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Great place to spend a few hours

The play farm is ok nothing to write home about but worth a visit place is clean. The toilets where... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2018
Timothy H
All weather venue.

Parked across the road in Matalan (£2 for 2 hours). My first visit so chose a Tuesday afternoon and... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2018
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“soft play”(9 reviews)
“older kids”(6 reviews)
“pre school”(2 reviews)
The Play Farm is Cheltenham's largest Soft Play, fully refurbished in January 2018 with extended Play Frames in Baby and Toddler areas while a sensory light area wows the littlest ones. We take great pride in our restaurant/Cafe offering adults and...more
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The Brewery Quarter, Henrietta Street | Unit 18, Cheltenham GL50 4FA, England
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The play farm is situated in the city centre, in the brewery complex. It is fairly compact but has everything you could need. 3 ages for different age ranges. Plenty of seating for parents. A well stocked cafe and the food I saw looked really...More

Thank rebekah901
Reviewed 7 July 2018

I visited the ‘playfarm’ In Cheltenham this morning with my 5 yr old and 2 year old. The staff were friendly, polite and extremely helpful. I found the facilities to be clean and tidy. A little bit of bad timing on my part but I...More

1  Thank hillview1987
Reviewed 22 June 2018 via mobile

Very friendly staff and great little soft play centre for all younger aged children. Food is a very high standard not expected from a place like this but had the chorizo panini and it was fresh and very tasty great range to choose from too...More

Thank Maz M
Reviewed 30 April 2018

The play farm is ok nothing to write home about but worth a visit place is clean. The toilets where not a bit of s let down, an example of understaffing maybe

Thank Timothy H
Reviewed 29 April 2018

This is a marvellous facility for very young children to play in, and practice their climbing skills on a soft play area. They have so much fun, and meet other children in their age group. It's anall weather facility, but I can imagine it is...More

Thank Roy G
Reviewed 15 March 2018

Parked across the road in Matalan (£2 for 2 hours). My first visit so chose a Tuesday afternoon and it was fairly quiet. 2.5-year-old daughter had plenty of fun on the activities. The entrance price was irrelevant as it was all about having a good...More

Thank JonAMansfield
Reviewed 2 March 2018 via mobile

The play farm is a great soft play centre for kids of all ages as the separate areas keep the ages apart. Sometimes bigger kids go into the baby and toddler areas as all soft play but found this rarer here. Soft play areas itself...More

1  Thank eeyorebubbles
Reviewed 15 February 2018

I took my nearly 3-year-old daughter during half term. I expected it to be busy, and it was when I arrived (10:20). By 10:45 it was absolute bedlam. There must have been upwards of 60 kids there, in a small space. Because it was school...More

1  Thank linoprint
Reviewed 25 January 2018

Took the grandchildren for a treat and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves.. Great time climbing and sliding and generally letting off steam.

Thank Bucketgob
Reviewed 29 December 2017

This really is a great day out for kids. Lots of fun climbing, sliding, crawling to be had for toddlers and older kids. Nice menu and snacks on offer. However, beware of the kids unsupervised by lazy parents, they can bully and restrict the smaller...More

Thank Joanne W
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16 January 2017|
Response from Playfarm | Property representative |
Of course! :)