Is Your Office Looking for the Perfect Retreat?
Spruce Point Inn is Just What Your Company Needs!
The Spruce Point Inn and Resort may be recognized as one of the best family resorts in Maine, but it is so much more! Regardless of whether you run a small business or are planning an annual conference for a large corporation, The Spruce Point Inn can facilitate your corporate event with ease.
Even after this mild winter, there are few things that can rejuvenate employees and colleagues better than getting out of the office and into the fresh air. The Spruce Point Inn and Resort has everything your group needs to combine business and pleasure.
Would your employees enjoy a round of golf? Team-building workshops in the Linekin Bay Room? Perhaps some doubles on the Har-Tru clay tennis courts? Or maybe even a cocktail hour on the Ocean Front Deck? These are just a few of our features that are available to let your employees network while they socialize.
Here at the Spruce Point Inn, we have all the amenities to provide a unique and enjoyable experience. This season we are offering Meeting Packages to truly ensure that your corporate event will have all the details handled – stress-free!
Here are a few of the other highlights of holding your next corporate event at the Spruce Point Inn and Resort:
Private Sailing excursions in Boothbay Harbor
Fresh and Saltwater pools
Your employees and colleagues work hard all year, the Spruce Point Inn and Resort provides the opportunity to refresh their minds and their spirits.
For more information on planning and customizing your next corporate event or to submit an RFP, please call us at 207-633-4152 or email Cindy Mastrella at email@example.com.
- Adding up the elements of experience
- Boothbay Harbor Nation
- The spruce ‘forest primeval’ and the Ghosts of Christmas present
- Festivals of trees, lights and straight on til morning
- Over the Rivers
- A Bird's Eye View on the Season
- Native American Heritage and November’s full moon
- Listening to the Trees
- All Things Pumpkin
- Head North: there’s still time