Edington Bastle (site of)
Edington Bastle was destroyed by English forces in the 16th century, and is thought to have been superseded by the nearby Edington Castle.
Nothing now remains of the bastle house which stood in the north-west corner of a field known as Bastle Knowes, close to the cliffs above the Whiteadder Water.
However at the end of the 18th century it was reported that “shaped stones, and such as are used for cornices and lintels of doors, have often been turned up by the plough”.
Alternative names for Edington Bastle