Well, we have welcomed our first guests, post lock down, into our home at Schooner Point Guest House, Looe. It was a bit daunting to think that we would be sharing our home again. With only the one set of guests in it has been a gentle re-introduction to our work and the new cleaning regimes and distancing protocols that we have put in place. We are thankful for that but now want to get back to welcoming in our guests. Friends to be made and re-visiting, existing friends alike. If you feel like a seaside break get in touch as vacancies are now becoming scarce.
Looe is starting to see holiday makers appear and the town is slowly opening up. Not all restaurants and bars opened for the first weekend but it seemed enough to cope with demand. More will be opening in the following days. Don’t forget The South West Coast Path is still open, pasties and cream teas are still available and Korev, Tribute, Doombar, Ratler and Cornish Orchards ciders are all here throughout the town. We believe that the best fish and chips are to be had in our town of Looe in South East Cornwall.
Mrs.B&B and I took a stroll out to Hannafore, while the weather was kind and the tide was low. We were going to try to have a look at the shipwreck. It was visible but we did not fancy wading through a ton of seaweed that had been left in the wreck channel, so we gave it a miss and went back home and sat in the sun on the deck. The views from here are amazing, looking right up the East Looe River, the ideal setting to partake of one of our Cornish cream teas.
Todays t-shirt is The Small Faces, the second shirt featured from this 60’s band.