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Office Space & Serviced Offices in Wales


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Kirby Miller
Kirby Miller
Wales Consultant

YOUR NO-FEE PERSONAL SHOPPER

You can compare the entire market here!

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
  • • Over 38,000 customers

Greyfriars Road, , CF10

Cardiff | Chadwick

| Ref 17346 Located in the tallest building in Cardiff, this business centre provides simple, all-inclusive agreements for between 2 to 125 people. Various luxury hotels are close by and the main shopping precinc...

Cardiff Queen Street (4 mins)
Cathays (6 mins)

From £245 pp/pm

12 Cathedral Road, , CF11

Cardiff | Chadwick

| Ref 26272 Serviced office suites ready for immediate occupation in a smartly refurbished purpose-built office building just half a mile from Cardiff city centre. This newly renovated business hub enjoys an envi...

Cathays (10 mins)
Cardiff Central (10 mins)

From £215 pp/pm

6 Cathedral Road, , CF11

Cardiff | OSIT

| Ref 2911 A Grade II listed building overlooking the beautiful Sophia Gardens. The centre has been renovated to the highest standard, incorporating the latest technologies, including broadband access. It provid...

Cardiff Central (9 mins)
Cathays (10 mins)

From £250 pp/pm

13a Cathedral Road, , CF11

Cardiff | OSIT

| Ref 186 This former synagogue and Grade II listed building dates back to 1896 and has retained its distinctive architectural style. Behind the prestigious facade lies a purpose built office centre with a larg...

Ninian Park (10 mins)
Cathays (10 mins)

From £250 pp/pm

24 Windsor Place, , CF10

Cardiff

| Ref 28359 City Centre location offering a variety of office spaces. Flexible leases available, Lift Access Air Conditioning Parking Options Kitchens & Toilets to each floor City Centre office space Only £...

Cardiff Queen Street (3 mins)
Cathays (6 mins)

From £200 pp/pm

33- 35 Cathedral Road, , CF11

Cardiff | Rombourne

| Ref 15018 Cathedral Road is situated in Cardiff’s prestigious Victorian conservation area, ten minutes walk from Cardiff city centre and across the road from the parkland of Sophia Gardens, which further enhanc...

Ninian Park (10 mins)
Cathays (10 mins)

From £200 pp/pm

Wellington Street, , CF11

Cardiff | Chadwick

| Ref 25286 Serviced office suites ready for immediate occupation in a contemporary and stylish building just minutes from Cardiff’s bustling city centre. This newly renovated business hub enjoys excellent natura...

Ninian Park (7 mins)
Cardiff Central (11 mins)

From £200 pp/pm

2 Fitzalan Road, Cardiff, CF24

Cardiff | Regus

| Ref 9421 Cardiff has experienced major transformation over recent years, emerging as an exciting, vibrant and attractive European capital city. It is compact and manageable, with excellent Employment opportuni...

Cardiff Queen Street (0 mins)
Cathays (9 mins)

From £319 pp/pm

Brunel House, , CF24

Cardiff | Work Clockwise

| Ref 30946 Serviced offices / Private offices / Coworking spaces / Clockwise offers a variety of flexible spaces to suit any evolving business includes serviced offices, private offices and coworking spaces. The...

Cardiff Queen Street (0 mins)
Cathays (9 mins)

From £275 pp/pm

Can I help with your search?
Kirby Miller
Kirby Miller
Wales Consultant

YOUR NO-FEE PERSONAL SHOPPER

You can compare the entire market here!

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
  • • Over 38,000 customers

Wales is part of the United Kingdom and is a country that boasts a rich and fascinating history. Filled with a host of unique, vibrant, and charming towns and cities, each with distinct character and unique attractions, Wales is bordered by England as well as by the Irish Sea and Atlantic Ocean. With majestic mountains, striking coastlines, and lush greenery, this is a country where natural beauty and awe inspiring landscapes are part of the whole experience. It is also a country where you will find a host of cultural attractions and events, making it the perfect place to explore. The combination of quaint villages and towns coupled with vibrant, lively cities such as Swansea and Cardiff, makes Wales a diverse country with something for everyone to enjoy.

Business Information

You will find a huge range of small, medium, large, and even global businesses located in Wales, as well as many government agencies. While some of the smaller towns have a small commercial sector, the larger towns and cities of Wales are known to be commercial and retail hubs, with many businesses having facilities and even headquarters in the area. Some of the prominent brands based in Wales include Amazon, Virgin Media, BT, the AA, Admiral, ING Direct, British Gas, the DVLA, the Passport Office, and the Office for National Statistics.

Entertainment And Dining Out

You will find that the entertainment scene can vary across Wales. In some smaller towns and villages, entertainment is all about relaxing in a cosy pub and getting to know the locals whereas in the cities you will find everything from theatre and live music to cinemas, pool halls, bars, and nightclubs. Dining options are varied and exciting no matter where you go, although the choice of eateries is obviously greater in the bigger cities. In Wales you will find everything from traditional Welsh and British dishes, classic pub grub, and casual dining options, to international cuisine from countries all around the world.

Transport Information

Most Welsh towns and cities offer access to the rail network via, with Cardiff Central being one of the main stations along with Cardiff Queen Street. The country provides highway access for drivers, with the M4 motorway being a major link in the area along with a variety of trunk and arterial roads. The main international air transport hub serving Wales is Cardiff Airport although there are smaller airports scattered throughout. There are also commercial ferry ports that serve Wales, enabling easy access by ferry to Ireland.