Beach Huts, Beach Chalets at Filey "Lined up as a backdrop to this stunning coastline, the multicoloured chalets offer daytime freedom for all the family...."
Seafront promenade, Filey "This is the spot, smack in the middle of the seafront promenade on the beach Road. Sit and enjoy the sunshine with some refreshment and watch the world stroll by..."
Mosaic Compass and Fountain, Filey "Just by the cafe on Filey seafront is this mosaic compass and fountain showing the points, and UK Coastal Sea areas..."
Cliff top view, The Crescent, Filey "Filey is a haven where generations of families return each year. The majestic facade of The Crescent is complemented by spectacular gardens and parks, which have secured Filey Town In Bloom awards on many occasions..."
Filey, on the Yorkshire east coast is a traditional, old-fashioned British holiday resort. It is well loved and frequently visited by those of us in the Yorkshire towns and cities eager to get away at the weekend for a paddle and the feel of sand between our toes. Added to this, the caravan parks, guest houses, hotels and self-catering accommodation in the area makes it a popular place for a family holiday beside the seaside.
Enjoy the East Coast
If you are not sure where to go, what to see or do, we aim to help – we've visited, camera in hand, to show you the place from the comfort of your arm chair, so that you can make the most of your time when you get there. Our Virtual Reality Filey Tour is here to help you. We've visited it first, to save you the trouble!
The golden sands of Filey are surely its most important and attractive feature – you can swim in the sea or the kids paddling pool, hire one of the multi-coloured beach huts for a week, walk along the promenade between North Beach and South Beach and even give the little ones a donkey ride on the beach. Filey still offers a proper brass band concert every Sunday at the Bandstand, on Crescent Gardens during the summer. Keeping with tradition, you could go along to the Coble Landing: the place where the traditional local fishing boats are launched, or visit the award-winning gardens at Northcliffe. North Beach is also the place to find the ever-popular amusement arcade.
Behind the beach, is the town of Filey itself, where you can shop for those essentials, or just get a particularly good coffee and a cake while you relax at one of the cafes. (We loved Bramwells Tea Rooms! - on Belle Vue Street)