23-26 July 2020, Hertfordshire, SG11 1EE

Fancy treating yourself to something a little more luxury for Standon Calling 2019 but not sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got lots of boutique camping options on offer for this year’s festival, find out which is for you with our handy guide below.

So, what’s on offer?

We’ve got three main types of boutique camping. They all come with exclusive access to our dedicated reception tent, pamper space and premium toilets and shower facilities. Lovely stuff.

Type 1: our bell tents

Our bell tents are perfect if you’re in a group of 2,3 or 4 and fancy some extra space and comfy, ready made beds to sink into after a long day’s adventuring. Coming in options for classic, luxury and super, you can choose your bell based on the amount of friends you’re bringing along. The classic bell is our most basic boutique option, fitted with air beds, it also comes with towels and basic lighting. The luxury bell has a few more mod coms, with deck chairs for relaxing outside and a beauty mirror. The super bell is the fanciest of the lot, coming with all of the features above, plus electricity – the ultimate in bell tent camping.

Type 2 – Our Emperors

Emperor bell interior

Let’s be honest, it’s partly worth it just to say you’re staying at Standon emperor style. Think of our emperors like two bell tents, stuck together to give you optimum space. Our emperor tents are perfect for bigger groups who want a luxury experience but still want to stay all together. The classic emperor is for parties of 5 or 6 people and comes with proper memory foam beds, electricity, mirrors, towels and basic lighting. The luxury emperor suits groups of 2, 3 or 4 and has all of the above, plus some nice deck chairs for soaking up the morning sun and reading what’s on at the festival.

Type 3 – Our yurts

An absolute glamping staple, our yurts are your very own hobbit home, snug in the grounds of Standon Lordship. Our classic yurt, suitable for groups ranging from 2-6, comes with air mattresses, a lockable door, hangers and a clothing rail to keep those festival outfits fresh, plus a lockable door, mirrors and towels. The super yurt comes with all of the above, plus electricity, memory foam beds and deck chairs – also for groups from 2-4 people. Then, there’s the yurt suite, think of it as a luxury hotel room for two, a stone’s throw away from the action of the festival, it’s the ultimate luxury experience – it even comes with a private shower and bathroom.

Still confused?

We’ve made a handy chart so you can cross reference exactly what you’re looking for.

Boutique camping chart

All settled?

Take me to luxury.