The Robins

What to Expect

This spacious Victorian end-terrace property is situated in a quiet street, close to the centre of the coastal town of Filey.

The tasteful décor suites the discerning holidaymaker with the hub of where it’s all happening is a high-end holiday home is perfect for enjoying a traditional family holiday by the seaside in this timeless resort.

The well-equipped, spacious kitchen in this Filey cottage has a dining area where everyone can enjoy family time, whilst upstairs, there are three comfortable bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room. For youngsters, there is an additional snug/playroom with a variety of games, a PS2 and French doors accessing the courtyard, meaning there’s plenty of room to spread out.

At A Glance

Quiet location
End terrace
Kiddies’ play area
Alfresco dining
Beach 15min walk


On-road parking
Pub & shops 2mins
Washing machine
Essentials’ hamper

About The Robins

This perfectly presented Victorian end-terrace in the seaside town of Filey sleeps six in its three bedrooms – a double with en-suite shower, a second double with a basin, and a twin. The bathroom has a shower over the tub and on the ground floor there is a guest toilet and basin.

A coal-effect gas fire is set in the original fireplace in the bay-windowed sitting room that has an activity section, complete with desk, for little guests. The eat-in kitchen is spacious and has a dishwasher and washing machine.

There is unrestricted roadside parking outside, seating to the front and an enclosed rear courtyard equipped for alfresco dining.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Filey

You are only a 15-minute stroll to a Blue Flag beach that makes up five miles of pristine North Yorkshire coastline, so impressive it scooped the Sunday Times newspaper’s Britain’s Best Beach award in 2018. There is plenty of space for endless hours of sun, sea and sand. For families with toddlers, Filey Brigg a mile north down the way has plenty of sea life and rock pools, ideal for paddling. Before setting of for a day of fun and frolics you could treat everyone to a quality full English at the Bronte Vinery on Bella Vue Street. This former orangery is attached to Cliff House where Charlotte Bronte stayed on her visits to Filey. It is family friendly and although paws are not permitted inside it there is an outdoor heated space under the 200-year-old grape vine.

To really discover Filey’s charms you can download the Filey Mystery Treasure Trail map and clues. It should take about two hours to crack the case and it all begins at the pretty Glen and Crescent gardens and will take you through churchyards and to corners so tucked away you would never have found them on your own. This is a great family activity, and you could end the day with a picnic on the promenade park which has an old-fashioned bandstand and life-size sculptures by local artists.

A mile from the town centre on the Scarborough Road there is a charming animal park that is more than just a zoo. Beyond the alpaca areas and Kune Kune pig enclosures there is a secret door leading off the formal gardens. Hostas and ferns flourish in the shade of pine trees, a small stream babbles and from decking you can look out for the barn owl and look up as the energetic chipmunks scurry in a myriad of tunnels above your head.

Last Word

It is not easy for large parties to find high-end holiday accommodation, especially right beside the sea. The Robins not only provides oodles of space, the interior has been beautifully decorated and has all the modern conveniences to make for a hassle-free holiday. The open plan area includes an equipped children’s play zone so that the space can be enjoyed by everyone irrespective of age.

Filey is a popular seaside destination and it is not difficult to see why. In keeping with its roots, the town has a promenade that hints at its history, complete with bandstand, where over the weekends visitors can be treated to live performances of the local brass band.

This is where you can spend countless days just exploring the coastline which is going to keep everyone active and happy. The birdlife in this part of the country is unsurpassed and this is the ideal opportunity to instil a love of wildlife with the younger set. For a holiday that has something for everyone this delightful Victorian seaside destination is where you should be headed.
The Robins
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