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Lower Solo
The Bay
Filey
North Yorkshire

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Brand new holiday village leading directly to a beautiful Blue Flag beach, from Bempton Cliffs to Filey Brigg. The perfect location for year round holidays, the elegant houses offer a high standard of contemporary style with pretty courtyards and natural areas between the properties.

Nearby Filey's award wining gardens, sea fishing trips, and traditional seaside charm draw visitors back year after year and Bridlington and Scarborough (both about 10 miles) offer a wide variety of family entertainment. A scenic drive over the moors leads to Robin Hood's Bay, whilst beyond lies Whitby, a traditional fishing town with a rich maritime heritage, craft and antique shops. All season attractions such as Eden Camp, Flamingo Land, Castle Howard and Burton Agnes Hall are all within easy reach as is 'The Deep' underwater experience at Hull. Forty miles away, York's myriad delights include the magnificent Minster and the Jorvik Viking Museum. Note: On site facilities include a public house.

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