Making the Best of Remote Working
December 21, 2020
If remote working or learning has you feeling a bit stir crazy, you are not alone. As the pandemic stretches on, many people are learning that being in their office five days a week from nine to five is no longer the norm to get the job done. Yet constantly being at home can start to feel a bit mundane. However, many are finding that a remote working lifestyle can actually have a silver lining. The ability to work from virtually anywhere that is properly connected to the outside world is now a possibility. Read on about this welcome notion for the adventurous traveler.
Mix Business & Pleasure
The Snowvillage Inn is currently offering a 15% discount on rooms for stays that are over a week long. A “working getaway” in the White Mountains is the perfect way to break up your regular routine. Sneak some fun in, relax with some downtime, and continue to work, all while in a beautiful setting.
Located just two hours’ driving from Boston, 75 minutes from the Seacoast of NH, and an hour from Portland, Maine’s international airport, the Snowvillage Inn is conveniently located for easy access. Unlike a short term vacation rental, the Inn boasts all of the absolute essentials for working remotely. This includes free high-speed wireless internet and access to necessary business services like the use of a copier or printer.
Despite the quiet setting, there’s great cell reception from major cellular carriers allowing for seamless communication with the outside world. The Snowvillage Inn recently benefited from a major local upgrade to their high-speed internet access. Previous guests will be delighted to find improved performance for their wireless devices.
Soothing Work Spaces
The layout of the Inn is also conducive to productivity. The “View” rooms feature desks so you can work in a quiet setting without interruption. Sitting rooms with views allow for mountain vistas while on conference calls. Our rooms with fireplaces have room for laptops; making them an ideal setting for a writer or artist. Need some downtime? Take a break and relax in spacious common rooms. Because the Snowvillage Inn is a smaller property, there is low volume and limited capacity. Each building has eight rooms or less, so guests will not be interrupted by noise or crowds.
While the Snowvillage Inn checks all the boxes for work needs, it’s the unique amenities of the resort that make the experience truly incredible. The dining room serves gourmet breakfast daily (the best way to start the day). There is Max’s Restaurant and Pub on-site for when you are ready to unwind. Daily housekeeping frees up more time to either finish your work or hit pause to take in some fresh air and wintry New Hampshire scenery.
Nestled in the White Mountains, the Snowvillage Inn is surrounded by a network of snow-covered trails that are ideal for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. A midweek work break immersed in the peace of nature is the perfect way to feel refreshed and recharged. Nearby Purity Spring Resort offers an intricate network of cross country ski trails. Consider the King Pine downhill ski area, allowing you to poach some midweek powder and leave time to make it back to your afternoon meetings.
Nearby North Conway village is a great place to venture to on a day off or in the evenings. While there, stock up on office supplies at Staples or shop at the Settler’s Green Outlets.
Safe and Secure
Your health and safety are the number one priority of the Inn. All Covid-19 precautions and guidelines are diligently followed. When planning your visit to Mt. Washington Valley, make your “Return Home” Covid Test appointment at the nearby Memorial Hospital.
While we all dream of post-pandemic vacations later in 2021, you can take advantage of remote working and learning until then. Book an extended stay at Snowvillage Inn and enjoy the solitude while you get things done.