A NON SMOKING ESTABLISHMENT

Proprietors
David & Susan Sephton

67 West Avenue
FILEY
North Yorkshire
YO14 9AX
Tel: 01723 515189
email: atholhouse@tiscali.co.uk

Athol House is Centrally located for all local amenities, we have 5 bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities. Four of them are doubles and one is a family room. All rooms have been decorated to a high standard, and are equipped with good quality furniture.

Each of our rooms is named after an English Queen;

  • Margaret - Double room

  • Anne - Double room

  • Victoria - Double room

  • Mary - Double room

  • Elizabeth - Family room

All our bedrooms have colour TV, hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities.We have an extensive menu for breakfast.

There is adequate parking nearby, as can be seen on the Map page


Filey is an unspoilt haven where families have returned year after year to enjoy and delight in all Filey has to offer.The fantastic 5 miles of golden sands provide a safe summer playground for children of all ages.The sands stretch from The Brigg towards the North over to Reighton and beyond to the South taking in Primrose Valley and Hunmanby Gap along the way.

Filey Bay is sheltered to the North by Filey Brigg which is a unique rock formation extending almost 1 mile into the sea. From here, visitors may see a wide variety of sea birds, explore the many rock pools or practise their skill with rod and line. From Carr Naze, above the Brigg, site of a Roman Signal Station, today's observers may enjoy views north to the former Spa town of Scarborough,or south towards Flamborough Head, which shelters the magnificent bay of Bridlington.

A VIEW OF FILEY

Filey Itself has many attractions ,within easy reach of the town centre you will find an 18 hole miniature golf course, pitch & putt, crazy golf, bowling greens, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, a small indoor heated pool and a boating lake which offers pedal boating or canoeing within the fabulous Glen Gardens Park.For the true golf enthusiast, there is a highly regarded 18 hole golf course with spectacular sea views and excellent club facilities. The more adventurous can even try windsurfing or sailing, and anglers can hire boats.

For the evenings there are excellent restaurants whether your choice is English ,Chinese or Italian.During the day you will find Quaint cafes or a choice of fish and chip shops throughout the town.


On the North Cliff Country Park you will find the impressive and imposing 12th Century Church of St Oswalds.There is plenty of open space here for games,walking, cycling or just taking in the spectacular views of Filey bay,The Brigg and the town itself.

There is an abundance of walks in the local area, ranging from a gentle stroll through the formal gardens to more rugged cliff routes.Keen birdwatchers can also expect to see various species in and around Filey or if you have an interest in seabirds a trip to the bird sanctuary at Bempton is recommended.


FILEY BRIGG

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