Workation the Netherlands: 5 locations

Workation the Netherlands: 5 locations

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Workations are booming. If you can do your work anywhere, why work in the same place every day? It is much more fun to alternate your workplace every now and then and combine work with a (mini)holiday. You don't necessarily have to go far to get inspired. A change of scenery always does you good, even close to home. By getting away from it all, you often recharge and return from your workation full of energy. Stay in a beautiful place in the countryside and enjoy a break while working.


Are you staying in nature during your workation? Then you can go for a walk in the morning before work. What an inspiring start of the day. Ready working? Then it's holiday time. Explore the surroundings, enjoy the wellness facilities at your holiday home or clear your head by enjoying nature. 


Alone or together

You know how it is: your full of ideas, but during the working day you don't manage to work out your plans. Or your to-do list is so long but every day business keep you from getting things done. Isolating yourself in a different environment can help you get a boost and tick your tasks off your list in no time. A few days in an inspiring holiday home or hotel works wonders, you will see.

Working from the coziness of your holiday home is, for example, also a really good idea during school holidays. This way, the children can enjoy their holidays to the fullest and you can work (partially). A workation is also a perfect way to spend some more time with friends. Work together for a few hours a day and afterwards - or in between - socialise with each other. Ideal right?


The Dutchen parks and hotels are perfect for combining work and holiday. They offer everything you need for an inspiring workation:


  • Fast Wifi. A must of course.
  • A Nespresso coffee machine. No brainwaves without coffee.
  • Tastefully decorated homes with large windows. For those staring into space moments.
  • Luxurious (wellness) facilities. To relax after work.
  • Peace and quiet. To spark creativity.
  • Inspiring, natural surroundings. That's what you do it for!


In the Dutchen accommodations below, you can enjoy a nice workation. Alone or with colleagues or friends.


Park Duynvallei

This fine holiday park with luxury holiday homes is located at walking distance from the sea and directly on the Schoorl Dunes. Walking and cycling in nature, fine restaurants nearby and shopping in the artists' village of Bergen. Have your lunch break overlooking the sea at the lovely Hargen Beach Pavilion. Want to bet that you can get on with it?


Park Weideduyn

Park Weideduyn is also located in Schoorl, within walking distance of the village and at cycling distance from the sea. A peaceful and green environment where you are bound to get inspired.  Enjoy an extensive lunch at Grand Cafe Bourgogne with a 3-course lunch menu.


Bloemendaal Hotel Collection

You will find Bloemendaal Hotel Collection behind the dunes at Bloemendaal, close to the Kennemer dunes and the sea. Luxurious suites and apartments which are beautifully decorated and fully equipped. Some accommodations have a desk to work on. You can rent bicycles at the reception so that you can quickly reach the beach after work. Start the day well with a fresh breakfast at Brasserie Bleecker, part of the Bloemendaal Hotel Collection.

Park Gooilanden

You will find Park Gooilanden in the center of the country. The park is located on the Raabos nature reserve, near the country estates of 's-Graveland and the Loosdrechtse Plassen. The Haven Club is an ideal place for a lunch break. Just like Porto Loosdrecht. Alternating work with sailing on the lakes. That sounds ideal, right?


Park Zeegser Duinen

Dutchen's park Zeegser Duinen is located in the middle of nature, in the Drentsche Aa National Park. Start the day well with a walk through nature, after which you can get started in your lovely holiday home. Many houses have wellness facilities so you can relax after hard work. Lunch is served at Het Witte Huis.