Through tried and tested means we have learnt the things that work and those that don’t. Which is why today as we face such adversity from the current Coronavirus pandemic we have now put together, just for you, a series of new and exclusive ‘Shelley Weekend Tours’. The tours will run from November right the way through to February next year.
“Owls hooting in the woods and a laser-lit magical garden. A triumph of hospitality – Thank you Mark & Howard.” Snowdonia Television
The radical young poet lived here at The Plas from 1812-1813 when he was just twenty and completed his first epic poem Queen Mab ‘All things are recreated’. Its subject was nothing less than ‘the past, the present and the future’. Other poems he was engaged in here were ‘Henry and Louisa’ and Zeinab and Kathema’. The former a tale of wars and battles, the latter a Circassian romance.
A ‘possible’ assassination attempt took place here at Plas Tan-Yr-Allt in late February 1813 and as a result, Shelley and his entourage left never to return…….