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Skelton-in-Cleveland bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

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The town of Skelton-in-Cleveland in North Yorkshire has 7000 inhabitants and lies by the Cleveland Hills.

Middlesbrough is ten miles away.

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Boosbeck
  • Brotton
  • Carlin How
  • Charltons
  • Dunsdale
  • Kilton
  • Kilton Thorpe
  • Lingdale
  • Margrove Park
  • Marske-By-The-Sea
  • Moorsholm
  • New Brotton
  • New Marske
  • New Skelton
  • North Skelton
  • Saltburn-By-The-Sea
  • Slapewath
  • Stanghow
  • Upleatham
  • Yearby

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