What is the most off-putting aspect of camping? For many of you the worst part about camping is arriving at a festival campsite fighting off other festival goers for a plot and then spending hours attempting to put up the tent especially if starts to rain.
Then you have to bring all the 101 things that you may need with you, including all your bedding, pillows, airbeds, pots, pans and everything including the pop up kitchen sink! If you are blessed with a huge car this may not pose a major problem, but if you haven’t then it does get to be a bit of an issue.
Luckily with glamping accommodation, this is not an issue – one of the most blissful aspects that glamping offers, is not only the fact your tent is already up and ready but your beds are too! Generally other essential equipment is also provided, so you may only need to bring your sleeping bags, etc or in the case of a Brook Bell Tent, your beds come already made up with duvets and pillows! Meet our fabulous reception team and be shown to your tent.
Glamping is of course more expensive than ordinary camping, but the added space and privacy you get with one of our festival glampsites is brilliant for couples and families, allowing the children to explore whilst you settle down to cold glass of wine.
And finally, at the end of your holiday, instead of spending it packing up the tent, deflating the airbeds and trying unsuccessfully to squeeze these all back into the boot of your car, you simply pack up your scant (by comparison) belongings, and bid a fond farewell to your lovely abode, before driving off in your car with lots of happy memories of the fantastic festival! Now, doesn’t that sound like a perfect festival to you?