Review: Little Urchins Soft Play – Warminster

We often go to soft play places when meeting up with far away friends as there’s usually one somewhere in the middle between where we both live. Our latest play date soft play was at Little Urchins in Warminster.

Little Urchins is set on an industrial estate with plenty of parking. It still has a really fresh, new feeling and the one indoor play room is the perfect size to be able to keep an eye on the kids whilst having a cup of tea and a catch up with friends.

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As soon as we got to Little Urchins Little Man ran off to play. The main play frame had a couple of slides, a ball pit and lots of places to look out at the room below. It also had a section for younger children with a smaller slide, soft play shapes and a nice soft and chunky ladder to climb up.

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On the other side of the room there was a baby area with play gyms, lots of soft play shapes and another ball pool, the perfect place for babies to play safely away from bigger children.

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Around the room there were also other toys to play with – lots of plastic, noisy toys that children love, baby walkers and even a wooden playhouse. Whatever activity your child enjoys they are bound to find something they love at Little Urchins.

Little Urchins has a cafe too which has a good range of food options – sandwiches, baguettes, paninis and even nachos. They have similar options for the children or a kid’s lunch box which was a bargain at £3.90 and included a full size sandwich with a choice of fillings.

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Overall the Little Urchins food and drink prices were really reasonable and so much cheaper than similar places we have been to. I paid just £2.50 for a good size portion of nachos and £1.50 for each cup of tea. Entry to soft play is just £1 for under ones, £3.50 for under twos and £4.50 for over twos. They also don’t charge extra for adults and babies are free when accompanied by an older sibling.

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We loved our time at Little Urchins and I think it would be perfect for children up to around five or slightly older. When we went, on a term time weekday it was quite quiet and we had a really enjoyable time spent playing, relaxing, eating, drinking and chatting. It was the perfect place for a play date, the staff were lovely and friendly and they were constantly cleaning and tidying up which was great to see.

I know that Little Urchins will be a regular place to visit from now on and we are so glad we found it – it’s not often you get a well looked after, clean and affordable soft play. Little Urchins ticks all the boxes.

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One thought on “Review: Little Urchins Soft Play – Warminster

  1. Ah this sounds good 🙂 oddly I also wrote about soft play yesterday. I find the small ones so much better than the big ones at the moment with young children, Lia gets a bit left out if we go to a big soft play.x
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