Mother Ivey Cottage Map of Cornwall
Mother Ivey Cottage
Overlooking Mother Ivey Bay and Trevose Head
on the North Coast of Cornwall

The Meropes & RNLI Lifeboat Station


Wake up to this view!

The East Wing is attached to Mother Ivey Cottage overlooking Mother Ivey Bay and Trevose Head.

The East Wing sleeps eight. We accept family parties only. There are 4 twin bedrooms and two bathrooms one of which has a power shower as well as a bath.

The kitchen is fully equipped with electric cooker (with a ceramic hob), fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. Crockery, glasses, cutlery, pots & pans and other cooking utensils are also provided. A high chair is available but no cot.

The living room has three sofas, one arm chair and digital TV with a DVD player. At one end is the eight seater dining room table overlooking Mother Ivey Bay.

Leading out of the kitchen there is a conservatory which opens into the enclosed back garden, this in turn leads to the large garden at the side and front of the property. There is a bar-b-q area in the back garden. The owners, by agreement, permit the occasional tent for extra guests.

Mother Ivey CottageOne dog is permitted, again by agreement with the owners, but it is expected that the dog will not be allowed in the bedrooms or on the furniture. The kitchen and the conservatory are large with ample space for a dog bed.

Mother Ivey Cottage, the garden and beach were recently used as some of the main locations for filming Rosamund Pilcher's "Four Seasons". Tom Conti, Michael Yorke, Frank Findley and Senta Berger were all on location here.