By Jack Peat
How the other half live.
A glamping site is providing posh accommodation for fussier Glastonbury Festival goers – with a premium price tag of up to €28,000 for a stay.
The Pop-Up Hotel, a luxury glamping company, has set up shop near Worthy Farm.
Described as an “unforgettable experience”, customers can choose from several different yurts, suites, huts and railway carriages to relax in after a long day at the festival.
Going to Glastonbury in glamping style
A classic room, suitable for up to four people, is a “British built quality canvas 4.5 to 5m bell tent furnished with mattress, bedding and lighting”.
Their most premium accommodation, the ‘Principle Suite’, is a “perfectly designed multi room en-suite option” for up to eight people – but will set you back £23,999 [just shy of €28k].
For those looking for a more romantic luxury stay, the ‘Safari Suite’ – which costs £11,999 [approximately €14k] – consists of a safari tent with an en-suite shower room and toilet, covered porch and “great furnishing”.
While on-site, guests can enjoy a boutique spa decked out with wood fired hot tubs, pools and saunas.
They also have access to 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.
The Pop-Up Hotel is just a ten minute walk from the Glastonbury festival site – making it the “perfect base to enjoy the festival in comfort and away from the heaving crowds”.
This article originally appeared on joe.co.uk
published 2023-06-22 17:43:26