The unit can sleep 9 guests. Rate based
on up to five adults. ••
Catch the sunset from either the two large picture windows facing the lake or while you enjoy dinner on the private fieldstone patio or by the fire ring. Cabin 5 accommodates up to nine guests with two bedrooms, one with two queen size beds, and the other with one queen and one full sized bed. Both bedrooms have en suite full bathrooms. The common great room has a sleeper sofa on one end of the living area and a full kitchen and dining area at the other end. This historic cabin has a great story associated with the infamous American gangster John Dillinger… ask for details and get the full story.
Things included with your unit:
Sheets, blankets and pillows
Paper towel, toilet paper, facial tissue
Kitchen with: refrigerator, microwave, 4 burner range, oven, toaster, coffee maker with filters (coffee grounds not provided), dishes, pots, pans, flatware, glasses, coffee mugs, dish soap and dish towels
Weber charcoal grill
Access to the outdoor cook-out site and fire circle
Additional people in your unit cost $40 per night, $260 per week.
Childrens rates: under 12 years are 50% of adult cost.
No cost under 2 years of age.
Cribs and roll-a-ways are available.
Sorry, Cabin 5 does not allow cats during the rental of the cabin.
During an FBI attempted capture and shoot out 15 miles from Dillman's Resort at Little Bohemia, Baby Face Nelson managed to illude the FBI and ended up hiding out in what is now Cabin #5. At the time Baby Face stayed in it, it was across the lake and the home of Mr. Catfish, a Native American. Shortly after the visit, Mr. Catfish sold the house to Marvin and Margaret Dillman and it was pulled across the winter ice to occupy its lakeview on the Dillman's peninsula. Since moving across the lake, Cabin 5 has undergone many improvements and is providing happy vacation memories to guests.
The film Public Enemies starring Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, and Channing Tatum filmed in the Northwoods area. The movie deals with the Feds try to take down notorious American gangsters John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd during a booming crime wave in the 1930s.