BillyOh Gingerbread Junior Playhouse

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Only £479

A specific size for specific requirements, our 6 x 4 playhouses are perfect for when you want the BillyOh seal of quality and know exactly how much space you’ve got. Have a look at our top pick below:


BillyOh Gingerbread Junior Playhouse

Let your children's imagination run wild in the Gingerbread Junior Playhouse, with stable doors, traditional fixed windows and optional picket fencing they can play all day long. Complete with Floor, Roof and Felt as standard.



Our BillyOh playhouses are EN71-compliant and designed for use by children aged over 36 months, due to potential falls and choking hazards. They’re not designed for older children or teenagers; there is often a maximum user weight of 50kg.



If you want a cheap playhouse without compromising on quality or a 10-year guarantee against rot, decay, and insect infestation, have a look at our range of BillyOh playhouses. Spending a little more money now could save you in maintenance and replacement costs further down the line.



Our BillyOh potting shed playhouse starts at just £385 for the 4 x 4 model - perfect for younger children who you don’t want to overwhelm with a playhouse that’s too big.



They’re named after the character in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, Wendy. These playhouses are so-called because of the house that the lost boys built Wendy in which for her to recover.



Our BillyOh playhouses are built to last. Made from high-quality European sourced timber (with the option for pressure-treatment), we can offer our 10-year guarantee against rot, decay, and insect infestation. Regular treatment and maintenance may allow you to extend your wooden playhouse’s life beyond this point.



This depends on your available space, budget, and children (including their ages and activity levels, or style of play). But no matter what those are, we’re sure that we have the right size and style of kids playhouse to suit you. We suggest you start by marking an area out in your garden (for example, with stakes and string lines) and spending some time allowing your children to play in the proposed playhouse area. Adjust this area as necessary until it seems like they’re not cramped but are using all of the available space. Then opt for the wooden playhouse that most closely resembles that size.


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