Are you working from home? With the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are working remotely now than ever before. While working from home has its advantages, it can have its drawbacks, too. Do you catch yourself taking longer breaks? Stopping midday to work on projects around the house? Hit “reset” when you work remotely in Camden, Maine. Sometimes, a change of scenery is all you need to boost your motivation levels. Best of all, you get to explore a new destination without taking any vacation time!
When you’re ready to start planning your remote work trip, request our Camden Travel Guide. This handy tool is filled with local recommendations on how to spend your time in Mid-Coast Maine!
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4 Reasons to Work Remotely in Camden, Maine
1. Save Money & Vacation Days
One benefit of a remote work trip is that you can take a vacation without using your paid-time-off. Even better, you can save money on that trip. Book a three to five consecutive nights stay between Sunday through Thursday during our low season from November through May and receive 20% off your standard room rate with our Low-Season Weekdays special! It’s a great option for winter or spring travelers to the area.
2. Begin Each Morning with Proper Fuel
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Enjoy a delicious, gourmet breakfast each morning of your stay at the Inn! Our two-course breakfast includes in-season fruit, a sweet or savory entrée, a meat, and fresh-baked bread such as orange poppyseed bread! You also can’t forget about our dark, rich coffee that is brewed from beans roasted at Rock City Coffee in nearby Rockland. It’s just the fuel you need for a productive day’s work!
3. Take a Midday Break in Our Garden
Around lunchtime, swing by the kitchen and grab a homemade cookie and cup of tea or coffee. Then, head outside to take a stroll around our park-like garden. It’s filled with abundant lawns, towering trees, a mix of perennial and annual flowering plants, large stone terracing walls, crushed stone walking paths, and multiple sitting areas with comfortable, locally made Adirondack chairs and benches. It’s the perfect place to get some fresh air before heading back to work!
4. Make the Camden Maine Stay Inn Your Office
All of this and more awaits when you work remotely in Camden, Maine. The Camden Maine Stay Inn offers eight guest rooms to choose from. We recommend a stay in the Carriage House because it has a sitting area and an outdoor patio, which are great places to work. Our Inn also offers other amenities that are great for remote workers like high-speed, wireless Internet service.
Check our availability and start planning your trip. We can’t wait to host you!