FESTIVAL ADDRESS: Escot Park, Nr Fairmile, Devon
BLUE GATE: EX14 3AZ (for Yellow Car Parks and Campervan Fields)
RED GATE: EX11 1LU (for Accessible Campsite & Parking, Taxis and Drop Offs)

GATE OPENING TIMES
Gates open to the car parks from 12 noon on Thursday 18 August 2022 and then the site itself will open from 2pm (this includes all campsites including the accessible campsite).

Gates are open from 2pm – 9pm Thursday, 9am – 9pm Friday, 10am – 9pm Saturday & 10am – 3pm Sunday
Please note the earlier time for gates closing on Sunday for entry AND re-entry.
Please don’t come on site on Thursday and then try to leave straight away (eg to go shopping). No vehicles will be allowed to exit on Thursday (unless in an emergency) until 5pm.

BY BUS
This is the confirmed STAGECOACH bus timetable:
Thursday 18 August 2022 – From Exeter St David’s Station via Cheeke Street (opposite the new Exeter Bus Station) to Escot Park
Departs Exeter St David’s at 2pm, 4pm & 6pm
Friday 19 August 2022 – From Exeter St David’s Station via Cheeke Street (opposite the new Exeter Bus Station) to Escot Park
Departs Exeter St David’s at 10am, 12 noon, 2pm & 4pm
Monday 22 August 2022 – From Escot Park (Red Gate) to Exeter St David’s Station via Cheeke Street (opposite the new Exeter Bus Station)
Departs Escot Park at 9am, 10am, 11am & 12 noon

FREE SHUTTLE BUS
There is a free shuttle bus that runs between Feniton Station (wait for it if its not there) and the RED GATE at the festival site. It will run continuously during these times over the festival: Thursday  2pm – 8pm, Friday  9am – 2pm, Saturday  9am – 1pm, Sunday  9am – 1pm and Monday  9am – 12pm

If you are getting a train to Feniton station please try to coincide with these times so that you can use the free shuttle – its the safest way to get from the station to site.

BY CAR
Escot is just off the A30, between Exeter and Honiton. Exit the A30 at Daisymount (eastbound) and at Iron Bridge (westbound). Please follow signs for the BLUE ROUTE. Your routing sticker will help us to guide you on to the site and parked for the weekend. There is ample parking on site, please try and car share to avoid traffic and congestion. If you are being dropped off please follow signs for the RED ROUTE.

Cars will be parked in the Yellow Car Parks and then you will walk to one of the Yellow or Blue Pedestrian Gates (whichever is closer to you, they will be clearly signed) where you will exchange your tickets for wristbands to then get you access to the festival site and the campsites. Cars are separated from Campervan traffic for entry.

LOVE OUR NEIGHBOURS
If you are driving to the event then please be respectful of our neighbours and residents of local villages as you approach and leave the site and DO NOT park off the festival site. Please dont park on local roads, or laybys or particularly in areas where we have Clearway (no parking) Orders. Vehicles parked illegally will be towed. We have got lots of parking space on site. We can’t avoid there being some traffic at the beginning and end of the festival but please help us to minimise the impact on local communities.

BY TRAIN

Please note: the RMT Union announced on 14 July that workers at Network Rail and 14 train operators are to strike for another two days in August – Thursday 18 and Saturday 20 August

Call the 24hr National Rail Enquiries Line on 08457 48 49 50 for up to date rail information. Festival buses will run from Exeter St Davids to Escot. There are a few, but not many, trains that stop at Feniton which is the closest station to the festival site. Please wait for a lift to the festival site’s red pedestrian gate with the shuttle bus rather than walking from the station.

BY AIR
Exeter International Airport is situated off the A30, 5 miles from Exeter towards Escot Park. There are no buses from the Airport to the festival but a taxi from the airport will take about 10-15 minutes.

TAXI
There are a few local taxi companies or Apple Central Taxis in Exeter who have two offices – one in Exeter at St Davids Train Station or at Exeter Airport – who have set prices between the site, Ottery, Honiton and Exeter for Beautiful Days festival-goers. Contact 01392 66 66 66 for more information.

WEEKEND NON-CAMPERS
For those not camping at the festival, we would suggest finding somewhere very near the festival site off the A30 or  a B&B, Guest House or Hotel in Exeter, Ottery or Honiton which are the nearest towns/cities. If you are staying off-site then please be aware of gate opening times for re-entry. Call Ottery St Mary TIC on 01404 813964 or Honiton TIC on 01404 43716 are the nearest tourism information centres for help on local accommodation.