Ynglŷn â Sweet Home Alpaca
There’s nothing like getting out into nature on your own two feet. And there’s no better company than an alpaca. Get involved! Join us on one of our daily alpaca walks.
When you sign up for our alpaca walks, you have the chance to meet our beautiful alpaca family in the flesh. You’ll get to know the dams (mums), and the crias (babies).
They’re inquisitive, good-natured beasts that are sure to make you laugh. And just like humans, they all have their own special personalities.
We’ll give you the lowdown on all things alpaca. Learn about the history of alpacas, their daily routines, and some fun facts about the animals.
Once we’ve haltered the alpacas, it’s time to go exploring our stunning 23 acres of luscious land. If you’re lucky, we’ll spot some other local wildlife too.
Open all year.
We are open Monday to Saturday 9am – 5pm. Sunday 10am – 4pm. Booking is essential.
You may be able to book outside of our regular opening times, please contact us to discuss.
WELSH:: Price Info:
Any vouchers purchased please bring them with you.
- Disabled Access
- Groups welcome
- Open All Year
- Parking (free)
Most satnavs will take you to the area and not the farm. For best directions please follow Google Maps or Apple Maps as this will take you to the farm entrance.
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There are no access issues for vehicles despite some narrow country roads. We are very close to Roch Castle, we can be seen from afar.
Free limited parking is available.
As we’re out in the countryside, you can’t reach us directly on public transport. So, if you don’t have a vehicle, or you’d rather leave it at home, local pick-up and drop-off can be arranged for a small fee.
Nearest train station is Haverfordwest (7 miles away). Visit the Trainline website for more information.
The nearest bus stop is in Roche, which is 1 mile away from the Sweet Home Alpaca. We will happily pick guests up from the bus stop.