Most adventurers would expect to find different types of buildings and homes across Middle-Earth. There are quite a few differences between the homes of dwarves and hobbits, for example. But many adventurers might not expect to find such variety in a land predominantly populated by Man.
Wattle and Daub
A lot of the buildings spread across Bree-Land are constructed in the traditional wattle and daub. The city of Bree is a prime example. Many of the buildings, including the Prancing Pony, are constructed either entirely or partly in this style.
Tents are a much less permanent alternative to most housing options, but they are found across Bree-Land. Most notably, shop keepers use these to set up temporary storefronts along the main city thoroughfare, hoping to attract patrons with brightly colored signs and tents. Tents can be crafted from all sorts of materials, though primarily fabrics such as canvas, cotton or felt.
GVSU Renaissance Festival, Allendale, MI (noon)
Bree, Bree-Land (morning)
Gazebos are primarily used as a gathering place for festivals or shelter from a sudden downpour of rain. They are not typically used as a residence, but the shelter a gazebo provides has been known to keep a sleeping hobbit or three dry from the rain after a particularly rousing night at the tavern.
Michigan Renaissance Festival, Holly, MI (afternoon)
Staddle, Bree-Land (afternoon)
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