Sunday - Thursday 11:00am - 5:00pm
By The Hollingworth Touch | Thursday, March 14 2013
A superb oasis of tranquility & charm, far from the madding crowds.....enjoyed for Alpacas & Amblings, Wildlife & Walking, Sitting & Talking, Eating & Shopping. Non commercial but stunningly beautiful place to visit. Awarded 7 Gold awards from DWT. Walks, riverside, woodlands, wetlands all a backdrop for the amazing alpacas that live in these 100 acres of stunning Devon countryside. Tearoom serving all homemade cakes, light lunches and our speciality Devonshire Cream Teas with scones cooked fresh upon ordering, guests often saying, The Best they have ever eaten! Small shop selling alpaca wool and products on site. Tearoom & shop available to visit without necessity of entering the park. Admission price is a seasonal pass until the end of September. A = £8 C = £5 (4-14) O&W £7
Set in the rolling hills of north west Devon, the Alpaca Park not only showcases these wonderful animals but is also a blueprint for good care of the countryside. Alpacas and native wildlife line up side by side and provide a host of enriching experiences for people of all ages. The nature trail takes you to the far edges of the farm and upon return your reward, should you chose, could be a Devon cream tea prepared to order, cakes, or other excellent light refreshments, served in the farmhouse, or on the terrace. I recommend the Alpaca Park to everyone!
The Alpaca park is just such a charming place, the animals are just fascinating and even if you're not an animal person, the walk is lovely and the food is sublime...I highly recommend the parsnip and vanilla cake! I will be back (even just for the food...can I do that?!)
The Alpaca Park is a wonderful place to visit. Had a tasty lunch with cream tea and a gorgeous walk seeing all the animals and nature on the wildlife walk. Would recommend!