The Glastonbury Festival is a much anticipated music celebration that is produced every year. The fields of Glastonbury present ample camping facilities, and the town itself has some great hotels. Here are some suggestions for where to stay when you attend the Glastonbury Festival.
The vast number of Festival attendees camp on the spacious grounds. However, camping is not for everybody. The lack of climate control, sleeping on a cot or in a sleeping bag, and eating cold cuts out of an ice chest simply does not appeal to many.
However, glamping is another matter. You can arrange for a Pop-Up hotel Glastonbury festival Accommodation , and camp on the grounds in utmost luxury. Imagine a pop-up tent with all the luxury of a 5 star hotel. There will even be a tent with catering and a pub.
A plush, comfortable bed will await you in your pop-up, and there will be a concierge and porter ready to take you to your room – or tent. Each tent has power, and climate control is also featured.
The Pop-Up has its own toilet and shower area, closed to non-guests of the hotel and providing easy access to guests. The restaurant provides all meals, and snacks for late night parties.
The hotel even has its own parking lot. The commons area has free Wi-Fi.
If you prefer more historic accommodations, try out the George & Pilgrim. This beautiful inn was built in the 1400s, and is the oldest pub in the Southwest part of England. The rooms are comfortably updated, and many of them have luxurious draped four poster beds.
The front of the George & Pilgrim is beautiful, and sought out for its historic and architectural significance. With stone work, mullion windows, and solid oak structure, this beautiful edifice alone is enough to attract thousands of visitors a year.
Bed and Breakfast
If you prefer more of a cosy atmosphere, consider the No 51 Bed and Breakfast. Bed and breakfast facilities have come a long way in recent decades, and are increasing in popularity with many people on holiday.
At the No 51, you have free parking, and all areas of the bed and breakfast have free Wi-Fi. Each room has its own TV and coffee/tea maker. They also have private bath or showers, complete with linens.
Meals at No 51 are delicious, and you have your choice of traditional English foods or vegetarian selections. In addition, there are a number of excellent restaurants within easy walking distance.
There are also beautiful views at No 51. The front of this venue faces Glastonbury Tor , and Abbey grounds are behind the properties. 4 minutes away, you will find the Rural Life Museum. If you are willing to walk 8 minutes away, you can see the Chalice Well Gardens. Glastonbury itself is only 1 mile away. You can also enjoy the Abbey Ruins and Glastonbury Thorn.
There are many other fine hotels and bed and breakfast facilities in Glastonbury, giving you plenty of choices for places to stay for the Glastonbury Festival.