Worthy View Booking info

Accommodation bookings valid for the 2020 Festival will be exchanged for a like for like booking for Glastonbury 2022.

A limited number of campervans, tipis and pre-erected tents (as seen at our summer campsite, Worthy Pastures) for Glastonbury 2022 will be made available for ticket holders to book, at 2020 prices, in a resale at 12 noon, on Friday, 24th September online at glastonbury.seetickets.com.


Worthy View is located south of the Festival site, on Pennard Hill. Pedestrian access to the site through the Pennard Hill Pedestrian Gate (between the Stone Circle Field and the Tipi Field) is via a footpath at a gradient which is not suitable for wheelchairs or children’s pushchairs.

Pedestrian access from the Festival site to Worthy View is via a footpath with steps at a steep gradient which is not suitable for wheelchairs, perambulators or child buggies.

If you have mobility concerns, then staying in Worthy View may result in limited access to the Festival. Vehicle access to the Worthy View car parks is via red route (A361) if approaching from the North, and via Blue Route (A37) if approaching from the South. Festival goers at Worthy View will benefit from designated car parks, in the adjacent field to the campsite.

Additional Booking Information

To make a booking you will be required to enter the registration number you used when booking your Festival ticket. Please note you will need to present this ticket on arrival when checking in at your accommodation.

You may book up to 2 units of accommodation per booking. Car parking tickets for Worthy View will also be available to book when making an accommodation booking.

When booking, you will be asked to supply the names of each person staying in your accommodation. You will also be asked to provide some information about your expected day, time and method of arrival at the campsite.

Having booked accommodation via See Tickets, you will receive a confirmation email to confirm your reservation within 24 hours, and will receive a follow-up message from the Festival in May 2022 with further details of your accommodation and access information.

Should you be unable to attend the Festival, or should you wish to cancel your accommodation booking, you may do so up until May 6th, after which time your reservation will be non-refundable. All refunds prior to May 6th will incur a £20 administration fee per unit. (Rolled over bookings may be cancelled without incurring an admin charge up to 31st December 2021.)

See Tickets is the only company permitted to sell accommodation for Glastonbury Festival. No other site or agency will be allocated accommodation. Any other company or individual claiming to sell official Glastonbury Festival accommodation is bogus.


Accommodation bookings are refundable up until 6th May 2022. Optional TicketPlan Booking Refund Protection for accommodation bookings is available when making your booking.

Booking Refund Protection provides cover for a range of unforeseen circumstances that may prevent you being able to stay in the accommodation you have booked. A summary of the Terms and Conditions can be found on the booking site. Please note that this Booking Refund Protection offers cover for your accommodation only in event that the lead booker is unable to attend. The price of TicketPlan Booking Refund Protection is dependent on the type of accommodation booked.

Click here to download a PDF of the TicketPlan Booking Refund Protection Summary. A list of TicketPlan Booking Refund Protection fees can be found below.

(Please note prices shown are at 2020 rates. 2022 prices will be published in the New Year)


All bookings are taken by See Tickets. The Festival does not have access to See Tickets’ booking system or individual booking information, so if you have an enquiry specific to your booking, then please contact See Tickets by emailing glastonbury@seetickets.com or at www.seetickets.com/customerservice.

Once you have booked your accommodation, you can also access information regarding your ticket booking, including details of ticket dispatch, online at http://www.seetickets.com/see/content_contactus.asp using your booking reference number and email address or postcode.

If you require general information about the campsites (that isn’t related to a specific booking), please find the information in this page. If you cannot find the information you require here, please contact the Festival Office, who will be able to assist you with general information about Worthy View.


Car Park tickets for Worthy View will only be available to those with an accommodation booking at the applicable campsite. Car Park tickets for Worthy View will cost £50 plus £2.50 P&P per order.


If you book a car park ticket for Worthy View this will be sent out by See Tickets in early June 2022.

Tickets will be sent out by Royal Mail. Tickets will be sent to the address specified when booking.

It is expected that you will receive your tickets at least 14 days before the Festival starts.

Information about the dispatch of your tickets will be available through Seetickets who will email you with your tracking reference. You can track your ticket order via www.royalmail.com by entering your tracking reference number.

You can also obtain your tracking reference via Seetickets’ order tracker – www.seetickets.com/CustomerService/CheckOrder.  To access the order tracker you will require your email address and booking reference number.

Car Park tickets for International customers will be Collection at Box Office only.


You may book two units of accommodation per transaction. Where possible the Festival will endeavour to meet requests for friends and family groups to be located together if booking the same accommodation type and campsite, however this service cannot be guaranteed.


You do not need ID to enter Worthy View, other than your Festival tickets. However you will need to provide the names of everyone staying in your tents when booking, who will each need a Festival ticket. Final confirmation of all the resident names will be required at least a week before the Festival.


There are no separate disabled weekend tickets. Anyone wanting to stay at Worthy View must have secured a ticket in one of the recent sales.

Pedestrian access from the Festival site to Worthy View is via a footpath with steps at a steep gradient which is not suitable for wheelchairs, perambulators or child buggies.

If you have mobility concerns, then staying in Worthy View may result in limited access to the Festival. There will be a wheelchair accessible toilet/shower available at Worthy View, however advanced facilities (power/ medicine storage/ wheelchair power) are not possible on these sites.

Festival-goers with access requirements who wish to book accommodation at Worthy View could drive daily to and from the campsite to the accessible car park where they could then get a shuttle onto the site. There is however not any sort of shuttle/ transport available directly from either site onto the Festival site.

For information on all the access facilities available at the Festival please contact the Access Team on accessiblity@glastonburyfestivals.co.uk or refer to the Access Information page on the Festival website.

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