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Ivy House Farm in Lincolnshire

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A quiet isolated and secluded site set off the Hobhole Bank, famous for fishing. 5 miles East of Boston between the A52 and A16 towards Skegness. Much wildlife in the area and on site, our own ducks, geese, owls, rabbits, peacocks, tortoises etc. We have our own double Brick Built BBQ area for guests use, but you have to bring your own charcoal and food!

Toilet block with showers, kitchen area with fridge/freezer, toaster kettle and microwave. Free use of Barn for parties and rallies.

We are a Certificated Site with a separate Rally Field and our Certification is by the Motor Caravanners Club, on an "OPEN", "ALL WELCOME" basis. Members of the MCC get a reduction, but you do NOT have to be a Member of any club to stay here. Motorcaravans, Caravans or Tent Campers, YOU ARE ALL WELCOME HERE.

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a little Oasis in a desert of farmland.
Friendly run site thats great value for money had camp fires (not on ground) ate loads and drank a fair few,kids loved the animals and theres plenty of wild life to savour, although a small site with basic amenities the peace and quiet was ace and we were prety much left to our own devices. there was a relaxed atmosphere and a most excellent time was had by all. The Gray family
Wayne Gray (10th Aug 2012)
I'm 12 and I go almost every year with family and friends. kids ranged from 2 to 15 and we all love it. We stay for a weekend and have loads of memories there. First time we saw it we thought it looked quite boring but one we went to look around we loved it. Some of the girls made little shows up in the piano room and showed them at the end of our weekend.
The owner breeds cats so every time we go we talk to him and he lets us look at the kittens. That's where the kids my age spend the whole weekend.
There are loads of animals there like goats, cats, rabbits, owls, tortoises, chickens and they used to have two dogs but i think they passed away a not long ago.
The owner is really nice and will give us little tours when he has time. When he feeds the animals he comes and finds us first and asks us if we want to help. Its amazing watching the owls eat there chicks but as i said that there are rabbits there are also baby rabbits and its horrible when they get into the owls cage.
Sometimes we are allowed to take the goats out there pen and take them on walks. He has chains across the campsite so we tie them onto there and they run across the field. There are much more that i could say about this amazing farm but i think i have babbled on to much.

I would recommend this to everyone. Its amazing!

Livvy (16th Jun 2012)