Baby Room

This space is an ideal retreat, separated from the main play area with a child-proof gate but still easily accessible from the main room.

It is approx 40m² of safe space for only the youngest customers. It has a specialist sensory area containing lots of different features to interest inquisitive young minds, along with additional seating space dedicated to parents and babies, with maternity pillows.  We believe we are the only indoor play centre in the area with a proper dedicated space for babies, so come and give it a try!

To maintain this room as a safe-haven for babies to explore, we ask all customers to observe the following…

This is only a guide age, as babies obviously develop at very different rates, but the general rule is that only babies or recently-walking toddlers are allowed (IE. toddlers still unsure on their feet). No child is allowed into the room that could be considered a hazard if playing freely around babies. The one exception is older disabled children with limited mobility who may be considered suitable for the room. If you have any doubt then please ask us beforehand.

Our general pram policy is to keep all prams in our entrance area and out of the play centre, (for space, hygiene and safety reasons) but we realise that sometimes bringing a pram indoors is unavoidable, such as for newborns or sleeping babies. However, due to the nature of this room (being long and narrow with only one exit), we must insist that no prams are allowed in the baby-room itself.

Obviously there will be customers who have mixed-age children and may wish to use the baby room without leaving the older children outside of the room. Sadly we have to be strict with the baby-room age limit for the comfort and safety of all users. It is also due to the equipment itself, as it is sensory equipment designed for very young children and is not robust enough to survive boystrous play. If you’d like to use the room but also have older children who want to stay with you, they may only sit in the seating area of the room and not enter the sensory space. Please help us to keep this as a safe, calm space for babies to roam freely.

This is a very popular space and whilst it’s almost always available for everyone, during the busiest times we ask all customers to respect others is anyone is waiting to use the room due to it being full. For example, if there is more than one adult in your group they may be able to sit in the main room enjoying a coffee for a while, to allow more space in the baby room?