Tag Archive: Bag End

The Hobbit Hole – A Miniature Bag End

Coming to Australia – Background: It is documented in other places that I have been a fan of Professor Tolkien since the mid seventies and have been collecting books and memorabilia ever since. After I retired from teaching it became my desire to share my collection with others through displays at libraries and other venues….

A Visit to The Hobbit Hole: A Hobbit’s Pantry

 A Hobbit’s Pantry. A small door in the kitchen leads to A Hobbit’s Treasure Trove, a Pantry full of food. Stepping into the pantry is stepping into a gastronomic delight. There is food all around of many different varieties that would keep any Hobbit and his guests satisfied for a long time. To your immediate…

A Visit to The Hobbit Hole: A Hobbit’s Kitchen

A Hobbit’s Kitchen: You are now invited to make your way to the Kitchen which you enter through a round doorway from the Living Room.     There are so many items in the kitchen it is hard to imagine that anything has been over looked. The floor of the room is made of stone…

A Visit to The Hobbit Hole: A Hobbit’s Bedroom

A Hobbit’s Bedroom The bedroom is a delightful room full of items and furniture that make it both cosy and welcoming.  The immediate thing you notice is the comfortable bed with the beautiful patch work quilt and matching pillow on it. Nearby is a fireplace with decorated panels on each side. On the opposite wall…

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.   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…

A Visit to The Hobbit Hole: The Bag End Living Room.

The Bag End Living Room: As you step into the Living Room you realise you are surrounded by many familiar items, replicas from the Fellowship of the Rings Movie. Directly ahead is an impressive, brown, wooden framed fireplace and on the mantelpiece above are a number of items, including, a clock (yes, Hobbits had clocks-P27,…