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Price and Availability Index in Filey
Holiday Letting Price Information in Filey
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Filey. Filey is most expensive in July (27/07 - 03/08), when prices are on average £127 a night. Filey is cheaper during one week in March (16/03 - 23/03), when prices are on average £59 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Filey
Check how busy Filey is with our availability graph. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Filey is in December (22/12 - 29/12). People tend to travel to Filey least during a week in October (12/10 - 19/10) when only 13% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Filey
Above are the weather conditions for Filey. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Filey in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Find your perfect British holiday cottage in fantastic Filey
This remarkable and ancient part of Britain's coast is marked by rugged chalk cliffs, purple flowering heather moorland, historic lighthouses and natural habitats for a wealth of flora and fauna. Enjoy the immense variety on display along the Yorkshire coast, and uncover Filey's deep well of history.
How to get to Filey: arrive by car to Filey in North Yorkshire
Nestled on the western coast of North Yorkshire is the charming seaside resort of Filey. There are no international airports in the immediate vicinity, but Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airport can all be reached in just 90 minutes by car. If arriving by road from York, you take the A64, and for those coming from the Midlands or the south of England, the M62 and the A165 is the easiest way to reach your holiday letting in Filey. Parking isn't abundant since Filey is a cliff-side town, but you shouldn't have too much trouble finding a spot within easy walking distance of the attractions. There is also a direct rail service in operation from both Hull and Scarborough.
What to see and do in Filey: discover the delights of Flamborough Head
The primary attraction of the charming seaside town is its beach. The beach spans several kilometres along the coast, and visitors are charmed by its quaint qualities; it's popular with kite-flyers and bird watchers. A popular and unusual feature of the beach is Filey Brigg. It's a small peninsula, stretching 1,600 metres into the sea. It's only accessible at low tide and is the ideal spot for fishing or hunting for fossils.
The Filey Museum delightfully curates the areas local history in a beautiful 12th-century building. It has exhibitions dedicated to several areas of local life including newspapers, the sea, and photography. It's reasonably priced and open every day in the summer months.
If you're a lover of animals or are visiting a letting home in Filey with the kids, then the Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park is well worth a visit. They stock an eclectic range of animals from goats to Ouessants, which are the smallest breed of sheep in the world. Don't forget to have a little chat with the parrots before you leave.
Flamborough Head is one of the region's natural wonders, and shouldn't be missed on a visit to Filey. The chalk headland stretches 13 kilometres down the eastern coast and has been registered on the National Heritage List for several years. The area is not only home to the oldest lighthouse in England, but also several species of birds including northern gannets and Atlantic puffins.
What to see with the kids: get Jurassic with the children
Filey is an all-round family-friendly, destination and even the pubs and restaurants welcome families. If you're looking for an indoor activity then the nearby Playdale Farm Park is located just 5km from your holiday letting in Filey; the indoor play area is perfect come rain or shine. For kids with an interest in dinosaurs then the Rotunda Museum is the ideal choice. It boasts a collection of interactive exhibits and you can even go fossil hunting for your very own bit of Jurassic history, the perfect souvenir from your stay in your holiday letting in Filey.
Where to explore when staying in Filey: sample tea in nearby Harrogate
Filey is located in the county of North Yorkshire, an area famed for its beauty, meaning there is no end of places to explore from the comfort of your Filey holiday letting . For outdoor lovers, the North York Moors won't disappoint. The diverse landscape includes cliffs, beaches, woodland and open fields. The park is best reached by car, however, there is a heritage railway that runs to the North York Moors from nearby Whitby in the summer months.
The pretty town of Harrogate, famous for its tea, is around a 90-minute drive, depending on where in Filey your holiday home is located. This stunning Victorian spa town is brimming with shops, restaurants and gardens. Of course, no visit here would be complete without stopping off at Betty's Tearooms.
If you want to stay by the sea but are seeking a change of scenery, then Bridlington is just 20 minutes away from Filey and its holiday homes. The town a little more lively than Filey and makes the perfect day trip for rides, arcades and fish and chips.
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