A Visit to The Hobbit Hole: A Hobbit’s Bathroom.

A Hobbit’s Bathroom:

Leaving the Living Room, you walk back through the Entrance Hall to the next round doorway which leads into the Bathroom.

to Bathroom


Opposite to the door is an inviting stone fireplace which keeps the room nice and warm. On the floor you observe a basket of coal, a small rack of fireplace tools and a white porcelain pot with a carry handle (most likely for adding water to the bath).

A shelf is above the fireplace. On the shelf are various items including, a razor, a comb, a hand mirror, a washer, small bottles a shaving brush in a small mug and a small vase with a flower in it. On the wall is a gold framed mirror.

To the right of the fire place is a white bath tub with a small soap rack hanging on the side and in the rack is a cake of soap.


Next to the tub is a small dresser with a couple of drawers and a shelf that has towels neatly placed on it. On top of the dresser is a water pitcher in a bowl, surrounded by a lamp, bottles and soap in a dish.



On the wall you will notice a small picture of Lothlorien and a small mirror.

To the left of the entrance door way is a large bucket with towels in it and a pot stand which has a plant hanging from it. There is another door here, which leads to the bedroom.

On the other side of this door is a wooden rack with fresh white towels hanging from it.

The floor of the Bathroom is made of stone tiles and on it lays a patterned mat with a red centre and dark border.




It all looks neat and tidy and, very inviting to enjoy a warm, relaxing soak in the tub.

The doorway to the left leads to Bilbo’s Bedroom, which we will visit next to view all the interesting things in there.

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