Feed and stroke two gorgeous Herdwick sheep. You will enjoy a traditional tea in the garden looking at our panoramic views. Our two naughty pet sheep will come and join you for cuddles and a bit of naughtiness and trying to eat all the wrong things.. When you have finished your home-made cakes , you will take the sheep to their barn and give them their tea and a goodbye stroke. A special feeling.. If we have new lambs there might be the chance to give them a bottle of milk too. Hens and cats may come to see you too. Animals are unpredictable and untrained. Bring a sense of humour and a camera. Please don't film and feed at the same time- they like your full attention. There is a one hour circular walk that goes through an enchanting wood and I recommend walking from the village to the location, 20 mins. This is an outdoor experience in the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park so dress warmly and ready for quick changes of weather.
Meet the sheep
Hamish, Dougal, Benny, and Lochie are Herdwick sheep living the pastoral dream in the Scottish countryside. These cheeky creatures enjoy snuggling, eating grass, and interrupting humans while they’re enjoying afternoon tea.
cakes and crumpets ..... all vegetarian. vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free available only if booked in advance
Tea, coffee, water, juice
We will be at our beautiful house in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The access is a rough 1km farm track. Please drive slowly or walk (10 mins). Walk if snowy. You could park in the nearby village (20 mins) Poor public transport . If wet we will go under cover but you will need warm waterproofs and outdoor shoes. If you book a winter experience it will be cold and Scottish, not like the video but the sheep will be delighted
年齢制限なく4名まで参加できます。 Children must be closely supervised to ensure kindness to animals No dogs , perfumes or even dog smell please. Groups must stay together and follow instructions. Expect to share any bottle-feeding with other guests Sheep are sensitive…
Car essential. No dogs. Access is up a rough farm track with bumps and potholes. Follow directions carefully Kindness and calm essential for the sheep to make friends with the group. Responsible families very welcome. Keep children seated. Only give animals special food , not tea treats