Stay in our lovely, furnished pre-pitched tent. The tent will be simply furnished with sleeping bags and an air mattress, and can be hired for one or two people. For a bit more comfort, you could bring a sheet and a pillow, but that's up to you. They will be situated in the Shepherd's Meadow - a beautiful spot with views of the forest and surrounding mountains - a 5-10 minute walk from the festival and with nearby access to compost loos. There are two shower blocks nearer to the festival site a 5-minute walk away. As with all our camping options, the pitch fee is included in the price, so no need to book that separately. If you have already paid for a pitch fee and now want to book a pre-pitched tent, then email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can refund that for you.
Somewhere high up that mountain, not far from the festival site, your lush landing strip awaits. Our bell tent accommodations offer both magical views and your creature comforts. Nestled in the beautiful top meadow, these bell tents are the perfect spot to soak up the nature of the Rhodope mountains and take in stunning views from high above the clouds. We have a range of sizes available, suited for festival families and couples. You'll be within walking distance of the festival site and the compost toilets. Every bell tent comes furnished with mattresses, pillows and duvets, so you don't need to bring your own gear. Just ease into your festival experience, no sweat.
A tent that is suspended in the trees! For the more adventurous amongst you. The tents come equipped with sleeping bags and pillows, and are located in a stunning woodland valley, about a 10-15 minute walk from the festival site. We recommend that you wear appropriate footwear, such as walking boots (not flip-flops or high heels!) when going to/from Tentsile Forest, as the walk does involve a hill and some uneven ground. We also recommend bringing a rucksack, over a suitcase for the same reasons. There are toilet facilities nearby and we have installed lighting on the main paths, but do recommend you bring a torch, as it still can be dark in certain areas at night.