The staff of Sunnyside understand that moving from one's own home to residential care is an extremely difficult decision to have to make.

We understand the reluctance to make the move, the uncertainty of what lies ahead and that fear of the unkown are all genuine and understandable concerns.

With high levels of experience and training, we aim to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere for all service users, relatives and friends. 

Our accommodation and decor is set to a high standard, as you would expect in your home.
Below are a few examples of our bedrooms and communal areas.

Accommodation & Communal Spaces 

All Service users have their own individual bedroom. All bedrooms are provided with en- suite facilities, apart from 2 bedrooms which have a wash basin and a bathroom situated just outside the bedroom for convenience. 

The bedrooms are decorated in bright and attractive designs. 

Service users are welcome to bring their own furniture to make them feel comfortable and help the transition of moving to a care home as comfortable, and pleasant as possible.

There are three communal spaces, the main lounge the dining room and a new sun lounge. All rooms are accessible to all service users.

The main lounge has a large plasma television with good surround system that is suitable for those with poor eyesight as well as those with hearing difficulties.


Bright, and spacious walk-through areas can be found throughout the building.


The new sun lounge provides more communal space and access to the back garden. It also has wheelchair access.