Please book on this page if you wish to stay in the Boutique Campsite only.
Guests staying in the Family Campsite should book here
Join us at the second All Together Now on the August Bank Holiday Weekend (2-4th August 2019)
The festival features music, spoken word, comedy, theatre, debate, art and workshops .Enjoy beautiful feasts of food, bespoke cocktails,and lots of fun across 10 stages including an alfresco crystal ballroom, Spiegeltent and various different hidden quirky gems.
The Podpads village will be situated in the Boutique Campsite, where you will find
Dedicated toilets and showers
Complimentary tea and coffee in the Podpads reception at specified times.
Free phone charging facilities.
Free use of hair dryers and hair straighteners in our Pamper Tent.
All guests staying with Podpads in the Boutique Campsite will also need to have bought Weekend General Camping tickets. This event is strictly Over 21s. Children 12 or under can attend free of charge, accompanied by a paying adult. There is a maximum limit of 2 children aged 12 and under per adult. Note - There will be no access to the designated Family campsite.
Payment Plan available - Pay 50% today and pay the remainder in monthly instalments between now and June
Have a query? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. If calling from EIRE, please call 0044 1454 218560
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“Loved the shelf and thecoffee cups. Also the socket for phone charging. The bed was quite comfortable too.”
“Arriving and having a tent already set up is easy.!”
“Wonderful, so nice to get a decent night sleep on a bed and be able to charge phones.”
“This was our 4th year with pod pads, and we will stay with you for next year definitely.!”
“At 30 I couldn't face camping again - the toilets, the drunk teens, the noise. Our stay was amazing!”
“With 2 children the pods were better as we had more room”