent visitor to Saltram as he was a friend of the Parkers, the owners in the 18th century. Lots of interesting items in the house. During the summer different functions are held in the grounds, eg. jazz in the park, craft exhibitions etc. Well worth a visit.