The southern county of East Sussex is well known for its expanses of natural beauty, but it's the pretty villages and exciting attractions that lure so many visitors to the area each year. Tucked away within the Ashdown Forest (part of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) is The Llama Park. With so many exquisite hotels and holiday resorts nearby, the Llama Park makes an excellent central point for any East Sussex break.
Ashdown Forest Llama Park
Visitors descending on the Ashdown Forest Llama Park are sure to be delighted by the diverse mix of animals living at the centre. In addition to cheeky llamas, visitors can meet reindeer, alpacas, donkeys, pigs, Andalusian horses and more. Across the 33-acre site, there are a host of activities, including summer donkey rides and picturesque walks.
The Llama Park is well served by facilities. There's an adventure playground to keep the kids entertained, as well as a gift shop and restaurant.
An Ideal Setting for Events
The beautiful grounds of the Llama Park aren't just great for a family day out. Thanks to the extensive facilities on the site, the Llama Park also makes for an ideal setting for events. The large meeting rooms are perfect for conferences and corporate events. Elsewhere on the site, the Wedding Barn is great for private parties. Whether you're tying the knot or throwing a birthday party, the Llama Park can cater to all your needs. The Wedding Barn also houses regular art exhibitions.
Hotels near the Park
With so many tourists heading to the southern county each year, there's no shortage of guest houses and hotels in East Sussex. From rural retreats to lively city centre hostels on the south coast, there's something to suit every budget and taste.
Buxted Park Hotel offers a peaceful rural retreat which is as grand as it is relaxing. While the luxurious interior suits those looking for a tranquil holiday, the site-wide WiFi connection makes the hotel an equally good choice for those travelling on business.
Those keen to stay on the beautiful East Sussex coast have a number of resorts to choose from, with Brighton, Hastings and Eastbourne the perennial favourites for visitors of all ages.