Almost at the left edge is NGC5198, an eliptical galaxy about 170 million light years away; the extreme bottom left corner has NGC5169. 160mly away. And the small needle along the left downward diagonal is IC4263 — 140mly away. There’s also a neat double star in the extreme lower right corner — HIP 65664 A & B.
The companion smudge of the Whirlpool has its own designation, NGC5194. If you maximally pixel-peep the area just above and to the right of NGC5194, the galaxy IC4277 is a barely discernible elongated smear:
M51 is about 23 million light years away. As best as I can find, IC4277 is about 10 times as far — say 230 million light years.
About 6 hours total exposure time over three nights with a 115mm telescope. Processed with PixInsight and GIMP.