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The Llama Park, Forest Row

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  • We visited this week as a family. My parents had found it online and suggested it for a family visit ideal for the school holidays. It seems quite expensive for somewhere you can get around pretty qui...  more »
  • It was really relaxed and you could just wander at will, talking to the animals and feel super chilled afterwards  more »
  • A great afternoon out, definitely worth a visit, went on a Friday afternoon & was quiet. Very good facilities, a wide range of animals and you can feed them which is brilliant. Good value for money.  more »
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  • Lovely place to visit with the kids. It is quite 'basic' but in a good way - you are free to explore the area at your leisure. Gorgeous views of the countryside, some nice spacious outdoor play areas, and keep an eye out for the free-roaming peacock and playground llama! Also has a nice cafe. Recommended!
  • Had a great time walking the llamas. We had a nice walk that took us past the nearby hotel and golf course. The llamas are really friendly and each has their own personality. The walk took an hour and a half and we enjoyed having a look around the other animals that are at the park after.
  • Great place to take a toddler on a beautiful day that adults will enjoy, too! The park is large, lots of space to run around and see all of the animals - reindeer, alpacas, llamas, goats, pigs, donkeys, horses, turkeys, geese, chicken. There is good signage with interesting facts about the animals and it's fun to feed them (food bags are 1GBP each). Nice that they have several hand washing stations. The area is beautiful. There's a cafe and a little shop as well.
  • I didn't go into the actual llama park bit where the animals were but was simply a visit to the cafe. It's been a while since I visited and it has changed insofar as the old shop is now where the restaurant is and the cafe is in the place the shop was. There is an outside part to eat which is only accessible if you have paid to enter the park but there is also another outside section which is available but was looking rather tired and could benefit from from some TLC. Food was good and friendly service. Not a massive choice but more than enough for a visit and to keep you refreshed. I had a massive cheese scone which was meant to come with cream cheese but they had run out so they gave us some grated cheese instead.
  • Llama bit lovely but cafe rubbish service would advise taking picnic. Long queue with kids getting stressed. Waited 15 mins then gave up as head honcho with loud voice full of own self importance decided 2 guys behind us in suits deserved preferential treatment ignoring us so walked out in disgust.

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