Serviced Office Space in Brighton (Furnished Offices) to Rent

Find private serviced offices to rent in and around Brighton, close to the seaside. Office spaces are available in a range of sizes, with many units available in each building.

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North Road, Brighton, BN1
Private serviced offices
1 to 60 people
From £380/mo.

Business Centre in a period building near local/ national transport, boasting IT/admin support, air conditioning, telecoms, AV equipment and unbranded offices with 24-hour access and sea views.

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North Road, Brighton, BN1
Private serviced offices
1 to 120 people
From £590/mo.

Prime Brighton location offers trendy interior design and bespoke workspaces. Perks include superfast WiFi, 24-hour digital key access, comfortable breakout zones, event invitations and printing facilities.

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Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1
Private serviced offices
1 to 80 people
From £420/mo.

Contemporary office building in central Brighton provides freshly-refurbished, fully-furnished workspaces. Features include 24/7 access, climate control, individual entry phones, CAT6, suspended ceilings, IT support and a lift.

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Queens Road, Brighton, BN1
Private serviced offices
1 to 45 people
From £440/mo.

Modern Business Centre in a prominent Brighton location with sea views providing flexible workspaces with 24/7 access. Facilities include parking, IT support, telecoms and breakout spaces.

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Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1
Private serviced offices
1 to 60 people
From £280/mo.

19th Century Gothic listed building provides fully-furnished office suites on flexible, economical agreements with a concierge, superfast internet, call handling service, meeting rooms and parking available.

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About Brighton

Brighton is a bustling seaside town on the south coast of England. Creative, new media and digital companies are particularly prominent in the town, housed in trendy and contemporary office spaces. Brighton is home to a number of significant companies from a wide range of industries, including finance giants, technology firms and media companies. 

 

Landmarks in Brighton include the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Palace Pier, the West Pier and Brighton Marina. Brighton is a popular destination for trade fairs, exhibitions and conferences at the Brighton Centre, a purpose-built conference centre. The Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe are held in May every year and is the second largest arts festival in the UK. 

 

A vibrant town boasting excellent transport links, electric bars and trendy cafes, Brighton is an excellent location for businesses looking for creative office space in a buzzing setting.

 

Brighton Offices to Rent

In recent years, new dedicated high-tech and energy efficient office buildings have been constructed, housing a mix of private offices and shared workspace to let. There is a wide variety of office space available in converted period and listed buildings, with many along the sea front, as well as modern business centres to suit all budgets. 

 

Transport Connections

Brighton offers a range of transport links, ideal for companies looking for office space in a well-connected location. Brighton is connected to the national road and motorway networks via the A23 towards London, the A27 and the A259, which runs along the coast. 

 

Brighton’s railway station provides frequent trains to London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras International. There are also trains to Gatwick Airport as well as other key cities in the UK. There are many bus routes serving the town and neighbouring areas.

 

Hotels, Shops and Eateries

The Lanes in Brighton are world famous and is full of retail stores selling predominantly clothing, vintage wares, antiques and jewellery. Characterised by its narrow alleyways and following the street patter of the original fishing village, it is extremely popular and also houses a variety of offices, cafes, coffee shops and eateries. 

 

Churchill Shopping Centre, built in the 1960s and enlarged in 1998, has a multitude of shopping opportunities, designer names and department stores, as well as several restaurants. 

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