Filming is now underway for the sixth and final series of BBC hit show Peaky Blinders.
Set in industrial Birmingham, the show follows Tommy Shelby and his family – including fan favourite Arthur – as they navigate (and dominate) the criminal underworld.
And now fans of the show can book a stay at Arthur Shelby’s countryside house, though you won’t have to go to Birmingham to stay there.
Hawthorn Bank is actually in the village of Rostherne in Cheshire. Eagle-eyed fans will notice that the lounge was used as one of the interior sets for Arthur’s home in the fourth series of Stephen Knight’s show.
Right beside the beautiful, historic Tatton Park Estate, the property is up for rent on Vrbo.
With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, it’d be a perfect full family getaway for when lockdown restrictions ease – it accommodates up to eight people and you can even take your pet, as long as you keep them off the furnishings.
While part of the house retains vintage furnishings, the property has a very modern bathroom and a kitchen from which you can prepare meals to share in the dining room.
Thankfully, you won’t be at risk of any threatening ‘Black Hand’ notes from Luca Changretta’s crew – it’ll just be a relaxing break in the country.
The property is available from £180 per night, with a minimum stay of four nights. Shorter bookings can be facilitated, but it’ll come at a premium.
You can even ask to have a hot tub delivered, for ultimate luxury.
So, we’ll be off to Arthur’s for a post-war party, then. By order of the Peaky Blinders.