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Shelly1262

Zoobells / zooloos

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On 5/13/2019 at 11:09 PM, Shelly1262 said:

Hi guys, has anyone heard of zoobells or used them before? 

http://zoobells.co.uk/events-page/glasto-2019/

We were thinking of booking with them to save carrying all the camping gear but there doesnt seem to be reviews or much talk online about them....so it's kind of putting us off booking with them. Any advice appreciated.

Wow, they're not cheap, and the location is not great, "10-15 minutes" (so at least 15 minutes) outside Gate D, which is not a great point to be entering. Unless the salon/pampering aspect is really important to you I reckon you'd be better off trying to get into one of the other glamping options - if not Worthy View then Tangerine Fields or Love Fields, or one of the other options.

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1 hour ago, Brave Sir Robin said:

Wow, they're not cheap, and the location is not great, "10-15 minutes" (so at least 15 minutes) outside Gate D, which is not a great point to be entering. Unless the salon/pampering aspect is really important to you I reckon you'd be better off trying to get into one of the other glamping options - if not Worthy View then Tangerine Fields or Love Fields, or one of the other options.

Not cheap is an under statement! There are a lot of very financially stable people there as all the £2500+ options for luxury tipi's etc are sold out!

Getting back to your question. If you have the cash it looks lovely and I'm sure very relaxing once there. 

I've stayed before in Tangerine fields and worthy view and both off site options are a lot less glamourous they do offer a level of comfort and are reachable to the site.

Zoobells being 10-15 mins away is definetly 15-20 mins away from the gate! Also Gate D is really far from all areas so to the Pyramid for  example would take you the best part of 1 hour (including getting to the gate) 

The SE corner is even further.

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Those luxury Tipis look wonderful oh and to have a proper bed. Not convinced people would stay at them long enough to make any of it worth while (and I have no where near that money). Still different folks etc.

Not much use to the OP sorry. They do appear to be all over the place though through different festivals and events, would have thought if rubbish they would not have so many clients

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On 5/13/2019 at 11:09 PM, Shelly1262 said:

Hi guys, has anyone heard of zoobells or used them before? 

http://zoobells.co.uk/events-page/glasto-2019/

We were thinking of booking with them to save carrying all the camping gear but there doesnt seem to be reviews or much talk online about them....so it's kind of putting us off booking with them. Any advice appreciated.

I’d nab something from the Worthy View resale that’s come on today if I were you, much better location (albeit up steep hill).

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I have consumed a considerable amount of alcohol which may be clouding my judgement,  but it seems to me that you're exchanging a considerable amout of dosh for a semi comfortable shit

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On 5/13/2019 at 11:09 PM, Shelly1262 said:

Hi guys, has anyone heard of zoobells or used them before? 

http://zoobells.co.uk/events-page/glasto-2019/

We were thinking of booking with them to save carrying all the camping gear but there doesnt seem to be reviews or much talk online about them....so it's kind of putting us off booking with them. Any advice appreciated.

Prices at Zoobells aren't a million miles away from Love Fields, which are a lot closer to the action being just outside PGC.

Worth having a look at them as the location is perfect, imo.

Edited by MoilyX

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Call me cynical, but is this not just a poor attempt at advertising? OPs First post with a link to an expensive campsite, no replies or further comments from OP, no comments on any other thread etc?!?

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3 minutes ago, sprocketrocket said:

Call me cynical, but is this not just a poor attempt at advertising? OPs First post with a link to an expensive campsite, no replies or further comments from OP, no comments on any other thread etc?!?

If it was then I don't think it has worked :)

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