West Wight Alpacas

West Wight Alpacas, Wellow: Hours, Address, West Wight Alpacas Reviews: 4.5/5

West Wight Alpacas
4.5
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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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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Emily
Chesterfield, UK15 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
An absolutely lovely farm! We had such good fun, and all of the animals were lovely and friendly- the goats were especially cute! The alpaca walk was lovely, and the leader of the group was incredibly helpful, kind, and informative. It was a really interesting walk and the leader thought of everything to make it a lovely experience. The gift shop and cafe were lovely, and all of the staff that we met were very helpful and kind.
As someone who prioritises animal welfare above all else, I can say I was really happy with how the animals were cared for and looked. They all seemed very happy, loved, and well looked after. The animals (especially the alpacas during the walk) were treated with respect and kindness. This was an amazing trip, and we throughly enjoyed it.
The site is also very easy to find on foot.
Written 30 June 2022
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Harriet P
Ormskirk, UK12 contributions
Jun 2022 • Family
We are a family of three, our daughter is 8 years and has some additional needs.

We enjoyed looking around the farm, and feeding the animals.

I was a bit concerned that the rabbits did not have enough space. I hope that they do not spend all their time in these cages. A pair of rabbits should have at least 3m x 2m (and height of 1m), sleeping area should be 1.8m x 0.6m (and height 0.6m).

We really enjoyed the alpaca walk. Our guide was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. We were disappointed that we had to split up (my husband was not allowed to come along). It would be nice to have an option for a family of three to share an alpaca (I understand the need to cap overall numbers).

The shop was full of interesting things.

We enjoyed our visit, many thanks
Written 30 June 2022
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Ann L
3 contributions
Jun 2022 • Friends
I really enjoyed walking the alpaca and then feeding them. Well organised and good farm layout . Lovely animals. Good cafe and gift shop.
Written 25 June 2022
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Mark C
9 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
Lovely couple of hours walking the lovely Alpaca ( Victor ) great informative staff a must visit if your on the Island
Written 17 June 2022
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Jenny E
Worthing, UK21 contributions
Jun 2022 • Family
We had a fantastic time walking the alpaca, kids (aged 10/13) really enjoyed it and the guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. The kids then fed some of the other farm animals it was a great morning out
Written 3 June 2022
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CaptainTrips1970
London, UK116 contributions
May 2022
When my wife and 12 year old daughter told me we were going to walk with alpacas and llamas, I must admit I was dreading it! After nearly 2 hours at this wonderful place, I can honestly say that I genuinely enjoyed myself. We walked around feeding the guinea pigs, turkeys, rabbits etc. Then owner Neil Payne led us on a wonderful walk around his property, with each of us leading an alpaca. As he walked backwards facing his guests, he shared an extraordinary amount of historical and animal knowledge and we enjoyed magnificent views over the rolling hills out toward the sea. Highly recommended
Written 31 May 2022
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chris69kidderminster
Kidderminster, UK281 contributions
May 2022
A very good place to visit not going to take you a day to see it so not a cheap day out and it is very authentic. Don’t expect your normal “tourist “ attraction it is very much a working farm. Plenty of Alpacas to see you can buy aLARGE cup of food to feed them. Well worth the £1.50 normally elsewhere you would expect to get a small bag of food here you got a nice large cup. Some benches around the place for the “oldies” like us to have a rest as we were walking around would be nice (we did have somebody with us with a bad back and finds walking for any length of time difficult but if he can have a rest it helps). There is plenty of space for them so it would have been nice to be able to stop and have a rest. All in all well worth a visit if you like animals.
Written 26 May 2022
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Catherine C
Ashford, UK51 contributions
May 2022 • Friends
If visiting highly recommend walking the alpacas. Booking is recommended and is easy to do online. The cost is very reasonable & also includes farm entry. I also recommend feeding a variety of the animals you are told which ones you are able to feed on purchase. £1.50 for a huge cup of feed.
Our guide on our alpha walk was Mildred she was patient, knowledgeable and very obliging when it came to taking pictures and asking her questions. She gave us facts all the way round. Clearly knew all the animals and as individuals. Didn’t rush us at all, very pleasant zen like experience.
There is a cafe onsite. also can be used by non farm visitors nice range of food and drinks.
There is a small shop. Be prepared to pay a bit more for high quality goods lots of items made from alpha fleece/wool.
Variety of other animals/birds at the farm including goats, donkeys, horse, chickens and Guinea pigs. But as the name suggests highlight is the alpacas
Written 21 May 2022
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Donald J
5 contributions
May 2022 • Solo
For any animal lover this is a brilliant place. If you are able to do it I recommend the 'walk with an alpaca' experience which was well organised and informative; gets you up close to these adorable animals and helps to learn more about their fascinating quirks and personalities. The cafe was limited but adequate and above all the staff were friendly and helpful.
Written 8 May 2022
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Airyn11
Southampton, UK99 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
Lovely day out. Great place to take little ones. Fed the baby lambs, saw the other animals and fed the alpacas & llamas. Recommended for Little ones :)
Written 25 April 2022
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