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Fantastic experience. Booked at the last minute, and was delighted that Mark was able to... read more

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Exceptional customer service

I just wanted to say I received just exceptional customer service from Graham - having bought a... read more

Reviewed 17 November 2023
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Ashford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 July 2016 via mobile

Fab time staying at Owl Cottage and taking llamas for a walk - highly recommended fun activity with knowledgeable friendly staff and wonderful friendly llamas - what more could you want?

Date of experience: November 2015
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Reviewed 26 October 2015

A friend had a day llama trekking given as a birthday present, I agreed to accompany her. We had a walk in the morning, coffee and scone, then llamas were loaded into a horse box and we walked along a path to a church where we had the option of soft drinks or wine in the field beside the church. The weather was glorious and the llamas were calm, friendly and so easy to lead along the trek path.
Graham who leads the trek with his daughter Caroline was such good company, telling us about the local history and countryside. He told us all about the llama as a species and obviously enjoyed the role of hosting the treks.

Date of experience: October 2015
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Reviewed 17 October 2015

Where to begin?! Our llama, Bilby was lovely. He loved posing for photos, hugs and having his neck stroked. He was very gentle and inquisitive. It was an absolute pleasure. The guides were very friendly, knowledgeable and happy to take lots of pictures of us with Bilby. We got to see some nice countryside and local history. The post trek tea and cake in the Llama Karma Cafe was a nice touch. The tray bakes were really good. A must for all llama lovers!

Date of experience: October 2015
Thank James L
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Reviewed 2 June 2015

I visited Saturday 30 May 2015 with two children aged 10 & 14, we had pre-booked a mini trek at 11am. Although it was frustrating because we set off quite late waiting for others to arrive and have breakfast (?), we were kept informed every 5 mins or so. We were given a little talk and info about the llama's before choosing which one we wanted to pair with. We hadn't realised until then that there are TWO people per llama which makes the whole experience quite a bit different than first thought and because we'd arrived as a three it meant one of us was separated and put with A.N.Other. We are not unsociable but its not quite the same when 'paired' with a stranger. Some other reviews which I had read before booking do say that they had a llama each, is this because they are adult only during the week when kids are normally at school? Doesn't seem quite fair for weekend visitors if that's the case. We ended up walking as a three with one llama because I wanted my kids to stay together and I wanted to stay with them, this made it quite an expensive walk! We walked Lil and talked to her the whole time and she hummed quite happily the whole walk. We really enjoyed it and would recommend it.

Date of experience: May 2015
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Reviewed 20 September 2014

We visited Llamas Pyjamas and stayed overnight - superb room - felt like we were overseas. Great food and lovely people. We walked Lil and Chilli on the hour's walk, who were very loving and an absolute pleasure to be with. Chilli was humming as she walked - very happy! Big thanks to all the staff there who made our stay very pleasant. Highly recommended. We will return.

Date of experience: August 2014
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