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Playmobil buildings - reccomendations?

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TabithaTwitchet Mon 19-Sep-11 10:18:36

Have had good suggestions of what to buy in the past from Playmobil aficionados on here, and currently planning DD's 4th birthday present.

Original plan was to get her a dolls house but can't find any I like, so now planning on a playmobil building. Unfortunately can't afford the playmobil dollshouse houses, will have to be just a little one.

So, probably deciding between these 4 and can't make my mind up, does anyone have them and can recommend. (am in Germany hence links to german site)

holiday home
safari house
empty house - would esp like to know if this has any floors inside, if anyone has it.

TabithaTwitchet Mon 19-Sep-11 18:47:06


belgo Mon 19-Sep-11 18:52:43

The farmhouse one looks cool because you can pick the apples off the tree.

Have you seen the Take-ALong houses? eg. a vet''s surgery. I think they are the best ones to buy because they don't fall apart.

belgo Mon 19-Sep-11 18:53:34

animal clinic

belgo Mon 19-Sep-11 18:55:51

and you can put all the bits inside it and close it.

belgo Mon 19-Sep-11 18:56:50


TabithaTwitchet Mon 19-Sep-11 20:49:03

Animal clinic looks good. Do the other buildings fall apart then?

belgo Mon 19-Sep-11 21:35:31

yes the other buildings need to be put together with little red slot things, and they are rather easy for my children to destroy dismantle.

This is why I love the playmobil figures and animals, but I', not so keen on the larger buildings.

I love toy shops in Germany!

NormanTheForeman Mon 19-Sep-11 21:37:57

We don't currently have any of those, but the holiday home is on my wishlist (as a weekend residence, you understand, as I spend the rest of th etime in my portakabin).

NormanTheForeman Mon 19-Sep-11 21:38:57

We have the take along police station which is excellent.

All the leisure sets look really good (and are on our wishlist).

TabithaTwitchet Tue 20-Sep-11 07:00:47

Hmm, maybe the take-along one would be better then, think it will be a bit trying if I am always having to rebuild stuff.

Although then we would be always having to persuade her that you can't really "take it along" for example on a trip to the supermarket. We already have lots of wrangles about an entourage of teddies, dolls etc that she "needs" to take with her at inopportune times grin

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