St Kitts Holiday Apartment in Filey, North Yorkshire is a beautiful ground-floor seaside staycation self-catering venue just seconds from Filey Bay.
Where is St Kitts Holiday Apartment, Filey?
Our six-berth ground-floor holiday apartment is located at number 2, The Beach in this quaint seaside resort on the Yorkshire Coast.
Once a thriving fishing town, Filey includes stunning beaches, the gorgeous Esplanade, ice cream shops, and fish and chip restaurants.
There are lots of places to enjoy cake and a cup of refreshing tea!
The town centre is just a ten-minute walk away.
Filey has lots of history as it was a popular Victorian and Edwardian holiday spot.
What Does Your Holiday Apartment Include?
Our holiday apartment includes three bedrooms (a double; a twin and room with bunk beds), a family bathroom, a separate WC, a spacious well-appointed kitchen diner and a lounge diner with panoramic sea views.
Do You Allow Pets?
We allow one dog per let, and a pooch tariff applies.
The main beach has a dog ban in place from May to September each year although there are plenty of walks along the seafront and in the parks and gardens nearby.
Is Your Property Non-Smoking?
Yes, it is a non-smoking apartment.
Does Your Apartment Have an Outdoor Area?
There is a rear patio area which is enclosed.
Filey’s Glen Gardens are just moments away from the apartment.
These have a traditional band stand, rose gardens, sculptures and more.
There is also a paddling pool and a children’s play park at the south edge of the town.
How Far is the Beach from St Kitts?
The beach is literally across the road!
There are steps further up the Esplanade so you have access to the sands.
What is There to Do in Filey?
Filey is a traditional seaside resort with goldens sands and ice creams galore.
Filey also has The Brigg, which is a well-known landmark which is also known to have lots of fossils!
The Brigg is worth exploring however you MUST know the tides as The Brigg gets cut off very quickly.
Filey also includes the Coble Landing with the Lifeboat House, cafes, fish and chip
The main town includes lots of independent shops, restaurants and a handful of pubs.
Filey’s history is celebrated in Filey Museum.
Two National Trails include Filey: the Yorkshire Wolds Way and the Cleveland Way.
The town is also fast becoming known as a place where you can buy great food.
Filey Food Festival takes place four times a year in the Evron Centre and in the Glen Gardens.
There are lots of shorter walks, a putting green, crazy golf, amusements, and you can also get to Filey by train, bus or car.
What’s Provided in the Holiday Apartment?
We provide bedding and towels for the guests who are part of your booking.
There is crockery and cutlery for six guests.
The kitchen includes toaster, kettle, fridge, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, dining table and chairs, cooker with hob and oven, cupboard space, iron and ironing board.
The family bathroom includes shower, toilet and washbasin and there is a separate WC too.
Is Filey Good for Couples?
Filey is perfect for couples who like a quieter pace of life.
If you love watching the sunrise over the sea, enjoy long coastal walks, and a traditional seaside getaway, Filey ticks all the boxes.
Is Filey Good for Families?
Filey’s appeal to families particularly in the summer season is well known.
The ‘bucket and spade’ beaches, play parks, paddling pool, crazy golf, ice cream parlours and fossil hunting appeals to children of all ages.
Is Filey Open in the Winter?
While some businesses stay open summertime, many of them remain open all year round, including restaurants, shops and cafes.
Filey in the autumn and winter is a great place to visit due to the fresh sea air and the famous Filey Christmas Tree, which is made from local lobster and crab pots.
Nearby Scarborough also has year-round attractions including the Stephen Joseph Theatre, the SeaLife Sanctuary, Peasholm Park, Alpamare, Scarborough Art Gallery, The Rotunda and other venues.
What Is Filey Famous For?
Filey is famous for …
Its award-winning beaches
Its fishing history
Its connections to Charlotte Bronte, author of Jane Eyre
Its fossil rich coastline
Top Attractions in Filey
Filey Bird and Animal Garden
St Oswald’s Church (parts of it are nearly 900 years old)
Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery (one for the grown-ups)
Filey Dams Nature Reserve
Filey Food Festival (selected dates)