We live in West Cornwall, on 20 acres of well drained, south facing fields where we can see both north (St. Ives Bay) and south (St. Michaels Mount) coasts (on a clear day!) in a granite farm house dating back to the early 19th century;  allegedly Richard Trevithick’s mine captain lived here. 

 

2020  August to September

Alpaca Farm Visits 2020

 

Following the success of farm visits, we will be offering the chance to visit Crewenna Alpacas at home during 2020, within strict government guidelines in the Covid crisis.  More information and booking system avialable shortly.

Groups can enjoy a walk in real Poldark country, with outstanding views over St. Ives Bay and the South coast.

Visits will last approximately 2 hours.

View and meet our prize winning alpacas:

  • Introductory meeting and discussion about alpacas, their history and yarn.

  • Enjoy a private escorted walk around the paddocks and if you wish, the opportunity to walk with alpacas on halters.

  • Return to a Cornish Cream Tea and enjoy the chance to see our  wonderful fleece and products plus the chance to buy yarn at a discounted price on the day.

  • At the end of the visit, each person will receive a FREE 50g ball of DK Alpaca yarn, value £9 or for the spinners, a bag of fleece for spinning value £8..

£25 per person

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs allowed and suitable footwear required.

Please contact us by email at carntremayne@hotmail.co.uk subject ‘Farm Visit’ and leave your name and contact details or phone 07870 612559 and leave your details, we will contact you to discuss what dates are available. Maximum groups of 8 persons unless agreed previously.

 

Sandra Muriel - Alpacas of Cornwall - the Crewenna herd

Email:              alpacasofcornwallsm@gmail.com            Tel: 07870612559

 

 

'At the end of the rainbow, my vision is to breed and maintain a herd of huacaya alpacas that clip a superior quality and weight of fleece.'