If Hobbits were to live in trees, just like the elves in Lothlórien did, then their houses would look exactly like this one. Built 16 feet above the ground, this hobbit house has everything to take you to the mythical lands of Lord of The Rings. Inside one can find Elvish-language signs; a mask worn by Sauron; a gauntlet with the gold ring; a TV; Gondor banners and Hobbit-feet slippers that are specially tailored for all age groups.
The Hobbit house is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota and is the property of a Gordon Mack; a man who was inspired by the beloved Lord of the Rings films to create this “magical” tree house. If you want to live here, you have to book the country house that it’s attached to. It’s called the Chateau De Soleil, and the four-bedroom building can accommodate up to 16 people at a time.