Available Serviced Offices in Bristol
Henbury Road, Bristol, London BS9Serviced Office
Situated in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, this Georgian property is on the is well-positioned on the main the high street and boasts a quiet and rural feel.from: £200 per person per month
Great George Street, Bristol, London BS1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Situated opposite Cabot Tower and Brandon Hill park, this serviced office in the centre of Bristol boasts green & leafy surroundings and stunning views across the city.from: £200 per person per month
Surrey Street, Bristol, London BS2Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
For a cost-effective Bristol base, this property has lots to offer, being close to the buzzing streets of the city centre, yet offering a quieter outlook.from: £Quote per person per month
Winterstoke Road, Bristol, London BS3Serviced Office
Located just off the A3095 on Willoughby Road, this COVID-19 maintained office facility in Bracknell offers flexible and affordable private offices suitable for small to medium sized companies.from: £174 per person per month
Bristol Business Park, Bristol, London BS16Serviced Office
This Bristol property is on a business park close to the University of West England campus.from: £270 per person per month
Queens Road, Bristol, London BS8Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Located in the Clifton area of Bristol, this landmark property is close to the city's university.from: £275 per person per month
High Street, Bristol, London BS1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
In central Bristol, this art deco property has been converted to provide a range of serviced offices and coworking spaces, with a funky interior.from: £275 per person per month
Great Park Road, Bristol, London BS32Serviced Office
This Business Centre offers a range of serviced offices to rent only 15 minutes from Bristol town city centre, In the last few years, Bristol has become a hub of innovation & creativity with an ever growing hunger to become the number one location for small businesses enterprise.from: £Quote per person per month
Bristol Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Bristol?
Situated in the south west of England, Bristol is the eighth most populated city in the UK, with a population of circa 450,000. Straddling the river Avon, it has a rich maritime history, and at one time was the gateway for the African slave trade into England.
Bristol is an economic powerhouse in aerospace and defence, high-technologies, higher education, professional and legal services, financial services and the media and creative industries.
A number of major financial players have offices in Bristol, whether a regional hub or headquarters. These include Axa, Lloyds (one of the first to take up residence in the Harbourside’s amphitheatre), Natwest/RBS and Royal Sun Alliance.
As for IT, a government backed report in 2015, states that Bristol is UK’s top tech city, as well as the most important, fast growing sector, only after London.
Other high profile companies include Boeing Defence, GKN Aerospace, IMDB, and multi Oscar winner, Nick Park’s Aardman Studios.
As a major British city, many other industries are well represented, and business wise, seems to be experiencing exciting times.
Leisure, Entertainment and Shopping
Nightlife in Bristol is legendary. From its huge clubs hosting top DJs to underground live gigs, plus all manner of bars, glamorous speakeasies, comedy nights, magic and karaoke bars with hubs in Old Market Quarter Gay Village and West End Gay Village.
Harbourside is but one of Bristol’s many great outdoor spaces. Located in the heart of the city the area hosts some of the city’s biggest events in the summer, such as Grillstock, VegFest, and Bristol Summer Series.
There is also the Bristol Harbour Festival, one of the UK’s largest public festivals, which celebrates Bristol’s rich maritime history.
Culturally, Bristol is very rich with many museums and galleries, such as the nomadic art gallery, Antlers, the Bristol Folk House, Spike Island and The Edwardian Cloakroom.
For theatre, there is the world-famous Bristol Old Vic, as well as an exciting Fringe scene. There are many music venues throughout the city, catering to all tastes.
Bristol is home to two football league clubs, and the Bristol Harlequins rugby club. There are multiple gyms around the city, as well as sports centres.
Shopping in Bristol comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re looking for a tiny pop-up selling locally designed fashion or a whopping great mall with everything under one roof – this city really is the shopping capital of the South West.
You can take a leisurely stroll around the Regency streets of Clifton Village and peruse its posh boutiques. You can head to Bristol Shopping Quarter and flit between High Street staples and one-off wonders. Or if retro and vintage tickle your fancy, you can explore the alternative shops of Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road – the latter boasts Europe’s longest street of independent shops.
If you prefer to shop whilst taking in some local history, have a gander at the many traders of the cobbled Old City. Old Market, too, is a fascinating place and currently experiencing a resurgence in popularity. And let’s not forget the magic of the Christmas Steps Arts Quarter, which dates back to the 1600s. You could spend all day just exploring these eight unique streets with their silversmiths, design shops and booksellers.
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Map of Bristol
Bristol is one of the most easily accessible cities in the UK, with excellent road links, including the M4, M5 and M32, well-appointed for access to Wales, the West Country and the Midlands, and only a 2-hour drive from London. A new £45 million link road has just been completed, which eases congestion in and around the city
Bristol is served by two major railway stations. Bristol Temple Meads, which takes you right into the city centre, with trains to and from London every 30 minutes during peak times. It also is well linked to stations throughout England, Wales and Scotland.
Bristol Parkway is situated on the edge of the city, and just ten minutes from Temple Meads for links across the UK mainland
Bristol Airport is located just a few miles south of Bristol City Centre with direct services to over 100 destinations across Europe. The major international hubs of Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt and Dublin continue to be served by KLM, Brussels Airlines, bmi regional and Aer Lingus, making hundreds of onward connections across the globe.
The Bristol Airport Flyer is and express link between Bristol Railway Station (Temple Meads), Bristol Bus Station, Clifton and Bristol Airport. The journey time to the City Centre is approximately 30 minutes, with services operating daily 24 hours a day.