Co-working in Bristol

Co-working in Bristol

Bristol has always led the way in terms of offering decent co-working spaces for remote workers. Today there are more spaces than ever available to rent a desk, office or meeting room by the hour, day or week. 

Every week sees a new space launched and the prices aren’t too shabby either. You can get to a co-working space within easy reach of your home or find one on the doorstep of many transport hubs across the city. With so many people working in these hubs you never know what might happen or who you might meet. 

We have created a list of our favourites to help you when selecting your new home in Bristol. Even the magazine co-working spaces have written a piece about the variety of co-working hubs in the city. 

The Engine Shed

Bristol is full of office space and some of the best co-working hubs in the UK exist within its boundaries. Step off the train at Bristol Temple Meads and within a few seconds you can be hard at work in the Engine Shed.

Led by the University of Bristol in collaboration with Bristol City Council and the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Engine Shed is a hub where businesses, entrepreneurs, academics, social innovators, and corporates collaborate. Engine Shed showcases the strengths and innovations of the region by providing space, creating encounters and running projects that inspire, enable, and challenge us all.

The Origin

Whether you’re an entrepreneur looking to work alongside like-minded individuals, a developing business with big ambitions, or a freelancer or remote worker seeking an inspiring coworking space, Origin Workspace gives you so much more than a stylish desk space.

Introducing Your Apartment’s first co-working space, Bristol’s freshest new co-working space. Costing around £15 a day, this brand new co-working space is situated within the Aparthotel.

This co-working space is not just for paying guests but also open to non-residents visiting the area and in need of a relaxing and colourful space to focus. Enjoy free freshly ground Cru Coffee and still filtered water all day long.

Established in 1990, The Square Club is a private members club geared up for the film, media and creative industries. Located centrally just off Park Street near to the Bristol Museum, it is a luxurious setting in which to meet clients, eat and drink or just knuckle down to some hard work. Membership is only £60 a quarter which keeps them well within reach of most home workers. The Square Club is also within a smart hotel, so you get amazing service from the staff who will look after your every need. 

Situated in St Nicholas Market near to Bristol Bridge, Distil Co-working Space is the one for you if you love food. Nearby market stalls sell delicious goodies from all over the South West. There is a Pieminister nearby where you can sample the legendary pie and mash. Every Wednesday there is a market for local producers, so you can head home with an armful of treats. 
There are meeting rooms, quiet areas for phone calls, and a bar. As the name suggests you can book and get an inclusive drinks menu, or just chill out in front of the open fire. 

Part of a large chain of work spaces, Clockwise is rather more more upmarket but you get what you pay for. A city centre location with kitchenettes, break out areas and even lounges, you can choose how much time you want to spend there. Book a dedicated desk or utilise the club lounge and find a new scene every time you sit down. The meeting rooms are very well appointed and offer every modern facility you would expect while retaining the charm of an old Bristol building. 

Moving to work in Bristol

As you can see there are a plethora of work spaces available in Bristol and these just scratch the surface. If you are thinking about a move to Bristol and work from home then there is ample opportunity to discover a desk or office that you can use once or twice a week. 

If you would like to find out more about where we recommend then give us a ring. We want to help you find the best location for your new life, not just a house but a way of life and if you can get the balance right you will be smiling all the way home. 

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