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Scarborough 7.5 miles; Bridlington 11 miles.
Filey is a traditional English seaside resort, with a friendly atmosphere, offering a restful holiday. A fishing town on the North East Coast, Filey has enjoyed a reputation of being a seaside resort since Victorian times. The town is set affront the magnificent Filey Bay, a long stretch of beautiful sand with Filey Brigg to the North with its shallow rock pools. The town itself seems almost caught in a timewarp, retaining much of its character, with individual shops, narrow paths and ginnels. There is a small coble landing, a slipway where the local fishermen keep their boats, and delightful beach chalets that can be hired through the summer months. The bay is edged with two promenades and there are various gardens, where brass bands play on a Sunday afternoon. This small town is family orientated with pony rides on the beach, children’s play areas, crazy golf and candy floss! Nearby, Flamborough Head boasts high cliffs with exhilarating walks and Bempton Cliffs are a haven for bird lovers. A short drive brings you to the much busier town of Scarborough. Plenty to discover and explore in this lovely area.
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Filey 2 miles. An attractive end-terraced property situated in the pretty village of Muston, two miles from the popular seaside town of Filey. Renovated to a high standard, this Filey cottage featured on children’s TV programme Mr Bloom’s Nursery on CBeebies in February 2013, and provides warm and welcoming accommodation for family or friends. Offering a superb contemporary kitchen with Belfast sink and double oven, this Filey cottage also provides two bedrooms and a cosy sitting room with a homely woodburner. Outside this Filey cottage, there is a small sheltered courtyard with a snicket leading to a delightful lawned garden overlooking open paddocks – an ideal, peaceful spot to sit and relax. A local inn is within 2 minutes’ walk whilst a short drive brings you to the superb long beaches of Filey. This quaint, unspoilt seaside town offers a historic harbour, long promenades and a good selection of shops and tea rooms. Hire one of the colourful beach huts overlooking the sea or take a traditional pony ride along the wide expanse of sand. Just outside the town lies a country park with an animal sanctuary nearby whilst for walkers, Filey marks the start of the long distance coastal hike of the Cleveland Way. With easy access to Scarborough and the North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds, this Filey cottage is in an enviable location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with woodburner.
Electric night storage heaters with woodburner in sitting room. Electric range with double oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD, radio, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Small courtyard to rear with garden furniture, BBQ and snicket leading to lawned garden. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 2 miles, pub 2 mins walk. Beach 2 miles.
Previous visitors' comments about Sunnyside Cottage:
Very comfortable beds and it felt like home to the family.
Mrs Amoako, Nottingham, May 2013
It was very clean with plenty of towels.
Ms Barraclough, Ripley, April 2013
Had a thoroughly enjoyable stay in this comfortable cosy cottage which is situated in an ideal location for touring the East coast and North Yorkshire moors. Would recommend to all family and friends.
Miss Rundle, Castleford, February 2013
The property was comfortable, clean and warm. Adequate parking. Ideal location for local holiday centres and food stores. We will stay again without doubt.
Mr Barlow, Keighley, October 2012