An old ballroom may seem an unusual place to host a coworking space but that’s exactly what The Nook have done at their No7 Honiton site. The period building has been converted into a stylish flexible workspace with plenty of natural light and personality, nailing their ‘worky but quirky’ motto. There’s a coworking space as well as private offices, which can be furnished or unfurnished depending on your wishes, and the vibrant community that you’ll share the space with are a friendly, creative bunch, so there’s plenty of opportunity for networking and collaboration. With food and drink available 24/7, you’ll be tempted to move in!
The Nook No7 Honiton is the kind of workspace that many aspire to, with its beautiful décor, interesting history and cute features like its reading nook. The offices come furnished or unfurnished depending on your wishes, so if you’re creative and want to put your own stamp on the place then you have the perfect chance to do so with furniture. Productivity can increase massively when you’re feeling positive and relaxed, so the benefits of an inspiring work environment like this hub shouldn’t be underestimated!
There are a selection of workspaces available so no matter what you’re looking for, The Nook No7 Honiton can help. For freelancers looking for an ad hoc arrangement, there’s a coworking area with hot desks that mean you can mingle with other professionals and get to know some of the local business community. If you’re in need of a larger or more permanent space, the private office spaces available cater to 1-5 people. All contracts are offered on a 30- day rolling basis unless stated otherwise, and super-fast broadband and utilities are included in the price.
If you’re searching for a workspace with character in East Devon, look no further than The Nook No7 Honiton. Find out current availability by contacting the hub directly or check out their website for more details regarding the ethos and what’s on offer.
The Nook No7 is located in the centre of Honiton, just off the main high street. It’s easily accessible by rail, a few minutes’ walk from Honiton station, and on-site bicycle storage caters for the cyclists. There’s also on-site parking for the drivers, and the workspace is just off the A30.
"I didn't even know what Co-Working was until I stepped foot inside the Nook. 3 years later and I have moved to a larger office twice and now employ 2 guys. Being part of this huge hub of creativity has moulded and crafted my business into what it is today." - Westcountry Tech