Serviced Office Space in Dorking (Furnished Offices) to Rent
A traditional market town in Surrey, Dorking is surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – nearby Box Hill formed a large part of the long distance Olympic cycle events in 2012 - and rural villages. A popular commuter location and boasting three railway stations with regular services to London as well as the towns of Guildford, Redhill and Reigate, Dorking is a sought-after business location with a number of business parks offering modern, serviced offices to rent. [read more] [read less]
Dorking Office Guide
A market town in Surrey, Dorking is a popular business location. With beautiful surroundings and excellent transport connections, companies from a wide range of industries are drawn to office premises and business parks in the town.
Renting Offices in Dorking
The town has a diverse range of offices to rent at affordable prices, in converted older style buildings as well as dedicated business centres. In the town centre, high standard self-contained offices can be found, in addition to modern business centres offering companies the opportunity to rent private and coworking offices, with meeting rooms, ample parking and reception services. Business parks are just a short walk from the centre of Dorking and rail stations, and are home to spacious serviced office space, conference facilities and high tech capabilities.
The town is home to three railway stations, attracting a wide range companies looking for offices in a well-connected area. The main railway station is the largest and provides regular services to London Waterloo, London Victoria, Horsham and Epsom. Dorking Deepdene runs services between Redhill and Guildford, whilst Dorking West station, also on the Guildford line, has fewer services.
Dorking is located on the junction between the A24 London to Worthing road and the A25, the Maidstone to Guildford road. There are regular bus routes in and around Dorking, connecting with Redhill and Reigate, as well as Leatherhead, Epsom, Box Hill and now to Horsham and Kingston.
Shopping, Restaurants and Leisure
For those in offices in the area, there is a wide variety of amenities, shopping opportunities and dining options. The majority of the shopping outlets are located in the High Street, with a selection of independent traders situated in South Street. West Street is very well-known for its antique shops and draws people from far and wide. The St Martin’s Walk shopping precinct is accessed from the High Street and is a popular place with its cafes and restaurants.
Dorking has a range of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, bars and eateries offering a diverse range of cuisine including the Salt Pig, Mullins Coffee Shop, Cote Brasserie, Sorrel, Sage and The White Horse.