Welsh AirBnb throws in a field of alpacas for good measure

By: News.com.au
Photo: Courtesy of Alpaca Culture

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A COSY country AirBnb was already popular with tourists, but when the locals threw in their field of alpacas bookings went through the roof.

ALPACA tourism is taking off and this adorable AirBnb nestled in the Welsh countryside proves it.

More than 2500 homes use alpacas as a way to get people into their AirBnb but this home in Pentyrch, just outside of Cardiff in Wales, offers up a whole field.

The owners offer up “countryside walks, mountain bike trails and views over Cardiff and the Severn Estuary” as some of its drawcards when describing their picturesque home.

But the home also reminds potential guests not to forget — “You are very welcome to meet our herd of lovely alpacas”.

Guests that book the cottage stay in their own private room for just under $A80 a night.

The home has received rave reviews since it was listed, many of which thanked the hosts for their alpaca tours.

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