Hot tub breaks in Filey will bring you to the gorgeous east Yorkshire coast which has been a popular seaside resort since the Victorian era. Whether you’re on a romantic getaway or on holiday with family and friends you can look forward to relaxing in your own hot tub, luxuriating in the bubbles under a starlit sky and escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The five mile long golden sandy beach is a real draw with pony rides and sailing lessons to try. If you prefer, the historic promenade runs along its length and boasts lovely views of Filey Brigg, a long narrow peninsula with steep cliffs sheering 20 metres high out of the North Sea. Now owned by the National Trust it is perfect for a bracing walk and also a haven for fossil hunters, bird and marine life spotters. On the top is a stone sculpture which marks the end of two national walking trails, the Cleveland Way and the Yorkshire Wolds Way.
Filey itself is very relaxed and seems to have escaped the rigours of modern day life with award winning gardens and an elegant crescent. There are some lovely individual shops as well as tempting cafes and pubs to sample the local food and drink. The town also has more than its fair share of history including the remains of a Roman Signal Station and to learn more about the fishing heritage of the area head to Filey Museum which is housed in a 17th century fishing and farm cottage.
Another great spot to do some birdwatching is the Filey Dams Nature Reserve with two hides and families will enjoy the Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park where the wildlife is easier to spot.
Cottages with hot tubs in Filey are very popular, sandwiched between the North York Moors National Park to the north and Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast to the south it’s hardly surprising, make sure you book yours today.