First, I must share with you a perfect day out Nick and I had earlier this month.
With the early morning sunshine promising another beautiful day, we headed to the coast, to Loe Beach near Falmouth. This pretty little cove is in a sheltered inlet, and is well-known for its watersports activities, which include kayaking, paddle-boarding and sailing.
Ben launches his boat from here so we know it well, having joined him for days out on the water with the waterskis, wakeboards and fishing gear. The historic Pandora Inn is just two miles across the water, so many people moor their boats at the pub's pontoon and enjoy lunch and a drink at the inn before sailing back.
I was my normal chatty self so got talking to one of the other visitors to the beach, who told us about an unfortunate visitor who moored their motorboat too far up the pontoon at The Pandora Inn and found their ride home grounded after the tide went out! Oops.
But I guess there are worse places to be stuck waiting for the tide...
So if you're looking for something a bit different, head to Loe Beach, hire a boat and sail across the creek to the 13th Century Pandora Inn, with its flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof (just take a look at the tide times before ordering your lunch).
Now, on with a few other ideas to inspire your best long weekend this May:
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There is still time to book your long weekend at Callestock Courtyard Cottages this Bank Holiday - give Liz a call on 01872 540445 or browse the accommodation and book online.