Bluebell Playhouse - My Own Den

Bluebell Playhouse


The Bluebell Playhouse is an affordable, sturdy playhouse that will provide hours of outdoor fun for boys and girls alike. Perfect for games of imaginative play, or just for hanging out in with friends, a book or some Lego. Stain or paint with wood protector, and then let your den dweller loose to customise how they want.

The Bluebell Playhouse measures a 4x4ft.

It is constructed using:

  • 12mm shiplap cladding
  • green mineral felt
  • 10mm solid sheet floor,
  • 8mm solid sheet roof
  • 28x28mm framing for extra strength.

Our Bluebell Playhouse is made in Nottinghamshire (UK).


Product Story

The Bluebell Playhouse is a beautiful and affordable playhouse. Den dwellers will relish the opportunity to stamp their own mark of individuality on it. It’s a blank canvas of opportunity for little creative minds.

The Bluebell Playhouse is the perfect place to play, spy and plot adventures.  Like all dens and playhouses, it encourages imaginative play and will keep children entertained for hours.  It’s also the perfect spot for a picnic.

All our playhouses are EN-71 certified, Click Here if you’d like to see it!  It has a slatted roof and an overlay floor

Width 128cm Depth 117cm Ridge Height 114cm Eaves height 173cm.

As with all our wooden playhouses the Bluebell comes untreated giving you the opportunity to customise it in your favourite colour/s.

Product Story

All our playhouses are proudly made in Nottinghamshire UK by Mercia.  Mercia is relatively new to the world of manufacturing garden playhouses but is an experienced operator in the timber industry.   Mercia is based on a lovely open 20 acre site in Nottinghamshire where it employs 150 staff.

All the timber is sourced from forests that are well managed and sustainable.


You will need to treat your Bluebell Playhouse with a wood treatment to ensure it lasts.

Play ideas

Maybe you could ask Mum and Dad in for a cup of ‘tea’…Make sure they drink it all up won’t you?


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