Good walk right round Saltram, follow the river Plym, then into the grounds of the estate, ducks for the children to feed, easy to park free at the ride end.
Free parking and lovely walks even if you are not a NT member. The Christmas fare, fee payable, was very good and excellent variety of craft stalls around the stables and by the entrance to the house
Avery enjoyable visit. A fascinating history and a wonderfully well kept house and grounds. Laid out in such a way that the shop, plant sales and cafe can be enjoyed without paying the entrance fee. But you will of course have to pay to see the house and gardens which really is a must! Beautiful maintained with views of the... More
One of my favourite places to explore ,relax and enjoy. Views are beautiful and walks around to take at your leisure. Great to go as a family or to walk your dog's. I personally like the bird life and cows close by . Well kept grounds grounds to see all for free. I like to end the day with a... More
The house is very interesting and a surprising timewarp of Georgian life. The grounds are lovely and there is a good walk by the estuary. But the café - Oh dear! We each had "soup and a roll" and this turned out to be a meagre portion of soup with a hunk of stale, poor white bread, all for the... More
Weather was not that good, just needed to get some fresh air so decided on Saltram and a long walk. You could just see that the new shoots were trying to come through so that brightened the thought that Spring was well on its way. Some impressive trees and evergreens. Well pathed for all weathers and footfall.
Beautiful gardens and a walkers paradise. We took our 5 year old twin grandchildren who thought it wonderful even though a little overwhelmed by the size of this magnificent house, that is part of the national trust.Home to the Parker family for nearly 300 years, the house with its original contents provides a fascinating insight into country-estate life throughout the... More
Fantastic gardens, lots of different walks some with views out over the estuary, take a picnic and make a full day out. There is even a small beach area where children can paddle on a nice day.
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