Cottage Tour

For visitors requiring the optional tour of the centre whilst staying at the onsite cottage, please select this item and add it to your cart when making your cottage booking. Tony will agree a mutually convenient time to take you around the centre at the time you “check-in” or you can give him a call a couple days in advance of your stay to make the arrangement.

£50.00

For visitors requiring the optional tour of the centre whilst staying at the onsite cottage, please select this item and add it to your cart when making your cottage booking. Tony will agree a mutually convenient time to take you around the centre at the time you “check-in” or you can give him a call a couple days in advance of your stay to make the arrangement.

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    1. Hello David, thank you for getting in touch. The “members days” are held every other Sunday afternoon if that is of interest. The alternative as you say is to come and stay at the cottage and obtain your own private tour at a time that suitable to you and Tony.

  1. Good evening
    To have a members visit day, do I need to purchase the cottage tour?
    We have adopted Sansa and would love to meet her and the rest of the pack

    1. Membership provides access to the “members shop” and allows you to purchase / select the amount of passes required to visit. Have a look at the events page where we have a list of scheduled members visits and further information (mostly Sundays). Just send me a quick email advising the one you wish to book on and I will reserve you the places. The sanctuary is located in Shropshire, we will send out directions after you have become a member / purchased tickets to visit.

      https://www.wolfwatch.uk/events/list/

      The members visit pass cost is £20 and the guest pass(es) are £25 each

  2. Hi as a member do you get to feed and interact with the wolves as is shown in this image? I want to purchase a membership and book a cottage stay for my mums 60th but I’d like her to be able to feed and touch and interact with the wolves if possible and she is an artist also so being able to do the art event would be great. I’m trying to find out if there is personal interaction with the wolves without a cage or barrier as I know that she would love it! Thanks and kind regards Gemma

    1. Hi Gemma, the images you have seen are of Kgosi and Madadh who were our ambassador wolves. Regrettably they both died last year due to old age and non of our remaining wolves are socialised, therefore we are unable to provide this experience at this time. Regards – Helen

  3. Hi, my mum has a massive appreciation for wolves and I was thinking of adopting one for her for mother’s day. Can you tell me what’s included in the adoption and how long it takes to get it please? Is it by mail or email? Many thanks

    1. Hi Sarah

      Thank you for your enquiry

      Wolf Watch is a private members organisation and we provide our members with the opportunity to come to the centre and to visit the wolves on one of our pre-arranged “members days”. But you would have to initially join our membership scheme, this enables access to the members area on the website where the new e.joining pack and exclusive member content such as downloads (images, wolf profiles, fact sheets, ringtones, desktop wallpapers, plus more), videos, blog can be found. Only members are permitted to visit the centre (as we are not open to the public). A guest pass allows non-members to visit in the company of a current member. Each member is allowed to bring a maximum of 2 additional guests per visit.

      Joining can be done using the online shop via the adopt-a-wolf scheme. Simply select the wolf you would like to sponsor. Membership provides access to the “members shop” and allows you to purchase / select the amount of passes required to visit. Have a look at the events page where we have a list of scheduled members visits and further information (mostly Sundays). Just send me a quick email advising the one you wish to book on and I will reserve you the places. The sanctuary is located in Shropshire, we will send out directions after you have become a member / purchased tickets to visit.

      https://www.wolfwatch.uk/events/list/

      Membership for a year costs £35, the members visit pass cost is £20 and the guest pass(es) are £25 each

      Hope this helps. Any further questions please don’t hesitate to get in contact.

      Kind Regards

      Helen

  4. Hi

    I have been promising my wife a wolf experience for some time. Could you please keep me informed when bookings can be made in the cottage and when a private tour of the facilities could be done?
    I don’t have any dates in mind so any date would be great.

    Also what is the cost or becoming a member and is it a personal membership or do you do partner or family membership?

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