Did you love to hide away in a playhouse when you were young? Did you maybe build a pillow fort or create a den from chairs and blankets? You could pretend it was the clubhouse for your secret society or that you were lost in the woods and found a gingerbread cottage...
Maybe you just wanted a few minutes peace and quiet, hidden away in a quite corner, or perhaps you wanted to squash as many friends, toys and siblings into your den as possible.
Allowing a child to create a little space of it's own is an important part of imaginative play and role playing, and a playhouse is the perfect way to encourage this without the kids totally rearranging the furniture and stripping the beds.....
Pop-up playhouses can be assembled instantly and are quick to fold up and store at tidying up time. Cardboard playhouses can be decorated by kids with paint, pens, pencils or crayons and while fabric playhouses including shops and cottages are quick and easy to assemble as well..
Perfect fun for rainy days!
The Rose Petal Cottage Playset includes playhouse and cooker unit and also includes an opening door and shutters, letter box, mirror and photo frame. A gorgeous, pretty, traditional style playhouse.
Younger kids will love to explore, play and discover with the ELC Sensory Dome.
The play tent is packed full of fun with bright colours, fun sounds and exciting textures to discover. Post the three included playballs through the Sensory Dome’s windows and add the three beanbags into the mix for extra textures and exciting sound effects!
The perfect adventure for children 9 months and over.
Let the kids get creative and save your furniture and favourite cushions from destruction with the Toobeez Giant Construction Set!! This set of rods and ball connectors allow the kids to build their own fort structure in any configuration they want. Just add blankets... Use these lightweight, durable tubes and chunky connectors to build dens, play forts and more! The construction system is simple to use and completely reusable so you can use the 34 tubes and 20 connectors again and again.
Perfect for boys or girls this lovely calming Neutral Fabric Playhouse is lovingly handmade to heirloom quality, this playtent will offer many happy years of play and is designed to be treasured and passed down through the family.
The fabric is 100% cotton and the frame is easy to put up. When required the play tent packs away neatly into it's own storage bag.
This beautiful 2 in 1 fabric Rose Cottage and Tea Shop Playhouse from Kiddiewinkles really does have two identities - on one side is a cottage with a picket fence, the other a tea shop, both of which are appliqued and embroidered.
The curtains can even be opened and closed and the whole thing is 100% cotton .
Shaped like a camper van, the Peppa Pig Camper Van Playhouse can be used indoors on rainy days (once they've finished jumping in muddy puddles of course!) or in the garden when the sun comes out.
Its fun features include a peek-a-boo window, fold-out door, canopy and a front window that lets your little ones pretend they're driving off with Peppa, George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig on a summer holiday adventure.
Made from 100% candy pink cotton, the Gingerbread Cottage playhouse is appliquéd and embroidered with cupcakes, gingerbread men and lollipops. The windows and door are edged with pretty pink gingham and have pretty lace curtains. The playhouse comes with a light aluminium frame and its own storage bag.
This robust Recycled Cardboard Rocket is great for creative kids as it can be decorated any way you like, with pens, pencils, collage or paint. Then it can be folded away easily afterwards for tidy storage.
If you are looking for a lovely, classically designed playhouse, the Ladybird House Play Tent would be an affordable choice. This pretty cottage style tent has a net window, tie back door and is made from durable and washable nylon fabric .
Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, this Wigwam Teepee Play Tent has Native American design motifs, wooden poles and is made from robust canvas. Easy to assemble and put away. Just keep an eye out for the cowboys now......
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