Sylvanian Families Starry Point Lighthouse [Review]


Emily is a big Sylvanian fan, she adores the little bunny rabbits and has a cosy cottage for them. She even picked out the family saloon car and a baby bunny for her birthday. I love watching her play with them, she makes up little stories and gives each little bunny a story and a background. It's the sweetest thing to watch. When I was asked if we would like to review the Starry Point Lighthouse and the new poodle family, I knew that I had to say yes, as Emily would adore them. 

The playset consists of a lighthouse and a lodge, you can climb the seashell stairs, play snap on the whale-shaped table or sail off to sleep in the pirate ship bed. There is also a hot air balloon which fits in the baby Sylvanian Families characters. The hot air balloon was definitely Emily's favourite feature, she loves to let the baby swing back and forth in the chair. 


The playset does include furniture but no families, which was no problem as Emily already has the bunnies, and was kindly gifted the new poodle family. The poodle family are a welcomed addition to Emily's collection although the bunnies are still her favourite (that may just be because bunnies are her favourite animal). 

The lighthouse house has an interactive section, if you add batteries the playset really does come to life. Light from the lighthouse can project twinking constellations on the ceiling of your room using slides that are included in the set. The slides include stars, fireworks and a sky ride adventure in front of the moon. To project them on the ceiling you just remove the top of the lighthouse and flick the switch - be warned though the room has to be really dark to get the full effect.


Emily loves the light projector on the lighthouse, even when she plays with it during the day, she likes to have the light on - just encase boats may be coming toward land, I did say she has a good imagination. 

Overall I am really impressed with the Sylvanian Families Starry Point Lighthouse, it has been the perfect addition to our collection. Emily loves to connect her cosy cottage and the lighthouse to create a bigger scene. They complement each other perfectly, Emily uses the wooden deck of the Lighthouse as a pier to connect to the cottage.

The Sylvanian Families Starry Point Lighthouse has a RRP of £59.99 and is available from Toys R Us, Smyths, Amazon and all good toy shops.

I was sent this product in exchange for an honest review. However, all opinions are my own.

11 comments

  1. This looks like so much fun. I can't wait until my daughter is a little bigger for us to play toys like this together!

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  2. Oh wow this looks brilliant! My daughter had a sylvanian families set bought for her but she never really played with it, no idea why!

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  3. Oh we LOVE Sylvannian Families toys!! My girls have a few bits now and they absolutely love it, and me too!

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  4. Ah such a lovely play set looks like hours of fun and a fab way to keep littles busy.

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  5. Sylvanian Families is so adorable. We never had any when my daughter was young but I always wished we had.

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  6. This looks like such a lovely play set. I love toys that encourage children to use their imaginations :-)

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  7. My older daughter used to love sylvanian families but it seems to have passed eliza by. This set does look fab though

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  8. I'm so envious of this, my best friend had sylvanian families when I was little but I never had any of my own

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  9. That looks like such a cute playset. I think these are fantastic to promote imaginative play.

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  10. My kids would love this Lighthouse. It would keep them busy for some time am sure. Looks great.

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  11. I have to admit that I still adore Sylvanian Families and my daughters love the bunnies too. This lighthouse sounds perfect for lots of imaginative play

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