Edlingham is a small village and civil parish in Northumberland in the north of England. At the census it had a population of , which had reduced. Edlingham, with its remarkable leaning tower, was recently voted one of the top three castles in Northumberland. Another of the top three is Warkworth. Beside the church is the striking ruin of 13th-century Edlingham Castle. The castle is properly a fortified manor. Much of it is in ruin, but the striking solar. Edlingham Tourism: Tripadvisor has 65 reviews of Edlingham Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Edlingham resource. Details. EDLINGHAM EDLINGHAM VILLAGE NU 10 NW 14/ Edlingham Castle ruins GV I Castle: Hall house probably c for William Felton. Edlingham is a village in Northumberland located about 6 miles north-east of Rothbury and 5 miles south-west of Alnwick. There was a significant Medieval. Explore Edlingham in Northumberland with pictures, local history and photography, nearby attractions and Edlingham map as well as high resolution stock. The first edition of the Pevsner architectural guide to Northumberland, published in , talked of Edlingham Castle as "no more than the ordinary tower. The village of Edlingham lies at the centre of the parish and is now a small settlement of mainly 19th century farmhouses and cottages. It lies in the valley of. Walking / Cycling / Running routes near Edlingham, Northumberland (NE66 2BL). Created by OS Maps users.