Stay At This Tiny Hobbit House in Colorado (Second Breakfast Not Included)

published Aug 22, 2018
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For quite some time now, The Shire has maintained its rightful spot on our list of imaginary places we’d totally visit if they were real, so it’s no surprise that we’re beyond enthused at the possibility of spending a night (or several) in this delightfully whimsical village full of tiny houses.

At the WeeCasa Tiny House resort, the fantasy-fulfilling locale is literally the stuff of a “Lord of the Rings” lover’s dreams, particularly for those of us who’d rather spend three days sleeping in a hobbit house than building one. Dubbed the world’s largest tiny house resort, WeeCasa sits on the outskirts of the Rocky Mountain National Park in Lyons, Colorado. Guests are invited to take their pick from 22 different tiny homes that range in size from 135 to 400 square feet.

The uniquely designed hobbit house was built by Incredible Tiny Homes and is small enough to maintain its rustic charm but roomy enough to comfortably accommodate four people. The entryway features a signature Hobbit-style round door that leads to a wood-clad interior, complete with a kitchen (including a full-size fridge, a four-burner stove/oven and microwave), living area with a fold-out sofa that’s perfect for lounging or snoozing and a sleeping loft with a queen-sized bed that can be accessed by a staircase. The structure also has a tiny bathroom with a shower, flushing toilet, and sink. An electric fireplace heater helps to keep the small space warm while adding to the naturally cozy vibes.

Rates for the hobbit house start at $199 a night. For more information on how it feels to hole up in a very special tiny house that Frodo and friends would totally approve of, check out the WeeCasa website for more listings, availability, rates, and photos.

h/t Inhabitat