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Come Into Play Reviews
Been here a few time with our toddler and she loves it. It's split into 3 areas. A large under 2's soft area separate from main bit and a large play area containing a smaller adventure area for 2-4 ye... more »
There are separate areas for under 5's but my 2 year old grandson much preferred the other section which made is a bit hard for the 70 year old me to get into some of the areas but we managed. The mac... more »
Fantastic venue for a party. Lots of room with areas catering for all ages, although I can see where some complaints about the 0-2 area being out of the way/out of sight come from. As for the party th... more »
We had our daughters 5th birthday party here and it was brilliant. The staff sorted everything out for me, it was all very well organised and the kids loved it. Great indoor place for the children to let loose. The party food was ideal for the children and again the staff were very accommodating and laid it all out beautifully. Nothing was too much trouble either. They also serve a nice cup of coffee too!
Our experience here with our 1 year old. If you bring a child here over 5, they might have a good time, there are 2 big towers in the middle for children to climb, run and a couple of little slides. The menu for kids and adults is expected for a play house cheap and cheerful (£ 4 -6 meal cost ). If you bring children under 5 there isn't much to do other than crawl around, no toys and the areas that are for under 2 are packed with 10year olds. No matter what age your child is you have to pay, the tables are dirty and baby highchairs are dirty too so bring wipes, there are better play factorys out there so proceed with caution.
I knew half term would be busy, but my god had to leave after just an hour due to how cold the entire place was. I mean every sat in coats was a little hint. I could deal with how busy it was but some heat would of been nice. The toilets had leaked all over the floor, not been dealt with. Disgusting. To be charged for such little babies was just a disgrace. I mean what is a 1 week old gonna do in that place. Just pure greed. Also controls of the right children being in the right area needs to be better. High chairs need either scrubbing and binning, how you could expect to put any child in them is beyond me. Will NOT be returning. This place used to be good. Gone down hill massively.
Great place. There is a lovely big wooden frame with separate areas for smaller children. Loads of seating, including sofas. It's a huge room, so it feels spacious.
We have been here a few times and it has always been great. Th play area is very good, very nice size, the food is tasty, the standard of cleanliness is also very good. Happy with the visit.
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