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North Devon

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Braunton

The Orangery

The Orangery

Grade II listed cottage in North Devon. Three bedrooms, two Ashore set-ups, and near-Gigabit internet. There's even an orangery. Perfect.

3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Workspaces
4 - 6 Credits

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The need to know

The need to know

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Grade II listed cottage in a gorgeous North Devon town.

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Near gigabit speed internet. Probably overkill for a couple of zoom calls, but we don't mind.

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Well equipped kitchen - with coffee machine included.

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Includes a peaceful private garden with Kamodo barbeque.

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There's also parking for two cars. A valuable rarity in Devon.

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Pet-friendly.

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The Setup

The Setup

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LG 34” UWHD curved monitor. Herman Miller Nevi sit-stand desk. Herman Miller Mirra II.

Magic keyboard, trackpad II, laptop stand, and universal adapter.

Located in a first floor bedroom.

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Apple Studio Display, Herman Miller Aeron, and the classic Pegg desk, designed by Michael Buick.

Magic keyboard, trackpad II, laptop stand, and universal adapter.

Located in a separate downstairs space.

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Wifi speed: 900mbps download, 325mbps upload.

The Location

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Braunton, North Devon.

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Amazing access to all the great surfing spots of the North Devon coastline - just 10 minutes away from Croyde beach.

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Exmoor National Park's nearby too. Imagine a normal national park, but every time you turn around a wild pony's snuck up on you.

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Braunton itself is super cool - great shops, food, and a gorgeous 13th century church. It's also home to the (official) Museum of British Surfing.

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