Honeypot Inn

Flamborough Road, Speeton, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9TA

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Pub on site

Why stay here ...

Our CL offers splendid views across open countryside and is situated on a pub site so you have the convenience of the bar and restaurant nearby. We have many tourist attractions nearby such as:-

The quaint seaside resort of Filey is positioned on the Yorkshire coast and is the perfect place for a peaceful and relaxing holiday. Bursting with all the appeal of a traditional Edwardian coastal town, Filey offers olde worlde charm. To complement the town's natural heritage there are many award winning gardens to stroll through. There is a 5 mile stretch of clean, sandy, award winning beach with many nature trails around the town or across the magnificent Filey Brigg a haven for a variety of birds and wildlife. Surfing, fishing, yachting, golf, walking and bird watching are just a few of the activities that can be enjoyed here.

Other things to do around the area include:-

Sewerby Hall (located just 6 miles away) a Grade I listed country house set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a dramatic cliff top location. Flamborough Head (6.5m away) stands 400 feet high with spectacular areas of chalk cliffs and has one of the largest sites of nesting birds in England. Just 4 miles north of Flamborough Head is Bempton Cliffs RSPB reserve which has a visitors' centre and is a family favourite with more than 200,000 birds (from April to August) which makes the cliffs seem alive with adults bringing food to their nests or young chicks making their first faltering flights. Please check with the RSPB before visiting as some redevelopment work is taking place to improve things but public footpaths will remain accessible.

Scarborough - the popular seaside resort of Scarborough is also within easy reach and boasts beautiful beaches, including the safe, sandy North Bay, perfect for families. For those interested in fossil hunting, a visit to the chalk cliffs at Danes Dyke is a must.

Please note that we now have showers and toilets available on site. There is a  park and ride service at Bridlington and Filey into the town centres.

For more information please visit our Facebook page or view this Video.

Robert looks forward to welcoming you to his CL.

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Disabled facilities*
  • Information room
  • Pub
  • Restaurant
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

0.6 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
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Lat 54.15463 / Lon -0.245871
OS field ref:
TA141746
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Transport links

  • Nearest train station: Bempton
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Reci visit for use on our next visit to the area

We liked the look of this site on line but were concerned about some of the reviews so decided to stay elseware this time but do a reci for next time. Sadly the bad points on the previous reviews have not been rectified, there were overflowing bins by the gate that looked as if they had been like that for days. The gate was damaged and rotting and looked as if it wouldn't close even if someone wanted to. The grass was only mowed in a small area on each pitch with the rest of the site uncut making the site look untidy and meaning you would need wellies if it rains. The long grass was surprising as outside the pub was a ride on mower that was used to keep the grass in front of the pub cut. The view across the fields was good but 3 of the pitches were on the road side so as close to the traffic as possible, I would have wanted to be as far away from the road as I could. Overall the site looked as if they couldn't care anymore but would take the money anyway. Needless to say I will not be staying on this site and would recommend a visit by the Club inspector.

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First Impressions

Arrived at the Honey pot inn cl site for the first time having read the reviews. Went to book in and pay for our stay and was a bit confused about the price thought it was £15 per night turned out to be £18 per night but it says in the caravan and motorhome site that its pitch + occupants for £15 we was directed to the facilities behind the pub for grey waste and Elsan point fresh water actually on the field/site. We went and set up the caravan were we found a pitch available and settled in we found it to be quite noisy with the road close but it went quieter towards dusk. We also feel that there should be more signage for the cl site there was a sign on the gate to the field but the gate was open all the time hence there was no security as such. the gate was left open all the 6 days we was there. There was people coming and driving in and out looking all the time we were there it could have been anyone and our possession's were not protected. No one came round and asked us if everything was ok at any point during our stay. Speaking to others who was staying at the same time as us also said they thought it was £15 per night and was surprised to be charged £18 instead. The views were beautiful but the facilities leave a lot to be desired the toilets and showers to me needed a good clean I felt I needed to clean them properly they didn't look like anyone had done anything to them for quite a while. All in all we wouldn't stay at this cl site again unless quite a lot was done to bring this site up to scratch.
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Does what it says on the tin.

We (that's she who must be obeyed and our two mini dax and myself) visited the site on Friday 10th Aug for two nights. We were warmly welcomed and given a reasonable set of verbal instructions regarding parking and facilities. We never used the showers as we had one in the MH and access to water so I cant really comment on them. The hospitality is fantastic and they really cant do enough for you, the pub has an excellent range of beers and lager, if you eat you certainly wont feel hungry afterwards the portions are massive. The pub is pet friendly and when it was quiet on the Friday we went across for a quick pint and a look at the menu. It was very busy from lunch time onwards on the Saturday and rather than sit in the pub we decided to enjoy the sunshine next to the MH. The staff let use take our plastic jug and fill it up with amber nectar and even plated up to meals to be collected and eaten in the evening sunshine. The little church in Sneeton is worth a visit as are the cliffs if you fancy a walk along the coast. I did note that some complained about the noise of the road, we never really heard it, and it certainly didn't disturb our sleep All in all a very relaxing weekend. Thank you all at the Honey Pot Inn.

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Lovely CL but could be better

We recently spent four days at this CL and found it to be fine. The food in the pub is lovely home cooking and big portions if you like Liver with Onions then you wont beat it,I'm biased because I love it. As other people have said the toilets/showers let it down only because they need a little bit of TLC and attention to detail. (Regular emptying of paper towels etc from bins) The showers are good at £1 for six minutes found this was plenty of time. Would like to see better signage for the CL facilities people were asking us where things were. Theres no doubt this is a family affair we saw Connor cutting the grass and other family members busy in the pub. The adjacent road can get busy at times but its generally only during daylight hours. This is a lovely CL but with a little bit of TLC could be a great CL.

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Brilliant CL site

We stayed for 3 nights. The site is well kept and easy access to Filey Bridlington and Flamborough head. Site owners are super friendly, and the Honey pot Inn pub is so lovely. The food is amazing!! We recommend the beef Sunday lunch 👍🏻 And the curries are better than any curry house one I’ve had. We ran out of coffee in our van and the lovely landlady provided us with some too. I guess the little touches do make a difference.😊 I think the other reviews on the site toilets and shower is unfair. Obviously there isn’t a lady spraying channel perfume on entry but it’s clean enough wth soap provided and paper towels. You have to pay £1 for the shower, you get 6 mins which was fine. The shower had good pressure too. We would definitely stay here again.

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