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The Llama Park

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Address: Forest Row | Wych Cross, Forest Row RH18 5JN, England
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+44 1825 712040
10:00 - 17:00
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Sun - Sat 10:00 - 17:00

The Llama Park is situated on the A22 just south of the Wych Cross traffic...

The Llama Park is situated on the A22 just south of the Wych Cross traffic lights and is set in 33 acres of beautiful land The Park is adjacent to the Ashdown Forest which is in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The Park is home to an ever-growing variety of animals which today includes llamas, alpacas, reindeer, horses, donkeys, Jacob sheep, Kune Kune pigs, Peafowl and poultry, with more animals on the way.

The Llama Park is justly proud of its Tea Room and Coffee Shop where we serve a delicious assortment of cakes, freshly made sandwiches and hot and cold food. The Park's 'Sussex Cream Teas' are legendary with delicious fruit and cheese scones made every day from our closely guarded recipe.

The fully licensed restaurant serves a variety of food to cater to all tastes, from home-made soups and pastas, to baked potatoes with a variety of fillings, chips and children's portions of good wholesome food. We also offer daily specials, spit-roasted chickens and roast lunches on Saturdays and Sundays. Our Chef promises even more delicious additions to the menu as his creativity is given full rein.

The Llama Park has a very high quality fashion and gift shop specialising in alpaca knitwear, pima cotton and, in the future, hand-made Indian cottons and beaded jewellery. It also has a wide range of toys, gifts and accessories for both young and old.

The Park's 33 acres are yours to explore and you can do this on your own or take a guided walk in the grounds with a llama or donkey by taking one of our famous Llama or, new to The Park, Donkey Walks.

We have also designed some woodland walks for those who wish to explore our wooded areas and enjoy the beauty and peace to be found in these lovely and secluded shady areas. Picnic areas are set in quiet woods as well as in areas with a glorious view.

For the children there is a great playground right next to the main buildings so parents can relax and enjoy a meal and a drink whilst keeping an eye on their little ones at play. For the older, more adventurous children there are some play houses set in a wooded area.

There is plenty of free parking in our large car park which can accommodate coaches and has reserved parking for the disabled, motor cycles and bicycles.

The Llama Park is happy to tailor make parties, weddings, birthdays, workshops and any other event you may wish to hold in a unique and truly beautiful setting.

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A good way to waste a couple of hours with the kids

We recieved an adoption pack for our very own Llama for the kids from a friend. Sadly, when we visited and searched for Holly the kids were told she didn't live there anymore. (I... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 2 days ago
Brighton, United Kingdom
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Brighton, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

We recieved an adoption pack for our very own Llama for the kids from a friend. Sadly, when we visited and searched for Holly the kids were told she didn't live there anymore. (I took this to mean she had died). The park is a lovely way to experience the animals and you can have a good walk around the... More 

Thank afieldsomewhere
Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom
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18 reviews
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This was my first visit in winter. A little muddy underfoot, so good walking boots or wellies recommended. The recently refurbished entrance, shop and eating areas are much better and easier to negotiate. I'm always happy to see how well cared for the animals are - they look so relaxed and happy. On my visit, goats were basking in the... More 

Thank Lesley S
Forest Row, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I must confess I am shameless about using my granddaughter as an excuse to visit the Llama Par! We go in the Summer to see the animals and enjoy the setting, whenever there is a craft fair to see some beautiful work and buy presents. However, the highlight is to speak to that certain someone when he comes to check... More 

Thank _krysiams
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited as a family on our recent holiday from Australia. We had booked in advance for a family llama walk and Christmas lunch. Both were wonderful. We had 2 llamas allocated to our family on our walk, we stopped a few times on the way around to feed them carrots which was great. There are also reindeers, alpacas and... More 

Thank Bondies
Forest Row, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 January 2017

My friendand I stopped over at Llama Park for coffee and were surprised to see complete and welcome change since my last visit abou five yeatrs ago. The shop is Aladin's cave with colourful clothes, cushions etc., from Peru. Cafe/Restaurant is very pleasant. Good coffee. Must visit again.

Thank 601genghis812
Hastings, United Kingdom
2 reviews
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 January 2017

We went on a chilly sunny day, and were lucky to tag along with a wonderful lady who worked there, but on Holidays, but popped in with her daughter, they both helped us withall the animals, made the day, learning about all these amazing animals, food was just mouth watering and just the best, I cant say anything bad about... More 

Thank inky6969
Croydon, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 December 2016

We were staying a nearby hotel and looking for something to do on a cold day and came upon the Llama Park. We arrived mid- morning on one of those non-bank holiday days between Christmas and New Year. As a result we virtually had the place to ourselves which was a joy. Prices are very reasonable and there is a... More 

Thank The_Running_Tenor
Bromley, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

The outdoor play area was a bit too muddy for our little one to enjoy and there didn't appear to be a huge amount of animals. However the ones that were there entertained him no end and he had a good run around, revived by a lovely cake after. Might try Santa here next year

Thank Mark S
TheLlamaPark, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this review

Mark, Glad you all enjoyed your visit and do try Father Christmas next year as he is the 'Real One' and a marvelous one at that. Mud is sadly what you get in the middle of winter at a country park although it has been a lovely mild winter so far but we still get frost, fog and mists which... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 December 2016

My son is 8 years old and this year questioned Santa for the first time. One of the main reasons was that when he sees Santa - Santa never knows who he is. Every year since he was little 'Santa' has sent an elf to stay with my son (in the form of a cuddly toy). The elf is called... More 

Thank henrietta_palmer
TheLlamaPark, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this review

Henrietta, Thank you for such a touching story. When I tell people stories like that many do not believe me but our Santa is 'The Real One' and after an experience like that - and we have had many this year - one really does have to believe that he has the special touch and is 'The Real One'. Have... More 

Seaford, United Kingdom
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 December 2016

On a dry day playground and animals will be in high demand. Restaurant very busy but well run, waitress good, prices average. Family ticket to Santa £30 (2 adults, 2 children). Booked time slot. Told to queue 15mins before. Route to Santas grotto minimal decoration. Good idea to leave colouring for children while waiting in queue, Photo opportunity before Santa... More 

Thank Dizzydi_12
TheLlamaPark, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this review

Dizzy, Many thanks for the positive comment and glad that your niece enjoyed her visit. Cheers, Bobby More 

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