A leading holiday rental marketplace has revealed how much it would cost to stay in homes featured in some of the most iconic Christmas films. Using its internal property data, the platform took into account location, size and facilities to calculate the per night price for each home. Unsurprisingly Amanda Hobb’s L.A mansion, featured in the hit Christmas film, The Holiday, tops the list as the costliest rental at £1,570 per night.
A leading holiday rental marketplace has used its internal price data to calculate the per night cost to let homes featured in some of the most iconic Christmas films.
Taking into account location, square footage and facilities such as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, Snaptrip have calculated the per night cost to rent each property.
Properties featured on the list include Iris Simpkin’s iconic Surrey cottage in The Holiday, the McAllister family home from Home Alone and Susan Walker’s dream house in Miracle on 34th Street (1994).
The top five most expensive holiday lets from Christmas films are:
Unsurprisingly, the property that is the most expensive to let on a per night basis is Amanda Hobb’s L.A Mansion, located in San Marino, California. San Marino is one of the most affluent residential cities in Los Angeles, and ranked 78th in a list of America’s richest places.
The property used in The Holiday has nine bedrooms, five bathrooms and over 10,300 square feet of living space, as well as a large swimming pool and premium location. Snaptrip estimates that it would cost £1,570 a night to let this sprawling mansion.
The Hobb’s New York family apartment from hit Christmas film, Elf, came in at a close second with a price of £1,100 a night. Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the luxurious property has an elevator and private doorman, as well as a study and spacious kitchen and dining room.
Snaptrip estimates that the apartment likely has three bedrooms, high ceilings, casement windows and hardwood flooring, which is typical for apartments located in the Art Deco buildings of the Upper West Side.
Matt Fox, CEO and co-founder of Snaptrip.com, said,
“It’s common for films to feature amazing properties, that often either leave adults stumped as to how on earth these characters afford such a home or curious as to how much it would cost to stay there. So, we thought with our expertise and knowledge, and Christmas around the corner, it would be fun to find out how much a night’s stay would be in some of the most iconic Christmas film homes!
“Unsurprisingly the L.A mansion from The Holiday tops the list, with its premium location and luxurious amenities, you really would be paying big bucks to let this property. Some might be surprised that a four-bedroom villa in France costs just £10 more than a two-bedroom cottage inSurrey, but as ever, location is often what makes a property expensive.