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Welcome to Abbotts View Alpacas

We are James, Jo, Amy, Jess and Rosie and we share our family run farm of 22.5 acres in the beautiful Buckinghamshire village of Aston Abbotts with 29 alpacas, Greyface Dartmoor and Manx Loaghtan rare breed sheep, Peppa our Berkshire sow, guinea pigs, rabbits, khaki campbell and indian runner ducks, Buckthorn, our RSPCA rescue pony, Sonny the Cob, Pepper, our cavachon dog, Loki our tabby cat and in the spring and early summer we have piglets, lambs, kids and cria (alpaca babies!). We are frequently visited by a barn owl or two, hares, muntjac deer, foxes, badgers and have a pair of doves nesting in our barn too.

We completed building our Eco Farmhouse in January 2013 which is off grid so we rely on the sun's energy to provide us with electricity, heating and hot water. We have rainwater harvesters to collect the rain which supplies water to our animals and our loos and washing machine. We feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to build the house of our dreams and love being able to look out over our land and animals. It really is very beautiful and we love to share it with others.

We breed alpacas for their luxurious fibre, for their inquisitive nature and as pets for sale. Once you've met and spent time with an alpaca you'll never forget them! We breed rare breed sheep and our Berkshire Sow to produce free range pork and lamb and stock for sale.

Our aim is to raise calm, friendly animals who are a pleasure to be around. We host Alpaca Walks and private Group Visits, but be warned, it's hard not to fall in love with these fascinating creatures!

In 2014 we gained permission to use a small paddock as a Certificated Site with the Caravan Club. The allows us to take bookings for a maximum of 5 caravans or trailer tents at any one time through Spring and Summer. For more information click here
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