24th–30th June 2024 - Broadchalke, Salisbury

CAMPING & GLAMPING

In a lush, green field, overlooking the site and surrounding valley,
and just a short walk from the main festival site,
is the History Festival camp site.

It is the perfect place from which to enjoy all the many features of the festival.

Camping

Check-in between 11am & 6pm.

Basic facilities – loos and piping hot showers. Water available from bowser so drinking water needs to be brought.

Broad Chalke Village Shop is walking distance, selling a range of essentials. Walking distance to Queens Head Pub – 1 Mile.

SORRY, NO DOGS OR FIRES.

Please read the full Terms & Conditions

  • VWs, Motor homes and tents welcome.
  • Level grass pitches on 6 acre site – with easy walking distance to the main festival arena.
  • Safe and secure site with 24 hour security.
  • Shower facilities and toilets provided. Plenty of hot water.
  • Small gas BBQs allowed (only).
  • There is no electricity hook-up available.
  • Sorry no fires and no dogs, this is a working organic sheep farm.
  • Plenty of food and drink options at the main festival site. Fully licensed bar.
  • Daily bookings taken during the week.
  • Public transport to site – there is a regular bus service from Salisbury train station to Broad Chalke.
  • Easy to get to by road, taxi or bus.

“The most stunning setting”

Glamping

We have a range of Glamping Tents to choose from including unfurnished and furnished and with sleeping up to six people.

Check-in between 11am & 6pm.

Broad Chalke Village Shop is walking distance, selling a range of essentials. Walking distance to Queens Head Pub – 1 Mile.

SORRY, NO DOGS OR FIRES.

Please read the full Terms & Conditions

Glamping bookings will be available very shortly via our partner Honeybells.

  • Separate area exclusively for Glampers.
  • Shower facilities and toilets provided. Plenty of hot water.
  • Safe and secure site with 24-hour security.
  • Small gas BBQs allowed (only).
  • Sorry no fires.
  • Sorry no dogs, this is a working organic sheep farm.
  • Drinking water needs to be brought.
  • Plenty of food and drink options at the main festival site. Fully licensed bar.

All Glampers have access to the ‘Pamper tent’ which has mirrors, dressing tables and hair dryers.

“It’s fantastic to look across the valley and see the amazing festival below.”