We are so excited and delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Thorny Beck Alpacas to bring unique and new adventures for all the family to enjoy.
From 7th December 2019 you will be able to come and meet the Alpacas by calling Lynda on 07342 881 825 and arranging a suitable time. During the festive season the Alpacas will be at The Falcon Inn & Forest Glamping where they will be posing as Reinpacas!
There is lots more to see and do over the festive season at The Falcon Inn & Forest Glamping. From the 28th November 2019 we will be selling Quality Nordmann Fir Christmas Trees from the rear of the pub. Our Christmas Lunch Menus start on the 1st December which are not to be missed! Why not come along, meet the reinpacas (alpacas), stay for a cosy lunch and warm up infront of our roaring log fire.
From January 2020 Thorny Beck Alpacas will be offering Alpaca Trekking Experiences, Glampaca!, Alpaca Photo Shoots, Woodland Walks, Alpaca Therapy and so much more.. And all of this right here at The Falcon Inn!
Typical Alpaca Trekking Experience:
During a 90 minute Alpaca Trekking Experience you will accompany one of Thorny Beck Alpacas knowledgeable staff members on a walk through our delightful undulating farm land, forestry and pastures with views of the North Yorkshire Coast and the North Yorkshire Moors. During the trek you will walk with and lead your your very own Alpaca companion.
You will have ample time for your own photographs or Thorny Beck Alpacas can arrange for their photographer to capture all of your memorable moments for you! so you can get on and thoroughly enjoy your unique experience. (Professional photography will be charged separately as it is an additional add on to your experience). You will have a chance to meet all of the Alpacas during your experience and may have the chance to feed the Alpacas depending on the time of day. There is a minimum of 2 participants per trek and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Thorny Beck Alpacas recommend that children under the age of 6 do not participate in these treks but may be carried by an adult.