A Medieval tower known as The Beacon. It has been suggested that it was originally used as a windmill and was later converted to a look-out tower. It stands on Windmill Hill, Burton Dassett.
Brinklow Castle, a motte and bailey castle of Medieval date. The castle is still visible as a substantial earthwork. It is located at Brinklow.
The site of Beaudesert Castle which dates to the Medieval period. The castle is a large ringworkwith two probable baileys. The ringwork was eventually surrounded by a stone curtain wall and is known to have contained several stone buildings. It is visible as an earthwork and is known from documentary evidence. It is situated 400m east of Henley in Arden.
The remains of Wroxall Priory, a nunnery founded in the Medieval period. The remains of two buildings exist on the site; the refectory or dining room; and the chapter house, where the nuns met to carry out business transactions. The site is 700m southwest of Wroxall Village.
Compton Wynyates House, a Post Medieval moated manor house. The house was largely restored during the Imperial period. It is situated 1km south of Windmill Hill.
The remains of Maxstoke Priory, an Augustinian priory of Medieval date. It was dissolved in 1536. The site is 500m northwest of Priory Wood.
The Church of St Peter which was built during the Medieval period. It is situated 100m south east of Wolfhampcote Hall.
The remains of Hartshill Castle, which was originally built during the Medieval period. It is situated on the east side of Hartshill Hayes Country Park.
A Medieval bank and fishponds, used for the breeding and storage of fish. They are visible as earthworks, and are situated on the west side of Draycote.
The remains of Hemlingford Watermill. Documentary evidence indicates that it was built in the Medieval period and went out of use during the Imperial period. The site lies 150m south east of Hemlingford Bridge.