Working from home isn’t for everyone, and when your productivity needs boosting, one of the best solutions is a change in environment. Braunton Community Work Hub offers just that – the chance to get inspired by new surroundings and a diverse network of small startups, creatives, entrepreneurs, and home-based workers. There are no long-term binding contracts so you can dip in and out as you please, choosing from casual hot desking or a private office.
Braunton Community Work Hub has been designed with community in mind, mixing open-plan hot desks with flexible offices so you can choose the right degree of privacy. Hot desking is priced affordably to make it a great upgrade to working in coffee shops, and there are four equally affordable flexible offices available to rent on a more permanent basis. These offices contain either one or two desks that can be rented together at a discounted rate, or individually so you’ll be sharing with someone else.
Everything you need is ready to go at Braunton Community Work Hub, so you can get down to business without worrying about office maintenance or admin. The office space is serviced so cleaning, utilities, and business rates are included in the price and arranged by the operator. There’s super-fast broadband, a laser printer and scanner, a kitchen area with free coffee, and even showers on site if you fancy a bit of lunchtime exercise. All you have to do is turn up with your laptop, plug in, and go.
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Situated in the village of Braunton, North Devon, Braunton Community Work Hub serves the surrounding rural population and has the benefit of being only a short drive from beautiful beaches and countryside. As the area is remote, there’s no train station, but the larger town of Barnstaple is just 15 minutes away by car and has a direct line to Exeter. The hub is in a residential area and can be accessed from the A361 via South Road and Sing’s Lane, or the B3231 via Chapel Street. Free parking and bike storage are available on site.