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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
You can see the castle from the main road and it’s only a short drive and parking available outside the church. The castle ruins are well worth a visit and easily accessible. The church has some good information about the site.
Stumbled upon this castle and church and the road leading up to it is stunning.
The castle is a really well preserved ruin in a stunning setting. Lots of information on the different sections of the castle that are left standing. Very peaceful, with a...More
Having been three years ago I decided on a lovely hot summers day to have a visit. It is still as beautiful as ever. The scenery around here is breathing, and the silence apart from the distant sound of cows in the fields is lovely....More
This site is off the Alnwick to Rothbury road and may be missed if you are not sharp-eyed.
There is limited parking adjacent to the site.
The ruins are just about intact enough to visualise its former glory- now it is atmospheric ruins but still...More
Not many people visit Edlingham, mainly because it's off the beaten track. Actually, it's off a minor road, down a rough track and them a walk between cow fields. Once there, there's not a lot to see, but just enough if you use your imagination...More