PLACES TO COFFEE WITH KIDS
All with great coffee and the obligatory piece of scrummy cake

 

Harris and Hoole, Amersham
harrisandhoole2H+H is a busy, bustling high street coffee house with high ceilings and gorgeous vintage tiles has a great area at the back with a few toys for 0-2s to be entertained. It’s a great place for mums who are looking to feel like an adult again to spend time and yet have a small one in tow!

HarrisandHoole

Website: www.harrisandhoole.co.uk/shops/amersham

Facebook: www.facebook.com/HarrisandHoole

 

The Stay and Play, Chesham
thestayandplay3This more intimate coffee house has the really homely feeling of stepping into someone’s parlor with the added bonus of some brilliant soft play climbing frames at the back. Ideally for 2-4s, but all ages are welcome, its £3 per child to play on the frame.

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Website: www.thestayandplay.co.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Thestayandplaychesham

 

 

 

Twinkles Stay and Play Activity Café, Bourne End
TwinklesStayandPlayRecently opened in September, this small but friendly café uniquely allows preschoolers to explore their creative side with a messy play activity table. My 4-year-old girl loved making a butterfly with the materials (glue, pens and paper) provided, whilst my 2-year-old boy was kept entertained by the numerous toys owned by the café.

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Website: www.twinkles-cafe.co.uk

Facebook: www.facebook.com//groups/Twinklescafe/

 

Auberge du Chocolat, Gerrards Cross
AubergeduChocOctWith a friendly reputation from new mothers this café also has an outside courtyard away from the road in which you can enjoy an ice-cream or two with your coffee!

Auberge

Website: www.aubergechocolat.co.uk

 

Thanks to Susie Lewis from NCT Beaconsfield Branch for the recommendations. And remember to pop along to NCT’s Nearly New Sale in Beaconsfield Saturday 11th October and pick up some great buys.