Alternate, luxury camping favourites 'Boutique Camping' have unveiled their presence and an additional off-site accomodation option for Glastonbury 2009.
With the sun out and the first summer festivals upon us, that Glasto-feeling is in the air again. Punters are plugging the holes in their wellies, stocking up on spaghetti-os and deciding on where, and in what they are going to sleep.
The good news, for those wanting to add a little ecclecticness and luxury to their stay, is that 'Boutique Camping' are now offering up their funky accomodation options in a private field, just off the main Worthy Farm site.
Director Mark Sutton had this to say about the move: “We’re creating a complete luxury retreat, just far enough away from the site to give you a little break in a calm location, but near enough to be able to get back into the festivities at a moments notice. With breakfast, luxury showers, toilets and that added personal touch, this really will be a magical place to be.”
Options for accommodation include Tipis, which are now completely watertight thanks to the “TipiTighty” Liner, “Sam’s Shack” Beach Huts, Ships Cabins aboard the only Festival going Ocean Liner HMS Boutique and the legendary Boutique Western Bowtop Wagons.