The old living room where Victorian families summered away from the Industrial towns like Manchester who would take in the sun and walk to the beach before afternoon tea. It still has the old bar in the corner.
Co working space UK wide tends to offer 100Mbps or lower. We have 10 desks, each with a direct RJ45 Ethernet connection to the 1,000 Mbps backbone delivered to the house over fibre optics directly from the £3m fibre investment in Blackpool that has a new direct connection to the US.
This room is a quiet room from 8.00 am till 6.00 pm Monday to Friday. The bar area can be used at weekends if you have a birthday, just want to have a house party etc. The desks all have drawers in them so you can keep all your note pads etc in the desk and not have to take them to your room every night.
The room is quiet all day. The neighbouring wall is a quiet family not a hotel so the only noise you will hear will be the tick of the clock and your Whatsapp bleeping.
If you are organised and want to be 100% focused in your work hours – base yourself in the quiet coworking room. This is in the basement of the house and is Library rules 24/7 – seven days a week. You will not be disturbed down here. 7 desks each with their own Ethernet connection directly on to the 1,000mbs network.
You cannot take calls in this room, that’s what the desk in your bedroom is for. There are 7 desks in the Quite Coworking Room. There is nothing to do in this room except one thing, work online in silence.
Skype, Zoom, or the new bunch of online users who use House Party, whatever your VOIP weapon, it use it in your room. Somewhere Different provides you with a small desk in your bedroom so you can make calls to your clients or boss in complete silence and privacy.
You can take calls in the Coliving room as well but this can be quite noisy around dinner time with everyone making their pasta and beans.