We think that Filey is the perfect place for whatever takes your fancy. Whether it be walking, watersports, cycling, exploring or just chilling, in this small corner of North Yorkshire, you can do it all.
Below are just a few or the things available that might be of interest.
Filey South Beach
Filey's South Beach sits just a 10 minute walk from the bungalow. Walk to the South and you can access Hunmanby Gap and Reighton, You can call at the Bay for a Coffee or a spot of lunch, whilst if you turn North, a pleasurable short walk in to Filey Town awaits you. The beach is dog friendly all year round.
The relatavely flat Filey location makes cycling ideal. You can simply "pop" to the shops for a newspaper, or if you fancy something a bit more energetic, try a ride out to neighbouring Scarborough or Bridlington.
For a full day, you can cycle to Whitby on the national cycle route along the cliff tops overlooking the sea.
Two mountain bikes are provided for your use free of charge
Beautiful Flamborough is always a pleasure to visit. The Cliffs and its rugged coastline are amazing, and are a match for anything even in Cornwall. The kids love to explore the rock pools whilst the tide is out, and a Coffee or an ice cream is always a nice treat from the cafe
Flambourough Lighthouse is still one of the countries remaining "workers". For a small fee you can have a tour and learn the history and its operation.
The course lake to the rear of the bungalow is stocked with Roach, Common Carp, Bream, Perch, Chub and Tench. For "Specimen" anglers the nationally renowned Rosedale pond at Hunmanby stocks Carp over 20lb and Catfish up to 50lb.
For Sea anglers, some excellent fishing can be sought from Filey Promenade, especially in the Winter.
20 minutes walk or a five minute drive takes you into Filey town.
A quiet town even when its busy, Filey never seems over crowded.
A visit to the Cobble landing is a must, whilst on the landing why not visit the RNLI Lifeboat to hear of its most recent epics and heroics. Filey has its own Museum which is worth a visit.
A Coffee and a bite to eat in town or a pint at one of local pubs is always a pleasure.
The best place in England to see, hear and smell seabirds!
Each year, 250,000 of them flock to the cliffs between Bempton and Flamborough to find a mate and raise their young. Between mid-April and mid-July, the much-loved puffin also makes its home here. You can get close to the action from six, safe cliff-edge viewing platforms. Inside the seabird centre there’s an exciting exhibition area.