Saltram House, Plympton

Saltram House, Plympton, Plymouth, Devon PL7 1UH View on map

George II mansion, complete with its original contents and set in a landscaped park. Robert Adam worked here on two occasions to create the state rooms. These show his development as a designer, from using the conventional Rococo, to the low-relief kind of Neo-Classical detail that became his hallmark and with which he broke new ground in interior design.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

House and Chapel Tearoom: 11am-3:30pm (1 January-28 February)(1); 11am-4:30pm (1 March-31 October)(2); 11am-3:30pm (1 November-18 December)(1) Christmas at Saltram: 11am-8pm (November-December)(3) Garden, Park Cafe, Shop: All year, 10am-5pm.(4) Park: All year, dawn to dusk. (1)Winter route. (2)11 to 12: house entry by guided tour only (places limited) Last house admission 45 minutes before closing. (3) Christmas: house closes at 4 on 24 December; everything except park closed 25 and 26 December. (4)Closes at 4, November to February.

Admission Charges

  • Adult: (Mar-Oct): Adult Standard £11.60, Adult Gift Aid £12.80
  • Child: (Over 5 years) (Mar-Oct): Child Standard: £5.80, Child Gift Aid: £6.40
  • Other Charges: Family (2ad and 3ch) Standard: £29.00, Gift Aid: £31.90. Family (1ad and 3ch) Standard: £17.40, Gift Aid: £19.20. Group Adult (min 15): £10.80. Group child (min 15): £5.40

Directions

3½ miles east of Plymouth city centre between the A38 and the A379. Rail: Plymouth (3½ miles). Bus: Plymouth Citybus 19/A/B, 20-2 or 51 from Plymouth. Alight at junction of Plymouth Road/Plympton Bypass, ¾ mile footpath.

Parking Spaces

420

Parking 500 metres from house. 10 marked spaces for the disabled. 420 spaces daily. Car parking £3 per vehicle.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes