This “hobbit hole” near Toronto is a cozy winter getaway (PHOTOS)
Looking for a unique getaway this winter? It is perhaps the most unconventional destination you could ask for. Located less than 2.5 hours from Toronto near In Indian Point Provincial Park, you’ll find a real hobbit hole made of dirt, built into a hill on a rural farm. There is no more off-grid than that!
You will feel like a little creature of the woods in this adorable accommodation, which stays warm in winter. It’s definitely a rustic experience, much like camping but with a few extra amenities.
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The hobbit house provides minimal electricity, just enough for lighting and charging the phone. You’ll need to prepare yourself with your own propane and bedding, but there are cooking utensils and a queen-size bed with a mattress cover and a cot that sleeps one.
In summer, you can take a dip in the spring-fed swimming hole a few steps from your door. Plus, you can breathe easy knowing the hobbit’s house is ozonated after every stay to kill germs and odors.
The unique rental is located on a working farm, so guests planning to visit children or pets are urged to closely supervise them at all times. You can also expect to see tons of animals during your stay, including horses and dogs.
There are all kinds of accessories you can purchase with your stay, including winter activities, romantic picnics, firewood, propane barbecue rentals and more.
To find out more about this enchanting little corner and book your getaway, Click here.