Visiting Saltram: what you need to know

The Orangery

We're looking forward to welcoming you back. The house, garden, café, shop and toilets are now open. In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit.

What is open?

The house, park, garden, car park, cafe, coffee trailer, chapel tea-room, shop and toilets are now open. 

The house is open 11-4 Thursday - Monday. There is a shorter route within the house at the moment and we expect to open up more rooms later in the summer. Face coverings must be worn in the house.

In the garden, there is no designated route to follow, and everything will be open, including toilets at the Chapel Tearoom.

What is closed?

The second hand bookshop remains closed and we hope to open it soon.

Do I need to book?

There is no longer a requirement to book your visit to Saltram.

Arriving at Saltram by car

If you are arriving at Saltram by car, please have your membership card or debit card ready to be welcomed by our car park team. We can accept cash but card is the preferred option.

We have a large car park at Saltram, so there is plenty of space to park away from others.  There is also designated accessible parking available,

Arriving at Saltram on foot

All of our pedestrian and cycle entrances are open so you can enjoy the many walks and cycle routes as long as you adhere to social distancing. 

Staying safe at Saltram

To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. Look out for signs while you’re here which will explain any changes to how you can access different parts of the site.

If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit. 

Bringing your dog?

Dogs are welcome at Saltram but in the parkland only and are not allowed within the garden.

Accessibility

Most of the garden route follows hard-standing paths, but there steep slopes and narrow paths in places. There are benches throughout the garden to offer you places to rest along the way. See the access statement for more information on access at Saltram.

The tramper is available to book, please scroll the end of this page for more information. 

If you have accessibility requirements and need a shorter route around the garden please talk to a member of staff on your arrival.

 

Tramper in the garden with a view of the house at Saltram
A view over fields between green trees to the pale stone fronted house

Explore the outdoors  

Explore this beautiful countryside gem nestled amongst Plymouth’s urban environment. Woodland, estuary and open green spaces provide the backdrop to this city escape.

Fresh scones on a baking tray

Eating at Saltram 

It just wouldn't be a complete National Trust visit without sampling the refreshing teas and delicious sweet treats.

Pick up a tasty treat to take home

Any excuse for a shop 

Saltram has great gift ideas for all of your favourite people or even if you want to treat yourself.