An Exclusive Whole Site Hire, Alpaca Glamping Experience

in a Traditional Devon Orchard Setting

Little Orchard Alpacas’ Summer Bell Tent Glamping will not be running in 2021.

Book Now for Summer 2022!

We are looking forward to welcoming new guests in Summer 2022, when we will be offering our Exclusive-hire Alpaca Glamping Experience between 12th July and the 29th August. 


Book a memorable stay for your group or family, with our three acre apple orchard to yourselves, comfortable bell tents and wake up to alpacas grazing nearby!

We provide three furnished bell tents including bedding, soft warm throws and bedside rugs to ensure the best night’s sleep and comfy wake up!

We invite all our guests to enjoy a complimentary Alpaca Walk as part of your Alpaca Glamping Experience  (must be booked in advance and can be upgraded to include our Devonshire Cream Tea, T&Cs apply). 

We are a very quiet, peaceful site on the edge of Shute and Killington villages and welcome families and relaxed groups of friends, looking to unwind and enjoy the relaxed and tranquil setting. 

We have a minimum stay of three nights and a maximum of 9 guests. You are welcome to bring your own small tents for additional sleeping space. 

Important: We are not able to accommodate loud music or loud group noise as sound travels easily where we are. We are very strict with this for the sake of the alpacas and our neighbours. 

Pricing: £330 Per Night (Up to Nine Guests)


Please either use the booking calendar or e-mail for availability and to book. 

Check Availability and Book Now for Summer 2022








Bell Tent Glamping with Little Orchard Alpacas has officially been accredited with the Visit Britain Covid-19 ‘We’re Good To Go’ Industry Standard. This is a quality mark awarded by VisitEngland and reassures prospective visitors to Little Orchard Alpacas that we are adhering to Government and Public Health Guidance, with regards to opening safely during the Coronavirus Pandemic.


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