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Edlingham Castle is a small castle ruin, having Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade I listed building status, in the care of English Heritage, in a valley to the west of Alnwick, Northumberland, England. It has been described as "...one of the most...more
All reviews st john the baptist english heritage limited parking short detour information boards jaunty angle well worth a visit stunning setting steeped in history old railway local history lovely walk viaduct rothbury leaflet cragside ruin
We arrived here early one misty Sunday morning and were met with the amazingly atmospheric sight of the Church and Castle. The Church, to our surprise, was open for visitors. It is well worth a visit, as the construction mainly dates back to the 11th...More
Nestled in a valley, beside a tiny church, Edlingham is a miniature compared to nearby Alnwick. But somehow you get more of a sense of what it would have been like to live there when you look through the split walls and climb in where...More
I have been visiting this site for over 30 years and never fails to take me back in time and take my breath away. If you liked the movie Braveheart you need to visit this site. Right on the borders, Mel must have visited here...More
The castle is about half a mile from the road and worth a visit. It’s part of the English Heritage ......
signs tell you a brief history of the castle. You can’t help wondering how the people lived all those years ago.... very interesting.
This was an enjoyable surprise find. I was traveling to visit another more well-known site when I spotted this from the road. I was most pleased when I followed the drive to the ruins. What a wonderful hidden gem! The signs around the site explain...More
Edlingham Castle started life as modest Manor House that a local bigwig could be lord of. It’s in a beautiful valley with views of the Cheviot Hills and a pretty 11th century church next door.
All was well until about 1300 when the Scots started...More