Cambridge House, Bath - BA1 1JS
This stylish business centre at Cambridge House offers small businesses a wide range of private office spaces over four floors. More than 55 serviced offices are housed at this recently refurbished building in Bath city centre. These beautifully furnished open plan suites are designed for between one and 17 workstations.
Cambridge House is designed to offer a unique and creative work environment that is comfortable and productive. Bright interiors are designed with eye-catching details and decor. There are also fantastic amenities at this property, from private phone booths for confidential calls to convenient shower and kitchen facilities. A roof terrace gives you a beautiful spot to meet or enjoy a break.
An experienced team offers professional on-site support to businesses. This includes a friendly reception service that ensures guests feel welcome. Fully-equipped and serviced meeting rooms are available to host presentations, workshops and other discussions. A range of IT and communications packages also provide reliable and cost-effective solutions for your business.
Cambridge House on Henry Street offers furnished and serviced offices in the heart of Bath. The property sits in the city's main shopping district and is steps from a range of high street and independent shops. SouthGate Bath shopping centre is nearby with a great selection of shops, cafes and restaurants.
These contemporary offices are within a five-minute walk from Bath Spa rail station. Regular trains connect Bath with Bristol, London Paddington and other destinations. You are also a short walk from the picturesque historic centre of Bath, the site of the world famous Roman Baths and medieval Bath Abbey.
- Building Features
- WC (separate male/female)
- Business Support
- On-site management team
- IT / Telecomms
- IT support
- 24-hour access
- Services & Amenities
- Workspace Features
- Access to other centres nationwide
- Furnished offices
Local Area Info
Bath was originally founded as a spa resort by the Romans in AD 43 and has always had a large part of its economy dependant on tourism and leisure. In 1987 the city became a World Heritage Site and has many museums, theatres and cultural venues that act as major attractions for tourist activity. Other industries which are revenue winners for the area include a large service sector, information and communications technology and creative industries.
The main employers of the city include the National Health Service and the Ministry of Defence. Bath is a national publishing centre and is home to Future Publishing along with other major company headquarters. Highly accessible from surrounding areas due to its proximity to the M4 motorway and rail network, Bath is an excellent site for offices.
For more information about this property, please contact us on 020 3970 9731