Serviced Offices Maidstone to Let

View a range of business centres listed in Maidstone offering a number of different sized serviced office space to rent.

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Knightrider Street, Maidstone, ME15
Private Serviced Offices
1 to 190 people
From £280/mo.

Modern business centre boasting a town centre location with excellent nearby transport connections. Features an impressive entrance hall, air-conditioned suites, on-site parking, 24/7 access and a contemporary lounge area.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Maidstone West (6 min walk)
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St Faiths Street, Maidstone, ME14
Private Serviced Offices
1 to 50 people
From £380/mo.

Characterful building provides newly-refurbished office space with suspended ceilings arranged over three floors. The property boasts 24-hour access, a meeting room, breakout space, CAT5e, shower facilities and bike storage.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Maidstone East (1 min walk)
  • Icon: Rail Station Maidstone Barracks (4 min walk)
Kings Hill Avenue, West Malling, Maidstone, ME19
Private Serviced Offices
1 to 60 people
From £310/mo.

Modern Business Centre near the railway station provides flexible office accommodation with 24-hour access. Reception services, meeting rooms, video conferencing facilities, IT support and onsite parking feature.

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  • Icon: Rail Station West Malling (1.3 miles)
  • Icon: Rail Station Wateringbury (1.9 miles)
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About Maidstone

A picturesque town on the River Medway, Maidstone is a diverse and eclectic town which has a wide variety of modern office premises, entertainment options and transport connections for businesses to make the most of. Maidstone is packed with attractions and cultural landmarks, including the Mote Park, the Millennium Park, the Kent Life Museum and Leeds Castle. Like many ancient towns in the county, it has a rich history and a fascinating culture that is packed with museums, galleries and theatres to visit.

Maidstone was once the centre of the brewing and paper-making industries, but today, the key business sectors include retail, administrative and service sectors. Its excellent commuter links make it the ideal office location for businesses who want connections to the City without wanting or needing to immerse themselves in the full City lifestyle and vibrant atmosphere. For a calmer balance between the two, Maidstone offers a brilliant compromise and a greater work-life balance.

 

Office Space in Maidstone

Maidstone has a great selection of private and shared offices in the heart of the town, close to transport connections for commuters. Commercial premises here range from newly refurbished period properties to impressive red-brick buildings that would suit businesses of all different sizes. Flexible rentals allow companies to take on leases on serviced and unserviced office spaces, depending on the needs of the business for added convenience.

 

Nearby Areas

Allington lies north of Maidstone, with Kings Hill to the west and Loose to the south. Maidstone is surrounded by smaller villages which include Bearsted, East Farleigh, Boughton and Otham.

 

Transport Links

Offices in Maidstone are well-connected with three train stations in the town. Canterbury and London Victoria are accessible via direct trains from Maidstone East, with trains to Ashford International taking just 25 minutes. Maidstone West offers services to Tonbridge and Strood, as well as St Pancras – high-speed services take less than 50 minutes.

Gatwick and London City Airports are easily accessed from Maidstone and the area has great road connections too. The M20 runs through to the north of the area and the A20 runs through the town, connecting it to Ashford and Sevenoaks.

 

Food and Entertainment

Maidstone provides those living and working in the area with great options for shopping and eating, with two shopping centres and a thriving high street. The Chequers Shopping Centre and Fremlin Walk offer a wide mix of high-street stores. For dining, the High Street and Bank Street have a number of chain restaurants and cafés. There are also a wealth of pubs and bars, perfect for a drink after a day in the office. For a dose of culture on your lunchbreak or after work, there are numerous museums and theatres.

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