Forget traveling over to New Zealand to take a peek at a Hobbit house in the Shire; you can spend the night in one in California!
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Roy and Stella Toft of Ramona, California, have created one of the most incredible Airbnb experiences in the USA.
Unlike your fantasies and dreams, this power-duo of Tolkien fans have created a real-life Hobbit hole near San Diego, California, that you can spend the night in!
According to their official Airbnb page:
This fantasy dwelling was inspired by none other than J.R.R. Tolkien’s, “The Hobbit”. Equipped with an iconic round door, granite rock walls and beautiful wood beam ceilings, it’s impossible not to experience total enchantment staying in this space. Whether you are a couple of hardcore LOTR fans or maybe a creative individual seeking solitude to unplug for inspiration, this space will surely deliver!
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Calling all The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit fans. Author J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantastical works have given a lifetime of joy to millions of readers since the first adventures of the Baggins’ made their way to bookshelves in 1937. Director Peter Jackson’s award-winning adaptations into thrilling live-action movies furthered the Middle-Earth movement amongst fan groups of all ages.
Whether you’d take the One Ring of evil lord Sauron for yourself or destroy it, every Tolkien fan has the dream of spending the night in Bag-End.
The Shire is Heaven on Middle-Earth, and every fan watching The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) dreams of kicking back in Bilbo’s study, reading There and Back Again, and enjoying some pipe-weed with Gandalf, Legolas, and Frodo Baggins.
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If you’ve always dreamed of staying in Bilbo Baggins’s cozy Hobbit hole in the Shire, you don’t have to travel to New Zealand! One fantastic Airbnb near San Diego, California, transports you into Middle-Earth like no other place.
Heck, you can take off for a week and enjoy the seclusion of Bilbo Baggins’s Bag-End in the Shire.
Roy and Stella continue:
“The bed is a queen sized Murphy bed, providing ample space for activities during the day and a super comfortable sleep during the night. The accommodations are simple: there are sinks, with running water, both inside and outside the hobbit house. There is a small closet to hang clothes, a wood-burning fireplace and built-in desk. There is also a small bar (on rollers) stocked with basic cookware, glassware and cutlery. There is no refrigeration system (no electricity), but we do have a top-of-the-line YETI cooler to keep any perishables cold, provided you bring your own block of ice. There is a Coleman propane camping stove provided, allowing you to cook indoors, or outdoors.”
“Outside there is a fire pit BBQ, propane BBQ grill and an on-demand hot outdoor shower and flush toilet. There are plenty of seating areas, whether you would like to bring a chair(s) out around the fire pit, or sit on top of the living roof. The hobbit house is surrounded by hiking and walking trails and guests have access to the main house to use electrical outlets or the hot tub, both of which are a short walk (about 250 feet) from the hobbit house.”
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The photos taken by Roy are stunning and most likely can’t fulfill the real beauty of this stunning Airbnb. This Tolkien fan is holding back the tears.
Amazingly enough, the owners, Roy and Stella, fell in love in this very Hobbit home when Stella visited the beautiful place for herself (like Samwise Gamgee and Rosie Cotton?) in 2018!
The secluded Hobbit Home near San Diego offers a stunning, woodcraft kitchen, cozy indoor fireplace (much like the fireplace of Bilbo Baggins), and a gorgeous backyard with stunning views.
The stained glass windows, Western Red Cedar, wood-burning stove, rocking chairs, electric-powered lanterns, and custom-built “Hobbit-style” round-door makes for a one-of-a-kind experience.
The secluded Hobbit house near San Diego with Superhosts currently sits at a 4.97/5 rating from nearly 400 guests who were blown away with their beautiful Airbnb experience.
Many happy guests promise that “words cannot describe how amazing this little hoobit house” really is, as well as how fantastic Roy and Stella are at making your experience as enjoyable as possible.
Make sure to book your stay before dates sell out! This Hobbit house is gaining major popularity from The Lord of the Rings fans from across the globe.
You can book your stay on their official Airbnb page here.
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