Popular Lettings in Filey
Highlights in Filey
- Lovely beach
- Relaxing weekend away
- Outdoor activities
- Informative Filey Museum
Most popular in Filey
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Filey
The small town of Filey offers a bubbling selection of colourful souvenir stores and tempting fish and chip shops, but the real gem of the town is its long and gorgeous sandy beach, making it a lovely place to come with the family for a perfectly agreeable weekend away. Holiday rentals are concentrated on the streets of the town itself or a few hundred metres to the south in and around the Primrose Valley Holiday Park, which puts you a stone’s throw away from the beach.Holiday lettings that you will simply adore!
There is a plethora of mobile homes available in Filey for rent that are ideal for small families. These holiday lettings are right on or just a short walk from the beach, and they are outrageously cosy abodes that you will simply adore. They are usually located in special sites that offer holiday-friendly amenities such as a swimming pool, steam room and gym. Alternatively, choose from the numerous houses and flats dotted around the pretty little town!
Holidays in Filey
The area and getting around
Filey is located in the north-east of England, an hour’s drive from the major city of Leeds. In English terms it is fairly remote, and the sparse population of the local area makes it an ideal place to unbend and enjoy some opulent repose. The town itself is perfectly cosy and offers an open door to anyone fortuitous enough to step within its walls.A coastline to make a grown man weep
Filey stands in the heart of a coastline which boasts the truly epic Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast to the south and the North York Moors coastline to the north. The former boasts breath-taking white chalk cliffs and huge natural archway formations jutting out into the sea, with the latter boasting a very special 26-mile strip of heritage coastline, where towering sea cliffs tumble down to beautiful sandy beaches and sheltered coves. It’s enough to make a grown man weep!
Travellers and activities
Filey Beach boasts a glorious sweep of soft, golden sand. Great for families, it never gets crowded and is ideal for building sandcastles, flying a kite, or just lying back and relaxing as the multitude birds fly by. Close-by to the north, Filey Brigg has some lovely rock pools to explore and in summer you can even come across snoozing seals on the rocks!Filey for outdoor activities
Filey beckons those who enjoy gentle outdoor activities with a wide variety of family-friendly options, from testing your skills on crazy golf courses, splashing about in the paddling pool or going out on the boating lake. Filey’s enormous beach makes it a popular destination for horse riders, and the nearby Filey Dam nature reserve is a fabulous spot for seasoned birdwatchers. Walkers are well catered for as Filey is located right at the start of the heart-lifting Cleveland Way coastal walk.
The best fish and chips in the country is in this part of Yorkshire. And there are more fish and chip shops here than you can count!
Top 5 travel tips in Filey
The historic village of Hunmanby lies three miles inland from Filey. It is the largest village on the Yorkshire Wolds and numerous attractive shops pepper its bustling main street. Don’t miss the remains of its early motte and bailey castle!2. Admire the colour at Crescent Gardens
Filey at its most refined, Crescent Gardens are a luscious green space right in front of the Crescent, a gorgeous terrace of Victorian townhouses. The gardens are formal and ornate, and just bursting with colour in spring and summer!3. Learn all about the local history
At Filey Museum you can learn about the geology and wildlife of the area, and admire the feats of the local lifeboat services in an exposition that documents their sea rescues. Don’t miss the Victorian Room with authentic toys, a harmonium and a treadle sewing machine.4. Check out Filey’s oldest building
And old it is! Dating back to the 1100s, the Grade I-listed St Oswald’s Church has been perfectly restored and is a highly atmospheric place to take a walk. Check out the fantastic stained glass and Medieval stone work!5. Take in the local art
The Seafront Sculpture Trail features numerous works of art inspired by Filey's natural heritage and designed by local artist Russ Coleman. Take a sashay along the promenade and explore the interesting exhibits.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Filey
Filey is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom. For a stay here you will pay around £140.13 per night.Is Filey a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to discover Filey, we suggest planning your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 78% in the year 2019.How many holiday rentals are there in Filey?
Holidu offers around 250 properties in Filey from 8 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!