The house used as the home of Arthur Shelby in the hit television series Peaky Blinders is now available to rent as a holiday destination.

The cottage, located at Hawthorn Bank in Cheshire, was used in series four of the BBC programme as Arthur and Linda Shelby’s cottage as they attempted a quieter life away from the mean streets of Birmingham.

Now, returning to the real world, the owners of the property have listed the building on popular holiday home booking website Airbnb as available to rent. “Your opportunity to stay in a Peaky Blinders set,” the description reads. “Used as Arthur’s house for the new yet to air series four (but renovated with modern creature comforts!) and in the charming Tatton Estate village of Rostherne right next to Tatton Park.

“Please note normally four-night minimum stay, however we can sometimes facilitate shorter stays for a premium. We do we only accept such bookings within two months of your stay.”

The listing also explains that the property is ‘of an age’ and parts date back to the 13th century. Despite that, the listing adds a modern luxury that even Arthur Shelby himself would struggle to turn down: “Hot tubs can be available from our suppliers, please ask us for a quote,” it reads.

Blimey.

See the full listing, here.

(Credit: BBC)

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