For most revellers Glastonbury is about ditching traditional home comforts for mud, wellies and a cramped tent.
But those who want to retain a life of luxury can do so – for a price as high as £25,000 for the weekend.
The Pop-Up Hotel is based just outside Worthy Farm and offers a variety of rooms starting from £2,500 for up to four guests.
Described as the ‘ultimate in ‘glamping’ accommodation’, rooms come complete with double beds, hot tub, flushing toilets, spa treatments – and even room service.
It has leather and wooden furniture, carpets, rugs, five bedrooms – and even a space for hair and make up.
While prices for the accommodation vary, the largest tent you can rent will set you back £25,000, but will be able to sleep ten people.
The outside of the tents are lined with deck chairs and are a far cry from what most festival goers will be sleeping in this weekend
The rooms are moderately furnished and the particular bedroom has a selection of towels, white linen and has even bee decorated with some cushions
Catching the rays!
If you’d rather soak up the sun on some marvelous decking then those paying a premium will enjoy a stress-free environment
Those paying to be in the suite can still be seen wearing wellies and they walk around one of the dining areas in the posh tent complex
The swanky rooms would be perfect for those wanted a little privacy with their friends and loved ones during the festival
The tent has access to a fully-stocked bar, beauty therapists and a restaurant area – with guest chefs each night.
Previous tenants of the posh tent include Poldark’s Aidan Turner and Made In Chelsea’s Millie Mackintosh.
Director Guy Ritchie even tied the knot in one of the tents – although not during Glastonbury – with Brad Pitt watching on.
The gated Pop-Up Hotel is located just moments from the festival site outside of Worthy Farm.
It sleeps ten people and is part of a complex with 212 flashy tents.
Prices starting at £2,500 for smaller tents, and rising to £25,000 for the 10-person penthouse tents.
The reception area at the Pop-Up Hotel which is at the front of the dining area and cafe space – where guests can enjoy a nice meal
Rows of deck chairs can be seen lining the outside of the posh tents.
From the outside the tents look large and users will have a different experience from others inside the festival
There is even a make-up salon inside, pictured, where festival-goers can make sure they look their best before heading over to the Worthy Farm site
The inside of the rooms are kitted out with comfy chairs and decorative plants, pictured, so groups of up to 10 people can relax
The Pop-Up Hotel has security on the door and offers a variety of luxuries inside including a guest chef each night for dinner
All 200-plus tents boast double-beds, flushing toilets, towels, and a range of luxury beauty products from bath and body range Bramley Products.
Smaller tents have access to a number of communal, clean showers, whilst the larger tents, with five different bedrooms, have a shower inside their tents.
And guests at the Pop-Up Hotel can even call for room service if they fancy a drink or a meal inside their tents.
The privately-run complex is not affiliated with the Glastonbury Festival – but will only sell tents to people who already have Glastonbury Festival tickets.
The lavish hotel has an area where guests can enjoy their very own dining experience.
It is furnished with Chesterfield couches and cute potted plants
The Pop-Up Hotel just outside the Glastonbury site offers the ‘ultimate in glamping accommodation’ with prices for four guests starting from £2,500.
Pictured is an outdoor seating area the hotel between tents
If you’ve had a enough of the party scene you can always come back and relax in the chilled out living space with comfy cushions and blankets
Those splashing out for the rooms will be treated to some delicious Hotel Chocolat as well as some Yorkshire Tea
Need help with your luggage?
Then take a buggy down to your tent and sit back and relax without the hassle of carrying a rucksack around
Perfect for pampering!
For those who like a fresher feel to their festival vibe Bramley Products will also be available (pictured above)
Mark Sorrill, 49, who runs the Pop-Up Hotel with his wife Victoria, said: ‘We have tried to do the tents to the best that they can be.
We try and raise the bar each year.
‘At just a ten-minute walk from the main gate to the festival, we like to provide a place where our guests can just chill out either before or after seeing their favourite bands at the festival.
‘We only sell to people who already have a festival ticket – we do not offer tickets as part of our hospitality package.
‘We have our own laid-back, live acoustic sets on site for when guests aren’t out at the festival, and we’ve booked guest chefs including Tim Maddams for our restaurant.
‘Our spa treatments are pretty much solidly booked out until about 4 or 5pm every day this week.
‘We do get some famous faces staying with us, and there are a couple this year, but most of our folks are just regular people who just want to treat themselves as part of the festival,’ Mark added.
Relaxing in style!
One of the seating areas is kitted out with Chesterfield sofas and patterned cushions and the tables have potted plants on them
Behind the scenes shots of the hotel show old wheel barrows and old watering cans which have now been filled with lovely plants and flowers
The suites are just a short walk away from the festival gates and the site has even created customised sign posts which include bands playing at the festival
If you’re strapped for time you can also book in to get your make up done or even for a mini massage taster for just £6
Despite the fact that they are a pop up venue, the fixtures and fittings look almost permanent, with a cute dressing table and desk
Get your slippers on! Guests are treated to dressing gowns and slippers as well as fresh linen and plush cushions in their expensive rooms
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