The possible site of a Cistercian monastery dating to the Medieval period. The site lies to the west of Cryfield Village.
The remains of wall foundations pre-dating the standing buildings were recorded during excavation at Manor Farm Barns, Blackwell, Tredington. They could possibly be part of a monastic cell associated with the nearby chapel.
The possible site of a Carthusian Monastery, a priory of Carthusian monks, dating to the Medieval period. The site is suggested by documentary evidence. It is located in the area of the church in Monks Kirby.
The site of Arbury Priory, an Augustinian monastery governed by a prior of Medieval date. It was situated in Arbury Park, 400m west of Swanland.
The site of Atherstone Friary, an Augustinian Friary that was built during the Medieval period. It was situated 150m south of Friary Road, Atherstone.
Documentary evidence suggests that a small Benedictine Nunnery was founded at Bretford during the Medieval period. The exact location of the nunnery is unknown.
The site of an Augustinian Friary, a monastery governed by a friar. It was founded in the Medieval period, around 1260. The site is situated half a kilometre south west of Shuttington.
The site of a Dominican Friary established in the Medieval period, it stood in the vicinity of Friar Street, Warwick. The friary was demolished after the Dissolution around 1551. Recent archaeological excavation has found several burials possibly from the friary cemetery.