Our Best Festival Apartments for your Summer Music Holiday

Our Best Festival Apartments for your Summer Music Holiday

Our Best Festival Apartments for your Summer Music Holiday

The festival scene is back this summer, with line ups bigger than ever and excitement starting to brew for those who have already secured a ticket. There is nothing better than having all your plans lined up for the next few months, so why not sort your accommodation out while you’re at it? After trudging through a muddy field all day, no doubt drenched by the usual English weather, the last thing you’ll want to do is sit in a cramped tent trying to keep warm in an inadequate sleeping bag! Read on to discover some of our best festival apartments near to some top draw events this summer. 

Parklife Festival

Giving festival-goers a ‘new date to dance’, 2021 Parklife has been postponed to the 11-12th of September, in the hopes that restrictions will have fully lifted at this point. An independent festival that is held annually in Manchester Heaton Park, beats from different genres are blended from the likes of hip hop, grime, pop and house DJs.

Large living room, open plan kitchen and dining area
The large and inviting open plan living area is the perfect place to refuel before the festival and relax after

Get ready for the perfect blend of home and hotel when staying at these Staycity Manchester Piccadilly serviced apartments near Parklife. The festival apartments comprise one, two and three bedrooms, accommodating larger groups with ease. The weather can be hit and miss in England – especially up north – so the ability to retreat back to your cosy Manchester apartment with fresh towels and bed linen and on-site guest laundry to wash your muddy clothes is a blessing. For those travelling to Parklife by train, these apartments are also conveniently located within half a kilometre of Piccadilly train station, making the journey home a breeze.

This Is Tomorrow

A newly established festival which only had a one year run before being halted due to the pandemic, This Is Tomorrow set in Newcastle is already the North East’s largest festival. Now taking place on the 17th, 18th and 19th September after delaying its May dates, headlining acts include Gerry Cinnamon and Sam Fender. Additionally, to pay homage to the incredible work that the NHS have carried out over the past year, they are putting on an additional date, free for all NHS workers as a thank you named ‘This Is For The NHS’.

White sheets on a large bed with fantastic views of Newcastle
Wake up after a day of dancing to fantastic panoramic views across Newcastle from your king size bed

With the festival being centrally located, a festival apartment is your best option as it allows you to have a homely base within a short distance of the event. Roomzzz Newcastle City Apartments location couldn’t be better, allowing you to reach Exhibition Park within a half an hour walk through the centre. Consider extending your trip after This Is Tomorrow to explore close by attractions such as the Quayside and Theatre Royal; trust us, once you arrive at Roomzzz you’ll never want to leave!

Wireless Festival

Each summer, London becomes a paradise for festival goers with nearly every week filled with day events or music spanning the full weekend. One of the UK’s largest hip-hop and urban music festivals, Wireless Festival, is also regarded as one of London’s most loved festivals and this year the events debuts for the first time in the well-known Crystal Palace Park in September.

Sophisticated furnishings in the studio apartment with neutral tones
These apartments are impeccably furnished and are the perfect base to retreat to after Wireless

Kingsland Locke Apartments interiors reflect the colours and scenes of the vibrant neighbourhood they are situated in - Dalston. Providing a king size bed to sink into after a day of dancing and kitchenette facilities to prepare a large breakfast to fuel your day, these serviced apartments near Wireless Festival will have you recharged and ready for each day of the event.

Green Man Festival

Situated within the picturesque Brecon Beacons in Wales, many describe the Green Man Festival as a magical mountain retreat. The festival has taken a massive stand in terms of sustainability, taking half its name quite literally by ditching the likes of straws and disposable cups, using alternative power sources and collecting and donating unbroken camping equipment to Help Refugees and Newport to Calais Aid Collective. Alongside fantastic live music, Green Man is also host to a range of activities that involve science, wellness and films; it is truly a festival for all ages.

Modern kitchen and dining area
The kitchen helps cut down on the cost of eating out whilst at the festival and allows you to prepare a full breakfast to fuel your day

For those who prefer a roof over their heads rather than a flimsy tent on a festival weekend, escaping to Quay Apartments in Newport after a long day of fun is essential. These one and two bedroom apartments comprise double beds, one bathroom, a living area and a fully equipped kitchen; luxuries you’ll truly appreciate after a day in the mud. Additionally, although situated in the centre, the apartments have double glazed windows to supply a quiet night’s sleep – a far cry away from the blasting tunes of Green Man.

Reading and Leeds Festival

These twin music festivals simultaneously take place over the August bank holiday and share the same line-up each year. Reading Festival actually dates back to 1971 and was originally known as the National Jazz Festival, however these days both festivals have evolved into well-known rock events who have welcomed the likes of Nirvana, Biffy Clyro and Linkin Park. If you’ve never been before, or this is your first festival altogether, don’t panic as the festivals actually have a first timers guide to quash any worries you may have and prepare you to become a full time festival goer before you’ve even stepped foot in one.

Skyline views of Leeds from the living room
Admire the skyline views of Leeds from the living room with the Juliet balconies flooding light into the living room

If you are attending the Reading Festival, our Reading Kings Lodge Apartments are situated within the heart of the city and are only a ten minute drive from the festival. These apartments offer cosy beds, at least one bathroom with sleek fittings and an open-plan living and dining area with a fully equipped kitchen. Alternatively, if you are looking for serviced apartments near Leeds Festival, the contemporary X1 Aire Apartments have two bedrooms and are in close proximity of the city centre, but also conveniently within a thirty minute journey of Brampton Park.

Ditch the sodden tent life and enjoy your evenings in one of our stylish and comfortable festival apartments. Contact us today with the festival you are attending and the location you want to stay, and we’ll do the rest; festival life has never been so luxurious!

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