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While we’ve seen many Hobbiton-inspired tiny houses before, this is a “real” one, recently entirely on the same farm as the Hobbiton movie set for the “The Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” trilogies. The original set designers helped create the home to ensure it was as true to Peter Jackson’s interpretation of the books as possible.

And wow! The home feels genuine, cozy, and almost like coming “home.” Designed to be the abode of the Proudfoot family, which has three small children, there’s a child’s room with bunk beds and toys and even a fort built in the corner of the living room. And the kitchen! It looks ready to make the first and second breakfast and then hop onto elevenses. Enjoy the tour!

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“Proudfoot” Home Opens in Hobbiton, New Zealand

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Purposely Lost is a fantastic woodland retreat space in Sandford, Maine, where you can stay in one of three treehouses or two “Hobbit” houses. This underground home, pictured below, is a stunning blend of cozy and luxurious, with warm wood tones, leather accents, and stonework.

The home looks like a hill, with moss and mud surrounding the doors and windows. But when you enter, it’s anything but dingy and dirty! Instead, the comfortable space has a full kitchen, a bathroom (with a tiled shower stall!), and a gorgeous stone (electric) fireplace. Could you live in this space?

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Private Patio, Stone Staircase & Luxury Finishes

Warm and Inviting Underground Home

Images via Airbnb/Bryce

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Do you love quaint Hobbit architecture? This little Hobbit house in Pawling, NY is brimming with character and even has the signature round door and living roof that Tolkien wrote about. Inside the house is quite spacious, with two separate queen-sized bedrooms along with a dining room and living room.

There’s a big kitchen space with full-sized appliances and two bathrooms. When you want to enjoy the outdoors, you can either sit by the fire pit or take a winding path down to the private hot tub. What do you think of this space?

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Cozy Hobbit Home in the New York Forest

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Here’s a fun Hobbit-themed cottage in Alabama on a little compound called Nomad’s Land. There are a couple of other little stays on the property, and it has plenty of surrounding nature to enjoy.

The cottage itself has a living roof that blends it into the surroundings. A bottle wall lets in beautiful light, and a kitchenette and grand bed with Elvin curtains surround it. What a cute little spot!

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Alabama Cottage with Bottle Wall in Nomad’s Land

Living Roof Hobbit-Themed Cottage 4

Images via Airbnb/Shallyn

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Welcome to Middle Earth—or at least the Mountain Shire! This fantastic Tolkien-loving uncle-and-nephew duo spent the past few years creating a magical village of Hobbit-themed tiny homes in Sevierville, Tennessee, where you can book a weekend stay to escape all the trials of modern life.

The property has six tiny homes with a slightly different whimsical theme and custom decor. An epic cedar-slice wall also blocks off the shire from the outside world! Enjoy the tour of this beautiful spot below.

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Stay in a Hobbit Hole Tiny Home on a Mountainside

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Sure, you could stay in a hobbit hole, but what about a vacation in the Shire? This little Hobbit Village in Tennessee sits at Forest Gully Farms and includes three hobbit holes you can rent all at once! Two holes contain beds; the third is a dry kitchen and dining area to gather.

The homes are part of a permaculture farm, where you can collect berries and chicken eggs and roam 15 acres of beautiful land! There’s even a kid-sized hobbit playhouse on the grounds. You’ll find a bath house with two bathrooms and a laundry room near the huts.

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Gully Huts on 15 Acre Permaculture Farm

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This Hobbit Hole in Virginia looks stellar if you want a peaceful getaway. Inside the round green door is a one-bedroom cabin with a queen bed, kitchenette, and a bathroom complete with a rainfall shower.

The owners added various handmade special touches, including the counters and furniture! The family also did the welding, and the wife upkeeps the beautiful nearby garden.

The mood is complete with a picket fence, Adirondack chairs, and a fire pit. You can book your stay on Airbnb.

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Vacation in Bag End in a Handcrafted Hobbit Hole

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Images via Airbnb/Marlan

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The older I get, the more convinced I am that a simple life in a Hobbit-style home is just what I’m looking for — and this vacation spot in France ticks all the boxes!

Starting with the gorgeous signature round front door and ending with the cozy alcove bedroom, this little Hobbit-inspired house feels like the perfect romantic getaway. A wood-fired hot tub on the terrace outdoors overlooks the French countryside, and a small rustic kitchen indoors for simple meal prep.

You can book your stay on Airbnb.

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Hobbit-Style Home Overlooking French Countryside w/ Hot Tub

Hobbit Home in a Wild French Garden: Vacation Bliss! 14

Images via Rodolphe/Airbnb

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This is the story of a man who is living in an underground home on only $5,000 a year. The roof is covered in moss and pine needles while the outside wall of the home is built using large stones. A tiny wooden door leads you inside.

Once inside, you’ll find the walls and low ceilings are covered in wood paneling and the floor is covered with carpeting. The bedroom is on the other side of the home which you can access by crawling through a circular hole. Using a separate entrance, you can access the bathroom which has a composting toilet, a shower, and there’s even a pine wood sauna.

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Man Living in an Underground Home on $5k/Year

Man Living in an Underground Home on $5k/Year

Images © Faircompanies via YouTube

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