Dunreyth Alpacas Chichester England, PO18 9DN

In an idyllic setting with the South Downs National Park, Dunreyth Alpacas offer Alpaca Walking Experiences second to none. Bruce & Peta gave up their profession as Nurses to run their herd of alpacas on their own land in Adsdean…

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In an idyllic setting with the South Downs National Park, Dunreyth Alpacas offer Alpaca Walking Experiences second to none. Bruce & Peta gave up their profession as Nurses to run their herd of alpacas on their own land in Adsdean Park in 2006. To their knowledge, they were the first in the country to offer Alpaca walking to the public and the first to take Alpacas into Hospices, Care and Rest Homes.

At Dunreyth Alpacas, each walker has an Alpaca to themselves during the Walking Experience. These delightful animals are extremely friendly, and are bred in a variety of colours for their fibre and the manufacture of unique hand knitted garments which can be purchased from their onsite shop.

Free Parking is available (limited spaces), as well as toilet & hand wash facilities. Tea /Coffee and cold drinks available. Heaters for drying Humans and clothes.

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