Saltburn supporters are video themselves racing through massive mansions on TikTok, and people are keen to follow suit, much like every other craze on the platform.
The current psychological thriller that has everyone talking stars Barry Keoghan and Jacob Elordi as Oliver Quick and Felix Catton, two Oxford University friends who spend the summer together at the latter’s family’s opulent house.
It’s also raised eyebrows for a number of frightening sequences, including a jaw-dropping bathtub scene that has everyone yearning for Jacob Elordi’s bath water.
At the conclusion of the film, Barry Keoghan’s character dances through the exquisite stately mansion to Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s 2001 hit song Murder on the Dancefloor, which inspired the recent TikTok craze.
Fear not, those of us who do not own big houses or castles to revel in.
Here are eight UK holiday homes and manor houses that would be ideal for your own Murder on the Dancefloor moment.
This privately owned manor home has been serving beautiful, traditional-meets-contemporary realness since the 15th century.
The villa, located in the English countryside of Gloucestershire, features five bedrooms, several of which have beautiful garden views, and can accommodate up to 12 people.
The Airbnb advertisement, which is ideal for Saltburn enthusiasts, also encourages guests to’soak in a deep bubble bath’. There’s also a wood-burning fireplace, wooden beam ceilings, gilt mirrors, oil paintings, and a crystal chandelier over the main dining table.
The home is available throughout January, but a seven-night minimum stay is required at a cost of £25,000 a night.
The old home of Jane Austen’s brother Henry is a townhouse in Marylebone, London.
It has six magnificent bedrooms, halls covered with art, opulent sitting spaces, and six distinct bedrooms.
‘It was like staying in an amazing art gallery, historical monument and Willy Wonka’s house all in one,’ said Airbnb customer Paul after a September 2022 stay at the property.
When you’re not recording Saltburn TikToks, you can get a glimpse of how Henry’s private crew lives. The house is available for the majority of January, with rates starting at £4,170 per night.
This South Wales castle should be high on your list of places to film in Saltburn if you want a more mediaeval feel.
Fitted with a mix of replica and antique furnishings, it has five bedrooms that can accommodate up to eighteen guests. For those who choose to live like a lord, there is a spiral staircase.
Take a look at all the red and wood tones.
The minimum stay for guests is two nights, and dates starting in mid-January and going up to £650 per night are available.
Although it has undergone a thorough repair recently, this 1710 rural mansion has all of its historic charm. Hinwick House boasts 20 bedrooms that can accommodate up to 16 guests, opulent four-poster beds, and glittering chandeliers that Sia would kill to swing from.
This property was one of the nine top wedding locations in the UK that Condé Nast Traveller featured last year. But you need go no farther if your goal for this year’s TikTok is viral fame rather than vows.
Though it’s now on special, Hinwick House is by no means inexpensive. The price for a single night starts at £3,282.
Take a peek into the bathtub while we’re here!
Imagine yourself moving through this mediaeval fortress in your undies. Nestled amongst the Teesdale environment, this 1560-era building is the ideal setting for an adventure reminiscent of Saltburn.
Inside is a chamber with elaborately carved ceiling beams made from oak trees that were felled more than 400 years ago, and a large oak dining table. The rich hues are a reflection of the Tudors’ passion for deep greens, reds, and gold.
It contains one bedroom and one bathroom, and it costs £161 per night. A minimum three-night stay is required of all visitors, and there are still openings for mid-January and mid-February.
Tucked away in the breathtaking countryside of Durham lies this Grade-II listed Jacobean castle.
Is it contributing to the Saltburn vibes? There’s a huge entry hall that leads to a grand staircase, an iron gated dungeon, and a spacious dining table that can seat up to 32 people.
You had best not ruin this castle’s groove.
There are twelve bathrooms and eleven bedrooms in the sleeping quarters. It’s important to note that reservations need a minimum stay of two nights, and January and February have limited availability. That will cost you £854 per night.
This fifteenth-century mansion, with nine bedrooms and space for over sixteen guests, feels like it would be a perfect fit for Felix’s eccentric family.
It’s easy to understand why this lodging is well-liked considering that the train ride to St. Albans from London takes only 22 minutes.
Once inside, there’s a huge wooden dining table for all of your theatrical reenactments of Saltburn (as well as food, of course) and plenty of wine.
It costs from £1,550 per night and requires guests to stay for at least two nights.
Built in the 1860s, this Georgian estate features a tennis court, swimming pool, and helicopter landing area.
The inside, where you’ll record your TikToks, is as charming, with spacious rooms furnished with beautiful artwork and a piano to fulfil all of your desires for an opulent encounter.
The eight bedrooms and six bathrooms on the listing can only accommodate 16 guests, so heed this warning. Quiet time starts at 11 p.m., so you will need to finish your films before then. This one has a minimum stay of three nights and costs £955 per night.