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Mayfield Alpacas, Sheffield

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Ranches & Farms, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Mayfield Alpacas Animal Park is currently home to over 60 alpacas, llama, reindeer, rhea, wallabies, meerkats, farm livestock, exotic birds and more. With an on-site cafe, gift shop and excellent training facilities – catering for any and all requirements.
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  • A great Zoo. Animals to be touched in the midst of beautiful nature. The Small cake in the Café is not so doll
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  • Better than bowling. Only downside is some animals were asleep - perhaps you could install an animal jabbing machine so they're awake for the day? Some of the birds were impressively ugly - perhaps a ...  read more »
  • The weather was great and walking around the farm and feeding them was a delight! Really enjoyed my time there and the transportation was not a problem either, it had an easy access. 
  • Easy going place that gives you an enjoyable time with the alpacas in a very scenic area
  • Nice place if you want to see alpacas, but effectively it's a large field and a cafe, with a few small animals inside. Reasonably priced though, as long as it's not raining!
  • Great for kids with a wide range of animals. My particular favourites were the meerkats.
  • Getting better all the time. When it first opened, it was a little sparse for the admission cost, but it's got a few more animals to see now. Imagine an open field with a herd of alpacas and a kangeroo. Get your boot muddy and then warm up in front of the open log fire in the cafe.
  • It was horrible they should not open in weather this bad felt sorry for the animals well the few there was never been anywhere so muddy in my life the women said it's muddy but she should have told us how bad as we had our pram with a 4 month old baby the pram looks ready for bin. I thought it would cost about £1.50 to get in as there is hardly anything there but cost £7 for two adults (way too much) would recommend to keep away from this so called farm!
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