Food, drink and creature comforts

What food’s on offer?

We have got everything from campfire feasts through to the best local artisans, so expect wood fired pizzas, gourmet street foods, breakfasts, vegetarian and vegan whole foods and fresh coffee to kick off your day.

Meals can also be purchased and consumed from/in Baskerville Hall’s wood panelled restaurant and dining room.

If you want to cook your own food, barbecues and open fires are NOT allowed in the camping area, but gas camping stoves are OK.

What’s the score with bringing alcohol?

You can bring your own refreshment in with you to drink in the camp sites, and we have got an amazing bar with reasonably priced drinks… (no glass is allowed on the estate). Max Per Person:

  • One crate of beer / cider / ale (12-18 Cans)
  • or one 70cl bottle of spirit
  • or two bottles of wine
  • or your own magic potions

Alcohol can only be taken onto the festival site on first entry.

Please don’t bring your own drinks out of the campsite area – the venue has it’s own bars and you are liable to have it confiscated by security.

Can I charge my phone?

You can, but only if you can find a socket inside Baskerville Hall – but you won’t need to as you’ll be way too busy having some digital-downtime and real fun.

Can I get cash on site?

Yes, there is a cash machine but it’s one of the ones that charges a small fee, and it may well run out by the end of the festival. We recommend you bring plenty of cash to enjoy all the great food and drink on offer. The usual high street banks are available in Hay-on-Wye, about a 10-minute drive from the site.

Can I bring my dog?

No, sorry, dogs are not allowed at the festival or campsite (unless guide/assistance dogs).