Walking and Cycling
For walkers, the Cornwall Coastal Path beckons, it runs past the holiday park and offers fantastic views out to sea – you only have to choose whether to turn left or right! It is worth the effort in both directions.
North Cornwall really is walking and rambling country. The Ramblers Association is very active and the local groups welcome guests on their regular programmes of walks. Details are on their website www.cornwallramblers.org.uk
If your walking is of a gentler kind, then try the Camel Trail (the old railway line that was transformed into an amazing free recreational facility). You can join it at Padstow. If you prefer not to walk, hire a bike. It is worth it – the slope is very gentle!
To help you find the nearest walks to Mother Ivey’s Bay, we have produced a pocket guide. Click here to download your copy of the guide or pick one up from Reception.
Go By Cycle, Cornwall’s first bike hire delivery service
Go By Cycle have put a package together specifically for Mother Ivey’s.
A family of four can enjoy exploring in and around the site on well maintained quality bikes for just £170 per week with additions of an extra adult for £70 or an extra child for £40 per week. The bikes are delivered to site and can be there ready and waiting for you on arrival. They come with helmets, locks, and puncture repair kits.
Kelly and Paul, owners of Go By Cycle, have a long history of bike hire and service and believe in delivering a quality service to their customers. They specialise in bike hire delivered across Cornwall for touring and exploring and more information on their family run business can be found on their website www.gobycycle.co.uk