Due to Covid B&B is no longer available.  

Snail Trail Handweavers at Penwenallt Farm is in a very attractive and secluded position set in 4½ acres, completely surrounded by open farmland and overlooking the wooded Teifi Valley.  It is conveniently close to neighbouring Rhosygilwen which hosts festivals, concerts and wedding parties, also to Fforest in Cilgerran and Hammet House in Llechryd.

Nina and Martin invite you to stay in their comfortable, listed Georgian farmhouse home and promise you a warm welcome.  
Penwenallt Farm B&B showing Snail topiary and Clematis Montana arch.
Double room with private shower/bath

 We offer 1 en suite double/triple room, 1 en suite double room and

1 double & 1 single room each with separate private shower/bath room.

All rooms have hand basins, tea & coffee making facilities, digital TV and Wi-Fi.

 To check availability telephone 01239 841 228

or e-mail nina@snail-trail.co.uk

 To make a reservation the first night is payable in advance via debit card or by cheque made payable to Nina Weatherhead.  This is non-refundable therefore Holiday Cancellation Insurance is recommended.

 Check-in is from 4 pm but bags may be dropped off before this by prior arrangement.

Check-out is by 11 am on the day of departure.

Evening light at Snail Trail B&B Daffodils at Snail Trail B&B View from front door Snail Trail B&B
Bluebells & ragged robin at Snail Trail B&B Tiger lily & Daisy at Snail Trail B&B Daffodils at Snail Trail B&B
Snowdrops at Snail Trail B&B
Bluebells in the field Ransoms wild garlic Apple blossom Early Purple Orchid

Three miles away Cilgerran‘s 13th century ruined Castle overlooks the gorge of the River Teifi where coracles are still used to catch salmon.  Coracle fishing demonstrations can be seen at  the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve also in Cilgerran.  There are four circular walks around Cilgerran which gained Walkers are Welcome  status in 2009.  Cilgerran also boasts the world’s smallest and most unique photographic museum!

Canoeing, fishing and horse riding are available within a few miles of us.  We are within easy reach of Poppit Sands and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Cardigan Bay with its seals, dolphins and porpoises is Britain’s first Marine Heritage Coast..

Six miles north, Cardigan’s prominent Castle is the site of the first ever Eisteddfod festival in 1176.  This busy market town has interesting shops and galleries and the award-winning Theatre Mwldan and the Small World Theatre offer a wide programme of films, live performances and exhibitions.

There are many small workshops open to the public such as slate, pottery, jewellery and textiles.

Martin is an artist craftsman and welcomes visitors to his handweaving studio where he has been making rugs, wall hangings, cushions and scarves since 1975.  He also runs residential courses  in Weaving Spinning and Dyeing.