The Obici House

4700 Sleepy Hole Rd, Suffolk, VA

About The Obici House

The Obici House is a historic mansion inside Sleepy Hole Golf Course, in Suffolk, Virginia. It was once home to the founder of Planters Peanuts; Amedeo Obici and his wife Louise. The driveway is flanked by two lions, from Paris. The 18th green sits behind the house and provides guests with a spectacular sunset views on the Nansemond River. This venue is filled with chandeliers, original stained glass windows, Greek columns, tile and woodwork. Wedding ceremonies may be held at the Pergola, with it's scenic water front background; under the house portico framed by Greek columns, or one of several indoor locations. The Obici house has many modern amenities and a fully equipped bar. Extras available on site include: linens, glassware, dinner plates & utensils. A spacious and beautifully decorated Bride's dressing suite is located on the top floor. Ample parking and handicap accessible.

Package Pricing

$3,200 - $5,200 /event
Pricing for weddings only
Sunday Showers
Attendees: 75 max | $200 - $300 /hour
Pricing for parties only
Anniversaries, Birthdays, Life Celebrations & More
Attendees: 150 max | Call for Price
Pricing for parties only
Rehearsal Dinners
Attendees: 100 max | Call for Price
Pricing for parties only
Venue Types
  • Full Bar/Lounge
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Outdoor Function Area
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Special Features: Elaborate chandeliers, hardwood floors, stained glass windows, Greek columns and two fireplaces.
  • Year Renovated: 2008