Topics > Cumbria > Civil Parishes in Cumbria > Lower Allithwaite Civil Parish > Historic Buildings and Monuments in Allithwaite and Cartmel Civil Parish

Historic Buildings and Monuments in Allithwaite and Cartmel Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Allithwaite and Cartmel Civil Parish, Cumbria, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
No. 5, Park View 1335785 II    
Abbots Beck House 1087166 II    
Allithwaite Church of England Primary School 1099937 II    
Allithwaite Lodge 1087157 II    
Anvil Cottage with outbuilding and the Old Smithy 1087165 II    
Bank Court 1087173 II    
Barn Garth Cottage 1099137 II    
Barn Hey Cottage 1348672 II    
Barn Hey Farmhouse 1087198 II    
Beckside Cottage with Attached Barn 1099140 II    
Beckside Farmhouse 1087187 II    
Beckside House Farmhouse 1349079 II    
Bee Boles Approximately 13.5 Metres to East of Orchard Rise 1335795 II    
Bluebell Cottage, Bridge House and Rogan & Co 1348482 II    
Bluebell House 1335788 II    
Cartmel Quaker Meeting House with gighouse/stable and enclosing walls 1460450 II    
Cartmel War Memorial 1457219 II    
Cavendish Arms Public House with Attached Outbuilding 1099113 II    
Cavendish Cottage 1087196 II    
Church Bridge 1087168 II    
Church of St Mary 1335764 II 1865 Allithwaite
Church Town House 1348477 II    
Corner Cottage 1348705 II    
Cross and Fish Stone 1087167 II    
Cross at Headless Cross to North of Junction 1099112 II    
Devonshire House 1100345 II    
Dixon Monument Approximately 25 Metres South of Priory Church 1335800 II    
Fairfield 1255404 II    
Field Beck 1087185 II    
Fletcher Memorial Approximately 25 Metres South of Priory Church 1099099 II    
Ford House 1335789 II    
Former Kingsleys of Cartmel 1335790 II    
Former National Westminster Bank and Nat West Bank House and Cobbled Paving 1100349 II    
Fryers, Thompson and Turner Monuments Approximately 22 Metres South of Priory Church 1087192 II    
Garth House 1099138 II    
Gatehouse Cottage 1349066 II    
Gazebo to East of Wheelhouse Bridge 1099927 II    
Goad and Hall Memorials Approximately 47.5 Metres South of Priory Church 1087194 II    
Grayson Memorials Approximately 20 Metres South of Priory Church 1335799 II    
Greenbank and Outbuilding 1335797 II    
Greencroft 1099921 II    
Guide Stone Approximately 7 Metres from Junction at Headless Cross 1087174 II    
Guidestone Appproximately 7 Metres South West of Junction with Templands Road 1335801 II    
Guidestone at Corner of the Causeway Approximately 7 Metres South of St Marys Lodge 1087195 II    
Hard Cragg House 1087220 II    
Harrisons Farmhouse and Attached Barn 1087158 II    
Hazeldene 1349078 II    
High Bank Side Farmhouse and Outbuilding 1087181 II    
Hill Farmhouse 1087179 II    
Howbarrow Farmhouse 1087180 II    
Jackson Monument Approximately 33.5 Metres South of Priory Church 1099108 II    
Kings Arms Public House 1087172 II    
Kirkhead Summer House 1087159 II    
Kirstead 1087183 II    
Lamp Post Approximately 5.5 Metres to North of Priory Church 1099128 II    
Lane Head Farmhouse 1087186 II    
Limekiln Approximately 190 Metres South of Low Frith Farm 1335796 II    
Limekiln Approximately 200 Metres East of Middle Birkby Farmhouse 1099145 II    
Limekiln Approximately 40 Metres West of Wike Farm 1335783 II    
Limekiln Approximately 90 Metres North West of Kirkhead Summer House 1335784 II    
Lock-Up Shop (Kerr & Sons Bookshop) 1335787 II    
Market Cross Cottage and Gatehouse (West Bay) 1087169 II    
Maychell Monument Approximately 27.5 Metres South of Priory Church 1099106 II    
Middle Birkby Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding 1087189 II    
Muchall Memorial Approximately 6 Metres South of Priory Church 1087191 II    
Newby Memorial Approximately 10 Metres South of Priory Church 1099131 II    
No. 21, Cavendish Street 1087197 II    
Old Barn Cottage and Cobbled Paving 1335791 II    
Orchard Rise 1087178 II    
Park Beck Cottage 1335786 II    
Park House 1348700 II    
Parkside House and Adjacent Barn 1087163 II    
Post Office 1087162 II    
Priest Bridge 1087190 II    
Priory Church of St Mary 1335798  I C12th Cartmel.
Priory Close Cottage and Adjoining Outbuildings 1099900 II    
Priory Close House 1348727  II*    
Priory Gatehouse, Including East Bay of Gatehouse 1348693  II*    
Priory Guesthouse and Shop (Tarragon) and Cobbled Paving 1100317 II    
Priory Hotel 1087170 II    
Priory House 1087164 II    
Pump Opposite End of the Causeway 1087182 II    
Remains of Cross Approximately 60 Metres South of the Priory Church 1099111 II    
Royal Oak Public House 1100347 II    
Stable Range to South Side of Boarbank Farm 1087188 II    
Stone Boundary Wall Incorporating Two Sets of Bee Boles, Beckside Cottage 1335802 II    
Surgery 1348704 II    
Taylor Monument Approximately 29.5 Metres South of Priory Church 1087193 II    
The Grammar Hotel 1099147 II    
The Larch Tree 1100342 II    
Thimble Hill 1087161 II    
Tower Cottage and Bay to Left, Part of Gatehouse 1335763 II    
Village Institute (Including Priory Footwear Etc) 1087171 II    
Village Lock-Up 1087160 II    
Well Knowe House and Farmhouse 1335794 II    
Wharton 1099904 II    
Wraysholme Tower 1100320  II*    
Yew Tree Cottage 1087184 II    
Kirkhead Cave 1012117 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cartmel Augustinian Priory medieval gatehouse and parts of the priory precinct 1020454 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Frith Hall 1007098 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Wraysholme Tower 1007154 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Holker Hall - Grounds 1000665 II   Listed park and garden. Partly in this parish.
World War II fighter pens and other airfield remains and defences of the former airfield of RAF Cark 1020988 n/a   Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries. Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings.

Lower Allithwaite Civil Parish Church of Mary, Allithwaite Cartmel Priory
Cartmel Priory
  Co-Curate Page
Cartmel Priory
Church of Mary, Allithwaite
  Co-Curate Page
Church of Mary, Allithwaite
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's Church is the parish church in Allithwaite. The church was built by y E.G. Paley and consecrated by the Bishop of Carlisle on the 29th June ...


Add a comment or share a memory.

Login to add a comment. Sign-up if you don't already have an account.


Co-Curate is a project which brings together online collections, museums, universities, schools and community groups to make and re-make stories and images from North East England and Cumbria. Co-Curate is a trans-disciplinary project that will open up 'official' museum and 'un-officia'l co-created community-based collections and archives through innovative collaborative approaches using social media and open archives/data.