We’re back! The Love Your Tent campsite is bigger and better, with two fields to house conscientious campers who not only want the amazing extras, they also want the comfort of staying in a campsite where the campers care for one another and look after the environment.
Karen and her friends joined us last year and were so happy with the experience, they didn’t think twice about booking again!
But it’s not the fair-trade food van, flushing toilets, warm showers and pamper parlour that makes this campsite special, it’s the people staying in it! Here are just some of the remarkable campers who are staying with us this year!
Jan has had her tent for five years and uses it twice a year for festivals. The tent is also used as a gazebo in the summer when entertaining friends. Jan said: “The campsite is amazing, such a different atmosphere to every other festival I have been to, relaxed, clean and friendly. The 24 hour security makes me feel much more secure.” We love the bunting!!!
Sarah is a habitual Glastonbury goer but Fleetwood Mac enticed her to the Isle of Wight Festival. It’s her first time in a boutique campsite and said: “We won’t be going back to general camping. It’s so clean and well organised, but the best part is that I haven’t had to wait to use the toilets or showers!”
David and Lisa have been coming to the festival for a few years and this is their first time in Love Your Tent. David said: “We are over the moon! It’s great having a designated space here that we can make our home for the weekend. We could turn up any time and we wouldn’t have to fight for space. We will definitely book next year, it’s worth every penny.”
When speaking to our happy campers in the Love Your Tent campsite, it’s clear that all are enjoying what it has to offer. The fact that they could turn up at any time yet still have their designated space was a definite winner with the security, toilets and hot showers also going down a storm.
Of course we can’t forget #Hendrix45
With such a lovely camping space, our festival goers can relax and get into the full swing of the festival spirit, including taking part in the Isle of Wight Festival’s attempt to create a world record. The revellers met at the main stage wearing Jimi Hendrix masks, marking 45 years since the rock icon made his last ever UK performance. Love Your Tent campers were obviously dressed to impress!