DAY1: EXPLORE ICONIC LANDMARKS
Strike out North to the long, narrow peninsula named Filey Brigg. Twenty-meter-high cliffs steeped in history and a striking cliff face have a dramatic beauty that is teaming with wildlife. If the sea is calm, walk out to Briggs end, water surrounds it on three sides, paving the way for some incredible views across to Scarborough on clear days.
Recommended lunch spot:
Unique venue: Antiques & Home
Perfect for a light lunch with homemade cakes and browsing the treasure trove of antiques on show.
A walk or cycle along the promenade to see the 12ft high steel sculpture of a fisherman which stands on Filey’s Coble Landing is well worth it.
Entitled ‘A High Tide In Short Wellies’ is another Ray Lonsdale creation (see also Freddie Gilmore on the Scarborough Route). It’s beautiful to visit at sunrise and see the light bounce against the steel.
Recommended dining spot:
Country Fayre: The White Lodge Hotel
Recommended place to stay:
Hotel with sea views: The White Lodge Hotel
Rest at The White Lodge Hotel and enjoy luxury lodgings and fantastic food with unbeatable views across the bay.