Your questions answered about St Kitts Holiday Apartment in Filey

4th January 2020

St Kitts Holidays Apartment is perfect for a seaside holiday!

Yet we often get asked these questions … so if you have a read, you’ll find out answers to your queries.

How many does the apartment sleep?

Up to six guests in three bedrooms. There is a family bathroom and separate toilet. The apartment also includes a spacious dining kitchen, lounge diner and an enclosed rear yard. Strictly non-smoking throughout the apartment.

What time is check in and check out?

Arrivals from 3pm, checkout is by 10am at the latest.

Is your apartment easy to access?

Our apartment is on the ground floor. There is a forecourt to the front of the property and some steps into the property. Once inside the property, there is a large foyer area and the front door to our apartment is opposite the main entrance.

Do you accept one night stays?

No, our minimum stay is two nights at certain times of year, and a seven night minimum stay during the peak season. We are open all year.

Do you accept dogs?

Yes (one pooch per stay; a pooch tariff applies).

Are Bedding and Towels provided?


Is there free WiFi?


How far is the beach?

The beach is literally across the road from the apartment. Dogs are not permitted on the main beaches from May to September. There are plenty of seaside strolls nearby and two National Trails – the Cleveland Way and the Yorkshire Wolds Way – can be accessed in Filey.

Where do I park?

There is on-street parking opposite the apartment, subject to availability.

Where is the nearest pub or cafe?

There are restaurants and cafes just a few minutes’ walk along the seafront. There are a selection of pubs in the town centre, about ten minutes’ walk away.

Can I get there by public transport?

Filey is serviced by the main A1039 and A165 roads and has a number of bus routes and a bus station. There is also Filey Railway Station which has a train service to Hull.

What is there to do in Filey?

As well as one of the best beaches in the UK, there is Filey Evron Centre; Filey Animal & Bird Garden; crazy golf and putting greens; lots of fabulous walks; Filey Museum; lovely places to eat; and the town hosts Food Festivals in June, August and October each year.

And what is there to do outside of Filey?

You really are spoilt for choice! Scarborough is a few miles north and includes the Open Air Theatre, Alpamare, Scarborough Castle, the Sealife Sanctuary, the Rotunda, the Art Gallery, Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre, Peasholm Park and many more attractions.

You could also visit Whitby with its famous Abbey, Dracula Experience, Pannett Park, Captain Cook museum, the Whalebone Arch and lots more.

South of Filey there is Flamborough, Bempton, Bridlington and Hull.

If you fancied going inland you could visit Flamingoland, Castle Howard, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Dalby Forest, the historic city of York and much more.