Take any single enjoyable thing and do it 5 times a week, every week. You'd have a law of diminishing returns situation. You'd get to a point where you no longer derive enjoyment from it and you may start to resent it.
Not to be glib, but does that apply to working from home?
Ones options are:
-Wake up, fire up computer, start working, do whatever throughout the day, when day ends you are at home, no need for commute.
-Wake up, get dressed, take shower, drive to train station, take train, get to work, work from desk all day, take train home, drive home, wonder what you will do for dinner since you got home so late.
Which one do you think one might derive more enjoyment from and which do you think one might be more likely to resent?
No, I think this is normal.
I think a lot of things sound expensive, but the reality of operating a tech company is that nothing is as expensive as salaries, even occasional ski trips.
If a company has a remote employee and wants that employee to come to the home office for a day/week/month, it's ridiculous for anyone to think for even a moment that the company wouldn't pay for everything.