Restaurants, Bars and Cafes

Altrincham soft play centre and restaurant The Treehouse goes into administration

By David Prior at

The Treehouse soft play centre and restaurant has closed down just nine months after opening on George Street.

The company was placed into administration yesterday and Jonathan Avery-Gee and Edward Avery-Gee, of Manchester-based CG & Co, have been appointed as administrators.

They are currently seeking a sale of the business or its assets.

The Treehouse on George Street in Altrincham

A statement from the administrators read: “SAF Ventures Limited t/a Treehouse is a state-of-the-art children’s soft play centre and bistro located on George Street in Altrincham.

“On Tuesday 9 July 2019 SAF Ventures Limited was placed into Administration under the Insolvency Act 1986. Jonathan Avery-Gee and Edward Avery-Gee of CG&Co, Greg’s Building, 1 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4DU were duly appointed as the Joint
Administrators.

“Treehouse has ceased to trade and the Joint Administrators are currently seeking a sale of the business and/or the assets of the Company.

“All interested parties should contact Joanne Booth of Blacks Business Brokers on 0161 763 5000 or via email at j.booth@blacksbrokers.com.”

Opening last October next to Oxfam, the 7,500 sq ft centre offered a treehouse-themed indoor playground on its first floor with a licensed bar and restaurant underneath.

We have approached The Treehouse for a comment.