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Filey Itself is approximately 3 miles away and will provide you places to eat, as well as seaside shops. Filey is perfect for a stroll along the seafront or visit Crescent Gardens before having a cuppa in a café or maybe even a game of crazy golf. Filey is situated between Brigg & Flamborough Head, which act as protection for Filey from the rough seas allowing the beach to become beautifully sandy as it is today. You also have the famous coble landing which is where the fishing boats and the lifeboat launch. 

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Filey Itself is approximately 3 miles away and will provide you places to eat, as well as seaside shops. Filey is perfect for a stroll along the seafront or visit Crescent Gardens before having a cuppa in a café or maybe even a game of crazy golf. Filey is situated between Brigg & Flamborough Head, which act as protection for Filey from the rough seas allowing the beach to become beautifully sandy as it is today. You also have the famous coble landing which is where the fishing boats and the lifeboat launch. 

Filey also as it's own train station - so if you are travelling by train i have included a link to help you plan your visit https://www.thetrainline.com/

Local Places to Visit

Filey Bird Garden & Animal Park Home | My Site 16162 (fileybirdgarden.com) , Scarborough Road, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9PG. This is a family run attraction that as a mixture of animals, nature, birds & gardens set in 5 acres, there is a small admission or you can obtain a season pass, dogs are welcome and parking is free. You can also pick something up in the gift shop as a reminder of your visit or spend a bit longer and have something to eat in the café. Why not check out their website for opening hours and events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Filey Distillery is based in Filey itself, 12c West Road, Filey, YO14 9LP. Filey Gin from Filey Distillery, Artisan Distillery in North Yorkshire They offer tastings, micro-tours as well as the option to purchase in the shop, please book if you would like to take the distillery tour. 

Places to visit a little further afield

Filey is nestled between two popular Yorkshire holiday destinations namely Bridlington and Scarborough.

Bridlington - approx 8 miles. 

You will find this seaside town larger than Filey and as well as having shops and places to eat, you will also be able to see the harbour, take boat trips or even visit the Leisure Centre. Bridlington is also famous for 'John Bulls World of Rock' which is also worth a visit whilst in the area. 

  • Sewerby Hall & Gardens is set in over 50 acres and as the added bonus of it's own Zoo. 

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    Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens - as well as been able to view the house and gardens they also host fairs and seasonal events throughout the year. 

  • RSPB Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, there you will find numerous safe viewpoints on the cliff tops where you will have incredible views of the nests. Regular sightings between March & October of puffins, guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, herring gulls, as well as the gannet the largest seabird in the UK.

     

Scarborough - approx 9 miles

Scarborough is a charming seaside town, with lots to offer, it has 2 beaches, plenty of history & attractions for all.

  • Scarborough Sealife - Discover over 2500 amazing creatures at this unique indoor and outdoor attraction including the new Rainforest Adventure. It as it's own colony of Humboldt penguins, as well as Yorkshire's only Seal Hospital.

     

  • North Bay Railway, Sky Trail and Historic Water Chute. The locomotives, scenery and history of the railway all add up to make it a fantastic day. The North Bay Railway is a great way to travel to Scarborough Sea Life Centre with our regular public transport service train.

     

  • Peasholm Park, voted 6th Best Park in the UK and 25th Best Park in the whole of Europe in the Trip Advisor Traveller's Choice Awards, is situated in Scarborough’s North Bay and is a must-see for anyone visiting the Yorkshire Coast

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    Luna Park - Scarborough theme park, Luna Park, Sandside, Scarborough YO11 1PG, there are rides and games for everyone

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Further Afield

For those wishing to travel slightly further there is also Whitby or York.

Whitby - approx 28 miles

  • Famous for connections to Dracula & Captain James Cook, Whitby embraces the Gothic culture, the town as quirky streets, cobbled paths, shops and of course the famous 199 steps that lead up to the Abbey Ruins

     

York - approx 40 miles

  • Steeped in history from it's Viking past, you can walk the York Walls, visit the cathedral, stroll round the shops whilst stopping for a bite to eat, or even enjoy a leisurely ride along the river.

     

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