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West Wight Alpacas

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Excellent for children and parents

Thoroughly recommend a visit. Especially good at lambing time as you can feed the the lambs . Book... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
vickieSabah
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Sabah
West Wight alpacas

This is one of my favourites on IOW Alpacas, llamas. Donkeys goats and a few others. Quite small so... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
camb0is
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Ryde, United Kingdom
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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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Reviewed 4 days ago

Thoroughly recommend a visit. Especially good at lambing time as you can feed the the lambs . Book this first.our grandchildren loved it. You can also book to take the Alpacas for a walk. Well worth a visit.

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is one of my favourites on IOW Alpacas, llamas. Donkeys goats and a few others. Quite small so really only needs a couple of hours but very good. Cafe also good. We usually combine the Alpacas with a trip to Yarmouth or Freshwater. Highly...More

Thank camb0is
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I can not recommended this place enough for all ages. We have had a fab day. The staff are so friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. The place is immaculate. The animals are friendly and just fab. Food just superb. Would come back here in a heartbeat.

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Been meaning to visit here but never have. Bit the bullet this week. Totally not what I expected. Upon arrival I parked up and was greeted by a lovely alpaca before I’d even paid. They’re all very friendly. Had a walk around the farm which...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

my grandchildren wanted to see an Alpaca and this is the place to go.. Wonderful experience the smiles on their faces said it all. Recommend this every time.

Thank Nanasusu
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

a lovely place. it's worth buying some food as the alpacas will certainly be friendly (as will with goats). wonderful wood fired pizzas served in the cafe.

Thank Celia L
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a fun day we had. Something different to your usual day but we had a great laugh. The alpacas were lovely.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went to look at the shop but regular assistant was off and owner seemed a bit unsure of where things were. We went into cafe and ordered coffee and toasted teacakes. Teacakes took 15 minutes to arrive and we had to remind them twice. Disappointing.

Thank Wendy R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went to walk alpacas, which was brilliant you learn so much about them. Then we had the most fabulous pizzas for lunch, they were perfect, such a lovely place to go. It is brilliant. Everyone should visit, when on the isle of Wight

Thank lesley016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped off on our way back to the ferry and had a very enjoyable hour meeting the animals and drinking the excellent coffee in the cafe. The owner was checking on a gorgeous one day old Alpaca and stopped to chat and answer our...More

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kimbofez
30 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
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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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