Inside Glastonbury's poshest accommodationJune 21, 2023
Inside Glastonbury’s poshest accommodation with proper beds, a spa, swimming pool, concierge and all important flushing loos (but you’ll have to fork out A LOT of money!)
- Pop-up hotel costs £25,000 for the weekend – but features its own pool, bathrooms and bed
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More than 210,000 people will descend on Worthy Farm this weekend to attend the world famous Glastonbury Festival and watch some of the biggest acts in the world, including Elton John, Lizzo and Arctic Monkeys, perform.
And alongside dozens of bands, hundreds of stalls, and many pints of cider, most festival goers will also experience muddy wellies and sleeping in tents as part of the Glasto-experience.
But a lucky few will boycott mucky boots, infamously stinky loos and sore backs, and instead get the chance to stay in a luxury accommodation – but will have to fork our £25,000 for the privilege.
The Tipi Tent, by the Pop-Up hotel, features real beds, en-suite showers and all-important power sockets for charging up devices.
Just a 10-minute walk from the Glastonbury gate, the luxury accommodation even comes complete with a spa, a full-sized swimming pool, a bar and lounge area – as well as restaurants to enjoy some quality cooked meals.
A lucky few will boycott mucky boots, infamously stinky loos and sore backs, and instead get the chance to stay in a luxury accommodation – but will have to fork our £25,000 for the privilege. Pictured: The inside of a Tipi tent
Woodfired hot tubs are available for guests, to have a soak in between seeing bands
There’s also a full sized swimming pool to guests can cool off from the muddy farm
The Tipi Tent, by the Pop-Up hotel, features real beds, en-suite showers and all-important power sockets for charging up devices
Most importantly, flushing toilets are there for guests to use
Rooms start at £2,999 for a classic room, which comes with a floor mattress inside a tepee (a room is pictured)
Guests can also enjoy and all important shower every day
A concierge team is also on hand to help with the 10-minute trip.
A pamper area also includes hairdryers and mirrors and power sockets, and most importantly, each suite comes complete with flushing toilets.
Rooms start at £2,999 for a classic room, which comes with a floor mattress inside a tepee.
Around 5m big it can serve up to four people with lighting and bedding included.
The biggest room is the Tipi Suite, a tented accommodation with living area, en-suite shower with up to five double rooms costing £25,000 for five nights.
A private bed is also available – meaning guests won’t have to slum it on the floor
The Pop-Up Hotel glamping site at Glastonbury festival which feature sauna facilities, a swimming pool, fine dining and luxury tents
Between 9am and 9pm guests can also use a swimming pool for a leisurely dip
Relaxing on sofas in the living room between gigs is a highlight for many guests
Up to eight people can stay there, and guests can indulge in wood-fired hot tubs and as well as massages, reflexology, hair and beauty treatments and fitness classes.
There’s also onsite restaurants and bars to ensure guests never have to wonder where their next festival bite is coming from.
Other options include a converted railway carriage, a boathouse and a yurt.
The hefty price tag doesn’t include a ticket to the festival – which cost £335 plus a £5 booking fee.
The Pop-up Hotel was founded in 2011 by founders Mark and Vicky Sorrill, who had previously managed properties in the Caribbean.
As well as Glastonbury, the hotel also caters for celebrity weddings and luxury retreats.
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