Farrell House Lodge & Corporate Retreat in Sandusky, Ohio
Farrell House Lodge at Sunnybrook Trout Club is a replica of an 1890's Southern mansion tucked away on 130 acres of private woodlands near Sandusky, Ohio. It was built in 1941 by a Sandusky businessman as a wedding gift to his bride. From 1965 to 1985 it was owned by Owens Corning as a corporate retreat.
The Farrell House Lodge in conjunction with Sunnybrook Tout Club offers a gracious and traditional lifestyle, residential dining, and year-round trout fishing. It is a perfect spot for weekend getaways and romantic escapes as well as extended vacation stays. Those who enjoy the sport of fly fishing will find ample room to cast. Winding through its picturesque meadows is a two mile stretch of Cold Creek--a legendary Ohio spring-fed stream which gives shelter to three species of trout.
Farrell House Lodge offers ten comfortable guest rooms, including three cozy fireplace suites. Eight of the rooms have private baths. Prices range from $119 to $189. Seasonal dining is available at the lodge on Friday evenings and includes a weekly chef specials, Lake Erie perch and an eclectic selection of other popular meals.
During spring and summer the lodge and Sunnybrook Trout Club sponsor workshops of custom bamboo rod building by master rod builder Jeff Wagner. Instructor-led fly-rod casting seminars and fly-fishing classes also are hosted. In fall, an outdoor pig roast and banquet is held featuring blue-grass music, hayrides, games, and prizes.
For those looking to host a special event, Farrell House Lodge and grounds can accommodate large and small venues such as weddings, banquets, and family reunions. Business group meeting facilities also are available. In addition, the lodge and trout club are available for privately sponsored outings and events.
Nearby, in the greater Sandusky area, are many attractions such as the Cedar Point Amusement Park, the Sandusky Carousel Museum, Lake Erie Islands, charter boat fishing, golf courses, nature trails, and the Hayes Presidential Museum.
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This page was last updated: 19 March 2014