A lovely National Trust property, Saltram has been overlooking the River Plym for three hundred years. If it looks familiar, it was one of the settings for 1995 film version of Sense and Sensibility. I didn’t go into the house today but the grounds were beautiful, well worth a visit if you’re in the Westcountry.
12 thoughts on “An Easter Day Out, Saltram House Devon”
Oh my. Now that you’ve explained about Sense and Sensibility, I’d love to visit.
such a relief to see sign of spring there gilly, so many other bloggers are still showing us snow snow snow!
“if you’re in the Westcountry….” unfortunately not – so thank for your report, Gilly!
We are avid NT folk but have not visited this property. It is now on the list!!
Love that avenue of tall trees..
Lovely photo’s Gilly and thanks so much for sharing. I enjoyed the trip. 🙂 *hugs*
What tall trees – I notice it particularly in the third from the last photo with the tiny, tiny people walking down the path between them. Do you know how old they are?
So many great shots … the tree branch that mimicks an elbow is fabulous. Of course, the flowers always tug at my heart. Happy Spring …
Fabulous grounds Gilly! Is no.4 a sculpture or a natural tree?
One of my favourite places, ahh thank you 🙂
Really?it was lovely,thanks for visiting sweetheart. Hope all well xx