Hotel Bell Tent

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Hotel Bell Tent caters for small, medium and large events, offering original and stylish boutique camps.

Guests never have to be too far from the action and are able to retreat to a luxurious tent at the end of their day. Perfect!

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Where it all began

Hotel Bell Tent has grown hugely since it’s humble beginnings in 2008 when partner company Bell Tent UK was asked to provide a boutique camp for Haselstock Festival. The following year brought the first official pitch as Hotel Bell Tent when we were asked to provide a camp of 30 tents for Glastonbury festival and 70 tents for Glade Festival. From there it was onwards and upwards!

Hotel Bell Tent now operates at over 40 festivals, parties, weddings and corporate events all over the UK each year. Our pop-up canvas accommodation now consists of up to 260 Bell Tents and 40 Emperor Tents – which can be set up to create luxuriously cosy glamping packages sleeping two, four or six people. We provide a reception and 24 hour assistance, bell boy service and chill out lounge as standard, with added extras from event to event.

Our Concept

Our concept blends the romance of sleeping under canvas with the fun, glamour, luxury and service you would expect in a boutique hotel. Tents are beautifully dressed with accessories and furniture from our ‘Camping with Soul’ accessories range along with Egyptian cotton bedding and fluffy bath towels. Guests can relax and sleep in ultimate luxury and style in a grassy field, close to the action of their event.

No pitching or packing down necessary and no need to leave the fun early! Simply turn up, enjoy, and leave all the hard work to us. Guests can book on-line via our automated booking system providing us with details of their requirements – allowing us to look after everyone, from the initial point of contact until they check out at the end of the event.

With over 4 years of industry experience working at many high end private parties, weddings and events, we guarantee guests will be thrilled – they just won’t want to go home