Mariners Beach House is a beautifully furnished contemporary New England-style beach house on an award-winning holiday village near Filey. If you want to be near the beach, then Mariners Beach House is perfect, as its the beach house that is the closest to the beach path. As a guest, you have free use of the swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym on site. Dogs are welcome too - one large dog or two small dogs, for a small additional fee (please ask). Mariners Beach House is ideal for couples, or families with children, as the second bedroom has the option to be made up as a king-size or twin bedded room. Mariners is kitted out with everything to make your stay comfortable, including wi-fi, log burning fire, TVs in the lounge and bedrooms, and modern fitted kitchen and shower rooms. If you want to be nearer the beach, then Mariners Beach House is perfect, as its the closest beach house to the beach path. It is away from roads, and close to the new childrens' play area, so its safe for your children to go outside and play whilst you watch from the decked area. Mariners Beach House is situated on the Bay development, an award-winning holiday park on the Yorkshire coast, with private access down to the beach. The Bay is a great base for those who enjoy sports or outdoor activities. As a guest, you have free use of the swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym on site. There's a new playground, football pitch and boules courts. Other activities are available on site for a small charge - archery, fencing, beauty treatments/massage, table tennis, tennis, putting green, aqua-aerobics and other pool activities. The site has a fishing lake, wild meadows and ponds for nature lovers. The Bay also offer bikes for hire, and other seasonal activities (e.g. lake kayaking). On site there is also a public house, italian cafe (seasonal), and pharmacy. From the Bay, you can walk along the beach to Filey. You are also only a short drive from Bridlington, Flamborough, Bempton Cliffs, and Scarborough. Slightly further afield are Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay, York and the North Yorks Moors.