We actually had our first 2013 Glastonbury Festival enquiry in July 2011. The lady in question had just got back from Glastonbury Festival and had an amazing time and was ready to do it all over again! There was no Glastonbury in 2012 as it was the fallow year, traditionally there is a break every five years or so to let the land recover, but the festival will be back again in 2013. If you would like to have a bit of luxury rather than stay in a tent you can reserve one right now. All you do is pay a small deposit when you book your campervan hire and if you are unlucky and don’t manage to get your festival tickets, we will refund your deposit in full, so no loss there.
If you are planning to take a motorhome of any sort or a caravan to Glastonbury festival, whether it’s one you own or a vehicle you are hiring, you must buy a campervan/caravan pass in advance to park on the designated part of the site. You need to be aware that Glastonbury campervan/caravan passes sell out weeks, even months, before the festival so to avoid disappointment you should order your pass when you book your Glastonbury Festival weekend ticket(s). To be eligible to camp in the campervan/caravan area you must obviously hold a festival ticket for the whole weekend.
The campervan/caravan area is the only place on the Glastonbury site where festival goers can sleep in their vehicles, ordinary cars must be parked outside the perimeter fence. Please note it is not sufficient to sling a mattress in the back of any old small van; only campervans or caravans with fitted sleeping arrangements and either proper cooking or washing facilities are allowed in the campervan/caravan area.
More information about this can be found on Glastonbury Festivals web site.[widget id="text-383157503"]text-383157503[/widget]