Available Serviced Offices in Cambridge
Vision Park, Cambridge, London CB24Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This Cambridge property is on a well established business park, just outside the city's ring road, that is home to a number of technology and scientific businesses.from: £300 per person per month
East Road, Cambridge, London CB1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
For those needing an office location in central Cambridge, this property could be ideal, offering close proximity to colleges and the city centre.from: £300 per person per month
Station Road, Cambridge, London CB1Serviced Office Coworking Office
Located in the heart of Cambridge this head-turning building offer 9 floor of furnished workspace.from: £Quote per person per month
Castle Park, Cambridge, London CB3Serviced Office
For an office in central Cambridge, this four floor office block set in landscaped gardens fits the bill.from: £350 per person per month
Enterprise Way, Cambridge, London CB9Serviced Office Coworking Office
Based in Cambridgeshire, this Innovation Centre is not your normal workplace.from: £195 per person per month
Cambourne Business Park, Cambridge, London CB23Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This business park location offers a Cambridge ambience, without the stress of commuting in the city centre traffic.from: £300 per person per month
Huntingdon Street, Cambridge, London PE19Serviced Office
Only a few moments away from local amenities and in the middle of Old Town St.from: £160 per person per month
Ely Road, Cambridge, London CB24Serviced Office
Within this Grade II listed manor house, you will discover a variety of office shapes & styles.from: £350 per person per month
Cambridge Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Cambridge?
There is evidence of settlement in the area as far back as the Bronze Age. In Roman Britain, during Viking rule, Cambridge was an important trading centre, though it didn’t gain city status until 1952.
Education is of course a major industry, as are its off shoots, such as scientific and medical research.
Tech companies have been drawn to Cambridge over the years, and in a recent report, 23 were named in the top 100 Cambridge companies. This was closely followed by Business Support, with 21 companies.
Property and Construction also features highly, with a flurry of new housing estates being built, as well as office buildings that are beginning to dominate the sky line. There is also the Alconbury Weald development which it’s developers claim is to set “to transform a 1420 acre largely brownfield and gated site into a unique and inspiring place for working, living, learning and leisure”.
Sporting attractions include Cambridge City Football Club, many stunning golf courses – catering to all levels, and the river Cam itself, with rowing and canoeing.
A must-see Cambridge tradition is the Bumps, a bizarre rowing race that’s taken place on the Cam since the 1820s. Crews line-up their boats along the river to chase and ‘bump’ the boat in front before they are bumped by the boat behind.
Cambridge offers a full and vibrant entertainment and nightlife scene.
There is the Cambridge Arts Theatre, which is one of the region’s liveliest and most exciting venues, hosting a varied programme of drama, dance, music, comedy and pantomime, as well as many shows prior to and direct from the West End. Close by is the Cambridge Corn Exchange, the largest multi-purpose entertainment venue in the region. It hosts concerts, rock bands, comedy, and much more.
If you prefer to enjoy live music and a few drinks, then Cambridge won’t let you down. It is full of bars and clubs that are buzzing with people out to have a good time. Market Passage offers two of the city’s most lively bars, with Baroosh Bar & Kitchen and Ta Bouche taking centre stage – if you prefer live music and world class cocktails, then head over to De Luca Cucina & Bar or La Raza and enjoy coolness personified – with nightly events offering some of the best live music and entertainment in town.
If you simply fancy a traditional pub, many of Cambridge’s pubs have been part of the city for over 100 years, favourites include – The Eagle, The Old Spring, The Green Man, Grantchester and The Mitre Tavern.
Cambridge has a wonderful choice of shops. From the hustle and bustle of the city’s seven-days-a-week market, to an abundance of boutiques and independent shops as well as high street brands, designer labels and Shopping Centres..
Potter around the cobbled Market Square to find something special, from fine cheese, vintage clothes and quirky gifts to fresh coffee beans, photographs, books and paintings.
For the independent shops and cafes, try Rose Crescent and Trinity Street, Magdalene Street, Bridge Street and King Street.
Grand Arcade is the city’s newest shopping centre with more than 60 premium and high street brands, a flagship John Lewis department store Apple, The White Company, Hollister, Carluccio’s, Kurt Geiger, Topshop and River Island, among others, all under one sky-lit roof.
Linked to the Grand Arcade is the Lion Yard Shopping Centre, which has an exciting mix of high street brands, independent and boutique shops.
Mill Road, off Parker’s Piece, is the city’s bohemian area hosting a diverse range of restaurants and shops. Head just out of town to Burwash Manor, Barton, for country chic boutique shopping at its best.
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Map of Cambridge
From the South & from London, Cambridge is a short trip up the M11 motorway. From the north, the A1 and M1 link to the A14 dual carriageway straight to the city, and from the east and west, the A14 again takes you to Cambridge.
For short stay trips the City Centre Car Parks offer great convenience, but for longer visits there are five world class Park & Ride sites located on the outskirts of the City that provide free parking and a swift and frequent bus ride to the City Centre.
There is a fast and frequent rail service from London King’s Cross & London Liverpool Street through to Cambridge. There are excellent connections from Scotland & the North via Peterborough, and regional services from Birmingham & the Midlands, East Anglia & the Northwest.
Cambridge International Airport offers direct daily air service from Scandinavia by British Airways, and seasonally from Italy and other points. London Stansted is located just 30 miles to the South of the city, with easy access by train, coach, or car. Cambridge is also within easy reach of London Heathrow, London Gatwick & Birmingham International Airport.