Lord of the Rings fans can travel to Middle-earth and live like a Hobbit for just £5 a night.
Hobbiton Village in New Zealand, where Martin Freeman’s young Bilbo Baggins and others in the movie lived, is listed on Airbnb.
Guests can get their very own Hobbithole underground home and enjoy a beer-filled evening feast at The Green Dragon Inn.
They can have their own second breakfast and take a private behind-the-scenes tour of the set.
The facility is normally open to visitors and usually costs NZ$225 for a two-hour tour, but this is the first time tourists can stay overnight.
Coming soon after the long-awaited release amazon prime The video Lord of the Rings show explores a new story that precedes JRR Tolkien’s Fellowship of the Ring.
New show cast members include Robert Aramayoaged 27, played a younger version of the lead Eddard Stark in Game of Thrones, as well as Owain Arthur, Nazanin Boniadi, Tom Budge and Morphid Clarke.
Series regulars also include Ismael Cruz Cordova, Emma Horvath, Markella Cavena, Joseph Maul, Tyro Muhafidin, Sofia Nombete, Megan Richards, Dylan Smith, Charlie Vickers and Daniel Wayman. will be
standing entertainer Lenny Henry also appears in the first series.
Jeff Bezos’ streaming channel reportedly paid £200 million just to secure the TV rights to the author’s work, and in return the property that controls the copyrights for most of his books. agreed to expand on the events mentioned by the writer.
But if you’re expecting the hairy-legged hobbit we know and love, you’ll be disappointed – because there’s none in the series.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/20698772/lord-rings-fans-stay-hobbit-set/ Inside the Lord of the Rings ‘Hobbit House’ you can rent on Airbnb for just £5 a night