Glastonbury 2015: £3,600 on a Mongolian yurt? What glamping is really like in Somerset

Bed, breakfast, dinner, luxury - all just a few yards from the festival site

Forget trench foot or a see-through toilet; if you've got a couple of thousand left in your wallet after splashing out on a Glastonbury ticket, you could still live in luxury.

The Love Fields, a family-run business, offers campers the chance of a type of Central Asian B&B: a luxury package holiday that allows you the comfort of a Mongolian yurt to sleep in along with breakfast and dinner included.

How much for the whole festival? A cool £3,600.

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As with any property across the country, the price is all about location, location, location: aside from the glamour and the designer linens, The Love Fields offers the closest glamping experience to the festival, with the site just behind Gate C.

The Independent's Hazel Sheffield took a look around to see how the other half lives when the world's most famous music festival comes to Somerset.

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