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The Manor House
Manor House Farm
Sleights

Whitby
North Yorkshire

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Just a mile walk from the hillside village of Sleights, with its shops, pub and restaurant, the beautiful cottages at Manor House Farm are ideally placed for exploring this scenic coastal area. Whitby's lively Heritage harbour, quaint alleyways, abbey and famous Captain Cook museums, and Sandsend's award winning stretch of lovely sandy beach are all 3 miles. Robin Hood's Bay is 5 miles and Scarborough's theatre and seaside attractions including Sea Life Centre and flume pools are 20 miles. Sleights station, connecting with the scenic North York Moors Steam Railway and Heartbeat Country is 1 mile.

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