Abbotts View Alpacas

Once met, never forgotten

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Our Christmas walks are now fully booked.

GIFT VOUCHERS ARE NOW ON SALE!
These are valid for Alpaca Walks for 2022 which will restart in the Spring. We will post on our Facebook and Instagram pages early in the new year, when new dates are live and ready to book/redeem vouchers against.

Our popular alpaca sponsorship packages are also available which are a great way of supporting the animals here at Abbotts View Farm and make a great gift idea for an animal lover who has everything (except an alpaca!).
We have Silver and Gold sponsorship options available. Click here to find out more

Jo is hoping to reintroduce Needlefelting Workshops at some point next year - when meeting in small groups is comfortable, and safe.

Please do consider visiting our shop where we sell alpaca related items as well as lots of Jo's arty crafty creations. We remain grateful for your support.
Stay safe & well,
Jo & James

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Gift Vouchers

Buy or Redeem your Gift Voucher here

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Open Hours

Open by Booked Slot only

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Alpaca Walks

Book a slot on one of our extremely popular Alpaca Walks

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Needlefelting Workshops

Learn to Needlefelt with Jo

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Private Farm Visit

Private Farm Visit to Abbotts View Farm

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Book


Book an Alpaca Walk

Book your tickets to join us for an Alpaca Walk

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Buy a Gift Voucher

Buy a Gift Voucher for Alpaca Walks or Sponsor an Alpaca

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Alpaca Sponsorship


Alpaca Sponsorship - Silver

This is our "Silver" Alpaca Sponsorship package

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Alpaca Sponsorship - Gold

This is our "Gold" Alpaca Sponsorship package

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Alpaca Boys


Alfie

Alpaca Walking Team

Barney

Alpaca Walk Leader

Brian

Alpaca Walking Team

Chewbacca

Alpaca Walking Team

Casper

Alpaca Walking Team

Freckle

Alpaca Walking Team

Freddie

Alpaca Walking Team

Hamilton

Alpaca Walking Team

Hercules

Alpaca Walking Team - Trainee

Hermes

Alpaca Walking Team (Stud)

Jensen

Alpaca Walking Team

Kilimanjaro

Alpaca Walking Team (Stud)

Lapwing

Alpaca Walking Team

Limelight

Alpaca Walking Team

Sir Keith

Alpaca Walking Team

Sooty

Alpaca Walking Team

Sweep

Retired Walker

Alpaca Girls


Caramel

Female

Cleo

Female

Darcy

Female

Delilah

Female

Dolly

Female

Dot

Female

Eva

Female

Fiona

Female

Gemma

Female

Hero

Female

Lucinda

Female

Kattia

Female

Gift Shop


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We have a number of handmade items available to purchase that make wonderful gifts or keepsakes.
Jo, and her daughter Rosie, make these and they are all available to purchase via their Etsy Shop

About Us


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 Alpacas, Greyface Dartmoor and Manx Loaghtan rare breed sheep, 2 kunekune pigs, 2 guinea pigs, a rabbit, khaki campbell and indian runner ducks, Buckthorn, our RSPCA rescue pony, Sapphire the miniature pony, Pepper, our cavachon dog, Poppet our Schnauzer cross and Loki our tabby cat. We are frequently visited by a barn owl or two, hares, muntjac deer, foxes and badgers.

We bought Abbotts View Farm in 2012 as 22 acres of grass, with planning permission to build a farmhouse. 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! Our aim is to raise calm, friendly animals who are a pleasure to be around. We host our ever popular Alpaca Walks but be warned, it's hard not to fall in love with these fascinating creatures! Jo teaches Needlefelting Workshops from time to time from her farmhouse kitchen. Jo has also published two books about alpacas, "And.. are alpacas REALLY scary?!" is aimed at children aged 3-7years and is a rhyming story book which perfectly demystifies alpacas! And her second book "So... what IS an alpaca?" is a photo fact book, included in all of our Gift packs and the perfect preparation for your visit. Follow the links to buy both on Amazon. Jo also mosaics, paints and handpaints jewellery, and samples of her work are available to purchase from the farm and also from her Etsy shop

Julie, our wonderful volunteer, is here one day a week helping to halter train our babies. She is worth her weight in gold!

In July 2017 we opened our new luxury cattery: Abbotts View Farm Cattery

In 2018 Alex & Wes joined us to lead Alpaca Walks. They have done a fantastic job and were a real hit with customers, but sadly left us in September 2021 as they were moving away. They are sadly missed.

in 2019 Alice & Jess joined us to lead our Alpaca Walks on Sundays and they are doing a fantastic job! In 2021 Sarah & Kelly joined us to lead walks on Saturdays and have been wonderful additions to our team. Each one of our Group Leaders has a full time job, but being here at the weekends with our lovely animals just brings a smile to their faces and a spring to their step which overflows to our customers. We are very lucky to have them on board.

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About Alpacas


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Alpacas are one of the camelid species, closely related to the llama. There are four species of South American camelid: Llamas (Lama glama) and Alpacas (Vicugna pacos) are domesticated and Vicuna (Vicugna vicugna) and Guanaco (Lama guanicoe) remain wild and are protected species.

All four are found mainly in Peru in the Andes, with smaller numbers in Chile and Bolivia. Alpacas were domesticated from the wild vicuna into alpaca six to seven thousand years ago. The Incas were very successful in further refining the alpaca for better fibre quality. When the Spanish invaded Peru in 1532, they destroyed the breeding programmes and the alpacas were decimated in numbers and quality in favour of sheep.

There are now thought to be about 3.5 million alpacas in South America and they are now being successfully bred in North America, Australia, Britain, New Zealand, South Africa, China and throughout Europe.

To find out more click on the links below or buy Jo's alpaca fact book "So .... what IS an alpaca?

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Contact


  • Abbotts View Alpacas
  • Abbotts View Farm, Moat Lane, Aston Abbotts, Buckinghamshire HP22 4NF