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The Nurture Barn is an upmarket indoor and outdoor play venue, for babies and toddlers, filled with wooden, inspirational toys to fire up their imagination with a great baby and toddler friendly cafe in Great Bardfield, next to The Blue Egg. No...more
Braintree Road, Great Bardfield, Braintree CM7 4PY, England
We came today (saturday) with my baby and 3 year old and we were greeted by absolutely lovely staff at around 11am. It has been raining all day so the place was absolutely heaving, plus there was a party. I imagine during quieter times this...More
The place is beautiful, the idea in general is fantastic but unfortunately the service is just really bad. The owner is a really loud bossy lady, she tells parents and children off. It’s just too money focused so when you arrive they don’t welcome you...More
I went to the Nurture Barn today after seeing it advertised somewhere. I am so pleased we made the 30 mile journey - it was absolutely wonderful. My friend and I went with our 2 nearly 3 year olds, a nearly 1 year old and...More
We heard about this place and thought it would be a great place to take our one year old. One of the workers just stared at me as I walked in and I said hello. Normally you would expect a smile or a "have you...More
I had heard about the Nurture Barn and thought I'd take my nephew along. What a surprise!!! Super friendly gang there, amazing food selection (all diets catered for too). The classes look fantastic and the vibe there is super relaxed. I had a good old...More
I like the nuture barn as it offers something different to the usual soft play centres. Nice wooden toys and tempting homemade food. The animal petting and pony riding are great added attractions. I would like to try some of the classes, they sound really...More
Really good food and great area for the kids to play but considering there are much larger soft play places in the area this is quite overpriced for its size/toys available. Would recommend a visit but be prepared to spend at least £25 for food...More
Cliquey parents, too few tables (or rather furniture too oversized for the space). Cafe offerings okay-ish. I had a slice of cake - carrot but there was little carrot-y about it. The Americano was weak.
The loos were clean-ish but I thought it very strange...More
This is a great play centre with lots of toys and activities, beautiful location and the homemade food is great but it is overpriced. This makes it a rare treat for us rather than a more regular haunt.