Peaky Blinders fans can stay in Arthur Shelby’s house from the hit TV show – from £49pp a night

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.

If you feel chilly, there is a fireplace with logs for when the evenings get cold.

Stays start from £180 per night with minimum four-night stays although you can book for just two nights.

You can even request a hot tub for additional costs which is private for guests to use.

Pets are welcome, so you can take your dog, and can also request extra perks such as flowers or champagne is celebrating a special event.

It was recently announced that Peaky Blinders will end with a sixth and final series as the Shelbys fight for their lives – and production has already started.

The hit BBC drama had to delay production on the series six due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it has been revealed today that filming has now begun.

The show's producer also confirmed that they will be creating a Peaky Blinders film.

Steven Knight told Deadline: "My plan from the beginning was to end Peaky with a movie. This is what is going to happen."

We've rounded up some of the filming locations of the TV show, which is set in Birmingham.

However, many of the locations used are actually in Manchester and Merseyside.

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