top of page

Glamping at LacockAlpaca

We are pleased to be accepting bookings for LACOCKALPACA farmstay and glamping. 

Glamping in Lacock.jpg

Exclusive Glamping in a Wiltshire Meadow among the Alpacas


The site comprises four bell tents in a fouracre field on an established alpaca farm. This offers a unique experience, both secured in nature.

There are four spacious 6metre bell tents named after a Wiltshire bird: Yellowhammer, Red Kite, Green Sandpiper and Sparrowhawk. Each tent is fully equipped so you don't have to bring a thing. You will have a fully made up double bed with sprung mattress and two single futons. The tent will comfortable sleep a family of 4. A log burner is installed to keep you warm on cool nights. Each tent has it's own private composting toilet and there are two shared gas-powered hot showers. Outside you can relax in the deck chairs provided, cook your meals over the fire-pit or use the camping gas stoves allocated to your tent and enjoy time together at the picnic table. Pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and glasses are provided along with a cool box for food storage. 

There is easy private parking close to the glamping site. The tents are well spaced, allowing you plenty of privacy.

we encourage an eco-friendly ethos, you will be provided with environmentally friendly products and waste recycling facilities. 


If you are wanting to stay with us, please click the link to the Tents you would want, to book for photographs, information and pricing. 

Tent "Sparrowhawk"

Tent "Red Kite"

Tent "Yellowhammer"

Tent "Green Sandpiper"

There are many interesting historical towns and villages and stunning countryside to explore within short distances from your tents. The unspoilt National Trust village of Lacock, is 5 mins away and where Harry Potter & Pride and Prejudice (to name a few), were filmed. The Georgian city of Bath - World Heritage Centre is 30 mins by car. The beautiful village of Castle Combe is 20 mins away as is the old wool town of Bradford-upon-Avon. Many major attractions: Stonehenge, Bowood House, Longleat Safari park, Salisbury, Avebury, are only a short drive away. There are any number of eateries offering a range of delicious meals to suit all prices and ages within minutes by car. You have the benefit of a rural environment with easy access to a number of local attractions, we will be happy to advise you.There are beautiful walking trails: Lacock Riverside walk opens up beautiful views of the surrounding country side and the River Avon as you follow the riverbank through the valley of Snaylesmeade on which stands the famous Lacock Abbey. The Bowden Hill Walk takes you through meadows & canal paths. We are situated on the 403 National cycle route. Mainline station at Chippenham.


During your stay you will be welcome to tour the farm & meet the herd, to learn more about how we care for these gentle, inquisitive creatures. We are members of The British Alpaca Society.  We encourage an eco-friendly ethos. 


We have always been committed to caring about nature and believe we are all custodians of our countryside. 2021 sees LacockAlpaca embark on a new Agroforestry project to honour our desire to care for and regenerate the land as best we can. We are committing to a tree planting project that responds to local ecological knowledge, and has soil regeneration as the core thrust of planning. Join us as we begin another new journey. We look forward to welcoming you.

bottom of page