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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...more
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Forest Row | Wych Cross, Forest Row RH18 5JN, England
All reviews bouncy castle picnic area father christmas shetland ponies cakes log burner ashdown forest photo opportunity various animals guinea fowl great fun entrance price restaurant cafe the staff were friendly and helpful great gift shop coffee shop couple of hours
Visited this lovely place with my wife on the 2nd November, Plenty of animals to been seen and information of where their can be found, was nice to see plenty of information about the animals too which makes explaining alot more easier than going to...More
Visited with my wife and daughter whilst staying with family in Hastings.
Only found by accident on a 'Things to do ' website. Even our relatives were unaware of it.
Well worth a visit. Good value for money. Would definitely recommend.
Thoroughly enjoyed the day.
Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Chris, Thanks for the positive review and hope to see you here again one day. Another thing you and your relatives might not know about is that we have the very best "REAL" Father Christmas, come and see him. Cheers, Bobby
This place is great fun. You can walk round the acres of space and watch the llamas and alpacas roaming around. There are also goats, donkeys, Shetland ponies, a deer, various ducks, chickens and geese, pigs and sheep.
During my visit, I didn't see the...More
Thank Julie K
Bobby S, 'ead Elf' at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Julie, So glad to read how much you all enjoyed the Park and thanks for reviewing it on Trip Advisor. Don't forget Xmas is coming up and bookings for Santa are now 'online'. Cheers and hope to see you here again soon. Bobby
Having visited for the first time today I can only say I'm impressed. An interesting array of animals - all of whom looked happy and well cared for. It was lovely to see them roaming around and they quickly gobbled up the food we purchased...More
Thank Emma H
Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Emma, Thank you for your comments and glad that you experienced so much of the Park and saw it and used the Restaurant ad playground. It always amazes us when people come and write reviews which say 'nothing to see or do'. You have encapsulated...More
Me and my partner recently visited the llama park, i had booked the full llama walk which consists of around 90 minutes, well we absolutely loved it! The llamas were so friendly and really well looked after! It was just the two of us that...More
3 Thank michaelturner1996
Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Michael, Thank you so much for that fabulous review and we are all SO glad that you both had a good time. Connie will be thrilled with your comments and I will pass on your message. Hope to see you again. All the best. Bobby
It's a lovely spot, we were really checking it out to see if there was anything there that the children might enjoy, and I think they would love to see the animals, but are too young to walk with them yet. It's worth checking their...More
Underwhelmed with the Llama Park. Not value for money anymore. I've been here before & I think the standards have gone backwards.
The food wasn't great either. The staff were quite direct. Not friendly as you would expect. Highlight of the day was the weather....More
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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 10 October 2018
Oh well you know what they say, "You cannot please all of the people all the time". Your response is strange as so many people who come here talk about how wonderful the place is, what good value it is for the money, how friendly...More
Had an amazing time took my grandson and god children, it was open and they saw a reindeer. the food for the animals was reasonably priced. the picnic area was clean despite animals wandering around it also had a great play area. I have been...More
Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 8 October 2018
Many thanks for your positive comments and hope to see you here again soon. Do remember that we have the "Real Father Christmas" coming to visit as of 1st December. Cheers, Bobby
We visited for afternoon tea with elderly relatives. I hadn't been here for about 10 years,so I was suitably impressed by the improved layout. The restaurant area is much more attractive than it used to be, and there is more merchandise which is nicely displayed.The...More
Thank Jennie C
Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 5 October 2018
Jennie, Thanks so much for your review. Sorry to hear about the cakes. I will speak to my staff because as you say maybe stale ones on a Monday morning. Cheers, Bobby
Response from SobermanUK | Reviewed this property |
There is an entrance fee of £8 for adults and a reduction for children. At busy times (eg school holidays) booking is definitely required for llama walks IN ADVANCE. At other times, a booking on arrival would probably be... More
There is an entrance fee of £8 for adults and a reduction for children. At busy times (eg school holidays) booking is definitely required for llama walks IN ADVANCE. At other times, a booking on arrival would probably be sufficient, but a phone call is the best solution.