Farrell House Lodge is an 1890′s replica of a Southern mansion tempered by a gracious lifestyle. It is an ideal getaway retreat located a few miles southwest of Sandusky, Ohio, on the grounds of Sunnybrook Trout Club. Although private by charter, club members and guests of the lodge can fly-fish for trout year-round.
The Lodge and club are tucked away on 130 acres of scenic woodlands that are kept as a nature conservancy. Its pastoral meadows and the surrounding landscape play host to an abundance of wildlife. Winding through the property is a two mile stretch of Ohio’s legendary Cold Creek, a crystal clear stream which gives shelter to three species of trout.
Farrell House Lodge offers ten comfortable guest rooms, including three fireplace suites, available to non-members and Sunnybrook Trout Club members alike. A complimentary breakfast is served daily. Lunch is available from 11:30 until 1:30. Friday night dining is available every Friday evening from Memorial Day through Labor Day from a bistro style menu featuring Lake Erie Perch along with other weekly entrees. A free standing cabin, restored from an early 1900′s grainery barn, is also available for multiple day rentals.
For those looking to host a special event, Farrell House Lodge and grounds can accommodate large and small events such as banquets, weddings, family reunions, anniversary parties and office parties. Group meeting facilities also are available.