One of the best things about Glastonbury Festival is that there’s something for everyone, no matter what your musical preference may be, what type of food you eat or whether you want to gather with friends.

Take the family, sleep all day and spend the nighttime hours in some of the more grown up, nocturnal corners of the festival fields - it's your choice

This diversity means that the festival attracts people from all walks of life, whose idea of what makes for a great festival is as broad as it is long. And this extends to what people want when they’re not in the midst of the action, because wouldn’t life be boring if we were all the same. 

There are those that want to stay slap bang in the thick of it all the way through, guy rope to guy rope with their fellow campers, 24 hour hubbub, happy to brave the elements and the long-drops, because thats all part of their festival experience. And we get that.

On the other hand, there are those who absolutely want to festival, but would prefer a great breakfast before heading in, comfy bed, hot water, decent loos and somewhere relaxing to chill, rest and re-charge. And we also get that, which is why we set up the first Pop-Up Hotel - a scattering of bell tents, opposite Glastonbury Festival back in 2011.

Whilst we’ve moved the site to within a 10 minute walk from pedestrian gate D since then, the bell tents have remained a constant in our festival accommodation line-up. 

They’re perfect for couples but can sleep up to four with a choice of twin/double configurations. They have comfortable mattresses and cosy duvets and pillows for a great night’s sleep in preparation for another day on the festival fields. Rugs, lanterns and fairy lights and even power to charge your phone are all included.  

Being such a popular choice, our Classic rooms are already sold out, but there is still some availability for the Classic Plus that sleeps 5 or 6 people and the Deluxe bell.

We also introduced a flock of Traditional Yurts, the perfect temporary home-from-home, with space, colourful interiors and important for some, a lockable door. There are different size options (with the larger versions sleeping up to four), plus different levels of comfort, with our Luxury Yurts offering a storage trunk to stow your festival must-haves, somewhere to hang up your favourite festival outfits and a table and chairs to sit and plan your day.

The Pop-Up Safari Suites are enough to tempt even the most reluctant festival camper. Comfort and style under canvas, they’re a perfect glamping option for two, with a king sized bed (or twins if you’d prefer), en-suite shower room, ambient lighting and the comfiest of  sofas. They’ve become a firm Glastonbury favourite.  

Over the years, we've listened to guests about what they'd like and in answer to their feedback, we've added more variety and accommodation options.

On the wishlist was accommodation which would allow for larger groups to stay together, all under one roof, with space to sit and discuss the day’s antics or share favourite times over a nightcap. And we understand that while you like to enjoy the company of your best friends or nearest and dearest, there are times when you want some space to call your own. To answer this, enter the tenthouses and tenthouse suites. 

Gloriously spacious accommodation with stylishly furnished living and dining areas, complemented by separate bedrooms for some serious snooze time and in some, an en-suite shower room, complete with flushing loo. It’s no surprise that our ultimate tenthouse suites are sold out again this year for Glastonbury, but there is still some availability for the Junior and Raj tenthouses… catch them while you can.

Glamping at Glastonbury doesn’t always have to include canvas. For something a little different, our bow-topped, hand-painted, individually named Gypsy Caravans are here for you. Cosy, snug and lockable, they’ve been in our Glastonbury line-up for years and we and our guests love them. From the moment you step foot inside, Bluebell, Rosie and friends promise great times ahead. 

Our Railway Carriage is another addition;  a completely quirky one-off and perfect if you’re looking for something a little different. It sleeps two, has a full size bed and a compact and bijou bathroom area, featuring washbasin, shower and compost loo. Outside it has its own patio decked out with seating and an outside stove for when only a cup of tea will do.  

We can’t say too much just yet, but there’s also a distinct possibility that a Glastonbury Hideaway or two may be added to the playlist this year. Watch this space :)

We’re sometimes told that glamping isn’t ‘doing Glastonbury’ properly, but we disagree. The great thing about Glastonbury is it has something for everyone and caters to a huge range of preferences, whether that’s in music, food or travel options. We think that same range of choice should also extend to where and how you stay and judging by our returning guests, they do too.