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The Llama Park

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Forest Row | Wych Cross, Forest Row RH18 5JN, England
+44 1825 712040
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Great local Attraction

Our granddaughter sometimes has to use a wheelchair as she has trouble walking, this place is... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
rdubber
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Hailsham, United Kingdom
Lovely day out

Took my 2 granddaughters aged 6 and 4 here for the first time. Had a lovely day and loved all the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
linajudge
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The Llama Park is situated on the A22 just south of the Wych Cross traffic lights and is set in 33 acres of beautiful land The Park is adjacent to the Ashdown Forest which is in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The Park is home to an ever-growing variety of animals which today includes llamas, alpacas, reindeer, horses, donkeys, Jacob sheep, Kune Kune pigs, Peafowl and poultry, with more animals on the way. The Llama Park is justly proud of its Tea Room and Coffee Shop where we serve a delicious assortment of cakes, freshly made sandwiches and hot and cold food. The Park's 'Sussex Cream Teas' are legendary with delicious fruit and cheese scones made every day from our closely guarded recipe. The fully licensed restaurant serves a variety of food to cater to all tastes, from home-made soups and pastas, to baked potatoes with a variety of fillings, chips and children's portions of good wholesome food. We also offer daily specials, spit-roasted chickens and roast lunches on Saturdays and Sundays. Our Chef promises even more delicious additions to the menu as his creativity is given full rein. The Llama Park has a very high quality fashion and gift shop specialising in alpaca knitwear, pima cotton and, in the future, hand-made Indian cottons and beaded jewellery. It also has a wide range of toys, gifts and accessories for both young and old. The Park's 33 acres are yours to explore and you can do this on your own or take a guided walk in the grounds with a llama or donkey by taking one of our famous Llama or, new to The Park, Donkey Walks. We have also designed some woodland walks for those who wish to explore our wooded areas and enjoy the beauty and peace to be found in these lovely and secluded shady areas. Picnic areas are set in quiet woods as well as in areas with a glorious view. For the children there is a great playground right next to the main buildings so parents can relax and enjoy a meal and a drink whilst keeping an eye on their little ones at play. For the older, more adventurous children there are some play houses set in a wooded area. There is plenty of free parking in our large car park which can accommodate coaches and has reserved parking for the disabled, motor cycles and bicycles. The Llama Park is happy to tailor make parties, weddings, birthdays, workshops and any other event you may wish to hold in a unique and truly beautiful setting.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good23%
  • Average10%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible4%
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“bouncy castle” (27 reviews)
“picnic area” (23 reviews)
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Forest Row | Wych Cross, Forest Row RH18 5JN, England
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+44 1825 712040
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"bouncy castle"
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"log burner"
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"scones"
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"photo opportunity"
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"ashdown forest"
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"friendly animals"
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Our granddaughter sometimes has to use a wheelchair as she has trouble walking, this place is brilliant for wheel chair users, loads to see and Teddy the Llama who is not in a pen was lovely he likes his photo taken, compared to other attractions...More

Thank rdubber
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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded today

Granny, Thanks for such a nice review. I had a disabled son myself for 30 years and so know the problems one faces with family members in wheel chairs and so we do try to go out of our way to make life easy and...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Took my 2 granddaughters aged 6 and 4 here for the first time. Had a lovely day and loved all the animals especially Teddy. Girls loved feeding the alpacas, llamas and goats.

Thank linajudge
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Lots to see and do here, free roaming llama (great for photo opportunity) lots of llamas, alpacas, sheep, pigs , donkeys and more, very well kept and maintained, great kids play area, and on site cafe, shop was well stocked will definitely come again

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

All the staff at the Llama Park did us proud this afternoon, 89 cream teas after our 95 mile run to Ditching Beacon, Burling Gap, Michaelham Prory and culminating @ The Llama ParkMore

Thank Glenn R
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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Glenn, Well that is very good news and thank you for the compliments. The staff worked hard to please you and Melissa the Scone Queen came in very early and cooked over 200 scones to satisfy your needs and those of another party of 85....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

First time visit, had a really good time with my 2 year old. We went for a long walk around the fields and fed some of the animals with the food you can buy at reception. He loved the play area and bouncy castle. We...More

Thank Phil E
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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Phil, Many thanks for the compliments and of the course the Pork should be good as it comes from our pwn home-raised pigs who live in the woods. Cheers and hope to see you again soon. Bobby

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This place is amazing, the animals are so friendly and gentle and it’s great for children of all ages as they can touch and see the animals with ease. Purchase feed for £1 from the store and all animals bar 1 or 2 can eat...More

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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Zarrah, Many thanks for your very positive review. It is especially important for us as you came from Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs in London which, as you say, took you 1 hour and 23 minutes. So good that you and, we hope,...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Such a sweet little farm. Family friendly and a great place to entertain the kids. Would very highly recommend

Thank londonlou89
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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

I am renaming you Lovely Lou. Thanks for the comments. Cheers, Bobby and Susan

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Me and Thomas really enjoyed our day out seeing all the lovely llamas and alpacas. I don’t understand any of the bad reviews this is a lovely place and the owner made my son who is 2 feel welcome. All the animals were in great...More

Thank Louise J
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My partner and I visited this Llama Park together around 10 years ago so decided to take our 9 year old son last weekend. I was pleasantly surprised by how it has improved and we were all thrilled to see a white Llama basking in...More

Thank Monadami
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Bobby S, Owner at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Monadami, Thank you for your review and your recommendation, much appreciated. Just a couple of small mistakes made by you in the review. The reindeer are moulting as is quite normal at this time of year due, as you said, to the heat. But they...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did the morning llama walk at the weekend, there were 3 in our group and only 7 llamas at a time on the walk. We were given a briefing before we started on how to hold your llama and what you should and shouldn't...More

Thank Viv R
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Bobby S, Tea Boy at The Llama Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

You are no longer in Exile, you are now Llama Queen. Thanks for describing the fun of the walk. It is fun cos the llamas are animals and unusual animals and so do unusual things. Thanks for coming and hope to see you all again...More

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admin1956
14 August 2018|
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Response from rdubber | Reviewed this property |
I don,t think they do as you will be with the Llamas as soon as you go through the gate.
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Jacqui C
14 July 2018|
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That's wowcher!
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Outnabount
23 April 2018|
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Response from SobermanUK | Reviewed this property |
There is an entrance fee of £8 for adults and a reduction for children. At busy times (eg school holidays) booking is definitely required for llama walks IN ADVANCE. At other times, a booking on arrival would probably be... More
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