ALPACA tourism is rising and this cute AirBnb, nestled in the Welsh countryside, proves it.
More than 2,500 homes use alpacas as a way to get people into their AirBnb, but this house in Pentyrch, just outside Cardiff in Wales, offers a whole field.
The owners offer "country walks, mountain bike trails and views over Cardiff and the Severn Estuary" as a couple of maps when describing their picturesque home.
But the house also reminds potential guests not to forget – "You are welcome to meet our herd of beautiful alpacas".
Guests who book the cottage, stay in their own room for just under $ A80 per night.
The house has received critical acclaim since it was mentioned, many of whom thanked the hosts for their alpaca tours.
"Absolutely delightful at home, spotless and with a great bathroom and shower Myra and her husband were incredibly welcoming and friendly hosts, almost as friendly as the alpaca's," a woman wrote.
"My daughter and her boyfriend stayed here after a concert and Myra and her husband were so helpful by picking them up from the train station and the concert, which really contributed to a wonderful weekend and the alpaca & # 39; s were just a another incredible highlight and so friendly. "
The house is already popular with guests and is fully booked for September and has a few dates available in October.
The Welsh house is not the only alpaca experience offered on the homestay platform.
In the American state of Maine you can rent a two-bedroom apartment directly above The Maine Alpaca Experience.
A short walk from the apartment is the Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm, where guests receive a free tour and can visit more than 40 alpacas.
A house in Kerkwerve in the Netherlands is also home to alpacas where guests staying in the three-bedroom house can roam around on their balcony to feed the herds.
And a little closer to home, guests staying at Brookby Hill Cottage in Hawkesbury, New Zealand can also spend their days with alpacas.
The cottage is also in the middle of the world-famous Marlborough wine region, which means you can sit on your porch, drink a glass of wine and at the same time have an alpaca.