Glastonbury 2015: Luxury accommodation goes on sale today

Scout tents, podpads and yurts will be available from midday

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For festival-goers who are more glampers than campers, today marks the chance to secure a more stylish stay at Glastonbury.

From 12pm today, those with tickets for the summer music extravaganza will have the chance to make a booking at the Worthy View pre-erected campsite.

The site, situated up the hill above the Stone Circle field, offers “unpretentious, custom-made and pre-erected” accommodation, meaning that revellers won't have to spend hours looking for a spot to pitch up their own tents.

Those staying in the luxury accommodation, including scout tents, podpads and yurts, will be just a short walk from the festival site with their own car park.

The accommodation on offer is as follows:

Scout tents
2 person pre-erected classic scout style tent - £270 for 5 nights
4 person pre erected classic scout style tent - £535 for 5 nights
6-8 person pre erected large classic scout style tent - £850 for 5 nights

Podpads, bunkpads and bellepads
Basic podpad (sleeps up to ) - £320 for 5 nights
Bunkpad (sleeps up to 4) - £640 for 5 nights
Octopad (sleeps up to 6) - £960 for 3 nights
2 person (3m) bellepad - £270 for 5 nights
4 person (4m) bellepad - £535 for 5 nights
6 person (5m) bellepad - £750 for 5 nights

Traditional hand-crafted yurts, tipi and bell tents
2 person 9ft yurt (5’6” tall) - £355 for 5 nights
2 person cloud house (10ft x 7ft) - £320 for 5 nights
4 person 14ft tipi tent (10ft tall) - £535 for 5 nights
4 person 12ft yurt (6’8” tall) - £640 for 5 nights
4 person 14ft bell tent (8ft tall) - £535 for 5 nights

 

150,000 tickets for this year’s Glastonbury Festival  sold out in just 29 minutes. Fleetwood Mac, Muse and AC/DC are among the bands tipped to headline.

To book accommodation at the Worthy View pre-erected campsite visit glastonbury.seetickets.com

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