Humble Bee Farm Half Term
February half term is fast approaching!
Humble Bee Farm is ready for the first half term break of 2023.
We have warm snug, glamping accommodation and our brand-new, exciting Alpaca Adventures.
After settling in with the rest of the farmyard gang, our three alpacas have perky ears, bright eyes and soft coats.
On either Saturday 11th or Saturday 18th February, guests staying here at Humble Bee Farm can book their own Alpaca Adventure, subject to availability.
Ticket price is £20.00 per unit, in addition to your accommodation unit tariff.
The first trek starts at 11am and the last one will be 2.30pm on either the 11th OR 18th February 2023.
Our three alpacas will be waiting for you so make sure you book your 20-minute alpaca trek around one of our farm walks.
You will also find out all about the alpaca world from an expert guide.
There will be a chance to hand feed them too.
We are sure you’ll make friends with these adorable creatures.
Remember to bring your phone or camera as there will be lots of photo opportunities.
What Are Alpacas Like?
These calm, relaxing and sensory creatures have soft fleeces and lovely shining eyes.
They have long, graceful necks and very alert ears!
They are cute to look at and love humans.
Each alpaca is unique and has its own character traits … what will yours be like?
Book your accommodation here and then add on your Alpaca Adventure ticket! https://humblebee.angelfishbooking.co.uk
Other Half Term Treats at Humble Bee Farm
The Hive Café Bar will be open at selected times during the February half term.
We will send our guests details nearer the time.
Also don’t forget as the days get lighter, it’s time to stretch those legs on one of our farm walks.
You can also see the rest of the farmyard gang, including Tilly the Shetland Pony, Daisy and Jessica, our retired donkeys, guinea pigs, goats, sheep, ducks and hens.
You’ll see Farmer Percy hard at work too!
We have our sports field (it might be a bit muddy) and our outdoor play area so little ones can play outside.
We also have our indoor play barn (open selected times) and duck pond.
You can buy souvenirs in our shop, open during office hours.
A recent addition to the Humble Bee experience is the Reflection Garden, a quiet space with lovely flowers, shrubs and timber installations so you can have some quiet time.
Is Glamping Warm Enough in February?
You can rest assured our cottages, Big Chief cabins, Running Water Deluxes and Lodges are well and truly warm enough!
Each cabin is fully insulated and heated making them very warm and snug if the weather is cold.
Our Running Waters (sleeping up to a family of four) and Lodges (up to a family of six) are en-suite and have a private hot tub per cabin.
Our Big Chiefs are an affordable alternative and we have two shower and toilet blocks on site for guest usage. They sleep up to a family of five.
Of course we also have three luxury holiday cottages, two with hot tubs.
Each cottage sleeps up to four guests in each.
And for a bracing yet stunning seaside getaway, St Kitts in Filey is our ground floor holiday apartment sleeping up to six guests.
Dogs are welcome, tariff applies.
The yurts, bell tents and campsite are closed until later this Spring.
Is anything else open in February?
Many businesses stay open all year round and those who close for the colder months often open their doors again in February.
See our list here: https://humblebeefarm.co.uk/things-to-do/
We look forward to seeing you soon!