8 Places To Stay Near Tramlines
The closest place to camp near Tramlines Festival is Greenhead House Farm and it costs just £10 per night.
Just half an hour’s drive from Hillsborough Park you can stay in a 17th century converted church that looks a bit like a castle. Cool right?
This hotel ticks all the boxes for your stay in Sheffield. Comfort and location being the main advantages! You can drive to Hillsborough Park in roughly 12 minutes!
These two beautifully furnished bell tents are situated in a picturesque part of the world next to a stream. Featuring a double bed and memory foam mattress, coir matting and decorated with fair trade cushions, rugs and bed throws, there’s even a fire pit outside to toast your marshmallows over!
Bringing the kids? Bonus! Children under the ages of 17 stay and eat for free at the Holiday Inn, Royal Victoria.
This two-person tent, fitted with a double roll bed and pillows is in an urban permaculture garden. Added features include “fruit trees and an aquaponic fish pond, which now also hosts a large frog.”
This luxury Yurt has a log stove, private kitchen and bathroom, its own hot tub and use of the owners heated swimming pool.
Location, location, location! If you’re looking for a decent hotel within easy reach of Hillsborough Park. Look no further as the Best Western is a 15 min drive away and also is nearby the Super tram which runs very regularly.