Independent baby shop in Suffolk, nr Ipswich

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Baby Shop in Suffolk

Are you looking for an independent baby shop in Suffolk? Mamiina offers a unique experience to our customers, a truly special one-off shop selling a large selection of baby toys, accessories, clothing, and more.

After a successful first few years trading online only we were delighted to open our first baby shop in Suffolk back in April 2023. Whilst only a small shop, it did give us the opportunity to meet our customers in person and gather all important feedback on the quality of our baby products. It also gave us the chance to ask our customers what they felt was missing, not just in our store, but within the wider baby shopping experience.

The Expansion of Mamiina

It quickly became evident that the space we had chosen, whilst giving us a great taster, was woefully inadequate to deliver the shopping experience we wanted to provide our customers. In fact we probably outgrew our space within the first few weeks. We therefore decided to step it up considerably, and in doing so upgraded to a space almost 8 times larger. Our baby shop in Suffolk is now proud to boast an area of approximately 70m2, with ample room to sell everything for baby, toddler, and even mum and dad. We have now been able to increase our range to also offer prams, pushchairs, nursery furniture, and baby/toddler clothing, with space left over for a baby change and nursing area for mum.

We are delighted to be able to offer our full range of products to customers throughout Suffolk including Stowmarket, Ipswich, Bury St.Edmunds, Eye, and across the Norfolk border into Diss and beyond.

You can find us at Stonham Barns Park, IP14 6AT, so if you’re in the area be sure to pay us a visit!

Baby shop in Suffolk at Stonham Barns Park.

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