Our eco pods Adam and Eve provide a fantastic home for your holidays. Located in Glastonbury, Adam looks out onto the Glastonbury Tor, a famous National Trust hill area. Filled with history, the hill is topped with the remains of a church and provides fantastic views over Glastonbury, the Isle of Avalon and Somerset. This creates a wonderful setting for your glamping holiday right on the doorstep alone, and the surrounding area offering even more spectacular views and attractions, you have no need to look any further for your holidaying needs.
Hello happy glampers, come this way and meet the acquaintance of Adam our delightful eco pod. Adam is the ideal glamping companion if you’re after a retro-style cabin, perfectly suited for glamping in the famous location that is Glastonbury.
The nation is waiting with baited breath to find out who will be headlining Glastonbury this year – and we can tell you who won’t be!
You read right – we don’t know any more than you who will be headlining the event on Saturday and Sunday, but we do know who won’t be.
Speculation has been rife as to who the headliners will be ever since the Foo Fighters announced they’d be headlining on the Friday night just over a week ago.
If there’s another form of glamping abode that you like but we haven’t mentioned then why not take a look at our accommodation page?
2014 has been an absolute pleasure and we can’t wait to hear from you all soon!
Quality Unearthed will be in attendance at Olympia on the 27 & 28 November for this year’s annual Farm Innovation Show. The Farm Business Innovation Show is the show designed for all farmers, smallholders, land owners, estates and everybody with an interest in rural business, who are looking for new ways to use their land to bring in more money.
While you’re enjoying glamping in Glastonbury there is a revolution of the recycling kind going on in Sweden, and it has now seen the Scandinavian country edge that one step closer to zero waste than ever. Staggeringly, less than 1% of Sweden’s household waste ends up in landfills today.
As the thought of thousands of revellers departing their Glastonbury glamping experience of a lifetime this weekend surrounded by inspirational people and ideas for upcycling it reminded us of the story of two talented men who are making the most of something that would normally be disregarded or left to rot, transforming it back to life in another capacity.
Sticking with the Glastonbury festival trend in our blog, the world’s biggest festival event officially kicks off today and it has been announced that organisers are doing their utmost to take the war to plastic water bottles this year.
The purists who love yurt holidays UK and other forms of getting back to nature won’t be too happy with this but in today’s society and particularly in the festival environment it has become vital to stay in touch with the world digitally. Luckily for the 115,000 or so Glastonbury attendees this year the network provider EE has stepped in with the least incognito looking flock of Wi-Fi equipped cows ever, but they’re pretty cool.
We’ve got some good news for those of you who are planning on going on Yurt holidays. In places like Glastonbury yurts will be full of happy glampers with the news that this week is set to see the Westcountry showered in sunshine-which is sure to make your visit just that much better!