Most of the other hobbit holes in Hobbiton are decorated a lot more than this one, with trinkets everywhere, seats or benches, or at least some paint on the door. This one was snuggled away into the hill, with a plain brown door, and only a few pots and a tea tray for decoration. It was easily overlooked, but I really liked its style which didn't match appropriately with the rest.
Hobbiton, by the way, is awesome. Worth the trip to New Zealand, alone, but it certainly helps that the country has much more to offer than a sheep farm with some hobbit holes set into the hillside.