We offer 30 minute meet and greet with our beautiful herd, you get to meet our yearlings, our gorgeous 3 year old boys Otis, Quinn and Orlando as well as the awesome Aunty Biddy and the lovely Alfie too. This is the time to get up close and personal and everyone has a favourite by the end of the experience...
We have delicious bean to cup coffee and hot drinks available at the barn, feel free to bring a reusable cup.
Perfect for those guests who may find the walk a little much, also great for young families too or just those who have alpaca love.
There is no charge for children 4 years and under.
We are open Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
To book please select your number of guests and then you will see availability to book your experience.
Vouchers can be redeemed at checkout.
THERE IS A 2 ADULT MINIMUM BOOKING FOR THE MEET AND GREET.
If you book for an adult and a child you may be asked to move your booking. If you book for children only your booking will be refunded.
Under 16's need to be accompanied by an adult.
We have a stall at the barn of our beautiful alpaca creations, do take a look at our online shop via the website and we also have extra lovely handcrafted items for sale at the barn.
Please note walks take place at the large Dutch Barn in Cowley and not the farm nearby with the long driveway,
Korinn Farm is not open to the public.
The postcode GL53 9NJ is for the whole of Cowley so please take note of directions.
Follow google maps to Cotswold Alpacas.
We have a small car park so please do not arrive any earlier at our gate than 15 mins before your slot as we will be out on walks and the gate will be locked. If you are coming from A436 turn at Cowley opposite the Ullenwood turning and follow the lane keeping right a the slight junction a mile down the lane. Keep going past the entrance to Korinn Farm and carry on down the hill until you see our sign on the gate at the bottom.
If you are coming from Cowley Manor with the entrance on your left follow the road around to the left, keep right across the junction and you will see the Dutch Barn at the top of the hill.
From A417 Stockwell turning follow the road all the way down and after 1.5 miles you will see our paddocks and barn on the left.
James and Bridget have lived at Korinn Farm since 2013, the farm is off grid and solar powered. The farm has not just been a project about alpacas; it is about living in a more sustainable way. It was important for them from the beginning that any works or building done on the farm worked in a green way. Their focus is to live lightly on the land and alpacas fit this criteria perfectly being naturally light footed and energy efficient producers of sustainable fibre.