BOOKINGS FOR 2018 will open in the new year – Please check back.

Feel like relaxing in the lap of luxury, after a hard days dancing, partying and discovering? We have just the thing – with a wide  range of luxury camping options from the cosy and rustic to the truly decadent, including tipis, yurts, bell tents and the Hobbit-esque Shire houses in the woods. Check out our luxury providers below – bookings are yet to open for 2018, however – so please do check back in the new year.

 

 Tipis & Yurts from Hearthworks

Stay in a beautiful Tipi in the Tipi circle – available in a range of sizes. Touching the ground and reaching for the sky, harnessing the elemental forces of nature. To live in a Tipi is to return to a simpler, more easy way of being on the earth.

 

 

 

Yurts with Fred’s Yurts

Get cosy in a yurt for two or as a group. Situated in their own area near to the car parks and not far from main festival areas. Expect a glass of fizz on arrival and a warm welcome, look out for the new blue and white reception tent!

 

 

 

Bell Tents with Firefly

We’re pleased to be working with Firefly again, offering a village of 20 tents in a lovely circle. Choose from ‘Just the Tent’ or go all out, with the ‘Firefly Fancy’ package and enjoy comfy air beds, magical lighting, cosy rugs and wooden decking for muddy wellies!

 

 

 

Shire Houses in the woods

Where glamping meets Tolkien! Even the most hardcore festival goers occasionally want to take some time out, curl up and escape the party. These heated, lockable yurts come with power sockets and lighting, as well as a mirror, bedside table and a wellie stand. Campfire furniture and a cosy communal fire pit is the icing on the hobbit-y cake!

 

 

Camplight  

Camplight’s service is bang on with Shambala’s ethos,  for £10 per person per night you can stay in a perfectly good tent which has been salvaged from other events, and reconditioned.

You can travel light and walk away on Monday morning without the need to pack down or struggle trying to fold down those pesky pop-up tents.