This is the lodging of the strange and powerful Tom Bombadil and his wife, the River-Daughter Goldberry.

Deed: The Old Forest

Old Forest: 32.7S, 57.3W

"There was Tom Bombadil’s house before them, up, down, under hill. Behind it…the land lay grey and bare, and beyond that the dark shapes of the Barrow-downs stalked away into the eastern night."

- The Lord of the Rings™

Tom Bombadil, the master of wood, water, and hill in the Old Forest, lives in a simple stone house adorned with beautiful flowers and lush gardens. Travelers in trouble may hear his merry singing and be granted refuge in the home of the River-daughter, where an ancient strength keeps the shadows of the Barrow-downs at bay.

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