Secret garden 18 October 2019 After months of secrecy the Newt has opened its gates to a luxurious hotel, extensive gardens, cyder press and restaurant in the core of the Somerset countryside
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Work it: hotels that offer work spaces 09 October 2019 by

Hotels are realising that their lobbies don’t have to be empty for most of the day – the army of freelancers that have traditionally taken up tables can be moved to a dedicated, paid-for workspace, where they can have all the benefits of an office as well as the food, beverage and service of a hotel. Rosalind Mullen reports on the new breed of flexible workspaces

Freelancers have been flipping open their laptops and getting down to work in cafés, hotel lobbies and countless other spaces for at least a decade. A study by MyVoucherCodes found that 13% of UK staff work from a coffee shop every day; and workspace companies such as office space giant Regus have been rolling out flexible businesses. According to statistics on Allwork.space, the global market value for these workspaces is estimated at $26b (£21b).

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