Worthy View 2013 FAQs

May 15, 2013

Here are the answers to the most common questions we’ve been asked since our official Worthy View off-site, pre-erecred accommodation went on sale (click for more info and to book).

Some accommodation option are showing as unavailable, will there be any more?
We don’t expect to have any more of the sold out options available, other than in the situation of an existing booking being cancelled (at which point they would be made available again via the booking site).

I booked a tent and forgot to add a car park ticket, can I still buy one?
If you have made a booking and forgot to order a car park ticket, please contact Seetickets customer services to add one to you order. Please note there is a limit on the number allowed per group, as this car park is only available to residents at Worthy View.

How far is Worthy View from the Festival site?
Worthy View campsite is approx. 250 metres up the (steep) hill from Pennard Hill Gate. The hill is not suitable for pushchairs, wheelchairs or those with mobility issues.

If I can’t go, can my friend use my tent booking, or can I get a refund?
Tent bookings are not transferable, but are refundable up to May 3rd, less a £10 admin fee per unit.

My friend has also booked a tent, can we have our tents next to each other?
Where possible the Festival has endeavoured to meet requests for friends and family groups to be located together as long as the booking is for the same accommodation type, however this service cannot be guaranteed, and requests are now closed. Different types of tent, even on the same booking, can not be grouped together.

Will there still be a chance to book the onsite tipis onsite?
Yes, campervan pitches and onsite tipis were on sale with ticket balances as normal (NB: these have now sold out).

Can I bring another tent/campervan/gazebo with me to Worthy View?
Only the pre-erected camping facilities provided by the Festival are permitted on the Worthy View campsite. Any unauthorised tents will be taken down and confiscated by the Worthy View staff. Gazebos, campervans, caravans and private tents are not permitted at Worthy View.

Can I bring a fire pit/stove for my yurt/tipi/bell tent?
Open fires are not permitted at Worthy View save for the communal campfire supervised by the organisers. Small barbecues can be used in these fields, but they must be used outside, a safe distance away from any tents or other structures. No stoves, burners or fires are permitted inside the tents.

Does the accommodation come with any beds/bedding/furnishings?
Accommodation hire does not include beds or bedding. However, you can buy equipment which will be waiting for you at Worthy View by clicking here.

What are the dimensions of the accommodation options?
These have now been added to the main Worthy View page.

Will there be toilets and showers at Worthy View?
Yes, showers and toilets will be provided.

Will I be able to purchase food / drink at Worthy View?
Yes, there will be all-day catering at the Elderflower Kitchen.

Can my friends visit me at Worthy View?
Sorry, no. For security reasons and so that we can control the use of the facilities, only those who are staying at Worthy View will be able to access it (wristbands will be required).

Click here for more info on the Worthy View accommodation options, and to book

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