Sleepy Hollow Motel
Newly remodeled with onsite bar - Wildfire Trails Inn and direct access to the ATV/Snowmobile trails.
5 State Hightway 22 E
Gillett, Wisconsin 54124
920-604-2025 - Cell phone
Chris & Laurie Wold, Proprietors
Accomodations & Points of Interest
Sleepy Hollow Motel offers seven kitchenettes. Rooms have cable TV, HBO and air conditioning. Free local calls and long distance access is also at your fingertips.
Nearby points of interest include fine dining at area restauraunts and supper clubs. Also enjoy the beauty of the Oconto River and the numerous lakes, streams and forests that offer your choice of boating, snowmobiling, ATV-ing, and year-round fishing and hunting.
Industiral, farm and wildlife tours are also available. Close to the casino's, too!
Keep in mind that Sleepy Hollow Motel is an easy 38-mile drive northwest of Lambeau Field, the home of the Superbowl XXXI Champion Green Bay Packers.
2010 Daily Rates
Please call for current rates.
Monthly rates are available year round.
Accomodations will be held until 6 p.m. unless prior arrangements have been made.
- Check-in Time: 3 p.m.
- Check-out Time: 11 a.m.
Picturesque Christy Brook meanders through Sherwood Forest located in the Sleepy Hollow grounds. Snowmobile trail access means no trailering from your room. Pets are not allowed. We are close to resturaunts and downtown Gillett and less than 30 minutes from Green Bay.
One Nights deposit is required to gaurantee your reservation. We accept VISA, Mastercard and American Express cards.
We reserve the right to charge for reservations cancelled or broken without fourteen day's notice. No refunds.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Sleepy Hollow Motel was first conceived by brothers Al and Francis Thompson along with their wives, Alyce and Agnes, respectively. Sleepy Hollow was built in 1955 and 1956 . The Thompsons operated the motel until July 1963, when they sold it to Christ and Olga Deckert. The Deckerts operated Sleepy Hollow until July 1965, then sold it to Joseph and Madeline Geram, who operated it until July 1, 1967.The motel and adjacent home were then purchased by Noel and Lois Medley. The Medley's hired Raymond and Mary Samuel who moved from Chicago to operate the motel. The Samuels operated the motel until July 1973, when Noel and Lois muved from Forrest Park, Illinois. The Medleys operated the motel from July 1973 until June 1995. In 1978 the Medleys added seven deluxe kitchenette suites for a total of twenty units.Sleepy Hollow Motel and home were purchased by William and Debra Pecha on June 1, 1995 when Lois and Noel decided to retire.
The Sleepy Hollow Motel is a member of the
- Gillett Businessmens Association
- Gillett Sno Riders
- Oconto County Tourism Council
- Wisconsin Innkeepers Association