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A GUIDE TO YOUR NORTH CORNISH HOLIDAY
Holiday cottages, glamping and camping on a farm in Cornwall with Alpacas, Sheep, Pigs and Chickens
Read on for more information on the animals you can visit when you stay at Pencuke farm
Alpacas
Whether you are staying in one of our lovely holiday cottages, glamping in the luxury shepherds hut or staying on our campsite, you can visit our four Alpacas. From biggest to smallest, they are called Maisie, Kate, Nell and Pippa. We plan to breed them, so there could be baby alpacas (called crias) in the summer of 2020

Alpacas

Whether you are staying in one of our lovely holiday cottages, glamping in the luxury shepherds hut or staying on our campsite, you can visit our four Alpacas. From biggest to smallest, they are called Maisie, Kate, Nell and Pippa. We plan to breed them, so there could be baby alpacas (called crias) in the summer of 2020
Zwartbles sheep
We also have a lovely friendly flock of pedigree Zwartble sheep. Orginally from the Netherlands, they are known for being friendly. We usually have between 25 and 50 of this beautiful breed on the farm. We lamb around April

Zwartbles Sheep

We also have a lovely friendly flock of pedigree Zwartble sheep. Orginally from the Netherlands, they are known for being friendly. We usually have between 25 and 50 of this beautiful breed on the farm. We lamb around April

Chickens
We keep around 9 chickens who have lots of space to scratch around, resulting in lots of delicious eggs. With the alpacas nearby to keep a safe watch over them

Chickens

We keep around 9 chickens who have lots of space to scratch around, resulting in lots of delicious eggs. With the alpacas nearby to keep a safe watch over them
Pigs
From April until September, we usually have a couple of mischevious pigs. Join us twice a day at feeding time, to get up close and have a stroke if you want

Pigs

From April until September, we usually have a couple of mischevious pigs. Join us twice a day at feeding time, to get up close and have a stroke if you want