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Cobbs Play Barn

1 out of 5 starstotal reviews(1)
  • Hungerford
  • Indoor
  • Ages 4-12
  • Indoor and Soft Play Areas

Attraction Information

Cobbs Play Barn

Cobbs Play Barn is the latest addition to Cobbs Farm Shop. A bespoke wooden indoor play barn where adventures are made and dreams realised!

As well as the solid wooden play structure, based on three levels and full of things to discover, we also have a toddler agility zone, perfect for the really little ones and fully protected for their (and your!) comfort.

Taking the essence of our main café and farm shop we have created a relaxing and comfortable space for you to wait for your youngsters whilst they play and enjoy a coffee and some yummy grub!

We are also very pleased to be able to offer our themed party room for private celebrations as well as a truly unique selection of additional activities that will make that special occasion all the more memorable and the talk of the school playground!

With a whole range of party themes, from bush crafts, pirate orienteering treasure hunts and arty crafty theme all including a meal and play in the Play Barn. You can also speak to one of our team to tailor the day to suit your needs!

Alongside our Play Barn we also have a farm shop, café, seasonal Pick Your Own and a vineyard so there really is something to do for the whole family! We also have regular events. Keep an eye out for our free events like our popular Birds of Prey visits and Farms 2 Ewe days. As well as our Play Barn events throughout the year!

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Opening hours

Monday to Saturday 09:30 - 17:00, Sunday 10:30 - 16:00


Under 5 months: Free Under 1's: £1.50 Toddlers (1-4): £3.75 Kids(4–8): £4.95 Adults: £1.00

Travel & Contact Information


Cobbs Farm Shop and Kitchen, Bath Road, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0SP, England

Phone number

01488 686 770



Click here to visit Cobbs Play Barn's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.

Our Play Barn has a disabled toilet and baby change table plus baby change in the gents' toilets too. Every toilet has a toddler step and 2 sizes of seat plus there's a low urinal. All great for helping with toilet training!

Yes, there are baby changing facilities.

Cobbs Play Barn has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

We have a warming station with a microwave where parents can warm up milk. We also sell Ella's Kitchen pouches for 4 months and up.

Cobbs Play Barn has not told us about their dining options.

Cobbs Play Barn has it's own cafe with great child options. We also have a main cafe boasting our own homemade food and shop products. Or you can pick a selection of ready to go food from our deli counter from scotch eggs and pork pies to pasties and sliced meats or ready made sandwiches in our shop.

Yes, Cobbs Play Barn is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.

No, Cobbs Play Barn have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Cobbs Play Barn has not told us if they are dog friendly.


Let down 1 out of 5 stars

Visited the Play Barn in Feb half term with my two children aged 4 & 1. From the moment we entered we got told how busy it was because "it's half term"...and this continued to be the excuse for the delay on everything while we visited. It wasn't even anywhere near full to capacity based on seating so not sure how they class that as busy. The place was filthy, there were 4 staff members running around like headless chickens, everyone who came in seemed to get told 'it's busy, there are delays, it's half term' (what a welcome! seriously, you cater for children, what do you expect?). Our food took over 45 minutes to arrive and when it came it was boring and standard for the high price we paid - although from their website you would think they are serving michelin star food. Don't even bother going if you have any allergies or intolerances - the staff told me when I asked about something specific they have no idea 'about stuff like that'. To be fair the whole situation wasn't helped by parents who can't be bothered to watch their kids - one girl was jumping around the baby/toddler bit eating a hot dog with food flying everywhere, lovely! The actual playbarn itself was pretty boring and very limited - especially considering they charge more than my local soft play which is five times the size. All in all, nothing special at all and actually a big waste of time.

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