Plan a "Stretch Weekend" at Weston’s wannaB inn during the weekends of 9/19, 10/10 and 11/14 - check-in early, and leave late!
For those three weekends only, you can check-in early as early as noon on Friday, and check-out as late as 5 p.m. on Sunday.
During each of these weekends, on Friday, at 6 p.m. gather around the boat launch and listen to Captain Chris O’Neill from Tail Chaser Charters as he shares insights about fishing our waters. Enjoy a barbecue and live music.
Captain Chris is a charter fishing captain, the host of Reel Salt Water Outdoors Radio Show, and a frequent guide on Mark Davis’ Big Water Adventures. These informative presentations are for guests only.
Friday, September 19th, his talk will be “Snook season techniques for inshore success.”
Anyone who has spent time fishing the waters here at the tip of Manasota Key knows that the snook and redfish love this place as much as we do.
Friday October 10th his presentation will be “Maximizing the inshore and nearshore fall migration.” At this Friday event, Captain Chris will broadcast his radio show, Reel Saltwater Outdoors live from the resort.
Friday, November 14th, Captain Chris will speak about "Tips and Tricks for hot inshore action."
Stretch Weekend terms are based upon availability and apply only during the weekends of September 19, October 10 and November 14th. The Stretch Weekend promotion may not be combined with any other promotion or discounts.
Weston’s wannaB inn is your vacation home away from home.
Discover our newly designed space located on Manasota Key, nestled between the Gulf of Mexico and Lemon Bay in Englewood, Florida.
Our resort boasts 80 rooms in a variety of styles including efficiency, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units. All of our rooms are outfitted with a full kitchen, and are decorated with retro-styled furnishings allowing you to feel right at home, surrounded by old Florida charm.
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Thanks to our guest Rob Hartline for providing this video which he took with a Blade 350 QX Quadcopter with a GoPro camera. Looks good from any angle, but now we know what the birds see. No wonder the sea birds love us.