Dream Catcher Cabin

  • Sleeps 2

New in the Podpads range for 2016, Dream Catcher Cabins provide the next level of luxury for those wishing to upgrade their boutique camping experience one step further. 

What's included:

Dream Catcher Cabin: Luxury Dream Catcher Cabin

Luxury Dream Catcher Cabin

• Mains 240v electricity
• Double or twin wooden beds
• Foam mattresses and fitted sheets
• Duvets and pillows (double or singles)
• Bed throws
• Scatter cushions
• Bath towels and hand towels
• Rug
• Coat hooks
• Spot lights
• Carpet
• Bed side table
• 2 camping chairs
• Camping table
• Lantern

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Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions and answers can be found here. For all other enquiries complete the contact form and will get back to you as soon as we can.

What is a Dreamcatcher Cabin?

Dreamcatcher Cabins are bespoke and beautiful, combining a solid front, walls and floor with a heavy duty canvas roof.

Do the Dreamcatcher Cabins have power?

Yes, Dreamcatcher Cabins are provided with 240v electricity and 3pin sockets.

However, please remember that you are in a festival field and the power will be running of the site generators, so we cannot guarantee a constant supply of electricity. However, it is normally very reliable and consistent.

How big are the Dreamcatcher Cabins?

Dreamcatcher Cabins are 2.4 meters wide by 3.5 meters front to back, with 2.2 meters of headroom.

What is inside a Dreamcatcher Cabin?

Dreamcatcher Cabins are kitted out with:

• Mains 240v electricity
• Double or twin wooden beds
• Foam mattresses and fitted sheets
• Duvets and pillows (double or singles)
• Bed throws
• Scatter cushions
• Bath towels and hand towels
• Rug
• Coat hooks
• Spot lights
• Carpet
• Bed side table
• 2 camping chairs
• Camping table
• Lantern

Are the Dreamcatcher Cabins secure?

Yes, the Dreamcatchers are secure. They are made from solid plywood and have a lock on the front door. You will be given a set of keys when you arrive at our reception. Please remember to hand them back when you leave!

Please remember you are at a festival and general common sense and warnings apply. Never leave cash and valuables unattended.

What should you bring with you if you are staying in a Dream Catcher Cabin?

Whilst staying with Podpads is certainly a huge upgrade from the melee of the regular festival fields, please be aware that you are still in the great outdoors and you will be staying in a festival field. Here are some things which we advise that you bring with you:

Warm clothes - even though its summer, the weather can still be cold.
Sensible footwear - you will be walking through festival fields, so sensible / waterproof footwear is advised.
Extra bedding - even if you book accommodation which has bedding included you may wish to bring extra blankets to keep you warm at night. British summer nights can be cold!

Don't take our word for it, see what our guests say about Podpads

  • “I liked the additional security and the provision of facilities, normally I would stay in hotels but was happy to stay on site as we were using Podpads.”

    AG
  • “Thought we'd try something different. Been going to festivals for the last ten years and always in a tent. Really enjoyed not being in a tent this year.”

    LOM
  • “This was my first festival, and I had the most amazing time. I think this was largely due to all the usual 'negatives' of camping being alleviated by the PodPad choice.”

    MC
  • “The Luxpad is great, I'm 6ft 3", I could stand up in the middle - It's a tardis !!”

    CW
  • “My daughter stayed in a Podpad at the Isle of Wight, and as a seasoned festival goer, said she wouldn't ever camp again. I thought that was a good recommendation and thought we'd give it a try. Now, we feel the same!”

    JR
  • “Your staff on site are amazing I can't praise them enough! The guy who showed us to the tent was fab, telling the kids they were going to sleep in a circus tent - brilliant!”

    CP