The twin-poled XL Bellepad provides a huge internal space of 40 square metres, divided into three separate rooms.

XL Bellepad

Heavy duty poly-cotton twin-poled bell tent with extra-thick groundsheet and carpet.

Sleeps up to 8 people

XL Bellepads are available for groups of up to 8 people in the Standard option, or 6 people in the Luxury option. 

XL Bellepad

Standard or Luxury

The Luxury 6 Person XL Bellepad comes fully kitted out with wooden beds, foam mattresses, bed side tables, 240v electricity, spot lights, duvets, pillows, bed throws, towels, scatter cushions, rugs, camping chairs and camping tables

The 8 Person Standard XL Bellepad comes with 8 camp beds, fitted sheets, but no bedding. Sleeping bag packages can be added as an additional extra. 

Groundsheet and carpets

All XL Bellepads come with a heavy duty groundsheet and carpets.

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Optional Extras

Sleep Easy Packages are available in the Standard XL Bellepad and include a sleeping bag, pillow, blanket, eye mask and ear plug pack. 

Sit Easy Packages are available in the Standard XL Bellepad and include 2 x camping chairs, a camping table and an LED lantern.

These can be added to your pad on the booking page.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

  • “We didn't want to waste time with setting up a tent and having to take it back down again!”

    SF
  • “Podpads makes for a great experience and you don't have carry tents and bedding!”

    CK
  • “This was our 4th year with pod pads, and we will stay with you for next year definitely.!”

    SB Bestival
  • “We will never go back to slumming it camping in our tent!”

    LL
  • “I'm over 40 and will never book anything else again - they rock!”

    SG
  • “We chose Podpads to give us more of a enjoyable experience without the hassle of tents etc, plus the fact toilets and showers were separate to the majority of other festival goers.”

    PA