Standing high above the River Plym, with magnificent views across the estuary, the rolling landscape parkland now provides wooded walks and open space for rest and play on Plymouth's outskirts.
Saltram was home to the Parker family from 1743 and reflects the family’s increasingly prominent lifestyle during the Georgian period. The magnificent decoration and original contents of the house include Robert Adam’s Neo-classical Saloon, original Chinese wallpapers, 18th-century Oriental, European and English ceramics and a superb country-house library.
Outside, the garden's planting offers something of interest all year, and there is also an 18th-century orangery and follies to explore. After wandering along scented pathways and the magnificent lime avenue, why not treat yourself to afternoon tea in the Chapel tearoom?
A much loved green space of Plymouth, Saltram Park welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Whether they cycle, stroll, picnic, spot wildlife or give their four-legged friends a good run, all will agree that that this beautiful space is very special.
Yes, dog friendly. Dogs are welcome in woods and parkland.
Opening times 2017
Visit our official website at: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/saltram
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National Trust, Saltram
Plymouth PL7 1UH
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