Inside the swanky Glastonbury 'tents' that will set you back £24,000

Those who love festivals, but hate the camping part, can splurge on a luxury glamping experience at Glastonbury this year.

The Pop-Up hotel offers yurts, suites, huts and railway carriages for guests to choose from – as well as various creature comforts – for a premium price tag of up to £24,000.

While on-site, guests can enjoy a boutique spa – complete with wood-fired hot tubs, pools and saunas.

And, if all the walking, singing and dancing takes its toll, they also have access to massages, reflexology, beauty treatments and fitness classes.

In terms of the tents themselves, a classic room – which has space for four – comes with a comfy mattress, boujie bedding and mood lighting.

Whereas the most premium accommodation, the Principle Suite, (with the highest price tag), can sleep eight.

For a more romantic festival experience, the furnished Safari Suite – coming in at £11,999 – features a shower room and toilet.

Restaurants and bars can also be found on the site, to ensure guests never have to travel too far to enjoy some refreshments. 

Plus, the Pop-Up Hotel is just a ten-minute walk from the festival itself – so it’s the perfect base away from the heaving crowds.

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