Oak Hub is a sophisticated coworking space set in a 17th century church building. Both hot desk and dedicated desk membership options are available on monthly rolling contracts, meaning you can choose the way of working that suits you and stay flexible at the same time. There are also a range of amenities in the workspace to make every workday a little better, including modern kitchen facilities, a terrace overlooking the River Exe, and meeting rooms available for flexible access. Oak Hub is perfect for freelancers, remote workers, and SMEs looking for a new workspace to grow in.
Despite being located inside a historic 17th century church building, Oak Hub is equipped with all of the features that modern work requires. With super-fast internet speeds of up to 70mbps, virtual office services, and meeting rooms available to be booked in real time online, a hot desk or dedicated desk membership gets you full access to a workspace that provides everything you need to thrive.
Alongside the features available at Oak Hub, there are also a range of amenities built into the workspace that help to make every day at work more enjoyable. They include modern kitchen facilities including a hob and coffee machine, full cleaning and maintenance services included in the membership price, and a terrace that overlooks the River Exe running through Tiverton. And since it’s just a short walk into Tiverton town centre, there’s lots of nearby amenities to explore too, including all the shops and cafes you could ever need.
Learn more about what’s on offer at Oak Hub in Tiverton, including information about the membership options, by visiting their website, or get in touch with the hub directly to enquire about availability.
Perched on the bank of the River Exe, Oak Hub is in the centre of Tiverton, less than five minutes on foot from the main high street. There’s plenty of car parking nearby if you’re travelling by road, and on-site bicycle storage for anyone who prefers to cycle.
Being able to work from Oak Hub has been a game changer for me. It’s a huge upgrade from working from home. I have high-speed reliable internet, huge desk space, access to a full kitchen with a coffee machine and a view of the river from the terrace, all within a former 17th century church located in the center of town.