POSTPONED - Glastonbury Carnival (2020) Dining
In light of the current unprecedented circumstances – we are sorry to announce that this year’s Glastonbury Carnival will not now be able to go ahead.
All bookings will be rolled over to the 2021 event.
We apologise that the event is not able to take place, but we look forward to welcoming you back to the abbey for next year’s Carnival
Glastonbury Carnival Night ~ Sat 21st Nov 2020
We’re delighted you’re coming to visit Old Oaks on Glastonbury Carnival weekend and hope you’re looking forward to another spectacular carnival night, as we are.
Getting to the carnival
Hopefully, you’ll have booked your seats on one of the carnival coaches which we’ve organised to take you from Old Oaks to Glastonbury town. If not, book here.
What to do while you wait for the carnival – dining
The roads into Glastonbury close early on Carnival Day and our coaches will be leaving Old Oaks at 4.15pm. So what will you do while you wait for the carnival? We’ve teamed up with Abbey Tea Rooms, who are in a prime location to watch all the action, after you’ve had a scrumptious home cooked meal and can provide a warm, dry space to escape the hustle and bustle of carnival day. And all importantly, you can use their loo!
2 course meal with wine
Between 5pm and 8pm - £20.95 per person
2 course (main & dessert), home cooked meal, with a glass of wine and tea or coffee to finish. There are a limited number of seats per time slot, so early booking is advisable.
The main carnival carts start passing by Abbey Tea Rooms at roughly 8pm, which means you can book a meal up until 6.30pm and still have plenty of time to ear, before the action starts.
Due to the size of the venue and the expected popularity, the numbers for both options are strictly limited to ensure the comfort of all guests. Please book early.
Book a pitch at Old Oaks Touring Park
View Old Oaks website