Camping and accommodation

Where can I camp?

The main camp site is located about 200m from the main stage and near to the car park (there is a separate area for camper vans and live-in vehicles). The camping field has drinking water, toilets, hand-washing facilities, and free showers.

What about parking?

Parking is free for cars, and the parking field is about a 200m walk from the campsite. You need to purchase a pass if your are coming in a camper van or other live-in vehicle. For those with mobility issues, disabled parking is available – please see the main page on festival accessibility.

Can I bring a camper van?

Yes, camper vans and other live-in vehicles are welcome for a small extra charge. There are no electric hook-ups though.

Can I park my camper van next to my mate’s tent?

No, for safety you won’t be able to park in the general camping areas. There is a separate area for camper vans and live-in vehicles, only a short walk from the main camping field.

We want to treat ourselves — is there a ‘glamping’ option?

Yes, we’ve got some fantastic boutique camping or ‘glamping’ options for you, ranging from budget-friendly bell tents, to fully equipped luxurious bedouin tents. The boutique camping is located in a separate, private field, and comes with its own dedicated luxury showers and toilets. Have a look at the boutique camping selection here.

What about accommodation for groups?

Our boutique camping offerings include options for groups of up to 6, but we may be able to arrange tents to accommodate even larger numbers. Please contact us for details.

Can I stay in a nearby hotel?

There are some great local hotels and Bed & Breakfasts nearby, and festival guests are welcome to stay in them.

Please be aware of gate times though.

If you are staying off-site and are going to be enjoying a drink, we recommend getting a taxi to/from your hotel as the lanes are very narrow and unsuitable for walking.

Again, vehicle movement is at the discretion of stewards and security at the time, and our primary concern is the safety and security of other festival guests and the local community. Anyone thought to be moving a vehicle whilst intoxicated is liable to have their vehicle keys confiscated by security. We will be providing details of local taxi services nearer the date.