It’s the perfect place to take a walk, fly a kite, build a sandcastle, snooze in a deckchair, or maybe do a spot of birdwatching – Filey Brigg, a peninsula at the northern end of the town. Early spring may find you face to face with a snoozing seal on the beach, and in summer porpoise sightings are regular. Then why not follow it up with a trip to the much-loved Coble Landing, a slipway with a picturesque jumble of boats and kiosks, for a cuppa and a bacon buttie?

The town, too, is full of gentle pleasures, with its Edwardian architecture, quirky shops and intriguing museum. And – it’s official! – Filey boasts the second best B&B in the entire world: TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2014.

With its glorious sweep of soft, golden sand, Filey beach is one of the best in the country for families – it’s so huge that, no matter how busy it gets, it’s never crowded.

Am visiting The Bay holiday village which is dog friendly, is the beach dog friendly as well?

English composer Frederick Delius stayed as a boy on the Crescent with his family at Miss Hurd's boarding house (number 24) in 1876 and 1877, and then at Mrs Colley's (number 24) in 1897.

In July 2007 Filey was hit by flash floods which caused major problems.[5][6]

Filey will again be host to the infamous Food and Drink Festival! Located near the Yorkshire Moors, you can expect local farmers markets, mouth-watering hog roasts, locally produced honey and plenty o ...

Filey was historically split between the North Riding of Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire, with the boundary running along Filey Beck. When County Councils were formed by the Local Government Act 1888, the whole of Filey was placed in the East Riding.[10]

Sitting at the Eastern End of the famous Cleveland Way, North Yorkshires Filey is brimming with everything that makes other Yorkshire towns great plus it’s got a beach. While perhaps not as well known as other East Coast destinations such as Whitby and Scarborough this should not deter tourists as it simply means it lacks […]

The 12th century parish church dedicated to St Oswald, on Church Hill in the north of the town, is a Grade I listed building.[7] It is the oldest building in Filey[citation needed] and Nicholas Pevsner wrote "This is easily the finest church in the NE corner of the East Riding" (Buildings of England).[8]

Filey has a railway station on the Yorkshire Coast Line. A second station at Filey Holiday Camp railway station to the south of the town served the former Butlins holiday camp. The camp has been re-developed into a 600-home holiday housing development, The Bay Filey.[3] It is one of the largest coastal developments of this kind in the UK and the first homes were completed in 2007.[4]

Filey is a small town and civil parish in North Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the East Riding of Yorkshire, it is part of the borough of Scarborough between Scarborough and Bridlington on the North Sea coast. Although it was a fishing village, it has a large beach and became a popular tourist resort. According to the 2011 UK census, Filey parish had a population of 6,981,[1] an increase on the 2001 UK census figure of 6,819.[2]

Filey was a small village until the 18th century when visitors from Scarborough arrived seeking the peace and quiet that Filey then offered. In 1835 a Birmingham solicitor called John Wilkes Unett bought 7 acres (28,000 m2) of land and built the Crescent, later known as the Royal Crescent, which was opened in the 1850s.

Filey was in the Ryedale constituency until the 2010 general election when it became part of the newly formed Thirsk and Malton constituency.

This traditional seaside resort, with its sandy beach, historic promenade, fantastic fish and chips and gentle pace of life, is the perfect place to visit for a relaxing and nostalgic day out.

I am wondering if the steps to the beach are steep and whether the hill to the town is long and steep as I really like the destination, being beautiful and ideal as it has a railway station, however, I may well not be able to manage my way around with my stick if I came for a week.Also wondering which parts of the beach are dog friendly? can anyone recommendany other railwaynearby seasidey place which is unspoilt or wild taht may offer an alternative if you think this would be a struggle.

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For more than 40 years Butlin's Filey Holiday Camp was a major factor in Filey's economy. Building began in 1939 and continued during the Second World War when it became an air force station known as RAF Hunmanby Moor. In 1945 it became a popular holiday resort with its own railway station and by the late 1950s could cater for 10,000 holiday makers. It closed in 1984, causing a decrease in the holiday makers visiting Filey.[9]

This traditional seaside resort, with its sandy beach, historic promenade, fantastic fish and chips and gentle pace of life, is the perfect place to visit for a relaxing and nostalgic day out.

The Great Yorkshire Bike Ride is an annual 70 miles sponsored charity cycle ride from Wetherby  to Filey. This ride takes in some of Yorkshire best countryside through the Howardian Hills and the Yorkshire Wolds to the coast. Every year 2,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities take on the challenge of this great Yorkshire […]

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Chair : Jeannie Williams The Lawns, Rutland Street, Filey Tel: 07931978609 (Business Hours) Vice Chair : Sam Galloway Athol House, 67 West Avenue, Filey Tel: 01723 515189 is delighted to see Filey looking resplendent with its new bunting and is proud to be the Match Funding Sponsor of this initiative. Funds matched came from the Filey Tourism Association, Filey Traders Association, and the good people at Bronte’s Vinery. Tizzy from Northern Clothing spearheaded the whole project, and without him, we would […]

The Sunday Band Concerts have proved so popular that Filey Town Council has announced 12 for this year up from 10 in previous years. As usual the concerts will take place in the Bandstand, Crescent Gardens between 2pm and 4pm. (St. John’s Church, West Avenue if the weather misbehaves!) 2016 PROGRAMME 3rd July Swinton & […]

Filey is at the eastern end of the Cleveland Way, a long-distance footpath; it starts at Helmsley and skirts the North York Moors. It was the second National Trail to be opened (1969). The town is at the northern end of the Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail which starts at Hessle and crosses the Yorkshire Wolds. Filey is the finishing point for Great Yorkshire Bike Ride. The 70-mile (110 km) ride begins at Wetherby Racecourse.

Hi I was just wondering if the donkey rides are on all the time? And the bouncy castle? And also how much they charge? Also are there any eating places at the beach? Saw someone said donuts in a review? Thanks

In 1931 the spire of a church was damaged by the Dogger Bank earthquake.