The site of a moat, a wide ditch surrounding a building, dating to the Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork and is situated Whitacre Hall.
Ratley Castle, a Medieval motte and bailey castle. The motte has been damaged by later quarrying for building material. The castle is located 250m west of the church at Ratley.
The site of Weddington Castle which was built during the Post Medieval period. It was situated west of Castle Road, Weddington, but is now destroyed.
Phase I of Warwick Castle which was built from 1068 as a motte and bailey castle. It was first constructed in wood, but was rebuilt in stone possibly during the 12th century. It was at least partially enclosed by a moat.
The remains of Baginton Castle which is Medieval in date. The motte and bailey, as well as the moat, are still visible as earthworks. The remains of the stone keep, which was built during the 14th century, are also visible. The castle is situated to the west of Baginton.
The site of Boteler's Castle, a Medieval motte and bailey castle, which has been partially excavated. The site lies 700m south east of Arrow.
Phase one of the building of Kenilworth Castle shows that it was originally built as a motte and bailey castle from 1122 onwards . The motte is still visible as an earthwork, inside the later great keep.
The remains of the gatehouse of Maxtoke Castle which was built during the Medieval period. It is situated 1km east of Castle Farm.
The remains of a Medieval castle survive as an earthwork with traces of a masonry building. The site is known as Castle Yard and is situated 300m south west of Fillongley.
Slight earthworks on 'The Croft,' a piece of land next to the church, mark the possible site of a castle.