Building a Hobbit Hole would not be an easy thing to do. However, the 42 hobbit holes on display at Hobbiton were all beautifully crafted and meticulously detailed. Each home was decorated according to that Hobbit’s trade. Thus, the fisherman’s house was decorated with drying fish. The cheesemakers was decorated with drying cheese and the woodcarver had his tools lying around an unfinished project. Building a hobbit hole was even harder for the film crew as they had to build it with materials that would last for years unlike how they usually build sets. When they build a set, they typically use materials that are easy to mold and will tear down easily. When we get home, maybe Liam and I will think about building a hobbit hole in the backyard. That would be fun!