Filey, hmm, Simon?
I'm at Scarborough next weekend for the "Pi**ed as a Newt" Rally. I always nip into Filey when I'm in that area because, by coincidence, there's a shop there whose proprietor shares my surname, which is emblazoned on the picture postcards on sale. So, naturally, I send them to my friends (all four of them).
The rally organisers, Team Sober MCC, think I'm nuts because I make the entire West-to-East Coast journey without using the M62 or any other motorway. Furthermore, I go out of my way to ride up Sutton Bank on the A170, which - according to SABRE* - is the steepest Primary A-road in the country (although the A39 features more severe gradients).
My first-ever "long distance" journey was on a coach to Butlin's in Filey when I was 9 years old.
I recall the underwater viewing windows at the indoor swimming pool; many Butlin's camps featured these, but I've never seen them anywhere else in the UK since.
*SABRE: The Society for All British and Irish Road Enthusiasts.