We are delighted and look forward to the TREEHOUSE FAMILY PLAY AREA opening 15th March. It looks and sounds like much more than we could ever have imagined or expected!
This large beautiful Victorian Freemasons hall of 1898 just off commercial road on to St Michael’s road (formerly known as snow toggs) is a much more than expected play area for kids.
The owners have completely updated and refreshed this entire historic and beautiful building.
To the front main hall is the principle Cafe where their interior designer Crispin (with works among others as the Satchi gallery under his belt) has created a grown up space with bespoke tables, feature lighting and also a few quirky childlike extras to complete the over all look.
It has a stone baked pizza oven and the owners have even a artisan baker to supply the dough. With meatballs and good coffee on the menu, free Wi Fi, daily paper and books this is sure to prove a great success
Down stairs is the yet to be finished party space with another cafe/bar as an ideal private function space.
To the back in its 20ft high hall is the much anticipated play frame built not just for the kids but for grown ups too – with high rise curly slide, tower and even canons to be fired!
We would like to thank Chris and Claire for their investment in the triangle. We are positive this is going to prove a great success and a major plus for the area. We can’t wait to see it open and give it and them our utmost support! More to follow with pictures when open.