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The '''All-Welcome Inn''' was an inn in [[the Shire]]
. It is named as such only in the 1960 rewrite of ''[[ The Hobbit]] '', published in ''[[ The History of The Hobbit: Return to Bag-End]] '', so it may not be considered canonical. |+|
The '''All-Welcome Inn''' was an inn in [[the Shire]]of [], [[to ]], .
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|−|The inn was built just west of [[Frogmorton]], where the [[Northway]] meets the [[Great East Road]]. It was to be one of the stops of [[Thorin and Company]]. |+|
was the of ''[[The Hobbit]]''
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|This article is non-canon.
The All-Welcome Inn was an inn in the Shire, just west of Frogmorton, where the Northway met the Great East Road. It was to be one of the stops of Thorin and Company.
This establishment was named only in the 1960 rewrite of The Hobbit which was never completed.
J.R.R. Tolkien, John D. Rateliff (ed.), The History of The Hobbit, Return to Bag-End, "The Fifth Phase", "Timelines and Itinerary", "i. Distances and Itinerary", p. 815