Hello and welcome to the stunning Also Festival site! 

This summer, immerse yourself in the breathtaking Also Festival site. It’s all yours to explore, get lost in and take some time away from the everyday.

The site was famously landscaped in 1768 by Capability Brown - an 18th century artist, gardener, and designer of more than 170 parks, who got his nickname as he would often tell his customers their properties had "capability" for improvement (top marketing skills!)

We encourage our festival-goers to get the full ALSO experience and spend the weekend at our uniquely designed glamping site - The Hippy Heights Hotel. No festival would be complete without nights spent under the starry sky, and ALSO allows you to experience that in real comfort!

Don’t camp, won’t camp? Why not stay at the gorgeous 3-star hotel Charlecote Pheasant Hotel just a 7-minute drive away. The hotel features a range of standard double rooms, twin rooms & family room with all ensuite bathrooms. And the Mercure Warwickshire Walton Hall, a 4 Star Hotel and Spa, is next door to the site. However, we are in 50 acres and they are in 70 so it is a 10-minute drive away (or half an hour over wild ground for any hikers).

Escape the everyday and take a stroll around the 50 acres of wild site and don't forget to take a dip in the picturesque lake!

The breathtaking natural landscapes create a perfect place to escape from reality and spend some time in a friendly, like-minded community. Our mission is to allow our festival-goers to completely immerse themselves in nature and wilderness. We believe the site of the festival enables that through its peace and isolation, as well as a wide range of natural wildlife.

Want to come and experience this amazing location?
Here's how to do it:

  • On the 2nd of July, join us for the energising group bike ride from Oxford all the way to the festival site. All of the brave cyclists will receive a welcome pint upon arrival - a little encouragement from our team.
  • By car - the site is only a ten minute drive from the M40, and a 15 minute drive from Leamington Spa. There is a free car park, and you will receive directions and a map with your ticket. If you wish to purchase a car pass to park near to where you camp, you can do so through this link.
  • By public transport - the easiest way to get to the site by public transport is to take a train from Marylebone or Birmingham Moor St. The station nearest to the site is Leamington Spa. There are no shuttle buses running to or from the station, however, there will be plenty of taxis (estimated cost £18).

And of course, don't forget to grab your festival ticket. Get yours here before it's too late.

With love,
The ALSO Team