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Old Ferry Boat Riverside Parking
Offsite parking - no services
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Open from Jan to Dec
9m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Update October 2020. I had previously stayed on the riverside beside the pub but having read the previous review and seen that it was no longer possible l decided to contact the pub to see if we could stay in the car park and have a meal. Unfortunately due to complaints from the “village” the pub also no longer allows overnight parking.View all reviews by broadsranger
The staff were very apologetic.
You can not park on the green next to the river anymore, But you can stay in the pub car park (Just ring them beforehand).View all reviews by cbf4
We stay at the pub and it is a very friendly pub with good food. (Old Ferry Boat 01480 463227)
Miserable place which hates motorhomes , come out of their houses and moan if you even park on the road . Day parking at the playing field and pub has large carpark .View all reviews by supermacsara555
We just arrived and found the pub so we were in the right place but 2 new signs put up saying . . . . You've guessed it "no overnight parking" we did drive round the block it wasn't camper friendlyView all reviews by evrons1
absolutely perfect if you want a quiet and tranquil time, you have the greene king pub there which does food and breakfast. There are no facilities for camping.View all reviews by AnitaPaul
In the evening there were mosquitoes so be warned.
St Ives is a most if you like character peace and beauty.
3 spaces on level grass pitch next to the river. Pub 50m awsy. Very quiet pretty village.View all reviews by byronlewis
Loved this place. Right next to a canal where 3 boats had tied up for the night. Grassy site which we had to ourselves so very private. The street has wonderful thatched cottages just lovely. Across the road is a great pub. It's a Greene King Pub and very atmospheric - they claim to have a ghost!View all reviews by mackasx2
Arrived quite late after moving on from our scheduled over night stop due to many strange goings on late at night. Found this stop unsuitable due tobthe very wet grass. Aslo there is a plastic barrer mesh now up on one bit.View all reviews by Matrix2055
Pulled over to find another place to go and was meet by a torrent of verbal abuse by the house owner down just a few meters away from grass area. A vile abusive little man who thinks its ok to bang on the window of your house and then yell profanities at you has had enough of us type parking there. Told him to go away as there was no legal reson why I couldnt park there if I wanted too. Suggest to you give him a little toot on your horns as you arrive and leave.
The location is undoubtedly rather nice but the area was flooded when we arrived. We spoke with the staff in the Old Ferry boat Inn who made it clear that though they welcome our business they are most definitely not camper friendly and that under no circumstances would they allow anyone to stay in their car park. They were friendly enough and the food was good with a reasonable selection of beers available (but I had to go lightweight due to having to drive to find an overnight location).View all reviews by ironicmoteliers
Very small grassed area sandwiched between the canal, with 48 hour free mooring and The Old Ferry Boat House Inn down a dead end lane. Beautiful view and very peaceful. The carparking area was empty when we arrived at around 7pm so there was plenty of choice and space for our 9M unit without causing any obstruction. The Inn serves meals for £4.99 until 10pm but we ate in the Moho :)View all reviews by stevedeb
Great spot beside a waterway with the pub only a few metres away. The pub has a claim to be the oldest inn in England and has lots of character. Motorhome parking area is generally on grass and view is superb. We had a beer in the pub and connected to their wifi as 3G connection was very weak.View all reviews by ozerv