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This is a remarkable “green” cob cottage, built using many natural and reclaimed materials including straw bales, earth, clay, round timber, and stone! Best part? You can rent it! Located in Moray, Scotland, you’ll feel far away from it all while staying here.

The home comes equipped with a full kitchen, spacious outdoor living area, roomy bathroom, bunks, a double bed, and even a couple of fold-out futons if you want a family vacation. If you happen to live in Scotland, maybe you should make reservations right now! Book your stay over at Airbnb.

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A Wee Slice of Scottish Paradise: Fairytale Cob Cottage With Green Roof

Green Hobbit House

Images via Airbnb

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This is a 24′ 1977 Ford Camper that has been converted into a hobbit-tree-house inspired glamper motorhome called ‘The Griswald’.

It’s located in Marshall, NC (about 30 minutes North of Asheville). And, it’s actually for sale with an asking price of $98,000.

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24ft Hobbit-Inspired Motorhome Conversion


Photos via Justin Pepin

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This is the Hobbit House at the Wee Casa Tiny House Resort in Lyons, Colorado.

The home was built in Tennessee by Incredible Tiny Homes and now lives at the resort where you can stay for a few nights (or more). Enter through the traditional round hobbit door where you’ll find a cozy living room, compact kitchenette, spacious bathroom and loft bedroom with a stunning hand-crafted hand rail. You can even enjoy second breakfast with a felt Frodo!

More details at the end of the post. Book your stay at Wee Casa and enjoy your time in Middle Earth!

Related: Aspen Tiny House Vacation

The Hobbit House at Wee Casa Tiny House Resort, CO

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My husband and I (in our late 50’s and 60’s)  are building a Hobbit House in the Hill Country of Texas.

You can follow our progress at:   www.texashobbithouse.com     We also have a FB group with the same name.

While this almost-600sf HH may not qualify for a “tiny house”, it will still require careful consideration in terms of space-saving techniques!  The unique construction may prove challenging when it comes to working with curved spaces where square things generally go:  cabinetry, shelving, etc.

We look forward to suggestions, questions, and even constructive criticism, if absolutely necessary and given in a helpful spirit!

Couple Building 600 Sq. Ft. Hobbit House in Texas!

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These are The Hobbits: Two Incredible Tiny Hobbit Homes.

They were both built by Incredible Tiny Homes.

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The Hobbits: Two Incredible Tiny Homes

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This is Jackie Ruth’s original tiny house on wheels…

Originally, this was posted to help her sell her amazing little cabin on wheels. But it has since sold. It was such a great deal!

Years later, it’s on the market again. You can learn about that right here.

Right now I’m showing you an amazing deal of a tiny house for sale in the Ozarks of South Central Missouri. It’s my friend Jackie’s tiny home that she’s had for many years.

She used to live in it in the Florida Keys. It has since then been moved to the Ozarks. And now that Jackie has her own slightly larger cabin, and her son no longer uses it, she’s selling it.

And in my opinion, this might be one of the best tiny house deals I’ve ever seen. It’s truly an ‘unknown’ classic tiny house that has been around before the tiny house movement ever really took off.

It must be moved so you’ll want to bring your own flatbed and plenty of jacks to go pick it up. It was once on a trailer before, but it now sits on blocks.

Jackie Ruth’s $5k Tiny House For Sale in the Ozarks (Sold)


Images © Jackie Ruth Brown Koson

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When you ask Simon Dale why he’s doing what he’s doing, he has a simple answer: it’s fun!

He has nearly completed building his second unique, sustainable, low-impact home in Wales, designed to nourish the residents as well the natural environment.

Dale has a more down to earth response to why he builds the tiny sustainable houses that have come to be known as hobbit homes.

“Our society is almost entirely dependent on the availability of increasing amounts of fossil fuel energy,” Dale writes, and if we don’t start drastically decreasing the energy we use we as a world will be faced with an “ecological catastrophe.”

The method of reducing consumption that Dale is passionate about is building homes that respect, repair and connect with the immediate natural environment.

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Tiny Natural Sustainable Homes by Simon Dale
Photos Courtesy of Simon Dale and Low Impact Woodland Home

The first natural home he built, which also happened to be the first major construction project he’d ever tackled, is tucked in the side of a quaint hill in Wales, is wood heated and solar powered, and was built in less than six months for under $5000.

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