Straight from England written by Sergio Ortiz | Posted on March 28th, 2012 PausePlayPlayPrev|Next Castle Drogo in Cornwall is the only castle built in England during the 20th century. Exeter's cathedral in Devon. Interior of Exeter cathedral. London's Paddington Station, England's busiest railroad hub. Newquay, Cornwall, as seen from The Headland Hotel. Outdoor cafe in Exeter in Devon, England's southwesternmost county. Scene in the quaint Cornwall village of Drewsteignton in southern Cornwall. St. Michael's Mount at low tide. St. Michael's Mount, a Medieval castle in Cornwall, at low tide is England's answer to France's Mt. St. Michel. The Abode Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter. The cathedral at Exeter in Devon dates back to the Middle Ages. The cathedral at Exeter in Devon. The cathedral in Exeter in Devon. The Headland Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall. The Headland Hotel, a mystic and elegant property in Newquay, Cornwall, is one of the county's most iconic hotels. The seaside town of St. Ives in Cornwall. The trail leading to St. Michael's Mount castle in Cornwall. Gate leading to Bovey Castle, a boutique hotel in Devon, built in 1880 as a manor for a viscount. Typical street scene in Totnes, a delightful and ancient town on the River Dart in Devon. Hikers cross a stone bridge dating to the 1300's in Devon's rugged moorlands.