Where to find it: Tucked away on the north east edge of the site, above the Theatre Field. This campsite is a 10-15 minute walk from the main gate. Most full by Wednesday early afternoon. Your Trip has too many items in it. With Yurtel you can be sure that we take your fun very seriously.
By Public Entrance Gate B for easy access and a painless departure with your kids. All that beauty is hiding, however, a grizzly and fascinating past you'll want to explore. Alternatively, cycle to the festival to bag exclusive access to showers in the bike camping zone. Insider tips: Get here early. Please note you will need to present this ticket on arrival when checking in at your accommodation at Worthy View. Verdict Ideal if you plan to hang out by the Pyramid stage for the majority of your time there, but forget about it if you're turning up on the Thursday. Bars: Real ale obviously is a speciality at the rustic Cockmill, in the middle of the field.
Where are the other stages and main locations? The finest service and accommodation in the ideal location combined with our private shuttle into the Festival will all help make Glastonbury 2019 one that you will never forget. Well, you can't, because Michael Eavis shuts them all away whilst the festival is on. But, if you prefer your history seasoned with a few myths and legends you'll love exploring the remains of Glastonbury Abbey. Glastonbury Festival ticket holders can chose to enter the tipi village, located adjacent to the Park area and close to the Stone Circle. In this instance, a 4 berth tent will suffice for the minimum amount of room. Hospitality ticket info Hospitality tickets are sold at face value.
Big Ground also has the benefit of flushing loos. That's why our new email newsletter will deliver a mobile-friendly snapshot of inews. Main attractions: Once this tiny wooded enclave in the heart of the site was the best place to camp, protected from the elements and with a dozen or so dealers on your doorstep. Overlooked by Glastonbury Tor, the surrounding countryside, is peppered with excellent campsites, the best of which can be found on this carefully selected shortlist. The price includes all you need for your stay at Glastonbury. Main attractions: The Green Fields consist of four areas, each a progression along your road to full naked enlightenment. Spring Ground is a great spot.
When to get there: Avalon is very much an afternoon sort of place — think of it like visiting a fete. Where to find it: To the left of the Pyramid Stage. Other camping locations include Pennard Hill Ground, between The Park and The Healing Fields, which is popular for returning festival goers. Where to find it: As the Pet Shop Boys once sang, go West. Forget the muddy scenes of wet years in the festival fields, with the rise-and-rise of , you don't even have to have your own tent to enjoy a camping holiday here anymore. Want to see one of the most ancient wells in Britain? If you didn't pack your walking boots, then you're in for a world of pain. All of our food is created in our field kitchen from scratch using the finest ingredients.
Therefore, you need A Plan. Not to mention our range of non-alcoholic drinks packed with revitalising goodness. Beautiful bell tents fully furnished for up to 4 people or stunning lotus bell tents. Everyone who wishes to stay at Worthy View must have a valid Festival ticket. Glastonbury Festival — 24th-28th June 2020 The Love Fields is a peaceful haven just steps away from the festival, we are the closest off site campsite offering our guests a range of magical stays, from traditional Mongolian yurts to pitch your own where you can set up camp, with views across the festival and beyond to Glastonbury Tor. W e are available to give you local information on getting to and from the Festival, making the most of your time at Glastonbury.
Whether you prefer your fermented apple bevvies cold, mulled, dry, cloudy, dry, sweet, or churned up in all manner of cocktails, this lot have been serving the golden nectar here for 30 years. This will feature the stories you need to know, as well as a curated selection of the best reads from across the site. Verdict If you love the Pyramid, then you'll love Row Mead. If the notorious festival rain comes down, a good tent can be a godsend. Arrive via Gate A, and its a downhill walk through Silver Hayes. Where to find it: Tucked right next to the John Peel stage, and mere seconds from the Bus and Coach station.
Where to find it: On the southern slope of the festival, underneath The Park. Yes, you've somehow managed to successfully navigate the great annual ticket scramble and have emerged from the rabble, bruised and battered, clutching the keys to paradise. Main attractions: Just like The Park, its south-westerly counterpart catches some pretty Instagrammable views over the festival site. Camping is limited to 70 pitches, and up to 200 people, offering personal space and privacy. It is a picturesque, quiet campsite that is still situated close to the action.
If you like a few bands playing the Park Nearest Area: The Park Nearest Stage: The Other Stage Walk to Pyramid: 20 Min Disadvantage: some slopes and the distance from the main stages Tipi Village Does what it says on the tin! We eagerly await your online reviews. When to get there: Anytime, dusk til dawn. Take off those bug-eyed glasses and you might be able to see it. Luxury festival accommodation and camping only a few strides away from the festival. Prices do not include Festival tickets. Lost Horizons in the corner of the Tipi Field has those vital showers cold, bear in mind along with a wood-burning sauna, and open fires — just be careful not to burn your bum.