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Come Into Play, Stone

(3.2/5 based on 110+ 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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  • Took the grandkids here on their mothers suggestion. I can see why the kids love it but from my point of view it was hell on earth. Not because of the kids and noise! The staff stand around doing noth...  more »
  • Been several times now, it's a bit different with it all being wooden frames. Really quiet in term time weeks so that's when I like to take my 3 year old. Lovely coffee to be had and they do a rewards...  more »
  • Fab day out to let the kids burn off some energy Lots to explore for the children Good coffee menu And the burger was amazing 
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  • Great for the kids to play and parents to chill out. Its one of the largest play areas I've seen. Its got baby, toddler and a more adventurous area for kids over 4ish. Staff are very friendly and keep the place very tidy. The menu for food and drinks is reasonably priced. As everywhere can get busy in school holidays.
  • Fabulous place for kids, loads to keep them busy. Lovely food too!
  • It's great to keep children of all ages entertained. Bigger than average. does great parties. Hot and cold food and not bad either. free wifi. No time limits so in all a decent place to visit
  • I had a party booked for my sons 4th birthday and in all the places I've been for parties this was by far the worst place I've ever been, there was no parking for any of the party even though we were supposed to have had priority spaces, the guests were getting turned away from the car park and sent to another car park which said you can get clamped, my nephew is disabled and there wasn't a path from the car park to the venue so he wasn't able to use his wheelchair, the party food was burnt so I sent it back to the kitchen and got three tiny pieces of pizza sent back to me, then I complained to a manager who said they will speak to someone else she then came back to tell me she couldn't knock any money off I said I wasn't happy with it at all she then went away and said she can knock £10 off the bill except when I went to settle the remaining bill, I was told we've got to pay £11.95 per child instead of the £8.95 per child I was quoted when I booked the party (they quoted me a weekday price even though I booked it for a weekend which is more money and I didn't find this out until I went to pay) so then I had to argue the fact that that wasn't the price I was given when I rang up ..this took another half hour to sort out! By this point my sons birthday party was over and I missed most of his party, I would never recommend another party at come into play, I thought it would be less stress to not do a party at home and do it at a venue and relax a bit with having 3month old twins, it was more stress than it was worth. The whole thing was disorganised and the place was overpacked. Never again!!
  • Never really have a bad experience here but on occasion it can look and feel dirty. Due to the location of the play equipment in the middle of the room you cannot keep an eye on your child the whole time unless you follow them about.