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Pricing for onsite accomodation

Genevieve, 26 of January of 2024 at 16:04 Posted on Etiquette and Advice 0 1


Our wedding venue has 8 "glamping" huts (each sleep 2 people) and a campsite for tents/campers that we have exclusive use of. We've paid £750 to reserve the whole thing on the night of our wedding.
What do you think is a fair breakdown of charging people for these? I was thinking of making the camping free, then splitting the cost between the glamping huts so £93 per hut. But would it be fairer to ask for say £10 to camp and make the glamping cheaper? Lots of our guests are interested in glamping so I don't think we will be able to accomodate everyone as it is.

For reference we're getting married this summer and nearby premier inns are about £140 per night for that date currently.

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Latest activity by RomanticGreenStationery27135, 31 of January of 2024 at 18:12
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    Is the charge for accommodation separate from the charge for the ceremony/reception venue? Assuming they operate as a regular campsite when not booked for a wedding, do you know what the cost is per night? That might give you something to go on.

    How many pitches are on the campsite? Charging £10 to pitch a tent sounds fair, but if you have loads of people doing it, you could either make the the glamping pods ridiculously cheap, or else end up making a profit out of your guests, neither of which is likely to go down well!

    So I'd look at the numbers you can cater for and go from there.

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