Our stay at Sunnydale Guest House was pleasant, but considering the proximity to the city centre of other B&Bs that we've stayed in as well those we saw during our stay in Stratford-Upon-Avon, I thought I more central location would have been better. There are two good points about its location, one is the Old Tramway Inn across the road which opens until 1am where we conclude both our nights and the other it is in a decent part of town. It area is quiet but I didn't feel uncomfortable walking home at night. The dodgier parts are apparently closer to the train station (from a local source) which is on the other side of town. We stayed in what is probably one of the better rooms which has a bay window overlooking the front garden. The room was comfortable but the bathroom was very small. To those particular about firm mattresses, the one we had sank in quite a bit. For fellow smokers, there was no ash-tray any where near the front garden and we felt a little uncomfortable smoking in the driveway (even though we weren't told off at any point) because of the impeccable cleanliness standards maintained by the hostess. The English Breakfast breakfast was not bad and the entire B&B, as mentioned before, was very clean. I wouldn't discourage staying at Sunnydale although for the sake of proximity (especially since we arrived by train and had to trudge across town to get there), I would personally try a different place for my next visit.