These days, working remotely doesn’t have to involve greasy spoons and crowded coffee shops. In fact, some of the most beautiful locations in the UK offer decent mobile broadband availability. Read on to find out our top ten…
Let’s be honest, working remotely isn't always as glamorous as it sounds.
Sure, you don't have to go into a grey office every morning. And you get to avoid any awkward conversations in the kitchen too. Problem is, it can be difficult to find a comfortable, well-connected place to work from.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You see, there are loads of places you can work in the UK with beautiful scenery and strong mobile coverage and speeds. All you need is a broadband dongle, suitcase, a mobile broadband connection, and you’re good to go.
With that in mind, we've listed our top ten most remote and beautiful places in the UK and mobile broadband availability from the UK's four largest networks - Vodafone, O2, EE and Three.
Lets take a look…
1. Dunnottar Castle, Scotland
Back in the seventeen hundreds, this striking clifftop fortress was home to the one of the most powerful families in Scotland.
Today it’s a photographers dream, and offers good mobile broadband signal from Vodafone, O2, Three and EE to boot.
2. Grasmere, Cumbria, England
Made famous by William Wordsworth, Grasmere is an ideal place to kick back and enjoy some peace and quiet while soaking up the stunning scenery.
Impressively, Grasmere gets good signal from Vodafone, Three, EE and an average signal from O2.
3. Brownsea Island, Dorset
According to its website, Brownsea is famous for red squirrels, wildlife and scouting. We’d add decent Wi-Fi to the list too.
Indeed, aside from the stunning scenery, Brownsea Island offers good signal from all four major networks.
4. Lundy Island, Devon
This beautiful Island in the Bristol Channel is just three miles long and, against the noise of the modern world, it's an ideal place to recharge.
But, if you really have to get some work done, you’ll get good Wi-Fi signal from Vodafone, O2, and Three.
5. Bowerman’s Nose, Dartmoor National Park, Devon
Bowerman’s Nose is a walker's paradise. Fans of Sherlock might even recognise the landscape as backdrop for the Hound of the Baskervilles. In terms of mobile internet, you’ll get good coverage from O2, Three and EE.
6. Barafundle Bay, Wales
It’s not too often us Brits get to boast about our beaches. But Barafundle Bay, which has been voted one of the best beaches in the world numerous times, really is something to shout about.
When it comes to Wi-Fi signal, you should get good signal from all four major network providers.
7. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland
This stunning tidal island off the northeast coast of England is perfect for a remote getaway. We recommend you bring your camera too.
And there’s good mobile broadband availability from Britain’s top four providers, across the board.
8. Devil’s Dyke, West Sussex
Situated in the South Downs, Devil’s Dike is a V-shaped valley that boasts stunning scenery and decent Wi-Fi signal from Vodafone, O2, Three and EE.
9. Ullswater, Lake District
At Ullswater, you’ll always have something beautiful to look at.
To the south there’s spectacular mountain scenery, and to the north picturesque hills and sloping valleys.
Oh, and there's good mobile broadband availability from all four of Britain's biggest networks too.
10. Portmeirion, Wales
To fans of the hit 60’s show The Prisoner, Portmeirion's stunning scenery will already be familiar.
And mobile broadband availability is good, too.
So, there you have it. If any of the above locations take your fancy, hit the button to compare the best mobile broadband deals.