Montana April 01, 2019
Few People Realize There’s A Hobbit House In Montana Where You Can Stay The Night
From treehouses to tepees, we’ve certainly got our share of creative accommodations here in Montana. But when it comes to one-of-a-kind experiences, nothing tops our beautiful hobbit house, otherwise known as the Shire of Montana. If you were ever a Lord of the Rings fan (or you just enjoy unique experiences), you owe it to yourself to stay here.
The Shire of Montana is located in the Trout Creek, in a quiet and remote valley.
This is a fully private guesthouse, so you won't have to share the space.
Inside you'll find a cozy living room, a full-sized kitchen, a full bathroom, a large bedroom with a king bed, and a tiny guest room.
Despite the playful nature of the place, the owners have politely requested that only adults (or children over 12) enjoy the space, as nothing here is kid proof.
But as comfortable as the interior is, you'll want to spend plenty of time outside.
You can cook your dinner on the grill, then enjoy it on the outdoor deck.
The outdoor space has been perfectly designed to simulate an enchanted forest.
No detail was overlooked when creating this fairy land.
Take a walk on the property at dusk and you never know what you'll find.
Let your imagination run wild.
Despite its appearance and remote location, the property comes equipped with all the comforts of home.
Guests will enjoy hot water and power, a washer and dryer, cable TV, and Wifi, plus cooking utensils and a coffee maker.
Unsurprisingly, this property has been voted one of the Best Movie Themed Hotels in the World.
It has also been mentioned in plenty of publications, like The Discovery Channel, USA Today, and HGTV.
As you may have guessed, these aren't exactly budget accommodations. A stay here averages $345 - $395 per night, and there's a two night minimum.
However, this is also a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and past guests will agree that it's well worth the splurge.
You can book your stay at The Shire of Montana
on VRBO. And here’s a longer list of out-of-the-box accommodations in the Treasure State.