Serviced Offices from £300 pp pm
This fabulously elegant business centre is located in the centre of Bath. The square, the first development by Bath's famed architect John Wood the Elder, is in many ways the most important development of eighteenth-century Bath. The beautiful Georgian building retains its period features including fireplaces in all the rooms and the original full-size safe hidden behind a door in the exceptional boardroom. The business centre has 16 fully furnished rooms and suites offering spacious accommodation for 1 to 10 people. For a larger space then a whole floor can be taken. The centre also offers outstanding virtual office services, from the most prestigious business address in Bath to the wide range of secretarial services available. The virtual services are specifically designed to help you operate your business effortlessly and to take away the stresses of a busy working day. The virtual office packages can be tailored to suit your requirements. The centre benefits from a large boardroom that can seat up to 16 comfortably and a meeting room that can seat up to 8 people both of which over look the charming square. Catering can be provided for meetings, from simple tea and coffee orders to evening events with canapés or dinners. The business centre offers secure bicycle parking and permits are available for Charlotte Street car park, which is only a five minute walk away. The staff are delighted to have Investor in People recognition and they take great pride in the professional management of their centre.
This centre is perfectly located in a prime position on Queen Street, Bath. The office space is within walking distance of many great local amenities, including the Bath Spa train station plus all the banks, shops and restaurants that Bath has to offer. It is only a fifteen minute drive to the M4 and a thirty minute drive to Bristol International Airport. Bath's main car park is a three to five minute walk away at Charlotte Street (permits available) and there is on-street parking around the square.