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Office Space & Serviced Offices in Cheltenham


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Kirby Miller
Kirby Miller
Cheltenham Consultant

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Based on your needs, I will arrange for you to view (in person or via video-call) a customised shortlist of properties. Our service is free and we will negotiate the best price for you.

  • • Flex space brokers since 1993
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29 Cambray Place, , GL50

Cheltenham | Inigo

| Ref 25292 Harley House is in the heart of Cheltenham just a stone's throw from the High Street, and within a 5-minute walk of Sandford Park and the classic Montpellier area.Our Grade II listed Regency building ...

Cheltenham Spa (18 mins)
Cheltenham Race Course (29 mins)

From £250 pp/pm

107 Promenade, , GL50

Cheltenham

| Ref 10248 Grade II listed Regency building on the Promenade in the City Centre offers most of the following benefits, including free car parking. We can offer you services ranging from office space to onsite ph...

Cheltenham Spa (14 mins)
Cheltenham Race Course (30 mins)

From £250 pp/pm

Jessop Avenue, , GL50

Cheltenham | Work Clockwise

| Ref 41585 Clockwise Cheltenham at Festival House in the middle of this spa town is the ideal location for businesses of any size. Situated on the edge of the Cotswold countryside, there’s a roof terrace with vi...

Cheltenham Spa (11 mins)
Cheltenham Race Course (28 mins)

From £400 pp/pm

Montpellier Drive, , GL50

Cheltenham

| Ref 4425 The benefits include air conditioning, large reception/lobby area with seating, 24/7 access with manned reception,on-site coffee shop, CCTV security, kitchen facilities, Broadband access, on-site park...

Cheltenham Spa (15 mins)
Cheltenham Race Course (34 mins)

From £250 pp/pm

Gloucester Road, , GL51

Cheltenham

| Ref 30039 Located right by Cheltenham Spa train station, Maxet House is also a short 15 minute walk into the town centre.A broad selection of offices starting from £260/month. Sizes from 10 - 78 square me...

Cheltenham Spa (2 mins)
Cheltenham Race Course (36 mins)

From £300 pp/pm

Hatherley Lane, , GL51

Cheltenham | Pure Offices

| Ref 15371 Our Cheltenham centre is a new purpose built serviced property, opening in April 2013, offering a wide range of small to medium sized offices to let. Cheltenham is an attractive and conveni...

Cheltenham Spa (22 mins)
Cheltenham Race Course (57 mins)

From £300 pp/pm

Cheltenham Road, , GL2

Gloucester

| Ref 14815 Modern air-conditioned business centre situated in a prime location adjacent to Staverton Airport between Cheltenham and Gloucester close to the M5 motorway. Adjacent offices can be linked. Reserved C...

Cheltenham Spa (49 mins)
Gloucester Railway Station (58 mins)

From £300 pp/pm

The Link Business Park, , GL54

Andoversford

| Ref 5700 Self contained offices for one or two people up to 30 people depending on availability and exact requirement. Conference rooms, modern facilities, broad band internet connection, dedicated parking, ...

From £300 pp/pm

Innsworth Lane, , GL3

Gloucester

| Ref 14817 The Business Centre at Innsworth Technology Park, Gloucester is an out-of-town office development. Consists of 12 office suites 150 – 250 sq ft to let on flexible licences either individually or combi...

Gloucester Railway Station (46 mins)

From £300 pp/pm

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Kirby Miller
Kirby Miller
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Based on your needs, I will arrange for you to view (in person or via video-call) a customised shortlist of properties. Our service is free and we will negotiate the best price for you.

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  • • Over 38,000 customers

Cheltenham is a town in the county of Gloucestershire in the south-west of England. The town takes its name from a small river called the Chelt, which runs into the River Severn and eventually into the Bristol Channel. Cheltenham became a popular spa town and retreat for holidaymakers from the early 18th century after the discovery of its mineral spring waters. The town now has a variety of well-established industries and is home to the British Government’s Communications Headquarters. Cheltenham is also famous for hosting a broad range of very well-attended festivals focussing variously on music, food and drink, literature and science. The town centre has a number of pleasant parks and open spaces, such as those at Imperial Square and Montpellier Gardens. Plus Cheltenham is home to the University of Gloucestershire, one of the preeminent higher education institutions in the region.

Setting up your business here

Cheltenham is very well connected to its neighbouring city of Gloucester and to other major cities and towns nearby, including Bristol, Birmingham, Oxford, Swindon and London. Among the largest office space occupiers in the town are financial service companies like the Chelsea Building Society and Endsleigh Insurance, which has its headquarters Cheltenham. Other major local employers include Zurich Financial Services, UCAS (the Universities & Colleges Admissions Service) and GE Aviation. The British Government’s Communications Headquarters occupies a purpose-built development referred to as ‘the Doughnut’ on the outskirts of the town.

Things to do in Cheltenham

Among the more outstanding attractions anywhere in Gloucestershire is the Cheltenham Racecourse, and the region boasts several amazing stately homes well worth visiting, not least Hidcote Manor and Snowshill Manor. Central Cheltenham is home to the Everyman Theatre, a very highly regarded cultural destination and the Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, which attracts visitors throughout the year. Cheltenham is a vibrant place to be at any time of the year but during festivals the town really comes to life. The various music festivals alone draw thousands of visitors and dozens of world-renowned performers to Cheltenham every year. There are also some excellent places to eat out in Cheltenham and nowhere better than Le Champignon Sauvage, which boasts two coveted Michelin stars. Other high calibre eateries in the area include the Daffodil, the Montpellier Brasserie and Flynn’s Bar & Brasserie. Cheltenham is also extremely accommodating when it comes to great bars and pubs, with any list of the best likely to include the Montpellier Wine Bar, Tailors and the Kemble.