Reviewing the Fleet from the comfort of a deck chair on Looe Beach
Our Blog latest from the Sail Loft, Looe
Looe, Lugger Festival underway with boats arriving on the high tide, racing tomorrow,
Looe beach at sunrise on a crisp June day, just the birds and the waves to keep me company
The Royal Cornwall Show – thanks to @RAFFalcons @RoyalAirForceUK for dropping in @RCSupdate, Wadebridge, check out Display Venues for 2015.
Rock, Cornwall and a lunch at Nathan Outlaws, The Mariners, was the treat for today after a blustery walk along the sandy dunes and across the golf course to John Betjemans grave at the lovely St Enodocs Church.
If you are going to spend eternity some where this is the place, an island of peace in the middle of a golf course, in well cared for graveyard of the prettiest church and a stream of devoted followers making sure you are not alone. His poem “Seaside Golf” found here http://www.st-enodoc.co.uk/the-club/john-betjeman.html is a perfect description of the 13th Hole on this coastal course. A great day out and only 40 minutes from The Sail Loft Studio in Looe
Lanhydrock is Blooming and looking fab
The Sail Loft Studio in Looe is perfectly situated to visit Lanhydrock, Cothele and the South West Coast path when staying in Cornwall.
Such a great Panorama to Bodmin Moor from the road which borders Looe Golf Course, across to Caradon Hill and the moors beyond, new turbines popping up no doubt saving the planet and a carpet of cultivation courtesy of our hard working farmers.
A picture of a Moorland Sheep, Caradon Hill Still a bit cool to be taking your wooly coat off. Only a 25 minute journey from The Sail Loft Studio to the hill and the massive transmitter mast, the highest point in cornwall
The Sail Loft Studio, West Looe sits overlooking the Quay and is right on the Southwest Coast Path and within a few yards of the Looe River pedestrian ferry which chugs across the river when the tide is in or it’s an amble through town via the bridge another times.
This is a fabulous video presentation provided by the National Trust discussing the hugely important South West Coast Path which gives us all in or visiting Cornwall a chance to get close to then Ocean and enjoy the landscape which borders the coast.