What a wonderful place this is! Three generations of our family, aged ten to 82, went and every one of us had a terrific time. In a former orchard we walked the pigs (one is
called Trotsky and he really is a tiny tyrant), hunted for eggs laid by the ducks and chickens, fed the miniature donkeys - you get little buckets with the correct food for them and for the pigs and chickens - cuddled a chicken and ended up with tea in the rather grandly named summer house. The only disappointment was the absence of the baby alpacas, who had made too many successful escape bids from their field and had to be temporarily rehoused while their fence is being made alpaca-proof. It's run by a lovely family who are very friendly and helpful. Strongly recommended.
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