|The poshest back door I've ever seen! Much nicer than|
the front I think.
|Saltram's front entrance,|
|Part of the saloon, where guests would have been|
entertained. It is very ornate indeed!
|Oh dear, this is saved upright, and it's doing that weird|
thing again, but you can get a glimpse of the ceiling, and
the chanderliers, and some of the paintings.
|Is it time for lunch yet? I love the clock|
perched up on the roof.
|Oriental Art: A room papered with hand-painted|
|The big hearth, with its open range and roasting spits.|
|Copper pans on the cooking range. This was state-of-the-art|
kitchen equipment in the 1880s. The range would have been
buffed to a shine with black lead.
|The original slow cooker: A hay box, used for long, slow|
cooking in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
|Dining in style - but this room was a long way from the kitchen.|
|No, it's not a giant's watering can - it's for filling baths|
with water, and you have no idea how heavy it was!
|The family make a new friend!dd caption|
|In the pink! Waterlilies in the formal pool.|
|The orangery. Isn't it beautiful?|
|Citrus fruit growing outside the orangery - you can see from|
the water droplets that it was a bit rainy that day.
|Don't push! Younger Daughter and the Man of the House|
by the ornamental pool.
|A shady spot in the garden.|
|Don't let Mum loose in the library - we'll never get her out!|
|And so to bed!|