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West Wight Alpacas

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Open today: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Lovely day out and fab pizzas

Got back to my email almost immediately, kids throughly enjoyed the alpaca walk and afterwards the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Newmummy
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Essex
Amazing day out

My husband booked an alpaca long walk as a birthday treat for me while on our holiday. Fifi lead... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Dogmrboo
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We are an open farm park where you can trek with alpacas and llamas and see all sorts of other farm animals. We have an excellent on farm cafe/bistro and are open seven days a week.
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West Mead Main Road, Wellow PO41 0SZ, England
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+44 1983 760900
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Reviewed yesterday

Got back to my email almost immediately, kids throughly enjoyed the alpaca walk and afterwards the pizzas in the cafe were scrumptious! A perfect day!

Thank Newmummy
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My husband booked an alpaca long walk as a birthday treat for me while on our holiday. Fifi lead us on the walk and was really lovely, lots of information on the walk and happy to answer all questions. Meanwhile the rest of the family...More

Thank Dogmrboo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We just loved our visit here!! We booked the short walk around 20 minutes, but actually got to spend around 50 minutes with the alpaca’s so really good value! Just to note you are not guaranteed to walk an alpaca, llamas are also used and...More

1  Thank hrowlands12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent way to pass half a day on. Admission is a few quid and if you have children its an open petting area. Cafe is well priced and I recommend the Pizzas, cooked to order in the onsite woodfired oven.

Thank Graham P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited the farm and did the alpaca walk, animals all looked well fed and happy and healthy. We didn’t see the chicken and goat food before we set out on our walk so wished someone had mentioned this as would of loved to of bought...More

1  Thank Lozbell88
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A Llama is substantially bigger than an Alpaca, and Llamas have longer slightly rounded ears. This was a good visit, kids enjoyed it a lot. We spent about an hour and a half which was plenty and cost about £20. There are goats, chickens, ducks,...More

1  Thank Greg S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Good food in the restaurant - especially the pizza. Gift shop small but had some lovel things. All the animals looked happy and healthy. Feeding the many cute goats was a highlight. I enjoyed the Alpaca walk, although my Alpaca took some pursueding to move...More

1  Thank Rachael W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A nice little farm with the opportunity to see the alpacas and llamas, amongst other animals . The baby alpacas stole the show with cuteness!! However it was a bit pricey at £7.50 each and we wouldn't say it was worth it. We were in...More

1  Thank HOLIDAYTRAVELLER94
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Two of us had a pleasant walk with alpacas whole the others enjoyed a cup of coffee and browsing in the shop. The alpaca walk was just a walk around the perimeter of the farm, leading an alpaca on a lead. A pleasant but not...More

1  Thank AlaskaFamly
Reviewed 13 July 2018 via mobile

My husband and I visited the 45 acre farm to suss it out for guests staying at our holiday accommodation. We booked a short farm walk with Cosmic and Vectis who were the most gentle creatures. Fifi, our walking guide, was a delightful young lady...More

5  Thank Josephine163
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kimbofez
31 May 2018|
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Response from Michelle P | Property representative |
Hi Dogs are not allowed on the farm itself but can go in the Bistro and Bistro garden.
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SueTeacher
10 April 2018|
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Response from Tony B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sue, from memory it is £6.50 adults & £4.50 children, the walk we went on was £19.50/40 minutes. There is a shorter walk that costs less. The cost of entry to the farm is included in the walk price. We did have a good... More
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