Travel and Accommodation: Creamfields
Creamfields is located just between Liverpool and Manchester in the beautiful Cheshire countryside (Daresbury,Cheshire) and couldn’t be easier to get to, whatever your mode of transport.
You can get to Cheshire via air, rail, road. Separate festival shuttles are also available.
If you are travelling to Creamfields from overseas then book your flights to either Liverpool John Lennon Airport or Manchester Airport. From Liverpool John Lennon Airport, you can take a short bus journey to Liverpool South Parkway train station where you can catch a train to Warrington Central and hop on a Creamfields shuttle bus which will take you directly to the festival. If you are flying into Manchester Airport, you can also take a train to Warrington Central from the train station at the airport.
Cheak out the routes to festival from the airports by clicking here.
The nearest train stations to the Creamfields festival site are Runcorn Station, Warrington Central, Warrington Bank Quay and Liverpool Lime Street, all of which are connected to the main line and have shuttle buses operating to and from the site all day and night. Runcorn doesn’t have any buses running to the site, only from the site upon leaving. Warrington, Liverpool and Manchester will have buses running to and from the site.
To see the routes to Creamfields from the railway staions, click here.
Self: Creamfields is located in Daresbury, Cheshire in the North West of England near to Liverpool and Manchester. The routes to Creamfields will be clearly signposted to help avoid traffic snarl ups and ensure everyone gets maximum time at the festival and minimum time on the motorway. If you follow the dedicated Creamfields signs to the festival you will get to the site quicker.Try not to use sat-nav systems as there will be road closures in place around the festival site.
Taxi: If you are taking a taxi to site, please ensure that the taxi driver follows signs to the Drop Off & Pick Up point. Try to use only pre-booked taxis, agree fares in advance of the start of the journey and make a note of the driver ID badge and vehicle plate to report any issues you have to the onsite taxi marshals. If you do use a Hackney cab, make sure that the meter is on and that the driver is aware that they may only drop off at the designated Drop Off point at the festival.
By Festival Shuttle Bus:
The Creamfields shuttle bus service operates from Liverpool, Manchester and Warrington (with a return service only available from the festival site to Runcorn & Widnes). With all of our shuttle bus locations connected to major transport hubs, it couldn’t be easier. To pre-order your shuttle bus tickets now and guarantee your seat on the bus, click here. Alternatively, you can purchase your shuttle bus tickets on the day of travel too.
1. On Site Camping
Apart from camping in personal tents, you can book tents via the festival website. There are three kinds of camping experiences offered apart from the standard camping. You can check them out here and book the tickets here. The weather would be warm so plan to carry drinking water and sun block. Stoves and grills are allowed at the camp site.
2. Off Site Accommodation
If you’re not planning to camp and planning to stay in a hotel in Danesbury or Cheshire, there are a lot of options available.
Distance from festival venue: 1.8km
Charges per night for a standard double room: Rs. 4,827
The 4-star bedrooms at Daresbury Park Hotel & Spa have a work desk and limited free WiFi access. All rooms feature a private bathroom with luxury toiletries, and a satellite TV with on-demand movies. Steam, Bake and Grill serves a European menu and traditional breakfasts. Guests can enjoy freshly baked cookies and gourmet coffees in the Java Lounge, and Lounge Bar offers light snacks and drinks.
Distance from festival venue: 5.3km
Charges per night for a twin room is Rs. 7,565
The spacious, luxury rooms have an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV with Sky channels and free WiFi. The state-of-the-art health club includes a gym and a spa with a swimming pool, steam room, sauna and whirlpool. There are 7 treatment rooms offering massage, facials and manicures. There is also a relaxation room. The Topiary in the Park Restaurant offers an à la carte menu, featuring traditional English dishes, as well as seafood and game. Free parking is available for guests.
Distance from festival grounds: 5.3km
Charges per night: Rs 7,407 for a double room
With ample free parking, the hotel has a superb leisure club, a restaurant, a pub, and free WiFi throughout. The well appointed en suite guest rooms are sleek and modern. Each includes comfort cooling, a flat-screen TV with satellite and a hospitality tray.
Distance from venue: 6.2km
Charges per night for a standard double room: Rs. 9,987
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, The Partridge offers pet-friendly accommodation in Warrington. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer.
The Kings Head offers accommodation with free parking and free WiFi in the heart of Warrington. The Central Railway Station is just opposite the B&B offering regular connections to Manchester, Liverpool and Chester. Each bedroom at The Kings Head features an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Distance from festival venue: 7.2km
Charges per night for a standard twin room is Rs. 5,160
Just off junction 12 of the M56 motorway, the hotel has free on-site parking, modern air-conditioned rooms, and a convenient location with good access to the region’s major road network. Bath facilities along with hot tea and spas make it worth the money!
Distance from festival venue: 8.8km
Charges per night for a twin room: Rs. 4,823
Offering guests free parking, free continental breakfast, free local gym membership and free high-speed Wi-Fi, Happy Guests Lodge has spacious accommodation with HD TVs. At Happy Guests Lodge, the en suite bedrooms all feature 30-channel digital TVs, telephones, hairdryers, heaters and tea/coffee.
The 17th-century inn The Hollybush offers en suite accommodation and high-quality dining, around 10 minutes’ drive from Northwich. With a traditional thatched roof, this inn is situated in the Bartington Green Conservation Area and offers free WiFi and parking. The guest rooms are located in the former barns of what was once a working farm. All have a flat-screen TV, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities, as well as an en suite shower with a hairdryer.
Distance from festival site is 11 km
Charges per night for a budget double room is Rs. 3,229
Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Every room is fitted with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms have a private bathroom fitted with a bath or shower.
Distance from festival venue is 13.2km
Charges per night for a standard single room is Rs. 2,913.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Mersey View Hotel offers accommodation in Widnes, 39 km from Manchester. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV and DVD player. You will find a kettle in the room. Each room includes a private bathroom.