Filey Beach

Filey Beach is located in the next main town South of Scarborough. It’s a much quieter option than the bustling North Bay and South Bay in Scarborough but still with plenty going on to keep everyone entertained.

Filey Beach
Filey Beach

About Filey Beach

Filey Beach spans around 3 miles of coastline, with plenty of space to exercise the dog or for the children to play. In the Summer months, you shouldn’t find it hard to grab a spot to sunbathe.

The promenade is a great place to enjoy some Fish & Chips whilst taking in the scenery.

Filey Beach Location

Filey Beach is located within a 10 minute walk of Filey town centre, so it’s accessible for all.

Use the following location for navigating to Filey Beach: Royal Parade, Filey, YO14 9JY

Getting to Filey Beach

There’s multiple ways to get to Filey Beach, with the town accessible from the likes of Scarborough and Bridlington.

On foot

If you want to visit Filey on foot, you can walk from the town centre which should take around 10 minutes, or if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can follow the Cleveland Way trail from Scarborough, which is around 8 miles. There is a regular bus service so you can return to Scarborough without having to make the return trip on foot.

By car

You can access Filey Beach easily by car, with plenty of parking (pay and display) available close to the beach. The following car parks are within walking distance of Filey Beach:

  • Station Avenue Car Park
  • Country Park Car Park
  • Coble Landing Car Park
  • West Avenue Car Park

Travelling to Filey is easy via the A165 via Scarborough and Bridlington.

By bus

You can visit Filey on the East Yorkshire bus service which runs between Scarborough and Bridlington daily. There’s multiple stops on the way including Reighton, Primrose Valley, Eastfield, Osgodby and Cayton so you can combine your visit to Filey Beach with a trip from one of Yorkshire’s other beaches.

By Train

Filey train station is located in the town centre, which is around a 10 minute walk from Filey Beach. You can visit Filey by direct train from Scarborough, Hull and Bridlington.

Facilities at Filey Beach

There’s plenty of amenities in and around Filey Beach, so you’ll always be close to the local shops and facilities.

Toilets: The nearest toilets to Filey Beach are located just by the Victorian Drinking Fountain just off The Beach Road. There’s another set of public toilets located just by Coble Landing where Filey lifeboat station is.

Deckchairs: Just near Filey lifeboat station, you can rent sun loungers.

Washing facilities: Although there are no public showers, you can make use of the toilet facilities to wash off the sand.

Cafe’s/Restaurants: There’s a wide range of cafes and restaurants located close to Filey Beach, including a Fish & Chip restaurant by the Coble Landing.

Shops: There’s plenty of shops in Filey town centre including convenience stores and gift shops. There’s also a gift shop located at Coble Landing.

Are dogs allowed at Filey Beach?

Dogs are permitted on Filey beach, but not between The Bay and Coble Landing (the populated area of the beach). This restriction is only in place between 1st May – 30th September.

What is there to do at Filey Beach

With plenty to do with the kids, including an outdoor pool and foot golf, there’s also plenty for the adults to do, including wander round both Crescent Gardens and Glen Gardens and visit Filey Museum.

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