Although camping is included in the price of a Festival ticket, there are some other options available. In 2010, you’ll be able to sleep in a myhab – a solid, sturdy unit made mostly from ultra-tough recycled plastic and water-proof cardboard. The company are also offering pre-erected two-person tents.
The myhab village will be located at Pennard Hill Farm, five minutes from the Festival site, with its own pedestrian entrance to the Festival close to the King’s Meadow field (aka the Stone Circle field). Accommodation will consist of the myhab with its king size foam bedding and built in locker or the two-person pre-erected tents. The camping village comes complete with parking, toilets and showers just for myhab guests.
The myhabs sleep two people and cost £395 for the Festival, with the two-person tents (which you get to keep) costing £225. (Please note that Festival tickets are not included in the price.) For more information, please visit myhab.com.