Inside Glastonbury’s luxury campsite owned by the star family MIC Digby

Made In Chelsea star Digby Edley is best known for his time on the E4 reality show, but he also has an interesting link to the Glastonbury Festival

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Luxury campsite in Glastonbury owned by the star family MIC Digby

When you think about camping in Glastonbury, you picture tiny tents, sleeping bags and not much else.

However, there are campsites dotted around to offer a bit more luxury, one of which is owned by the family of Made In Chelsea star Digby Edgley.

Winding Lake offers guests the opportunity to stay in luxury vans, bell tents and Storage Boxes – which are compact squares with solid sides.

Those who stay have access to warm showers, electricity, and clean fixtures – things that don’t exist if you’re staying in the carnival slums.

The property’s large grounds have room for nearly 1,000 yards, where you can stay in the provided accommodation or rent a space and bring your own camping van.

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The Digby family owns the campsite


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The site is called Winding Lake


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Each accommodation also has a parking space next to it, so you can pack as much as you like.

The front desk staff is ready to greet you with a wristband and take you to where you are in luxurious gold carts, like a 5-star resort.

If you’re easy to get stuck, this place isn’t for you as you’ll be playing alongside reality TV stars and musicians – some Glasto activities use the facility to land their helicopters before boarding stage.

Digby and his MIC friend Julius Cowdrey also put a change behind the quaint bar.

There are almost 1000 pitches on the site


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However, Digby seemed to do more than pull the wheel as he explained to us that his family and Winding Lake staff took about two months to “set up” but they used the whole year to “ prepare”.

The Pyramid Stage is about a 15-minute walk away, but you can also choose to catch a shuttle bus, which picks up and drops off every 10 minutes from 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. You may only be on the bus for 10 minutes but some are already equipped with energy drinks, water and wet wipes for purchase.

Food and drink in Winding Lake is also a lot. With breakfast available from 8:30am and a private coffee tent if you’re not in the mood to eat yet – tea costs £2.80 while coffee around £3.

Tickets for the site sold out quickly


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Bacon rolls that can be made floating by adding sausage, mushrooms with a minced side start from £6 per bap.
You can enjoy dinner from 5pm until late with dishes that vary depending on the day, from burgers and ‘luxury dogs’ to pizza and grilled cheese.

Not only is it food and drink provided on the premises, but the Powder Puff Girls hair and beauty salon also has a tent set up to offer hairstyling, makeup and more.

If your hangover has gotten better and a Barrocca won’t, Effects doctors will also offer IV drips that cost between £40 and £199.

If you want to book accommodation in Winding Lake, you need to hurry because a guest told us they have to book accommodation when they get their Glasto ticket!

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