NJ hungry for entertainment? Spend the night with the alpacas

You won’t find me spending money on what apparently a lot of other people are. There is a place in New Jersey where you can spend the night in a cozy room adjoining a farm and you can play with the alpacas whenever you want.

Doesn’t that sound like a strange request Prince would have made while staying at a Ritz Carlton? “The concierge? It’s 3 am and I want some live alpacas brought to my room. Make sure that happens.”

Okay, so maybe they won’t be in your room per se, but you can drag them outside. You can even arrange to take them on a hike.

This story appeared on Only in New Jersey this is about an alpaca farm in Evesham with a small suite rented through Airbnb.

Brian and Angela via Airbnb

The list describes the excitement:

“Welcome to the peaceful beauty of farm life! Start your day sipping coffee and watching alpacas graze from your private patio. Roast marshmallows in your personal gas fireplace. Travel the trails of the Pinelands and above all connect with the simplicity of nature. ”

“After taking a shower with chickens, I’m going to have to convey this rustic beauty. “

What else can you do?

“Customers are invited to take a walk on the grounds of the Farmette. Interact with the hens in the backyard and the alpacas in the front.

Wait! Chickens too?!?! Oh, you didn’t tell me that!

Yes, sorry, but I can resist. I had had enough of the chickens the time I was in a log cabin on a guy’s farm where the only shower was one of those outdoor showers with cold water and walls that don’t touch the ground. Three chickens entered under the walls and pecked at my legs. After taking a shower with chickens, I’m going to have to convey this rustic beauty.

“You will have fresh eggs, a private patio and your own washer and dryer. “

Brian and Angela via Airbnb

“You will have fresh eggs, a private patio and your own washer and dryer. “

But if it’s your dream of chatting with alpacas, this can all be yours for $ 154 a night.

You will have fresh eggs, a private patio and your own washer and dryer. Good thing. You will need to remove this alpaca slime from your clothes.

Oh! Guess what? If you’re there on the right day of the week, they even do alpaca yoga. Yes, you can take a yoga class with an alpaca. What’s not to like? (Other than everything.)

“Never approach an alpaca from behind. “

Some fun facts about the alpaca

The medium alpaca measures approximately 3 feet at the shoulder.

They always poop in one place and have the weird trait of all using a common pile of manure.

They hum, yes, do hum, when they are curious, bored, happy or in distress. When in danger, they emit a staccato alarm sound. And when ready to mate, the male makes a weird, deep sound known as “orgling”.

They can be crossed with llamas. Imagine THIS orgling!

Alpacas spit like llamas but not very often and usually against each other. Still, it’s nice to have this washing machine handy.

Never approach an alpaca from behind. They don’t like their personal space to be invaded and when surprised they are notorious for kicking.

Alpacas live for up to 20 years.

They were not in the United States until 1984 when they were first imported. No wonder they don’t speak English!

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Jeff Deminski. All opinions expressed are those of Jeff Deminski.

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