Film & TV locations that you can rent in the UK – from Arthur Shelby’s home in Peaky Blinders to Doc Martin’s surgery
ALWAYS fancied spending the night in a home that's been featured on TV or in your favourite film?
There are properties across the UK where you do just that, and they don't require you to splash the cash either.
Whether you've seen every Harry Potter film and Game of Throne episode, or loved TV dramas like Doc Martin and Last of the Summer Wine, there's a property available for true fans.
Witness your favourite film and TV scenes come to life at the properties that span the UK, from Suffolk to Cornwall, West Yorkshire to Cheshire.
They're also all relatively affordable to rent, with stays starting from just £11 per person a night.
Here are the best ones to book now.
Peaky Blinders fans can stay in the house which features in the show as the home of Arthur Shelby.
Located in Cheshire in the village of Rostherne, the house featured in series four. Of course, Hawthorn Bank has modern upgrades for guests which didn't feature in the series.
The three-bedroom property can sleep up to eight people, with a double room, twin room, single room and a sofa-bed in the main living room. There are also two dining rooms and living rooms, making it perfect for entertaining.
Stays start from £50 per person a night based on eight sharing in May. You can even request a hot tub for additional costs which is private for guests to use.
Fern Cottage in Port Isaac, Cornwall is used as the surgery in the television series, Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes.
Its a pretty detached stone cottage with amazing views over Port Isaac harbour, the quaint village and the sea.
Inside there's room for four guests with two bedrooms, a sitting room with a stone fireplace, beamed ceiling and slate floor, a dining room with a log burner and a modern galley kitchen.
Guests also have a private garden at the back of the cottage with sea views.
Stays start from £57 per person a night, based on four sharing in April. There's a minimum three-night stay.
Fans of Netflix’s high school comedy-drama, Sex Education, can stay at the home of high schooler Otis and his mum Jean, played by Gillan Anderson.
The Chalet, a Norwegian wooden house in Symonds Yat East, Herefordshire, has room for 10 people and is located near Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean with cycle trails and a river nearby for canoeing and fishing.
Fans will recognise certain rooms in the house from many of the scenes between Otis and Jean.
Guests can rent the whole house and stay from £75 per person a night, and there's a minimum stay of four nights.
Last Of The Summer Wine
Fans of the Last Of The Summer Wine can take a trip down memory lane by booking a stay in Nora Batty’s cottage.
The television home of the famous battle axe sits next to the river in the town of Holmfirth in Yorkshire, has two double bedrooms, a kitchen / diner, a spacious living room and a bathroom that are all fitted out with a retro feel.
The steps to the property are almost as famous and thousands of fans visit them every year for a photo opportunity.
As well as the cottage itself, fans of the show will be able to discover the locations of plenty of their favourite moments as the entire programme was filmed around the town of Holmfirth.
Costing £300 for the week, it will set you back just £11 per person a night when staying with three others.
Game of Thrones
Go behind the scenes of Game of Thrones with a stay at The Potter's Cottage, a cosy property that sits on the historic farmyard of Castle Ward, which provided the backdrop for Winterfell in the first series.
Based in Downpatrick, County Down, in Ireland, the cottage has white-washed stone walls, a kitchen, a sitting/dining room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Key scenes from the TV drama are right on your doorstep, from the Whispering Wood to the clock tower just next to the cottage. There’s even a replica of the Winterfell Archery Range in the courtyard outside.
Stay from £55 per person a night based on four people sharing.
Potterheads can book a stay at De Vere House, which is the property that featured in the films as Harry's childhood home.
Harry and Hermione stumble upon Potter cottage in Godric's Hollow during Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
Based in Lavenham, Suffolk, which was the location of the fictional village Godric’s Hollow in the films, two guests can now rent a room in the house.
Inside, you can enjoy four poster beds and a traditional English breakfast.
Guests can stay from £195 a night, which works out at £97.50 per person a night. There's a minimum two-night stay.
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