Jimmy Page returned to Bron-Yr-Aur, the remote Welsh cottage where he stayed with Robert Plant in 1970 and wrote songs that appeared on Led Zeppelin’s third and fourth albums, after more than 50 years.
Page was photographed at the property earlier this month alongside its current owners, Scott and Ruth Roe and their daughter Chenoa.
The photograph was taken during a visit from Page and his daughter Zofia on the week commencing July 11, according to Scott Roe’s Instagram and Facebook posts.
“It was a beautiful thing to spend time with @jimmypage and his daughter @zofiapage at #bronyraur. What a lovely thing to welcome Jimmy back after more than half a century !!! The sun shone for the visit and hope there will be many more. There is hope yet that our 54th and final Bron Yr Aur band member might just be the greatest living guitarist,” Scott Roe wrote on Instagram.
The cottage was featured in an episode of the BBC show “Kate Humble: Off The Beaten Track” in 2017.