No need for J.R.R Tolkien fans to trek to Middle Earth to get a slice of Hobbiton - just head to the English countryside instead.
Hidden away in the middle of vineyard in East Sussex lies a quirky home inspired by the beloved Hobbit and Lord of the Rings books, and it's just like stepping into a real-life storybook.
Of course, film fans will know that the Hobbiton movie set in New Zealand from the beloved film adaptations - but New Zealand isn't exactly accessible right now. (Nor is it the most budget-friendly of trips!).
The Hobbit House was build by local craftsmen and is buried into a bank overlooking a valley, which just happens to be a similar set up to the houses where the Hobbits reside.Read more on mirror.co.uk