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Filey, North Yorkshire
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Waterside views
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Enjoy sea views while you dine at your table - perfect for a romantic meal
  • Take long walks along the beach with your four-legged friend
  • Take a challenging hike along the Cleveland Way taking in the gorgeous views
Property code: 84005

A duplex apartment located on the beachfront with magnificent sea views and with easy access to local amenities. Perfect for a Yorkshire coastal getaway

Studded upon the rugged Yorkshire coastline is the serene seaside town of Filey, a popular spot for couples and families alike. Right at the heart of the action is this impressive property that sleeps four and provides an excellent vantage point for exploring. Although compact throughout, the property certainly doesn’t scrimp on comfort, style and practicality thanks to the array of home comforts available and thoughtful decor such as tiled flooring underfoot for easy sand removal.


Slip through the private entrance and cast your beach shoes to one side, entering via the quirky kitchen with its exposed red-brick wall and surprisingly contemporary cabinetry. Mealtimes are a breeze thanks to the handy gas hob, electric oven and microwave, and there’s ample storage space in the fridge/freezer for all the delicious treats you’ll discover on your travels. The dishwasher is also useful for saving on washing up after a tasty takeaway or home-cooked meal, but there’s plenty of choice in town for the nights you’d like to take a break from cooking.


The lounge/diner is a welcome sight for weary guests after a busy day splashing in the waves and making footprints in the sand. Beach dwellers at heart will adore the marvellous seascapes this charming abode offers in droves, perching at the dining table to soak up the atmosphere over a classic fish supper. Beyond your smart crockery and glasses of ice-cold white wine lies a vast expanse of golden sand and endless miles of cerulean waves, and if you step outside, you’ll be able to fill your lungs with glorious sea air. To round off an excellent meal, curl up on the sofas with your favourite book, or switch on the TV to catch an exciting film.


At bedtime, you’ll have a choice of two pretty bedrooms, both of which are a delightful retreat once you have refreshed yourself in the family bathroom. Bring along some beautifully scented bubble bath for a pampering session in the bath, or invigorate your tired bones with a lovely hot shower. The first bedroom is positioned downstairs and features a king-size bed and lots of useful storage, and the second bedroom is upstairs on the first floor with twin beds. There’s also an extra WC to save on early morning queues.


Immediately outside the property is a shared spot with a bistro-style table and chairs for a well-deserved drink at sunset. Watch the tide rollicking in the near distance and listen to the cry of seagulls, sipping your delicious tipple as the final rays of light send showers of red, orange and gold across the sky. By day, the promenade is alive with colour and sound, so you’ll be sorely tempted to amble along in search of ice cream, al fresco coffee and perhaps some fish and chips when your stomach grumbles for lunch. There’s a pub and a restaurant within walking distance when you fancy something extra hearty, plus a shop for stocking up on all the essentials. In terms of practicality, you’ll have allocated parking for one car.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 king-size and 1 twin room
  • 1 bathroom with bath and walk-in shower, and 1 separate WC
  • Gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge and table top freezer, microwave and washing machine
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Smart TV & DVD player in lounge
  • Outdoor seating overlooking the seafront
  • Allocated parking for 1 car
  • Pub, restaurant and shop within walking distance
  • Enclosed communal garden to the rear, accessed by side gate
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 1 dog allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week

Filey is quietly brilliant and steeped in tradition with its quintessential resort vibe and a pleasing array of colourful beach chalets, food huts and picnic spots dotted along the promenade. Soak up the atmosphere and admire the spectacular sea views, or lace up your boots and join The Cleveland Way coastal trail from Filey Brigg (1.5 miles). The golden sands will appeal to any humble beach dweller, and numerous rock pools are teeming with marine life and the odd fossil for youngsters to investigate as well as family-friendly amusements set back from the beach.

Heading northwards along the coastline, you’ll discover Scarborough, 8.5 miles away, with its gorgeous beaches, cafes and restaurants. Make your way through the historic streets to explore Scarborough Castle or pop into St Mary's churchyard to visit Anne Bronte's grave. Enjoy a stroll around the South Cliff area, taking in the famous spa and Italian Gardens. Catch the cliff lift down to the beach and walk around to the peaceful North Bay, visit the renowned Sea Life Centre or explore the beautiful Peasholm Park with its boating lake, woodland walks and oriental influences. The old railway line which ran from Scarborough to Whitby is now a stunning cycle and walking route and is the perfect choice if you feel like a coastal walk taking in some spectacular scenery.

Bridlington (11 miles) boasts glorious sandy beaches, cheerful promenades and a pretty harbour populated by gently bobbing boats. Embrace a feeling of nostalgia and immerse yourself in traditional entertainment, thrilling the youngest members of your party with funfair rides, and trips to the arcades. Bridlington Old Town is awash with history, and eagle-eyed film enthusiasts may recognise the architecture from the 2016 Dad’s Army film. Timing your visit with the annual Dickensian Festival is a must for literature lovers; it is brilliant fun seeing all the stallholders and shopkeepers adorned in Victorian attire.

Flamborough Head (12.5 miles) will appeal to any nature enthusiast with its resident seals and dolphins, whilst the majestic chalk RSPB Bempton Cliffs are home to over 250,000 species of seabirds. The best way to see the local wildlife is to board a boat from Bridlington Harbour and marvel at the unrivalled views of the coastline on a sea safari, and a trip out on the Yorkshire Belle is fantastic for viewing the lighthouse at Flamborough Head.

Melanie Meadows

This property is personally managed by Melanie.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Diane 3rd June 2022

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Had a lovely stay everything we could have needed was there. Bonus point was the on site parking so no worries at all with parking after a day out.

Reviewed by Katie 27th May 2022

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Reviewed by Lorna 20th May 2022

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Cons: The twin room bedroom window doesnt open so room very hot. Note that soap, anti-bac wipes, and washing up liquid, really essential in these COVID times, are not provided. Kitchen wasnt clean - cups, crockery, glasses, microwave, bowl, drying rack, etc, all left disgusting, sticky, and grim. Pros: superb location, comfortable, off road parkingRead more. Hide

Reviewed by Kay 13th May 2022

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The property is to a high spec and we really enjoyed our stay. The beds were very comfy and it was nice and quiet.

Reviewed by Sonia 15th April 2022

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The best view, setting and place . You cant go wrong in renting it.

Reviewed by Amy 9th April 2022

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The flat was clean, functional and in a good location. Well equipped kitchen and comfy beds but was rather over-priced for a small holiday apartment.

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