The 13th-century St Mary's Church has an unusual octagonal tower, which includes a bell dating from 1743 and made by Thomas Bilbie of the Bilbie family. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building.
Barrington Court, the local manor house, is a fine Tudor building which anticipates some features of the later Elizabethan style. It was built around 1514 for Henry Daubeney, perhaps finished as late as 1558 for William Clifton. The interior was virtually gutted in 1825, and restored in 1921-25 by Forbes and Tate for A.A. Lyle having passed to the National Trust in 1908. It is now a Grade I listed building.