COVID-19 UPDATE We have increased our cleaning regimes and now offer a full 24 hour break between bookings. We are monitoring the Government guidance and applying all suggested safety measures to ensure you enjoy your holiday in a safe and responsible way. We have rebooked those who had to cancel due to lockdown and given full refunds to anyone who has been unable to rebook. No vouchers, no roll overs. We hope you are all safe and well and looking forward to your time by the coast or in the hills. Have fun. All at Update.
COVID-19 UPDATEWe have increased our cleaning regimes and now offer a full 24 hour break between bookings.We are monitoring the Government guidance and applying all suggested safety measures to ensureyou enjoy your holiday in a safe and responsible way.We have rebooked those who had to cancel due to lockdown and given full refunds to anyone who has been unable to rebook. No vouchers, no roll overs. We hope you are all safe and well and looking forward to your time by the coast or in the hills.Have fun. All at Update.

Places to see and things to do

Things to do in Filey and Surrounds

Check out the Yorkshire East Coast website and websites for Filey Scarborough etc

January

Check out Stephen Joseph Theatre, www.sjtco.uk

Try a bite at Tide Line Restaurant on the North Bay or

Browse the David Duggleby’s sale room Scarborough.

February
Scarborough Jazz Festival.

March
Gardens in the RHS Yellow Book. All private all worth visiting.

April
Art Galleries and Exhibitions Craft Courses with Felter Lindsey Tyson.

May
Vintage Car Museum at Thornton Le Dale.

Tour de Yorkshire cycling.

June
Filey Fishing Festival. Filey Festival. Filey Food Festival (2)

July
Staxtonbury Music Festival at Manor Farm, Staxton.

Scarborough Showcases mainly local talent from the Yorkshire region.

Loads of activities for all the family including, children’s entertainers, arts & Sailing Regatta Filey. Filey Lifeboat Weekend

Seashore Walk Filey Country Park.

Join our volunteers on a walk to Filey Brigg to look at seashore life, rocks and fossils. Examine them closely with our field microscope.

Aug
Muston Scarecrow Festival Visitors to the festival can expect to see over 100 scarecrows on display all over the village of Muston. During the festival, the village is literally taken over by scarecrows of a variety of shapes & sizes, colours & themes; you just never know where you might find one
peering at you! 

Donkey Derby.

Yorkshire Day – Ow’t fo N’owt Day at Filey Beach.
To celebrate Yorkshire Day. Find out about Yorkshire’s Victorian National Seaweed expert and her
visits to Filey. Peer at Yorkshire Sea creatures through our microscope. Find out how to eat from the sea for free and take advantage of our free event in the best Yorkshire tradition of ‘spending now’t’. Sealife on the Seafront at Filey Beach RSPB event. Weatherpermitting there will be samples of living plankton and seashore life availablefor looking at under the microscope.

September

Scarborough Golf Week. A week of events at Scarborough, Whitby etc. (Book early to get best tee times)

October

Goth Festival at Whitby

November

December

Christmas and New Year Events.

 

           



           


 

 

 

What to do?

All of our properties are close to fabulous beaches or woodland walks, so pack up a picnic and enjoy the wonderful British summer countryside. Bath in nature...............

 

Have you seen?

www.lindaslambs.co.uk

www.dunstarnfarm.co.uk

For all rentals please contact May Rhodes on

mayrhodes-update@outlook.com or 07474449190 or Linda Burrows

07801651783 at pinkceb@aol.com. Dunstarn Cottage is also available through Air B and B.

 

Over the past couple of years we have hosted a walking theatre performance and two summer outdoor theatre events, as well as assisted Cinematography students to make a film for Leeds University..........if you have a project in mind, we'd be pleased to discuss things.........

 

Currently we host regular gun dog training courses through Kirkbourne Spaniels.........

 

Last updated 18th Aug 2020

Web photos courtesy Linda Burrows

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