Serviced Offices in Newport to Rent

Newport in South Wales is known for its engineering and manufacturing industry. The city holds multiple business parks in and around the city, popular with many companies due to the close proximity to the M4 motorway. A thriving city, Newport offers a mix of high-tech and flexible office space in beautiful converted period properties and modern business centres. Numerous shopping opportunities, bars, pubs and restaurants sit alongside museums and art galleries.

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Langstone Business Park, Newport, NP18
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 55 people
From £290/mo.

Unbranded, air-conditioned offices are available in a newly-refurbished Business Park with free parking and disabled access. Open-plan workspaces enjoy VoIP, conference facilities, a staffed reception, showers and bike racks.

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Priory Drive, Newport, NP18
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 50 people
From £290/mo.

Commercial property provides flexible office space with 24-hour access and onsite parking. A large manned reception, meeting rooms, video conferencing facilities, printing services, an indoor garden and onsite café feature.

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Malthouse Avenue, Cardiff, CF23
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 65 people
From £250/mo.

Business Centre with good motorway access offers professional, modern workplaces surrounded by green space. Amenities include air conditioning, meeting rooms, a business lounge, outdoor areas, parking and disabled access.

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East Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF24
Private offices (serviced)
1 to 75 people
From £420/mo.

Trendy newly-refurbished business hub in a Grade II listed period building offers ultra-modern, unbranded workspaces on flexible rentals. Benefits include a courtyard, free gym, onsite café, parking, bike racks, and shuttle bus.

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  • Icon: Rail Station Cardiff Queen St. (11 min walk)
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About Newport

Located in south-east Wales, Newport is a city with a rich history and a thriving commercial hub with businesses from a wide variety of sectors taking office space in the city. One of the main draws to this area for companies is the transport connections it provides to other major cities in the UK, including Cardiff, London and Bristol.

Over recent years, the city of Newport has undergone countless developments and regeneration, transforming into a strong commercial base for businesses. Once a coal-exporting port, the city has retained its engineering and industrial hold, but it has also become a popular location for technology companies, manufacturing and the public service sector. Businesses from a wide range of sectors can benefit from the great location and brilliant atmosphere that Newport provides.


Newport Office Space

Central Newport offers a number of contemporary commercial properties for rent, providing businesses with modern and spacious workspaces that are available with flexible leases. There is a choice of both private and shared offices for small to medium-sized companies, accommodating teams of up to 75 people in some cases.

Newport provides staff with great nearby amenities and transport connections for commuters and for meeting with clients, while some of the premises also provide on-site parking.


Nearby Areas

Located in south-east Wales, Newport is set on the River Usk and is north-east of Cardiff. Those working in the area have easy access to Bristol and London, as well as neighbouring Monmouthshire and Gwent.


Transport Links

Newport is a well-connected city, making it an ideal location for companies to rent office space. Newport has a busy railway station that provides direct connections to the South Wales Main Line, the Great Western Main Line and the Gloucester to Newport Line. There are also trains to London Paddington from here, with journeys taking just under two hours.

The city is served by numerous bus routes in and around the city and just a mile from the city centre, commuters have access to the M4 motorway. The nearest airport from Newport is Cardiff Airport, located 30 miles from the city.


Cafes, Bars and Shops

Newport has a number of key shopping areas, with High Street and Commercial Street being the most popular. The adjoining roads to these areas are also filled with shops, cafés and coffee shops. Kingsway Shopping Centre and Friars Walk Shopping Centre have several restaurants and stores, as well as an eight-screen cinema.

For fresh produce and independent retailers, there is also Newport Market – a Victorian indoor market set over two floors. Newport offers a great choice of independent and chain restaurants, as well as bars for drinks with colleagues after a day in the office, such as The Riverside Tavern and The Potters Newport.

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