Firstly the parking is super easy - underground, lots of car spots on offer, and a lift transports you up to Corner Cubbyhouse!
Once inside there are a couple of key soft play areas; an under 2's area all gentile and calming when compared to the 3 to 12 year olds maze extravaganza - which is where O spent most of his time. There is also a jumping castle and a funnel tunnel tower (as I call it). So, the big kids maze has various entry and exit points, a small slide a mega slide and all manner of obstacles to climb on and over and through. O is only 2 years and a few months so I journeyed with him through the big maze - as well meaning kids of 10 years can be bit overly boisterous and accidental in their bumping of a toddler.
There is also a cafe with ample table and chairs for parents and adults. I saw signs for toilets and changing facilities - but there was no time for such ablutions when there was so much fun on offer.
It was school holidays and yet Corner Cubbyhouse did not feel too cramped and busy. It has natural light streaming in and is carpeted throughout and has a good all round happy vibe.
O had an absolute ball, got totally over wrought with excitement and expended a bundle of energy. I was equally knackered, but unlike O who could sleep in the car on the way home - I was the designated driver!
I will definitely return to Corner Cubbyhouse - next time I'll take Dad and he and O can play in the mega maze and wee J and I can chill in the under the two zone.
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