Lord Of The RingsFans can now stay in authentic Hobbit Holes via Airbnb.
To celebrate 10 Years since the release spinoff The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey44 reconstructed Hobbit Holes in New Zealand are now open for guests.
Two three-night stays for up to four guests are now available – with booking opening on December 14 at 4pm ET – for 10 New Zealand dollars (£5.22) per night.
“Overnight accommodation will be provided in The Millhouse, a two-bedroom Hobbit-inspired home with a writing nook fit for Bilbo Baggins, and homey decor curated by the trilogies’ creative director Brian Massey,” the AirbnbListing reads.
Activities for guests are also said to include “private access to a personal Hobbit Hole, set up for relaxing moments of Preciousss™ downtime and afternoon tea” as well as “an evening banquet in The Green Dragon Inn with a feast featuring beef and ale stew, whole roast chickens, freshly baked breads and plenty of ale, plus Second Breakfast™ and Elevenses™ served daily.”
Fans will also have the opportunity to tour the film sets of The Hobbit Trilogy. The listing states that the stays are not part in a competition and that guests are responsible to arrange their own travel arrangements.
Meanwhile, Lord Of The Rings star Bernard Hill recently hit out at spinoff series The Rings Of Power, calling it a “money-making venture”.
The actor, who starred as King Théoden in the original LOTR trilogy, recently told Metro that he has “no interest” in watching the new spin-off series.
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