Pure Offices Welwyn Garden City Ref #12543
DESCRIPTIONOffering the flexibility of monthly rolling licences to your business, this modern office environment built in 2007 includes a mannned reception and paxton door entry system. There are a good variety of office sizes, available furnished o...
HubSpace Welwyn Garden City Ref #14288
Orion House is an architectural award winning 40,000 sq. ft. modern office space.The Centre offers premium, fully serviced and managed office solutions to large, medium and small businesses alike, portraying the assurance of a quality corporate image...
From £200 i
per person / per month
Regus Welwyn Garden City Ref #19843
These new serviced offices occupy two floors of a detached building in Shire Park, a major corporate business park on the outskirts of Welwyn Garden City. The workspace lies in the UK's hi-tech and science hotspot between London and Cambridge. Excell...
Regus Hatfield Ref #967
This business centre is located in a recently refurbished, four-storey building with a full-height atrium and open, spacious reception area which also serves as a networking area for clients. This prominent location on the Hatfield Business Park is b...
From £300 i
per person / per month
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Welwyn Garden City is a vibrant town and lies around 20 miles from Kings Cross. This town was not only one of the first new towns, having been designated in 1948, but also only the second garden city in England. It was founded in 1920 by Ebenezer Howard, who also founded the first garden city, which is Letchworth Garden City. The area boasts not only great surroundings, culture, and history, but also has links to a number of well known people such as Rupert Grint from Harry Potter, Nick Faldo, and Frederick Forsyth.
The office space in Welwyn Garden City is taken up by a variety of different businesses and professionals. In fact, this town has a thriving commercial area and is home to a number of well-known businesses, including headquarters of big name businesses such as Tesco. Other major businesses in the area include IBM, Xerox, PayPoint, Baxters, Sigma Corporation, Roche and Figleaves.com.
You will find some great entertainment on offer in Welwyn Garden City. You can head to the Barn Theatre for a range of amateur stage productions. If live music is more your scene, you can head to The Green Room, which is a vibrant and lively entertainment venue. When it comes to dining out, you can enjoy some wonderful cuisine in this town. Sample the European and French cuisine at Auberge du Lac or enjoy delicious Italian at Prezzo. Café Trio serves up Turkish dishes while Hakalok is the place to go if you want to enjoy Malaysian fare.
There are a number of transport modes that can be utilised in Welwyn Garden City. Links to the railway network are provided via Welwyn Garden City Railway Station, which is situated in the centre of town. You will also find a variety of buses, coaches and taxis serving the area, providing convenient ground transport links. With well-connected major road networks, driving is also another viable transport option in this area.
Prices typically are all-inclusive of utilities costs, broadband, meeting room access, and are exempt from business rates (package varies per office).