These Luxury California Micro Cabins Let You Move Your WFH Office to the Mountains

If you’ve been looking to reconnect with nature and want to seriously upgrade your work-from-home setup, this Los Angeles startup has the place you’ve been looking for.

Find Sanctuary is preparing to launch its micro-cabin property, located two hours from Los Angeles, for guests looking to merge modern living and the great outdoors. Acting as a quiet refuge from overstimulation, the sites cater to city dwellers, remote workers, or those who simply feel exhausted from the same daily routine. True to its name, the brand has a “nature-first” philosophy that allows you to get out of urban life and work serenely in the open air.

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Open for reservations next year, the transforming venue has 40 cabins in total, with rates starting at $400 per night. Each residence, made of wood, is designed so that you work in isolation. Accommodations include a California king bed, a fireplace, and a meditation rock to clear your head. The property also offers high-speed Wi-Fi, allowing you to meet your deadlines even when communing with the land. And, to take full advantage of all that nature has to offer, you can take advantage of the open-air deep soaking tub with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and landscape.

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The entrance sign to the Find Sanctuary property.

For any organizations looking for sites to host team retreats, you’re in luck too: Find Sanctuary can connect with businesses to create their own nature-centered office spaces for up to 10 people. . The brand’s goal is to eventually launch an innovative “working in the woods” benefits incentive, which would aim to help companies provide a “paid time” benefit to remote workers who log hours from the cabins, to increase the general well-being of a team. The startup also hopes to expand its reach with future locations in New York and San Francisco.

“After many years of working in city-based start-ups, I have experienced the debilitating side effects that often accompany the modern lifestyle,” Charlie Hammond, founder and CEO of Find Sanctuary, said in a statement. “Find Sanctuary was born out of necessity, acting as an additional tool to manage my own mental health issues. Our cabins are an island of modern living, offering luxuries that cater to both work and play and allowing guests holistic access to nature with the aim of avoiding the crisis altogether.

More than 60 companies have already signed up for the retirement waiting list. Find Sanctuary is currently testing a program in a pilot cabin to learn more about the impact of its experiment on stress levels. Once these results are known, the brand will begin allowing reservations in 2023.

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