A modern 2-bedroomed beach house with everything you need to make your holiday a relaxing and enjoyable experience. Large discount on prices when booking stays of 7+ nights - please ask for a quote. Minimum 3 nights stay (sometimes 2, please ask).
Situated on Blue Anchor Road, a quiet cul-de-sac close to the village centre.
In the open plan living area there is a large sofa, armchair and two stools, dining table with 5 chairs, and a fully-equipped kitchen for self-catering.
Down the hall are the two bedrooms (one with a king-size bed and one with full-sized bunks and a trundle bed for the 5th guest if needed). There are 2 ensuite shower-rooms.
TV/DVD/CD players in both bedrooms and the lounge. Iiphone dock in the lounge, and DAB clock radio in the master bedroom. Games, jigsaws, DVDs, toys, books, buckets, spades, beach toys, swimming noodles, windbreak and more provided. Logs provided for winter breaks.
Free unlimited wifi.
Travel cot and high chair provided.
Outside, there is a drive for 2 cars, a private deck with table and seating for up to 8, and a great communal lawned area for playing games (provided) or relaxing in the sun.
The Beach House is situated on a award-winning holiday park on the Yorkshire coast, with access down to the beach. The Filey Bay is a great base for those who enjoy sports or outdoor activities - you will have free access to the large heated indoor pool, toddler pool, sauna/steam room and gym. There's also a small playground, football pitch and boules courts. Other activities are available on site for a small charge - archery, fencing, beauty treatments/massage, table tennis, tennis, putting green, aqua-aerobics and other pool activities. The site has a fishing lake, wild meadows and ponds for nature lovers. There is also a public house, italian cafe, and pharmacy.
From the Beach House, you can walk along the beach to Filey. You are also only a short drive from Bridlington, Flamborough, Bempton Cliffs, and Scarborough. Slightly further afield are Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, York and the North Yorks Moors.