Cheap Hotels in Glastonbury
A. B&B - Glastonbury Hotel
Camelot Retreat Hotel
St Anne's B&B Hotel
Belle-Vue - B&B Hotel
The Lion at Pennard Hotel
The Market House Inn Hotel
Living Waters Retreat House and B&B Hotel
Chestnuts Bed & Breakfast Hotel
The Glastonbury Town House Hotel
Meare Manor - Guest house Hotel
Hotels in Glastonbury
When you think of Glastonbury, you probably think of fun summer festival culture. That's the tip of the iceberg in a region rumoured to be Camelot from the legend of King Arthur. As such, the region is twinned with Lalibela, a place of pilgrimage in Ethiopia. The town further claims an unusually high number of museums covering local heritage and points of interest.
Glastonbury hotels and holiday homes tend to get booked up quite quickly. Decide exactly how you want to stay: B&Bs, self-catering, boutique hotels, chain hotels or rental apartments.
Every year, thousands of people flock to Glastonbury for live music and comedy, theatre and circus acts. It's the largest greenfield display of music and the performing arts in the world.
The festival is held on Worthy Farm in Pilton, and usually takes a break once every five years to let the land rest. Glastonbury's own website describes the event as ‘like going to another country', and planning a visit to the festival is akin to taking a separate holiday.
There's a lot more to the Glastonbury area than one annual event. The town's history and connections to English myths are visible everywhere you look.
In the ancient town centre, Glastonbury Abbey covers 37 acres. It's said that both King Arthur and Queen Guinevere are buried underneath the abbey. The abbey's visitor centre houses an award-winning museum.
The Chalice Well Trust & Gardens are shrouded in mystery, yet again linked to the Arthurian legends. In the middle of the landscaped gardens, the Holy Well is one of the UK's most ancient surviving wells.
For trips around Glastonbury and nearby Stonehenge, try Tor's Tour of the Tor. They also run tours in Cornwall and Scotland.
Food and drink
Have whatever you like for lunch or dinner. Glastonbury's high tourist numbers are well served by restaurants serving international cuisines and takeaway food.
As Glastonbury is in Somerset, you're never far from a traditional afternoon cream tea. Think dainty cakes, cucumber sandwiches and a generous pot of tea.
The festival's ‘hippy' atmosphere has resulted in several dedicated vegetarian and vegan restaurants popping up in Glastonbury. You'll be hard-pressed to find any local restaurant that doesn't have at least one veggie option on the menu.
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