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
About
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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cool guy 95
Isle of Wight, UK1 contribution
AMAZING
Jul 2021 • Family
The best experience I have ever had in a farm. The Asian girl who did the llama walk was so good very enthusiastic and informative, she made sure that she shouted so that everyone could hear, even me and my wife and daughter at the back. We saw many lovely animals including a newborn alpaca which the lovely Asian lady informed us that they were born via a very rare c-section honestly couldn't recommend it enough
Written 2 August 2021
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Stephanie F
17 contributions
Expanding and growing!
Jul 2021 • Family
We are frequent visitors to the farm but today we went to sample the cafe and bakery. This part of the farm experience is under new management and after seeing photos of Luke’s new cake creations, we had to try them for ourselves! Husband had a delicious coffee and almond cake and I tried the gluten free mint choc chip cake. Both looked and tasted amazing and we would highly recommend a visit to try them for yourselves!
After treating ourselves in the cafe, we popped in to see the newly-opened gift shop, Snouts and Tails. There was such an array of gifts for sale, from affordable, pocket-money type souvenirs to more expensive, high quality gifts. We did a bit of secret shopping for our daughter’s birthday!
There are lots of baby animals to see on the farm at the moment, including a golden goat, alpacas and llamas, and - our favourites- the piglets!
It’s lovely to see how the farm is growing and changing. We’ll definitely be back for more of that cake!
Written 30 July 2021
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Sarah L
3 contributions
Gorgeous day out
Jun 2021 • Family
What an absolutely lovely day, visited with two teenagers which are not always easy to please who throughly enjoyed themselves; combined farm visit and alpaca/llama walk. On arrival staff were friendly and welcoming and accommodating throughout. Lovely to see farm animals as well as multiple alpacas and llamas, was worth getting food as you could then interact with animals, we’re lucky enough to see piglets that had been born that morning. Loved the experience of walk, alpacas/llamas individual personalities and views beautiful. On walk was educated on the animals which was very interesting. Quaint coffee shop with homemade cake, lovely gift shop with many hand made items. A must visit whilst on the island.
Written 28 July 2021
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whibig
Southampton, UK113 contributions
Very expensive to walk around a field!
Jul 2021
Although we did enjoy our visit £8.50 is rather expensive to walk around a field! Admittedly there were Alpacas and an assortment of other farm animals but nothing that much out of the ordinary.Having been to the Donkey Sanctuary, which only asked for donations, this farm was disappointing. Not a place to visit in the rain, as there is no shelter. The little cafe was okay but not much there to eat. The gift shop ridiculously expensive!
Written 27 July 2021
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Laura C
Reading, UK104 contributions
An excellent return visit
Jul 2021 • Couples
Another fab visit, with our own alpacas. I had Taylor, my husband Monaco- delightful animals, and so well trained. Holly who took us round was excellent- so knowledgeable and friendly. Opportunity for lots of photos. Also various goats, llamas and sheep, turkeys and chickens - all happy to be fed. And make sure you have cake in the little cafe- delicious. Lovely gifts in the shop too
Written 17 July 2021
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simbadoo
Northampton, UK187 contributions
Total waste of money
Jun 2021 • Friends
We visited today and were in and out in 30minutes for a total cost of £16! plus two containers of food at a pound a go. However, that purchase was a good choice otherwise we would have been out in 10 minutes. The site contains 25 or so cages of rabbits and guinea pigs, a pig and a grumpy pony. The only animals which were interactive were four goats and four llamas/alpacas. I am not sure about the later and there was no one around to give us any information to enhance our visit. There were some more llamas/alpacas in another field but we were not to get near them. I am afraid, in my opinion, this attraction is a total waste of money
Written 14 July 2021
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911Rich
Rickmansworth, UK25 contributions
Not only Alpacas...
May 2021
Really enjoyed our visit to WWA. Their cafe was welcome to fuel up before walking round the extensive fields. Rabbits, guinea pigs and more to see. The miniature goats were particularly endearing but the free roaming turkey pair somewhat intimidating but proved to be harmless! Great for all ages we spanned 23 to 90yrs! But obviously fantastic for children too. Staff and owner very welcoming. Recommend.
Written 1 July 2021
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katie5103
leicester21 contributions
Disappointing
Jun 2021 • Family
We visited this place today at a cost of 8.50 per adult and we bought 2 cartons of food for the alpacas. We saw 3 alpacas, 6 goats ( which was probably the best thing there) a few donkeys and a small enclosure with pigs, ducks, rabbits in. There is not much to do other than walk the alpacas at a large cost. If you are a family of 2 adults and 2 children, I would save your money. Visit the donkey sanctuary instead. It’s free and loads more to see
Written 30 June 2021
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BadJoeBrad
High Wycombe, UK160 contributions
Great visit
May 2021 • Friends
Was a lovely walk around the farm and had the opportunity to engage with the Alpacas and Llamas and quite a few more farm animals including 2 very protective turkeys. Well worth a visit if you are visiting Yarmouth or The Needles. Great cuppa in the cafe and picked up a few gifts too
Written 25 June 2021
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nigelcarter2
Cannock, UK2 contributions
A wonderful experience
May 2021 • Couples
A wonderful experience, the staff are very friendly and warm, the walk with the llama and alpacas was about45 minutes with a rest stop, the animals are gentle and love to go for the walk, the smiles on everybody in the group was lovely to see, there’s a nice cafe and shop.. the farm visit without the llama walk is following the same path and food can be bought from the shop to feed the animals. A good couple of hours family entertainment.
Written 16 June 2021
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West Wight Alpacas is open:
  • Sun - Thu 10:00 - 17:00
  • Fri - Sat 10:00 - 20:00

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