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Come Into Play, Stone

Categories: Playgrounds, Fun & Games, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
An indoor bespoke timber structure designed to provide children and families a space to have fun in. Promoting healthy eating with a cafe serving hot and cold food. A great venue for birthday parties.
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  • Ive visted come into play 13/10/16 And it will be the last time i visit again which its such a shame as my daughter loves the play area but the experience yesterday was just shocking. Firstly there wa...  read more »
  • Probably our favorite playcentre in the area and we've done quite few! Fantastic climbing frames for the little ones which they never seem to get bored of. But the added bonus is the food is excellent...  read more »
  • Frequently visit here. We bought a pass at the beginning of the year which you pay about £30 upfront and it entitles you to 10 visits throughout the year, it works out cheaper that way especially if y...  read more »
  • First time we've been with a 2 1/2 year old. The play equipment is great, clean and different to the usual with it being constructed from logs and timber. The food was OK, the coffee was lovely. There seemed to be plenty of tables available (Monday lunchtime) and not too many kids on the equipment. The only thing that let it down personally were the rather shabby mens toilets. We'll definitely visit again though.
  • Here for a 4yr old birthday party. Been to "a few" of these parties and I have to say the place is clean and we'll maintained. Slightly different experience for the kid's due to a more natural looking play unit rather than the usual modular padded frame systems. One for 0-5 and then +5's. Party food is good with whole bits of chicken and fish for their gougons with a dedicated party area upstairs, but there doesn't appear to have a public lift. It is true to say that it is on average, before any discounts it's around 10-20% more expensive than compared to say Tiny Terrorz both in door price and counter services, but I would say in terms of facilities it gives a different experience for the kids
  • Really good play area with lots of places to sit. Kids loved it
  • First impressions weren't too good. The tables were dirty, despite the amount of staff working. Toilets were in a similar state. However the equipment is really good and the food is very tasty, it's just a shame that my beef burger was raw in the middle and when I took it back, I was offered the choice of another burger or having my half eaten burger recooked! The disabled toilet would not be able to be used by a wheelchair user.. The flush is 5 foot up the wall. As for the parking, the overflow is about 200 metres away with no dedicated footpath in between the two locations, very dangerous with the lorries and other traffic around. Overpriced for what it is, we won't be going back.
  • Great for younger babies (0-2) as soft play area is rather quiet. Older children areas is huge. Lots of areas to play. Toilets and rather clean although seating area is quite small
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