If you’re camping on the showground, you’ll be allocated a ‘village’ to camp in. Each village is made up of a group of churches and you’ll be allocated a village colour and number to help you locate your pitch. You’ll be camping with people from the church that you choose on your booking form, and we’ll prioritise camping local churches near each other. Each village has a host who cares for everyone’s safety and well-being. They’ll show you where to pitch up on arrival and will help create a friendly and welcoming community vibe. 


There are many off-site accommodation options not far from the showground in Shepton Mallet, Castle Cary, Glastonbury and further afield. These include local hotels, B&Bs, holiday homes, glamping and camping sites. Off-site tickets are £40 cheaper than camping tickets and allow access to the New Wine festival from 7am to midnight each day. 

We’ve put together this list of available accommodation options that we will update weekly…

Midsomer Lodges – 5 minutes drive

Middle Farm House – 5 minutes drive

Montigo Resorts – 8 minutes drive

Cross Ways Hotel – 12 minutes drive

The George Inn – 12 minutes drive

The Old Down Inn – 15 minutes drive

Premier Inn Wells – 15 minutes drive

New Oak Farm Lodges – 15 minutes drive

The Wookey Hole Inn – 20 minutes drive

Shepherd Hut – 20 minutes drive

Premier Inn Glastonbury – 20 minutes drive

George and Pilgrims Inn – 20 minutes drive

Redan – 20 minutes drive

Best Western Centurion Hotel – 22 minutes drive

Hygge Somerset – 25 minutes drive

These accommodation options are in no way endorsed by New Wine, and booking is at your own risk.  

Our friends at the Bath and West Showground have also put together this handy guide if you need help finding accommodation.