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How to find us

Please come to Tibbiwell Lane in Painswick. About 2/3 of the way down the hill you will

find a field gate with our name on the gate post. Come in there we will be looking out for you.

If you get lost, please call 07957458991and we will give you directions.
Parking is easiest on either Kingsmill Lane, which is adjacent to Tibbiwell Lane,
or at the free Stamages Lane car park, which is a 5-minute walk through the
village to Tibbiwell Lane.
Timing, please try to arrive right at your arrival time. We will be bringing the
alpacas in before that and they can get very curious if they see visitors arriving
and then won’t come in – which can be tricky.

If you are delayed please let me know on the number above.

All activities take place outside so do dress for the weather. If it is
wet a raincoat is preferable to an umbrella as alpacas are afraid of umbrellas!
It can be muddy at the farm so do wear appropriate footwear – on wetter days
wellies or walking boots are a good idea.


Cancellation, we require 24-hours’ notice of cancellation and can then offer
either a full refund or an alternative date. We cannot refund or rearrange
without sufficient notice. If we cancel, we will also offer a refund or an alternative date.

Making the most of your visit to Tibbiwell Alpacas.
Places to visit near
Painswick is known as the Queen of the Cotswolds. It is a stunning village and
is great to explore, the lanes and historic roads with surprising vistas of open
countryside all around. The village is at the midway point of the Cotswold Way
and so there are some truly wonderful walks all around the area. From the
village, a walk to the Painswick Beacon is a great stretch with views on a clear
day right across Gloucester, to the Malvern Hills in one direction, the Brecon
Beacons distant in Wales and to the south along the Severn river towards
Bristol. After a walk there are lots of places to refuel* in Painswick, these

Arts Café Painswick a wonderful café in the heart of the village. Found in the
Painswick Centre on Bisley street, the café offers light lunches, delicious coffee
and to die for cakes! A must visit. The café also hosts Handmade In –
Painswick shop which sells the curated work of local artists and artisans. The
perfect spot to pick up a gift or memento of your visit.

You will find Tibbiwell Alpaca products for sale in the shop.
The Painswick Hotel, which offers a full range of refreshments, tea/coffee as
well as a delicious lunch and dinner menu.
The Royal Oak, is our local pub. It is child friendly and has a great lunch menu
and a lovely sunny courtyard for those warmer days.
Meadow beautiful shop and coffee spot on St. Mary’s street right by the
church yard.
The Painswick Pooch is a café with delicious coffee and cakes on New Street.
Further exploring might take you to the Rococo Gardens, just on the outskirts
of Painswick is a beautiful garden with a mix of formal planting, vineyard,
vegetable gardens and a woodland play area. There is a lovely café with wide
range of choice and a great shop selling plants,

Rococo Garden honey and lots of lovely things.

Our nearby market town of Stroud is three miles distant. On Saturday’s, the
famous farmers market is a must, open from early morning until around 3pm.
Stroud has a range of cafes and bars. Woodruffs is a fabulous vegan café and
the diner at Stroud Valley Arts on James Street does a great breakfast. Stroud
has a super atmosphere, it is friendly, diverse and eclectic, there are many

independent shops and a range of eateries for you to enjoy.

Well worth a visit.
The villages around the five valleys are gorgeous, some gems include Slad,
home of the wonderful Woolpack Inn with stunning views, outdoor terrace and
superb menu. Slad is also the birthplace of local author Laurie Lee, his resting
place can be found in the churchyard opposite the Woolpack and the Laurie
Lee Way is a great walk around the Slad valley, where you will find evocative
Laurie Lee poetry engraved set into Oak posts.
Sheepscombe, a hidden valley and quiet Cotswold Village has the beautiful
Workman Woods and the traditional Butchers Arms, great for a Sunday roast.
Miserden, another stunning village has the beautiful Miserden Gardens and
nursery to explore and the lovely Carpenters Arms or nearby Foxmoor Inn
which comes complete with a place to tie up your horse, should you arrive on
Above Stroud are the commons of Minchinhampton, Rodborough and Selsley.
These are great places for walking and the views are stunning.
On the other side of Stroud is the town of Nailsworth. Awash with
independent shops and lovely cafes it is a great place to explore.
Please ask if you would like to have directions or any other information.

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