Friday, 11 September 2015

The Girls Dream Cottage

For those who follow me on social media you will know that this week my lovely little girl started school. She is now in reception and I am pleased to say that she is loving every minute of it (especially the ice cream). On her first day we said that she would get a present if she went in calmly and had a good day. She did. And whilst she was there we were SO excited to put up her lovely new Rose Petal Cottage that we were sent to review from DreamTown.

It took us about half an hour to put the cottage up and it was fairly easy. However it did take two of us. But we are useless! Suitable from the age of two, the cottage is brilliant as unlike a normal playhouse the whole side comes off which makes it easier for more than one child to play in. What really impressed me about the Rose Petal Cottage was the fine details. My girl was over the moon that she had her own mirror and the little touches like somewhere to hold a photo in were really brilliant.

Another added extra is that the cottage from DreamTown also comes with a easy to assemble cooker. And before we picked her up from her first day we popped to Ikea and brought some mini pots and pans to go along with it. As well as a little pink plastic flower to make her feel more at home!

The excitement on my girls face when she saw the cottage was brilliant. She has played in there non stop since she has had. She has mainly enjoyed playing hide and seek in there from her Nan and Grandad. The Rose Petal Cottage is available from a range of shops but if you would like more information please visit the DreamTown site here.


  1. This looks amazing! What a great toy for imaginative play and general fun! You have such cute kids :) x

  2. This looks amazing, I bet she was over the moon to see this after her day at school. My toddler would love this although she would probably ruin it at the moment so I might wait for something nice like this until she is older xx


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