The Forsaken Inn is a location, presumably constructed by men during the Third Age in the Northern part of Middle-earth. It was mentioned only once in Tolkien's published works; in The Lord of the Rings, Aragorn II Elessar is in discussion with the Ringbearer Frodo Baggins about the road from Bree to Rivendell, and says, "none have measured the road between Rivendell and the Forsaken Inn, a day's ride east of Bree."
This road, the Great East Road, was used years earlier by Bilbo Baggins, yet the Forsaken Inn is not specifically mentioned in Bilbo's memoirs, There and Back Again (aka The Hobbit). However it is stated that the group was about to leave 'hobbit-lands' with 'an inn or two' that came to an end on the edges of the Lone-lands, in Chapter Two (Roast Mutton) of The Hobbit.
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