Ivey's Blog

Hot five camping essentials

07 June 2017:Postcards from the Park

Camping has come a long way. No more damp tents wobbling in the slightest breeze, primus stoves taking 20 minutes to boil water, or food going off in a tiny cool box. Modern tents are sturdy and spacious, efficient stoves can cope with several pans... Read more

Have a happy half term with Cornwall’s top attractions

30 May 2017:Postcards from the Park

Hurray! It’s half term. Oh no! It’s half term… Turn holiday horrors into happy days with some of Cornwall’s top attractions. Here’s ten of the best, all within an hour’s drive of Mother Ivey’s Bay Holiday Park. After all, wouldn’t you rather be having fun... Read more

Our favourite events to look forward to in Cornwall this year

12 May 2017:Postcards from the Park

Are we nearly there yet? You’re on holiday in the beautiful area surrounding Mother Ivey’s Bay Holiday Park and you want something to entertain the family without spending hours in the car. Here are some great events to enjoy this summer, all within an hour... Read more

Our top places to visit with the kids this Easter

06 April 2017:Postcards from the Park

With Easter just around the corner and the holidays already upon us, there’s a whole host of activities for all the family to enjoy come rain or shine in Cornwall. Here are just a few of our favourites: National Lobster Hatchery Located in Padstow, the... Read more

What’s Going Down in Bodmin Town

20 March 2017:Park Capers
Image of family cycling in lanhydrock

Guests making the journey to Mother Ivey’s Bay over the coming months will no doubt notice that Cornwall Council are busy making considerable changes both on the A30 & in nearby Bodmin. The route through Bodmin is a popular alternative to the traditional scenic &... Read more

Foodie Heaven: A Guide to North Cornwall’s Best Foodie Events

15 March 2017:Postcards from the Park
Where to eat

There are no two ways about it – The North Cornwall coastline is a very tasty holiday destination indeed. Cornwall tantalises the taste buds & shocks the senses, blowing your mind as you devour tradition & tenacity, benevolence & beauty. Cornwall is a foodie’s fantasy... Read more

Our top 5 spring gardens to visit in Cornwall

09 March 2017:Postcards from the Park

Cornwall’s gardens are a delight whatever the season, but in spring they are truly a sight to behold. Stunning displays of magnolia, rhododendron, camellia and azalea adorn the grounds of stately manor homes – whilst bluebells and daffodils create carpets of colour amongst the woodland... Read more

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