Serviced Offices in Teddington (Office Space for Rent)

Teddington sits on the north bank of the River Thames and is a popular commuter location. There are a host of serviced business centres offering flexible office space in the centre and on the outskirts of the town. Teddington boasts a variety of local small independent retailers, from vintage fashion shops to grocery stores, as well as pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants. Transport links are via Teddington railway station and regular bus routes.

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The Causeway, Teddington, TW11
Private Serviced Offices
1 to 80 people
From £480/mo.

Contemporary business centre just minutes from the train station provides three floors of bright office accommodation. Amenities include disabled facilities, an onsite café, meeting rooms and reception services.

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Church Road, Teddington, TW11
Private Serviced Offices
1 to 55 people
From £590/mo.

Modern office block provides super-fast broadband, lounge space, meeting rooms and conference facilities. Building is accessible 24/7 and car parking spaces are provided. Great transport links nearby.

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Fulwell Road, Teddington, TW11
Private Serviced Offices
1 to 50 people
From £340/mo.

Converted Victorian residential property provides attractive office suites with high-speed internet, 24-hour access and unrestricted parking. CAT5/5e/6 cabling, conference facilities and a videophone entry system are provided.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Fulwell (2 min walk)
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About Teddington

Teddington is an affluent riverside area in the Borough of Richmond upon Thames. This area is home to countless businesses of all different sectors, particularly those in the marketing, IT and publishing – many of these offices are conveniently located by Teddington Station for easy commutes. Large media groups and research firms also work out of Teddington. With Charing Cross only ten miles from this area and Central London easily reached, it is the perfect location for companies seeking commercial premises.

Teddington is most famous for its many wide-open spaces that bring a touch of natural beauty to the urban cityscapes of London. It also has royal connections, with several important buildings here which include Hampton Court Park and Hampton Court Palace. This area of the city has a mix of boutique retail stores, quaint cafés and friendly pubs, as well as riverside venues.

 

Teddington Office Space

Teddington has a selection of private and shared serviced offices that suit small and medium-sized companies. The commercial premises here are contemporary and well-equipped and can be rented on a furnished or unfurnished basis. Offices in Teddington can also be rented with flexible leases to accommodate the individual needs of different businesses. For commuters driving to and from work each day, there are several free car parks in the area including those on Cedar Road, Teddington Pool and Teddington West.

 

Nearby Areas

Teddington sits below Twickenham, with Hampton Hill to the west, Hampton Wick and Bushy Park to the south, and Ham to the east with the River Thames intercepting the two areas.

 

Transport Links

Offices in Teddington are well-served by a number of transport links. There is a mainline station in Teddington which is on the Kingston Loop Line, with trains running to London Waterloo, Wimbledon and Putney on a regular basis. The A316 provides access to the M25 for motorway access to the rest of the country. Teddington is well-served by buses and taxis too for reaching the neighbouring towns and villages. The closest airport is at Heathrow, just a few miles north of the area.

 

Eateries in Teddington

Restaurants and cafés are dotted throughout Teddington, providing office workers in the area with plenty of options for lunches and evening meals. Some of the popular favourites include Red Peppers, The Railway and The Wharf. For drinks when the working day is over, there are numerous bars and pubs, such as the Anglers and Adelaide. The district also has several supermarkets for quick lunches and picking up last-minute items on the way home. The River Thames runs alongside Teddington, providing the perfect setting for a relaxed wander in the mornings before the city comes to life or on a lunchbreak.

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