Sunniside is a village in Wear Dale, County Durham, located about a mile east of Tow Law and 2 miles north-west of Crook. The village is sometimes referred to as 'South Sunniside' to differentiate it from Sunniside in Gateshead and the Sunniside area of Sunderland.
Sunniside is a small rural village to the east of Tow Law and north of Crook in County Durham, England.
Sunniside has two pubs, and a former post office. There is a collection of newly built homes in the west of the village, called The Paddock. There are five streets, Gladstone Terrace, Flag Terrace, Front Street (the main street) Garden Terrace, and a little offshoot along a back road to Roddymoor, called Grahams Cottages.
Sunniside is one of the highest villages within the County of Durham, at 1,000 feet (300 m) above sea level.