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Filey - Image by Alasdair Elmes


In 2018 Filey won The Sunday Times ‘Beach of the Year’ and this came as no surprise to us. With its long stretch of golden sand and picturesque views, it’s the perfect place for friends and family to enjoy a seaside holiday. Close-by to the north, Filey Brigg has some impressive rock pools to explore, where you may even find the odd fossil or two and also marks the start/end of the Cleveland way trail. Quieter than our other coastal resorts, Filey is the perfect choice for those wanting to enjoy a break away from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

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Staithes Image by Beniamin Şinca


Clinging to the hillside, Staithes is an unmissable destination to explore. From the winding cobbled streets to the charming 18th century cottages, you’ll find this coastal village is full of character. Staithes was once one of the largest fishing ports in the North East, now this hillside gem is a treasured base for exploring Yorkshire’s cliff top paths and discovering the delights of rock pooling and fossil hunting on the small sandy beach.

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As Britan’s original seaside resort, Scarborough offers something for everyone with two picturesque beaches numerous exciting attractions and rich history that is just begging to be explored. The Victorian Central Tramway funicular train links the town centre with South Bay and its harbour. The Rotunda Museum explores local coastal geology. Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary’s marine displays and the Peasholm Park Japanese gardens are behind North Bay.

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Robin Hood's Bay


Robin Hood's Bay is a picturesque old fishing village on the Heritage Coast of the North York Moors. It is a fantastic place for adults and children alike with a beautiful family (and dog!) friendly sandy beach, as well as rock pools to explore and ancient fossils to discover.  Wandering through its narrow, twisting cobbled streets and alleyways, you can easily imagine the sailors and fishermen, smugglers and press gangs that walked these streets hundreds of years ago. Today it is a vibrant village, with a wide range of cafes, pubs, restaurantssmall shops and places to explore, as well as many stunning coastal and country walks, cycle-paths and bridleways right on the doorstep. 

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Packed with popular tourist destinations, independent shops and markets, and beautiful historic and natural attractions, Pickering is a bustling and vibrant market town set at the edge of the majestic North York Moors. 

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Runswick Bay Image by Lee Jeffs


Runswick Bay is one of the Yorkshire coasts prettiest destinations with its sweeping, sheltered bay and charming red roof cottages. The Sandy beach, which once provided anchorage for brightly coloured fishing boats, is now a family favourite for rock pooling, fossil hunting and coastal walks where you can admire the breath takingly stunning views.

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