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‘Rocky Horror’ castle is a real hotel fans can stay in. You can now enjoy Frank-N-Furter’s freaky house of horrors.
While the hotel boasts 118 bedrooms, fans of the movie who book a stay at the Rocky Horror castle will want to make sure to book one of the nine “mansion suites” inside Oakley Court, as these are the only hotel rooms that are part of the manor’s original structure.
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Oakley Court Hotel, Windsor, Berkshire. Over 200 films were made that featured the house or it's grounds. As well as The Rocky Horror Picture Show, many of the Hammer House of Horror and the St.Trinians films were made at Oakley Court. Here's a few to start you off: The House in Nightmare Park, The Reptile, Dracula and Half a Sixpence.
Rocky Horror Show . The Rocky Horror Picture Show is an iconic musical, comedy and horror film directed by Jim Sharman. Adapted from the original musical stage production, the 1975 film tells the story of a newly engaged couple whose car breaks down in a desolate area.
Checking In: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Castle is Now a Regal Boutique Hotel by Steve Larese • Oct 28, 2015 If you know the steps to the Time Warp , you’ve probably already seen Oakley Court Hotel , if only in a movie theater during a midnight screening.
The gothic country house film setting for Dracula and the Rocky Horror Picture Show is going on sale. Oakley Court, which is currently used as a hotel, is being sold after the hotel business went ...
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a 1975 musical horror comedy film by 20th Century Fox produced by Lou Adler and Michael White and directed by Jim Sharman. The screenplay was written by Sharman and actor Richard O'Brien, who is also a member of the cast.
Oakley Court. Oakley Court is a Victorian Gothic country house set in 35 acres (140,000 m 2) overlooking the River Thames at Water Oakley in the civil parish of Bray in the English county of Berkshire. It was built in 1859 and is currently a luxury hotel. It is a Grade II* listed building that has been often used as a film location.