Bron-Yr-Aur is an 18th century cottage in South Snowdonia, Wales, best known for its association with the English rock band Led Zeppelin.
Homes - Historic
The cottage was used by the family of Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant during the 1950s as a holiday home. In 1970, Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page spent time there after a long and gruelling concert tour of North America. they used it as a retreat to write and record some of their third album, Led Zeppelin III.