What once started as a hobby, Annie bought her very first alpaca, Pavlova, back in 2009. Since then, the herd has grown and grown. With shearing occuring once a year ready for the warmer months, alpaca wool naturally lends itself to luxury fiber for clothing and homeware. The fleece from our alpacas is then turned into some of the items you can find in our shop, including socks and bird nesting.
To find our more about our wool, please head over to our fiber page.
Where we can, we produce as much as possible right here in Great Britain, and are committed to reducing our plastic usage whilst bringing you eco-friendly luxury shop products.
About our alpacas
On our farm, we have both types of alpaca; the Huacaya and the Suri alpaca. They are differentiated by their fleeces – the huacaya fleece looks more like a fluffy teddy bear, whereas the suri fleece looks a little longer and
similar to dreadlocks.
All of our alpacas are friendly, calm, good natured curious little creatures. Most were bred and born right here on the farm in Kent.
Set on Haguelands farm in the Romney Marsh with beautiful countryside views, the farm provides the perfect backdrop for a serene day out alpaca trekking or a meet & greet.
You’ll also find our shop and tea room (coming soon) perched on our farm where you can find unique alpaca themed gifts, clothing and homeware for all the family.