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Available Serviced Offices in Cardiff

  • Fitzalan Road, Cardiff, London CF24
    Serviced Office Coworking Office

    These contemporary quality private office suites and shared workspaces can be let on a flexible membership basis.

    Serviced Office, Coworking Office, Cardiff
    from: £275 per person per month
  • Cathedral Road, Cardiff, London CF11
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    This stunning Edwardian property, in one of Cardiff's most desirable commercial locations, offers serviced office space for businesses up to 50 staff, all fully furnished to a high specification and equipped with IT & Telephony infrastructure and connectivity.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £180 per person per month
  • Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, London CF10
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    Located in Cardiff Bay, this property looks out over an old dock basin and is part of the modern redevelopment of the area.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £250 per person per month
  • Cathedral Road, Cardiff, London CF11
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    This stone fronted period office building has been substantially extended and fitted out to provide contemporary, stylish serviced offices with a range of space options available.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £250 per person per month
  • Cathedral Road, Cardiff, London CF11
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    Located in one of Cardiff's most prestigious business locations, this serviced office has been recently refurbished to offer contemporary office space of the highest specification.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £180 per person per month
  • Cardiff Gate Business Park, Cardiff, London CF23
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    Based in a convenient location just off the M4 motorway, this Cardiff property provides state of the art serviced offices and flexible workspaces, in a modern building on a business park that is home to many major international businesses.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £240 per person per month
  • Cathedral Road, Cardiff, London CF11
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    Converted from a religious building, this property offers serviced offices with style.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £250 per person per month
  • Fitzalan Road, Cardiff, London CF24
    Serviced Office Meeting Rooms

    For serviced offices with a great view of Cardiff, this property cannot be beaten.

    Serviced Office, Meeting Rooms, Cardiff
    from: £250 per person per month

Cardiff Serviced Office Rental Guide

A Price Guide for Renting Serviced Office Space in Cardiff
Approximate cost per desk, per month
type from to
Serviced offices provide an all-inclusive fully furnished solution with telecoms, internet and power and business rates all included in the monthly rent. Office rental rates exclude VAT.
Hot Desk £75 £125
Dedicated Desk £100 £225
Private Office £150 £350

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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Cardiff?

Cardiff is a port city on the south coast of Wales, where the River Taff meets the Severn Estuary. It was proclaimed the nation’s capital in 1955. The revitalised waterfront at Cardiff Bay includes the Wales Millennium Centre, home of the national opera, orchestra, theatre and dance companies, plus shops at Mermaid Quay. Architect Richard Rogers’ strikingly modern Senedd building houses the Welsh National Assembly.

Population is approximately 350,000.

Business Activities

Following the decline of the city’s heavy industry in the latter part of the 20th century, the economy of Cardiff is now dominated by the service sector and is home to a large number of globally recognised financial services companies, employing some 50,000 people.

The creative industries also feature strongly, with BBC Wales’ Dr Who being the jewel in its crown.  Film and film makers are well supported by the Welsh Film Council, and Pinewood Studio Wales is in the city.  There are imminent plans to build far bigger studios, with the intention to attract International film makers to the Principality.

The Tech industry thrives, helped by a £7.5 million fund from by the Welsh Government to attract start-ups to the area, in 2014.  Finance Wales continue to encourage tech start-ups, and offer both seed finance and technology funding.

The tourism industry is also on the increase, and generates over £1 billion in income, annually.

Leisure Activities

Cardiff is home to the Millennium Stadium, arguably the greatest sports arena in the world.  Home of the Welsh Rugby Union team, world class opponents visit often.  It also offers major acts from the UK and the world’s top performers, such as Robbie Williams and Justin Bieber.

Cardiff’s pubs and clubs are legendary, and offer something for everybody.  Though it’s developing a reputation as a party city, there are many beautiful pubs, steeped with history, if you would prefer a quieter night.

If you fancy chancing your luck at roulette or black jack, there are a number of casinos which will be happy to accommodate both you and your wallet.

Cardiff is the capital for shopping, and with a combination of designer brands, high street names as well as more individual and independent shops, there’s something for everyone. Recently named the 6th best shopping destination in the UK, Cardiff has the whole spectrum of shopping, with charming Edwardian and Victorian arcades and ultra-modern shopping centres.

Start your journey with the spectacular St David’s Shopping Centre, one of the UK’s newest, brightest and largest indoor malls, the Queens Arcade, or one of Cardiff’s older arcades such as the Royal, Castle, High Street or Morgan.

Cardiff is also home to the award-winning farmers’ markets.  Fantastic fresh food, great prices, and all from local producers, every Sunday on Fitzammon Embankment, opposite the Millennium Stadium, between 10am and 2pm.  Each week up to 30 producers sell the very best of almost everything, from bread and cakes, fish and meat, flowers and fruit & veg, to farmhouse cheese and Welsh malt whisky.

Serviced Offices in the UK

Flexible, serviced offices can be found throughout the UK, with many providers offering coworking space, meeting rooms and virtual offices.

For more general information about flexible office space, please see our Serviced Offices in the UK guide.

We also have location guides for serviced offices in other UK locations:

Map of Cardiff

By Road

Cardiff is accessed from the M4, which itself is connected to the M5, making travelling from London and the Midlands very straight forward.

By Rail

Trains from London arrive hourly, before continuing to Swansea.  Most other major cities are accessible by changing at Bristol Temple Meads.

By Air

Cardiff Airport is Wales’ major airport. Both major and budget airlines fly directly to over 50 destinations, with connections to 900 more.

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Coworking Space in the UK

Very flexible, dynamic, shared offices - ideal for UK startups

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Meeting Rooms in the UK

smart venues in the city to meet clients and suppliers, interview employees, run training courses

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Serviced Offices in the UK

Fast, flexible, managed offices for both startups and fast-growing, established UK businesses

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Virtual Office in the UK

The credibility and convenience of a business address in a UK city without the expense and hassle of a permanent physical office

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