what a FANTASTIC holiday.. entertainment was brilliant. Had so much fun... everyone very friendly. lovely surroundings
Date of stay: 23rd September 2018
Had a great time for all the family
Date of stay: 3rd August 2018
We had a nice time
Date of stay: 15th July 2018
Enjoyable few days , would definitely go back.
Date of stay: 16th September 2017
Date of stay: 26th August 2017
We had a great time. All round clean and a lovely holiday park.
Claire, Welwyn Garden City
Date of stay: 19th August 2017
Fantastic great place to come back to after a long day out
Andrew, Pitsea/ Basildon
Date of stay: 25th October 2016
Caravan was nicely presented and was in an ideal location of the park
Date of stay: 6th August 2016
Great place all round. Very pleased with our stay.
Date of stay: 29th August 2015
Same as the other caravan
Alison, Pontypool Gwent
Date of stay: 22nd August 2015
clean and comfortable
Date of stay: 15th August 2015
Road from main site to bungalows ...few lights and no oath in some places..not good at night..busy..
Date of stay: 11th April 2015
Good clean caravan and well looked after
Sharon, Nantwich, Cheshire
Date of stay: 11th April 2015
Our caravan was spotlesslt clean. It contained everything a family needs. The beds were comfy and bedding very clean. Just like home from home which is what you need with a family. It was very spacious with plenty of dining space.
Date of stay: 13th September 2014
We loved it at Sunnyvale Holiday park. The facilities were clean and the surrounding kept tidy at all times. The staff were very helpful with anything extra you need. I will definitely visit Sunnyvale again. It is also very close to the two towns in the area. Tenby is only approximate 5 miles away. A brilliant place to relax. I love it.
Date of stay: 6th September 2014
Site small club ok once it opened, very poor choice of food
Date of stay: 2nd September 2014
Lovely, friendly, clean place. Had a great time!
Jason, Welwyn Graden City
Date of stay: 26th August 2014
Enjoyable holiday, nice location, good facilities, welcoming staff, friendly atmosphere and nice beaches nearby. Thank you.
Date of stay: 2nd August 2014
Stayed at the park for 4 nights. Found the place to be somewhat secluded but it helped me relax. Our caravan was at the far end of the park close to a big open field which was nice. However, it was also very near the railway which didn't really bother us. The park was a few minutes away from both Tenby and Saundersfoot which meant we had to get in the car if we wanted to go to the beach. The swimming pool was a bit small and if some guests don't have much consideration to others, you wouldn't get much chance to swim. As for the entertainment, the kids really enjoyed the shows in the evenings. They loved 'Joe' who work in a Chocolate Factory!
Date of stay: 26th July 2014
Caravan very nice but we were too close to the club house and found it very noisy. Our caravan was next to a road where there was a building site and had very loud trucks passing from 8am. Not very relaxing. Also, play park in very bad condition. Play equipment damaged and rusty nails sticking out.
Date of stay: 14th June 2014
very good holiday for familys better if price was lower as i paid more then a bigger family with 9 aldults and 2 babies n we had 2 aldults and 3 children..
Date of stay: 26th April 2014
Sunny view is a great place i have been 6 times however we were very disappointed with the building work right next to our caravan. That started around 7.30 am and finished around 5.30 pm the noise was unbearable at times. You should have informed us before we came the building work was going on not just left it until we had arrived.
Date of stay: 19th April 2014
lovely quiet site,very safe for the grandchildren who loved the pool. Trains running so close to the caravan was a bit of a surprise and the diggers across the road were noisy.
Very close to Saundersfoot and excellent Chinese restaurant just up on the main road. Site was spotless and caravan very comfortable
Linda, Tonypandy. Rhondda
Date of stay: 19th April 2014
Lovely caravan.Would have liked to be nearer a beach but that was our fault for not checking before we booked.Nice club house.What stood out the most was the service at the reception desk.Such a nice lady.
Date of stay: 25th February 2014
This was the first time we have stayed at Sunnyvale holiday park. We are a couple with a dog and the holiday was perfect for us. The park wasn't too busy, the caravan was one of the best we have stayed in, bearing in mind we always get older, bronze caravans, due to needing a dog friendly caravan. The location was quiet but only a mile away from Saundersfoot and the beach. We love to walk so the location was great for us, we will be back :)
Overall good holiday can't fault it.
Lovely holiday very clean caravan, good shower, could do with some more cooking dishes, and somewhere to hang coats , and in the bathroom something to hang your roab
Perfect! The only thing on a negative note was the games room had quite a few machines not working. Otherwise it was great. Very clean indeed all round.
Dan the entertainer is fab we had a brill time stayed for 11 nights in end drinks bit pricey but didn't bother us
Fun Days Out near Sunnyvale Holiday Park
about 1 Mile
Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire is an award winning Farm attraction, offering fun for the whole family come rain or shine. The main attractions are the Zoo, Farm and Petting Barn and there is also a huge Adventure Play Area and a small funfair with traditional rides. Priced at just £8.00 for adults and £7.00 for children it offers excellent value for money. There are several places to eat and drink including a licensed bar and a family friendly restaurant.
about 2 Miles
The Dinosaur Park is located in Tenby and makes the perfect family day out. Activities on offer include fossil hunting, Dino Crafts, Pat a Pet and the treasure hunt. For both toddlers and older kids there's an indoor adventure playground, ideal when the weather is not on your side. The high-tec activity centre is always popular with interactive fun and education. New in 2010 is Hooplasaurus. Check out their website for the latest admission prices and what's on when you plan to visit.
about 8 Miles
Pembroke Castle is thought to be the birthplace of the Tudor dynasty and is an excellent choice for a family day trip. The castle one of the areas most iconic landmarks and features an amazing 75ft high Great Tower! Visitors can also take a tour of the Norman Hall and the Exhibition Rooms where the displays change regularly. There is also a Picnic area and plenty of open space for children to run around in the grounds and gardens. The site also has a cafe and a gift shop.
about 22 Miles
Merlin Hill Centre is a working dairy farm located deep in the Carmarthenshire countryside. Although not a petting farm the farm is still very family friendly with plenty of fun activities to keep children happy. The farm has a good sized play area and plenty of picnic tables as well as a Farmyard Heritage Centre where visitors can learn all about Welsh farm life and about the mystical Legend of Merlin. Get there early if you want to watch the cows being milked!
about 25 Miles
When the weather is nice this attraction is perfect as you can wander around and admire the superb range of exotic trees and shrubs. They look different at different times of the year but one of the most popular times to see them is in Autumn. With various events throughout the year such as Apple Weekend there is always something new to experience. You can watch a 90 second film about this attraction on their website which is excellent.
about 25 Miles
Celtic Quest Coaststeering offers a unique way for active families to spend the day. As long as children are over 8 and everyone is fit and well the whole family can enjoy a day of climbing, descending down mountains, cliff jumping and Island hopping. This adrenaline boosting day out is not for the fainthearted. A half day of Coaststeering cost just £39.00 per person.
about 32 Miles
Dinefwr Park and Castle is the perfect place to come if you like the great outdoors. These stunning ruins are one of the areas most iconic landmarks and are surrounded by breathtaking scenery and wildlife of all descriptions. There is also a 17th century mansion to explore with grand rooms and wonderful exhibits of paintings and tapestries. The gardens feature amazing floral displays and there is also a delightful Tea Room. Children can let of steam on the adventure playground.