Cloisters and other domestic buildings of Maxstoke Priory which are Medieval in date. The priory is situated 100m north of Church End Farm, Maxtoke.
The site of the Medieval Chapter House at Nuneaton Priory, which has been excavated. The site lies east of Manor Court Road, Nuneaton.
A Society of Friends' Quaker Meeting House dating to the Post Medieval period. It is still in use for worship, and is situated in the High Street, Warwick.
The site of the Medieval cloister buildings and other conventual buildings associated with Nuneaton Priory. Only the foundations of these buildings remain and they are situated to the east of Manor Court Road, Nuneaton.
Park Cottage which was built during the Imperial period. The Ordnance Survey map of 1905 suggests that this may once have been a priests house associated with the chapel at Newnham Paddox. The cottage is situated west of Newnham Paddox Park.
The site of Pinley Priory, a Medieval Cistercian monastery. The site lies 600m south east of Great Pinley.
The possible site of a Cistercian monastery dating to the Medieval period. The site lies to the west of Cryfield Village.
The remains of Stoneleigh Abbey buildings that are of Medieval date. Parts of the abbey cloister, chapter house and dormitory survive and have been incorporated into a later building. The abbey buildings were located 500m north west of The Grove.
The site of the cloisters of Polesworth Abbey dating to the Medieval period. They were situated 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Site of possible old minster church pre-Conquest, in the Blythe valley, on or close to the present church of St Peter and St Paul.