I recently asked the Friends of my “Louise nhm Smith” profile on Facebook for recommendations for child friendly coffee shops in Basingstoke and the surrounding areas. (Thank you very much to everyone who responded!).
Thank you very much also to Shona for putting this together! 😀
Please note, these are in no particular order!
NHM readers recommend child friendly coffee shops
1. The Tea Bar
Rachael recommended Tea Bar.
Dome Cafe Project
Kath said: It’s a great venue that I often forget about
3. Little Roses – Tadley Garden Centre
Jo said: Little Roses, part of the garden centre on the way to Tadley, they have sofas and a kids corner with toys upstairs.
Melanie said: Little Roses is great.
Lisa also recommended Little Roses
Wyevale – Reading Road
Madeline said: Wyevale Garden Centre on the way up to Reading has a toy box and a playhouse in the garden.
More of the Good Stuff – Dummer
Kelly said: There is a lovely one in Dummer.
Fiona also recommended More of the Good Stuff.
Redfields Garden Centre
Alison said: It has a cafe and children’s play area upstairs
7. Wellington Farm Shop Cafe
Ruza said: Comes with outside space and activities. Inside big tables for spreading with toys.
8. Jolly Olly’s – Oakley
Lisa recommends Jolly Olly’s.
9. St Gabriel’s – Popley
Rebecca said: There is a cafe with toys at St Gabriel’s in Popley on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
10. Coffee & Co – Christ Church, Chineham
Madeleine said: On Mondays, 9.30-11.30. Toys, dressing up, play area, friendly staff and inexpensive cake!
11. NCT Coffee and Chat – Brookvale
Stephany said: Don’t forget NCT coffee and chat at Brookvale on Friday mornings.
Are there any other places that you would recommend that aren’t mentioned on this list?
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