The Nook is a sophisticated and cosy flexible workspace sitting in a converted truck-building factory in Cullompton, providing a stylish and highly-functional space for freelancers and small businesses to settle in. You can choose your way of working, picking from a flexible desk space or a dedicated private office, and get it tailored to your specific needs. Packed full of amenities, including meeting and training rooms, a casual lounge and games area, and a suite of virtual services, The Nook offers everything you need for a more productive workday.
The Nook caters for everyone – from freelancers to small businesses – with a range of membership options available. If you just need a place to set down for the day, you can choose a day pass granting you access to the open-plan coworking space in The Drafting Room. If you want a workspace on a more permanent basis, you can pick from a hot desk membership, dedicated desk membership, or full private office rental. All of the workspaces at The Nook are offered on flexible contracts, giving you more control over how you choose to work and grow.
The Nook is home to a friendly and exciting community of freelancers, work-from-homers, entrepreneurs, and business owners. A lounge and games room in the workspace provides the perfect social escape from your desk, and regular group activities are held to bring the group closer together. This is a workspace that builds connections, facilitating seamless networking between members with a collaborative, social atmosphere.
If you’re searching for a new workspace in Cullompton, whether you’re looking for a desk for the day or an office for life, The Nook is there for you. Find out more about what’s on offer at Cullompton’s cosiest workspace by visiting their website or getting in touch directly with the details below.
Located just outside central Cullompton, The Nook is based on Kingsmill Industrial Estate. It’s just a short walk to the centre, where there are public transport links and plenty of local amenities, and Junction 28 of the M5 is a minute’s drive away, connecting you to the rest of Devon by road.