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Tripadvisor® 2023 Travelers’ Choice® Award

Opening times

We are closed the 25th and 26th December 2021 for Christmas, other than these two days, normal opening times apply.

We are open Monday to Saturday 9am – 5pm. Sunday 10am – 4pm. 

You may be able to book outside of our regular opening times, please contact us to discuss.

You’ll need to book tickets in advance (We won’t accept walk-ins). Please wait for confirmation of booking before attending.

Public transport

Travel by public transport

As we’re out in the countryside, you can’t reach us directly on public transport. So, if you don’t have a vehicle, or you’d rather leave it at home, local pick-up and drop-off can be arranged for a small fee.

Nearest train station is Haverfordwest (7 miles away). Visit the Trainline website by clicking below.

The nearest bus stop is in Newgale, which is 2 miles away from the Sweet Home Alpaca. Ask the bus driver to stop in Roch, this 1 mile from the farm. We will happily pick guests up from there.

Travel by your own vehicle

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There are no access issues for vehicles despite some narrow country roads. We are very close to Roch Castle,we can be seen from afar.

Free limited parking is available.

Own transport

Food & drink

Food and drink

People can being their own food but all rubbish will need to be taken with them. No food or drink can be purchased on site.


We have a list of all of the places where you can get food in the local area, including pubs, cafes and restaurants.


Toilets, pets and other facilities

We have compost toilets on-site (with wheelchair access) . We do not have baby changing facilities as yet, but we will have the facilities in the future.

No pets allowed due to the farm being a working farm. Guide dogs are welcomed.

Things to do Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is the most beautiful place on earth

Okay, so we’re a bit biased. But there is a reason that so many people visit the stunning county of Pembrokeshire every year. We are on the doorstep of five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we have three National Parks of distinctive character, and there is the phenomenal Wales Coast Path. There’s really nowhere like it on Earth.