American rock band Foo Fighters headline on Saturday evening, with Ed Sheeran closing the festival on Sunday.
Forget guy ropes and threadbare sleeping bags - this year, the 200,000 festival-goers descending on Glastonbury have taken glamping to decadent new levels.
The ‘Tenthouse Suite’ also boasts an open-plan living room fully furnished with antique armchairs and sofas, a dressing room and a bathroom.
Guests staying in the palatial tent, which has carpeted wooden flooring throughout, are treated to double beds with luxury handprinted Indian cotton linens in each room.
Mark Sorrill, who set up The Pop-Up Hotel in 2011, said: ‘It’s like a penthouse suite, so we called it the tenthouse suite.
It’s bigger than my house in terms of floor space, it’s massive - it’s 2000sq ft.‘It’s shabby-chic, boho style. The perception is maybe luxury but it is still a tent in a field.‘We hope that it is in the spirit of Glastonbury but with creature comforts.
These spacious structures have solid walls and floors and a 6ft 8in high solid roof. A 12ft yurt with space for four is priced at around £750 for five nights.