Abbot's Leigh Guest House, FileyThe guest house is a private household, the owner of which rents it out (for rent) in whole or by room. Often the owner himself and his family live in the same household, but on a separate floor or in a separate part of the household. Providing certain services, the owner of the guest house acts at his own discretion, but is controlled free bonus no deposit by many government agencies, which also control hotels. This has it's bad and the good aspects.
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Abbots Leigh is a four star silver award bed and breakfast, situated in a pleasant Victorian Terrace in the heart of Filey, close to the beach and gardens and all the town centre amenities, only a few minutes walk from the bus and rail station. Go to our website and get ranking kasyn online. Hurry up to go and start winning. Due to our location we can offer secure off street parking for motorbikes and cycles. Are you into playing games? Go to the jugar bingo. There is the best offer for you!
All rooms offer en-suite facilities and include:
- A deluxe super-king/twin,
- A superior superking double.
- A Ground floor double.
- 2 further doubles.
- 1 flexable family room (sleeps 3)
- All rooms have free WI-FI access.
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Our aim is to make your stay a pleasant and an enjoyable one, offering comfortable accommodation and a high standard of service to make you feel relaxed and at home.
Guest House in Filey
Filey is renowned for its miles of glorious sandy beaches stretching from Filey Brigg to the RSPB bird sanctuary at Bempton Cliffs to the south, the beach is ideal for building sand castles or for the more artistic, sand sculptures. Or dig out your kites and let them fly.
Filey is fast becoming known for its live music scene with the annual folk festival going from strength to strength and the likelihood of live music being played at one of many venues in the town throughout most weekends during the year.
You will find Fishing, Sailing (learn to sail), Tennis, Bowling and Golf all close by. Or bring your boots and walk the walks.
For those dining out there are various places to eat including pubs, restaurants, bistros and hotels plus a choice of traditional fish and chips.