Serviced Offices Oxford (Furnished Office Space) to Rent
Known for its university, spires and architectural splendour, Oxford is an historic yet cosmopolitan city that has a strong business community. Key industries in Oxford include car production, science, technology, publishing and education. The city centre features an abundance of shopping outlets, theatres, charming cafes, pubs and restaurants alongside converted period and listed buildings containing superb individual offices and meeting rooms. There are several business parks on the outskirts of the city, offering modern, spacious flexible working space. Transport connections are excellent for companies wishing to establish a base here. [read more] [read less]
City-centre business accommodation near the train station and public transport connections provides spacious offices with market-leading technology. The building offers reception services, 24-hour access and meeting rooms.
Prestigious business centre in central Oxford provides professional workspaces on flexible, all-inclusive terms. A staffed reception, superfast broadband, 24/7 security and access, bike racks and a car park feature.
Historic property in a premier Oxford location provides contemporary office suites with ISDN, telecoms and 24-hour access. The period building offers reception services, meeting rooms, IT support and parking.
Bright, unbranded offices are available on flexible, all-inclusive monthly terms at this newly-refurbished business centre in a great Oxford location. Facilities include a breakout area, parking, broadband and 24/7 access.
Contemporary business accommodation enjoying a prime high street location offers smart, luxurious offices and meeting rooms with the latest technology. The building provides reception services, 24-hour access and onsite parking.
Contemporary business centre enjoying multiple public transport and motorway links provides high-spec office accommodation. Amenities include disabled facilities, bike storage, onsite parking and a business lounge.
Flexible air-conditioned offices are available in a newly-refurbished red-brick Business Centre. The modern building offers training rooms, a boardroom, VoIP, breakout areas, printing services, ISDN, parking and disabled access.
Modern business accommodation provides flexible, high-spec office solutions with 24-hour access. The building offers market-leading technology, an in-house reception, lounge space, meeting rooms, showers and onsite parking.
Affordable, unbranded office space is available across two buildings in this contemporary business park. Workspaces benefit from superfast broadband and parking, with the estate offering a pub, gym and supermarket.
Attractive building within a landscaped Business Park provides all-inclusive, unbranded office accommodation on flexible terms. Air-conditioned workspaces benefit from ISDN, meeting rooms, reception services and parking.
Contemporary business accommodation provides flexible, open-plan workspaces on all-inclusive terms. The property benefits from meeting rooms, telecoms, IT support, disabled facilities, parking and an onsite café.
Modern business hub provides high-spec workspace containing meeting rooms, professionally manned reception and kitchen area. Features super-fast internet, cycle storage, showers and air conditioning. 24/7 access and car parking on-site.
Historic Grade II listed property offering bespoke unbranded offices with fast fibre-optic broadband, VoIP technology, and disabled facilities. The building is alarmed and monitored to ensure security.
Flexible office spaces with conference/meeting rooms, high-speed broadband, security and reception/administration services. A nursery, ATM, restaurant, café, bike shelters, ample parking, and sports facilities provided onsite.
Bright spacious offices in a rural location benefiting from meeting rooms and 24-hour access/security. Provides complimentary beverages, a reception with admin support, and onsite parking.
- Private Offices (serviced/furnished)
- 1 to 55 people/100 sq ft to 5,500 sq ft
- Didcot Parkway (10 min walk)
Spacious, bright self-contained business accommodation offered on flexible licences in a commercial property with good road and rail links. The building enjoys 24-hour access, meeting rooms, CCTV monitoring and free parking.
- Private Offices (serviced/furnished)
- 1 to 50 people/100 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft
- Didcot Parkway (13 min walk)
Serviced offices in a contemporary Business Centre with professional reception services provided at cost-effective rates. Market leading IT, call/mail handling, 24/7 access and onsite parking are available.
Oxford Office Guide
Best known for its acclaimed university, Oxford is the picturesque county town of Oxfordshire and is filled with stunning architecture and charming waterways. Oxford is a city with renowned esteem that makes it a desirable office location for any company, whether you are a start-up or an established business looking to expand. The city has a number of key attractions which include the universities, Carfax Tower and the historic Covered Market, as well as punting on the rivers during the warmer months.
Given the large student community, it is no surprise that Oxford is predominantly focused on the education sector. But there are many other key business sectors in the city, including publishing, hospitality, tourism, car manufacturing and technology. Tech start-ups, in particular, are common in Oxford and it has a rich and encouraging history with this particular industry. This popular city delivers great connections and amenities as well as charm and history for the perfect balance of work and leisure, appealing to businesses in a host of different sectors.
Office Space in Oxford
Private and coworking office spaces are available to rent in Oxford, with a choice of properties to suit businesses of all different sizes – in particular, small to medium-sized companies of up to 70 people. With modern spacious offices available on flexible rentals and with the choice of serviced or managed terms, Oxford provides a great opportunity for businesses seeking a renowned address with prestige and a strong reputation for excellence. The central location of these commercial properties allows for easy commutes and connections to nearby towns and cities. The city is ideally suited for commuters looking to drive into work each day, with five park and ride car parks and numerous other parking options throughout the city.
With the River Thames and River Cherwell running through the city, Oxford is surrounded by Godstow, Cowley and Headington. It sits under 25 miles north-west of Reading and 29 miles south-west of Milton Keynes.
For workers in offices, Oxford provides numerous transport links, ensuring an easy commute. Oxford is well served by numerous bus routes from several operators, with five park and ride car parks providing regular connections to the centre of the city. The train station here provides Great Western Railway links with London Paddington, with other services to Euston, Watford and Maidenhead. From Oxford Station, commuters can get direct trains to Hayes and Harlington for an interchange with the Heathrow Connect. Similarly, a change at Reading provides connecting trains to Gatwick Airport.
Food, Drink and Entertainment
Dining in Oxford is easy, with so many choices available right on your doorstep. Cafés such as the Organic Deli and Skogen Kitchen provide a great spot for lunches during the work day while an abundance of restaurants give workers the chance to sample a wide range of cuisines. Coffee bars such as Colombia Coffee Roasters are ideal for grabbing a coffee on the way to the office.
Oxford has a number of great pubs and bars, with the Eagle and Child, and Turf Tavern just two of the most popular with locals. The O2 Academy Oxford is great for a night out after work, with a number of live music performances regularly taking place. Oxford has two shopping malls – The Clarendon Centre and the Westgate Centre – where professionals can enjoy browsing on their lunchbreaks.