Site of historic inn situated on the west side of Bowling Green street, overlooking a bowling green.
The Red Lion, an inn dating to the Imperial period which originally had a thatched roof. The inn is situated on Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Historic inn situated on the north side of Park road on the juncton of Park road and Albion street.
Historic inn situated at the south end of Market Hill where the main route south divides to the west and east.
Historic inn situated on the east side of Coventry street.
Historic inn situated on the east side of Daventry street, at its west end.
The Chetwynd Arms, an inn built in red brick with a tile roof with a stable block to the rear. It was built during the Imperial period and is situated on Market Street, Polesworth.
Guy Fawkes House, formerly an inn dating to the Medieval and Post Medieval periods. The Warwickshire conspirators are said to have waited here to hear the results of the Gunpowder Plot in 1605. The house is situated on Daventry Road, Dunchurch.
Historic Inn associated with the railway station at Coleshill.
Historic inn on the east side of the High Street.