Hobbit Hill glamping pods

Hobbit Hill

Sleeps up to 4
Guests Per Unit

1 Bedroom
Accommodation

Suitable for Groups Suitable for Families Camp Fires

We have five cosy Hobbit cabins on site. Cabin 1-2 offer that little bit of luxury.

Cabin one has a king size bed and cabin two offers a double bed. Both fitted with a contemporary feel to the interior. Hobbit cabins 3-5 feature two bunk beds in each which can accommodate four people.

Cabins include cabin 1-2;King, Double bed, cabin 3-5 bunk beds, heated towel rail, wall heater,table and chairs,full size fridge,kettle and toaster,microwave,power sockets,storage trunk,hanging rails,hooks duvets and linens, pillows,bin,dust pans,mirror clock washing-up bowel, glasses,side lamps,Fire pits, fire blankets.

We also provide wood for the fire pits which can be purchased on the site.

Ribble Valley is one of those places you will fall in love with and want to return to again and again. Ribble Valley is acknowledged as one of the most popular places in the country to both live and work, it is set within the Forest of Bowland, a recognised Area of Outstanding Beauty. From breathtaking vistas and valleys to star-studded skies, Ribble Valley offers a perfect environment for lovers of outdoor pursuits.

Exploring forests and fells by bike, climbing the majestic Pendle Hill or taking a leisurely stroll through soul-soothing countryside, you can choose your own level of activity and relaxation.

Along with the scenic splendour, you’ll discover charming towns and picturesque villages which are dotted with independent shops, fabulous food producers and dog-friendly pubs.

Tolkein's son attended Stonyhurst College, one of the main sights to see on the walk, and Tolkien used to visit him often. In fact he wrote sections of the Lord of the Rings whilst staying at the school and drew plenty inspiration for Middle Earth from the surrounding countryside, with places like Hurst Green, Jumbles Farm and Cromwell’s Bridge all coming together in his head to form parts of the Shire.

You can expect to see plenty of stunning scenery whilst making your way around the Tolkien Trail, from the lush woodlands to the commanding presence of Pendle Hill in the distance and of course the lazy meanderings of the Rivers Hodder and Ribble that frame the route.

The Tolkien Trail follows a circular route with plenty of flat terrain and easy pathways so that it should be easy enough for all, although at just under six miles long it will take around 3 hours to complete.

Private Features

BBQ
Bedding
Camp Fire
Electricity
Picnic Table
Running Water
Toilets

Shared Features

Camp Fires
Seating Areas
Showers
Toilets
Washing Up

Food & Drink

Picnics

Things To Do

Bar/Pub
Climbing
Cycling
Hiking
Horseriding
Sightseeing

Things To Bring

Basic Provisions
Bikes
Bucket & Spades
First Aid Kit
Surfboards
Torches
Towels

Accommodate

Suitable for Couples
Suitable for Families
Suitable for Groups

Hobbit Hill glamping pods

Hobbit Hill

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