Available Serviced Offices in Edinburgh
Harvest Road, Edinburgh, London EH28Serviced Office
Convenient for Edinburgh airport, this modern property offers a mix of serviced, furnished offices alongside workshops and studios.from: £Quote per person per month
Morrison Street, Edinburgh, London EH3Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
In central Edinburgh, this property is close to the city's conference centre in a location giving easy access to the old town and West End.from: £200 per person per month
George Street, Edinburgh, London EH2Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
In the elegant heart of Edinburgh's new town, this property has a modest entrance among the area's boutique shops.from: £275 per person per month
Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, London EH3Serviced Office Coworking Office
This contemporary Business Centre on Lochrin Square is the perfect location to develop your business.from: £250 per person per month
Princes Street, Edinburgh, London EH2Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This Edinburgh property has an unrivalled central location, promising views of the city's world famous castle.from: £375 per person per month
North St. David Street, Edinburgh, London EH2Serviced Office
Offering boutique serviced offices in Edinburgh, this property has a different feel from the corporate offices used by man providers.from: £300 per person per month
Exchange Place, Edinburgh, London EH3Serviced Office
Located just a couple of blocks from Edinburgh's landmark castle, this modern property delivers state of the art office space, much of it featuring floor to ceiling windows that deliver a light and airy feel.from: £270 per person per month
Redheughs Rigg, Edinburgh, London EH12Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Set in landscaped surroundings, this Edinburgh property on the edge of the city offers contemporary air conditioned offices to suit growing businesses.from: £275 per person per month
Edinburgh Serviced Office Rental Guide
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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.
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Edinburgh?
Edinburgh is Scotland’s compact, hilly capital. It has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Looming over the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, used in the coronation of Scottish rulers. Arthur’s Seat is an imposing peak in Holyrood Park with sweeping views, and Calton Hill is topped with monuments and memorials.
Edinburgh is a powerhouse of the Scottish economy, as well as the wider UK economy, and has been consistently one of the most prosperous parts of the country, with the strongest economy of any city in the UK, outside London.
It is the third largest financial centre in the UK, behind London and Glasgow, and it’s history of banking stretches back over 300 years. Both the Lloyds Banking Group and the Roayal Bank of Scotland have their global offices in the city.
Edinburgh Park is one of the largest business parks in the UK and is located on the western periphery of city, near Edinburgh Airport. The park was opened in 1992 alongside the large out-of-town shopping development at South Gyle and is close to major routes such as the A8, the M8 motorway and the A720 Edinburgh City Bypass and now has its own railway station.
In technology Edinburgh has nearly 20,000 people working within digital companies. The technology sector has grown upon the expertise within the city’s universities. Companies working out of the city include travel search website Skyscanner and one day fantasy sports provider Fanduel. Several large corporates have invested in Edinburgh including Amazon Development Centre Scotland and Microsoft.
Tourism is another important mainstay of the economy of Edinburgh, supporting 30,000 jobs in the city worth £1.6 billion to the city economy.
Edinburgh is home to two football league teams, Hibernian and Hearts of Midlothian. Edinburgh Rugby Team are on of just two professional rugby sides in Scotland, the other being Glasgow Warriors, and play in the Pro 12 League.
For sports and fitness, Edinburgh Leisure offer 30 different locations across the city, where you can swim, play tennis, golf, five a side football, netball, badminton and many other sports. They also have gyms and fitness centres. Membership starts at £29.99 a month and gives you a 25% discount off a wide variety of activities including racquet sports, golf and climbing.
Edinburgh is Unesco’s first City of Literature, home to the world’s largest book festival and its biggest performing arts festival, with more listed buildings than anywhere in Britain.
You can spend time listening to clever, democratic debate at the Word Power bookshop on West Nicholson Street or watch brilliant contemporary playwriting at the Traverse Theatre.
Also worth visiting is the Scottish Parliament, with a Celtic heart beneath its chaotic Latin exterior. There are dozens of art galleries, with exhibitions at the airy City Art Centre and more compact Fruitmarket Gallery.
The shopping is excellent – for eclectic independents try Stafford Street; for vintage, William Armstrong & Son on the Grassmarket; and St Andrew Square for upmarket brands.
If it’s sunny, there are great soulful, sweeping vistas across the Firth of Forth up with the high romance of Arthur’s Seat, or from the City Observatory on Calton Hill.
Edinburgh is full of great bars and restaurants, to suit all tastes. In August of each year there is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival which will entertain you with comedy, music and theatre almost 24 hours a day.
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Map of Edinburgh
Edinburgh can be reached via the M1 (A) from the south of England, or the M6 from the north of England. The M8 links Edinburgh to Glasgow.
Edinburgh’s Waverley Station is very well served with regular trains from all major UK destinations. Trains to London run as often as every 40 minutes.
Edinburgh Airport flies to many European destinations, as well as New York, Chicago, Orlando and Abu Dhabi. Several budget airlines, such as Easy Jet, Ryan Air and Flybe, operate out of the airport.