Tipis have long established themselves as part of the annual landscape at Glastonbury Festival. There are a limited number of Tipis available to hire for Festival-goers, in the Tipi Village near the Stone Circle and adjacent to the Park area of the Festival, offering spectacular views across the whole site from the hills.
In 2014, the Tipi Village at Glastonbury Festival will once again be offering pre-erected 18ft Tipis on the Southern slopes of the Festival site - leaving you with nothing to carry home but your bags.
Each Tipi can house up to 6 adults. The price of a Tipi for Glastonbury Festival 2014 remains unchanged and will cost £950 to hire (Festival tickets not included).
Tipi dwelling is an incredible and elemental experience, but not a luxury one, so whilst the Tipis include a waterproof groundsheet, inner lining and rain catcher, you will need to bring your own bedding, mats, and any other necessary creature comforts.
The Tipi Village offers its own facilities including compost toilets and showers, plus there will be hot food and drinks available to purchase, a communal fire, and space around the Tipis to sit, and for children to play.
MAKING A BOOKING
In order to make a Tipi booking you must already have a valid ticket booking for Glastonbury 2014. The price of Tipi hire (£950) is for five nights’ accommodation - Wednesday June 25th to Monday June 30th, inclusive and does not include Festival tickets.
Tipis will be available to book when paying your ticket balance (from 1st -7th April 2014). To make a booking you will be required to enter the registration number you used when booking your Festival ticket.
You may book up to 2 Tipis per booking. Please note UK bookings can only be made using a UK registered debit card (Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Switch/Maestro, Domestic Solo). International bookings can only be made using a Visa Credit or MasterCard Credit Card.
Having made your Tipi booking you will receive a confirmation email to confirm your reservation within 24 hours, and you will receive a follow-up message from the Festival in early June 2014 with further details of your accommodation and access information.
Should you be unable to attend the Festival, or should you wish to cancel your Tipi booking, you may do so up until May 9th, after which time your reservation will be non-refundable.
WHERE IS THE TIPI VILLAGE?
The Tipi Village is located on the south side of the Festival site, on Pennard Hill, with the Tipi Field and Stone Circle Field to the East, and The Park to the West.
There has been a full review of the facilities in the Tipi Village for 2014.
We’re pleased to confirm that the water and (almost) odour free, clean and airy compost loos which proved popular across the Festival site in 2013 will now be a feature of the Tipi Village.
There will be attended showers exclusively for the use of Tipi Village residents, with a cleaning crew onsite to ensure the facilities are kept clean and fresh.
The Tipi Reception area has been enhanced to provide assistance for Tipi residents, and the Tipi Village stewards will be ably supported by a designated security patrol.
The Tipi Village will also benefit from a communal fire pit, and Café exclusively for the use of Tipi Village residents.
All Tipi bookings are taken by Seetickets. The Festival does not have access to Seetickets’ booking system or individual booking information, so if you have an enquiry specific to your transaction, then please contact Seetickets on 0844 412 4626.
If you require general information about the Tipi Village (that isn’t related to your transaction), please find the information in this page. If you cannot find the information you require here, please contact the Festival Office, who will be able to assist you with general information.
ARRIVING AT THE TIPI VILLAGE
Public transport arrivals to the Festival terminate at the Festival Bus Station adjacent to Pedestrian Gate A. From Pedestrian Gate A, can make your way south across the site, past Silver Hayes and the Other Stage, to the Tipi Village which is located on the southern slopes of the Festival, under the lounging space.
If you are travelling by car, please follow signs for the public car parks. If you are approaching the site from the A303, M3, or M5, head for the blue car parks to the East of the site, and once onsite follow the railway line west from Pedestrian Gate C to the Tipi Village. If you are approaching the site from the A361, A37 or M4, head for the orange parks on the West of the site, and once onsite follow the railway line east from Pedestrian Gate D to the Tipi Village.
You do not need ID to enter the Tipi Village, however the lead booker will be required to present their ticket (personalised with the passport photograph submitted by the ticketholder during registration) as ID when checking into your Tipi at the Tipi Reception. Each Tipi resident will be issued with a wristband to allow them access to the Tipi Village. Non-Tipi residents will only be permitted access to the Tipi Village at the discretion of the Tipi Village stewards, when accompanied by Tipi residents, between noon and 2am. In order to allow a restful night, and peaceful start to the day, non-residents will not be permitted in the Tipi Village between 2am and noon.
Panorama by Tom Widd