Is it their love for all the good things in life — food, ale, and quiet lives? Or their love for finding adventures in the great beyond? Either way, we love the hobbits from J.R.R. Tolkein's Lord of the Rings universe. While we've wished more than once to be magically transported to their world, now, you can actually come close at these hobbit houses in Washington.\nThere's more than one thing in common between The Shire and our Evergreen State — for one, both of them are located in the northwest regions of their worlds. Their landscapes are filled with forests, farms, hills, and trees.\nSo, it's not too surprising that we have more than one hobbit hole in the region. They're dotting the countryside and deep within the woods too. Here are all the spots you can find them.\nUnderground Hygge\nAddress: Orondo, Washington\nWhy You Need To Go: You can rent this cozy Middle-Earth hangout and live like a hobbit for $200 a night + get spectacular views of the Columbia River Gorge from Washington's rolling hills.\n View this post on Instagram #Repost @pnwwriter⠀ ---⠀ We finally got the chance to visit the Hobbit House @thehobbitinn in Orondo, WA! Here's a short video and review of our stay:⠀ http://bit.ly/HyggeHobbitInn⠀ #hobbitinn #thehobbitinn #hobbit #thehobbit #lotr #lordoftherings #pnw #washingtonstate ⠀ #pacificnorthwest #lakechelan #orondo⠀ --- A post shared by The Hobbit Hole (@thehobbitinn) on Oct 1, 2019 at 7:45am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\nThe Brothers Greenhouses\nAddress: 3200 Victory Dr. SW, Port Orchard, WA \nWhy You Need To Go: You can go on a plant safari at this spot + buy the shrubs from The Shire. The cottage is free to visit and snap pictures to your hobbit-loving heart's content. \n View this post on Instagram Welcome to my crib✌🏻 A post shared by @ harpermichaelss on Jul 9, 2019 at 10:40am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\nGuillemot Cove Stump House\nAddress: 19235 NW Stavis Bay Rd, Seabeck, WA\nWhy you should go: An easy, 2.5-mile roundtrip hike will take you to this charming house in the woods. It'll make you think happy animals or hobbits live there, for sure! Find it here.\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kaylee Wonder DMD (@drkayleewonder) on Mar 2, 2019 at 7:09pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\nForest House\nAddress: 2500-2898, Raccoon Point Rd, Eastsound, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: This treehouse is called the Hobbit House for a reason. It's magically connected by bridges, is secluded, comes with epic sea views perfect for de-stressing + living that gnome life! \n View this post on Instagram View from the tower room at forest house. Divine place to relax and drink in the forest silence. #foresthouse #foresthouseorcasislandwa #orcasislandwa #30thanniversary #30thanniversarytrip A post shared by Linda Hansen (@missmabelstudio) on Oct 20, 2019 at 3:06pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\nSpokane Hobbit House\nAddress: 3525 W. Second, Spokane, WA \nWhy You Need To Go: The actual hobbit house set in New Zealand inspired this full-sized dwelling. Although it's only available to view from outside, they host regular free book exchanges, geocaching and scavenger hunts. \n View this post on Instagram “Remember it was a Hobbit so very small who did big things & saved them all.” #spokanehobbithouse A post shared by Ryan Oelrich (@roelrich) on May 12, 2019 at 11:59am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\nGnome House Chalet\nAddress: Eastsound, WA \nWhy You Need To Go: Surrounded by everything from wildfowl marshes to fruit orchards, ponds, meadows, and farms, you can pretend to be a hobbit at this quaint cottage.\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Gnome House Chalet | Airbnb\n \n \n \nWebsite\n\nHall Of Mosses\nAddress: Hoh Valley Rd, Forks, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: We know this isn't a hobbit house, but hear us out: You'll feel like you're in the Old Forest from The Lord of The Rings at this enchanting mossy wonder which is an easy 0.8-mile hike. \n View this post on Instagram Looking for where the wild things are... 👹 A post shared by Madeline Lu (@lumadeline) on Sep 24, 2018 at 9:01am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.