When it comes to choosing a playhouse for your children, there is so much to consider. Some customers just want a den type of structure as a handy hideout and bike store. However some customers want something a little more special. Here are three of our most popular playhouses…
The Bancroft Playhouse http://www.climbingframesuk.com/outdoor-toys/bancroft-playhouse/
The Bancroft Playhouse is a beautiful wooden playhouse, designed to provide your children with hours of fun and imaginative play, and look great in your garden. It comes complete with a cafe counter and chalk board, two flower boxes and beautiful, solid cedar wood as standard. Just add your children and their imagination. On Monday it could be a cafe, and by Friday it could be a school, having become a florist, artist studio and pizza restaurant in the meantime! Why not add some bunting, or even a pirate flag, the flower boxes could be a convenient place for buried treasure…
The Georgian Playhouse http://www.climbingframesuk.com/outdoor-toys/georgian-playhouse/
The Georgian Playhouse is a quality, decorative, wooden playhouse. It includes great features such as a serving counter, bench and stable style door. Exciting extra features include a play phone, sink, cooker, pans, working shutter window, serving counter and bench. What a wonderful place to make mud pies! Your children could even use the cute chalk board to list the days mud pie ‘specials’ complete with disgusting descriptions and pictures.
The Maradale Playhouse http://www.climbingframesuk.com/outdoor-toys/maradale-playhouse/
The Maradale Playhouse is very similar to the Georgian Playhouse, but with pretty pink detailing around the windows. There’s a brown stable style front door with pink window frame, and matching brown bench. The bench faces a cafe style counter with a chalk board. There’s also a working doorbell to finish things off beautifully, with a play phone, deluxe kitchen set, including sink, stove, pot, pan and spatula. This could be a little home from home in your garden, and could feature in all sorts of fun and games – birthday parties, easter egg hunts, teddy bears picnics – or just somewhere to relax with an ice cream (or two)
So which is your favourite?