Join us at the Reading festival on the August Bank Holiday, which showcases a line up that spans all genres
The Podpads Village will be set up within the Pink Moon campsite, which is usually located in the White Campsite next to the shuttle boat service port on the far end of the festival, north of the river.
There is no drop off point here or outside here as this is accessed through single track narrow lanes. Guests arriving on foot or being dropped off will need to arrive on Richfield Avenue and enter via the pedestrian access point. Head for the landing stage on the river and catch the shuttle boat service to the white campsite.
Facilities will include:
Hot private showers.
Free use of hairdryers and hair straighteners in our Pamper Tent.
Free tea and coffee in the Podpads reception area at specified times.
Free phone charging facilities.
24 hour security and wristbanded access.
All guests staying with Podpads will also need to buy Weekend tickets for Reading Festival. Reception will open at 8am on Thursday 22nd August.
If you also buy Early Entry Passes from the festival, you will be able to check into the Podpads Village on Wednesday and stay for a maximum of five nights.
Payment Plan available - Pay 50% today and pay the remainder into monthly instalments!
Prices quoted below are the price for the hire of the unit (not per person) and do NOT include festival tickets
“Had an absolutely fabulous time and wouldn't hesitate to come back again ! Met some lovely people in our street (as we called it) and have made some fabulous new friends. A brilliant concept !! Thank you Podpads”
“This was our 4th year with pod pads, and we will stay with you for next year definitely.!”
“The main reason for choosing Podpads was ease, not having to carry, put up and take down our own tent in the rain and knowing our belongings would be safe and dry.”
“The comfort and safety was so much more appealing then a tent. We wanted the festival experience but with a bit of luxury and that's exactly what we got.!”
“Comfortable, no tents to carry or set up. No sleeping mats to carry.”
“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!”