- Indoor and Soft Play Areas
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Indoor
Coconuts Play Centre is a large, safe, and secure play and party centre near Sully and Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan.
You've heard of child friendly, well Coconuts is adult friendly too! They've tried to create a soft play centre that's actually fun for grown ups too, with great food and coffee in a clean, easy view cafe. The centre is heated in during the winter, and cooled during the summer, so the kids will be able to play whatever the weather is like outside.
Kids will love Colin the Coconut's giant play frame (the second largest in South Wales). There's so much space to let off steam and run around, they'll play for hours. Children will have loads of fun playing on the giant play frame, which will stimulate their imagination, and burn up some of their energy! There are plenty of features to entertain the kids, including lots of frames to climb, a ball pool, nets to negotiate, and a mega slide to swoosh down!
A number of party packages are available if your little one wants to have a party here, including themed, character, and VIP parties with exclusive access to Coconuts.
- Picnics Allowed
- Restaurant Onsite
- Onsite Shop
- Snacks Available
Getting There and Contact Information
Sully Moors Road, Barry Island, Glamorgan and Cardiff, CF64 5RP, Wales
Click here to visit Coconuts Play Centre's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Open daily 10am to 6pm Closed Christmas day, Boxing day and Easter Sunday.
Adults FREE All children aged 1 to 12 years Peak Time: (Weekends and school holidays) £5.50 Off Peak Time: (Week days during term time) £3.95 Babies (children under 1 year): FREE on Mondays and Tuesdays 10am to 12pm (term time only) And FREE when acc
Shocked with the lack of supervision!!
Written by Stephg93 . 06.05.17
Visited today Saturday 6th may around 11:30 till 2:30, at the start of our visit was absolutely fine kids went and had fun.. until a party arrived. That's when it all went down hill!! Kids at the age of around 13 running up the slides and pushing other younger kids out the way. The group I was with we had a 3 year old 2 year old and a 1 year old. All of which love slides. But unfortunately because our kids were young they kept getting pushed and shoved. When we approached a member of staff and asked the policies of the play centre we were told they didn't have enough staff to help us. So our kids were getting injured because other mums didn't care how rough their kids were with younger children. And only one member of staff tried to stop the kids climbing up the slides and shoving children. My daughter came up to me crying her eyes out saying she wanted to go home!! My daughter loves soft play centres but when the kids are as rough as that I will not be returning! And the place was being run by kids themselves who stood around chatting the whole time. No supervision and no care! A women yes a women full grown adult hurt my child!! And not one person asked if she was okay. No instead she was laying on the floor crying her eyes out and when I asked her what was wrong she pointed at the lady and said hit me! Now I'm not the sort of person to start a scene in front of kids so just took my child and left. Absolutely disgusted with the state and the visit today!!!