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Montreal Families

Spend a night in a Hobbit House

If you’re a fan of Lord of the Rings and looking for a little adventure, you could be in luck.

Laurentians-based travel accommodation company Toits du Monde is offering guests the chance to live like Frodo in their newly-opened Hobbit House. The company, which specializes in “unusual and ecological” accommodations, is adding the Hobbit House to their list of rentals, which includes a treehouse, a Native tipi, and a Mongolian Yurt.

The house sleeps four (or five if one is a child), and includes a propane stove for cooking, basic shower, composting toilet, wood stove and outdoor fire pit.

Activities in the area include cycling, canoeing and beach volleyball in the summer and snowshoeing, guided nature walks, ice fishing, and skating in the winter.  As the house is just under a kilometre from the parking lot, luggage and transport by dog sled is available upon request.

Toits du Monde is located in Nomininque, Quebec, about 200km north of Montreal. Hobbit House costs $150/night for one or two people, and $20 per additional person over 16 (children are free).

For reservations, call 1-819-278-0483 or visit lestoitsdumonde.ca.

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