Wandylaw is a small settlement in Northumberland, located about 8 miles north of Alnwick and 1 mile west of the village of Ellingham. It centres around a farm and a number of farm cottages and other buildings, some of which are now available as holiday lets. The farmhouse dates from the 18th century and is a listed building. Nearby is Wandylaw Moor, on which there is evidence of early settlement including flint core from the Mesolithic period, and a rock carved with cup and ring motifs from the Neolithic period. There is also a 21st century wind farm on the moor. Wandylaw is part of the Civil Parish of Ellingham.