A small cottage in southeast whales. Provided inspiration for several Led Zeppelin songs.
"Credit must be given to BRON-Y-AUR a small derelict cottage in South Snowdonia for painting a somewhat forgotten picture of true completeness which acted as an incentive to some of these musical statements" - Led Zeppelin III LP
by BlueEyedMerle July 24, 2003
A small cottage in southeast WALES, not "whales". Wales is a country between Ireland and England. Whales are mammals.

This cottage is where Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant wrote a number of songs. The name means "The Golden Beast", according to Robert Plant.
Bron-Y-Aur Stomp is a Zeppelin tune
by James Page May 03, 2005

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