Trevose Head from Mother Ivey's Bay ©National Trust Images Sue Brackenbury
Protected from the wind by the rocks and tucked behind Trevose Head, Mother Ivey’s Bay on the North Coast lies in a sheltered location framed by stunning coastal scenery. This soft sandy beach is much quieter than nearby Harlyn and Constantine Bay due to the lack of amenities and access.
The beach at Mother Ivey’s Bay boasts golden sand and at low tide there are several little coves to discover – but be mindful of when the tide comes in as you can get cut off. Dogs are welcome all-year round but there’s no lifeguard service here.
You can reach Mother Ivey’s Bay is via the coast path – which naturally is steep in places – and is a 20-minute walk from Harlyn Bay.