Clarendon Business Centres Opens Serviced Offices in Bath


Clarendon Business Centres welcomes Cambridge House to their growing portfolio of serviced offices.

Located in the city centre of Bath, the space includes more than 55 separate offices over 4 floors with meeting rooms, a roof terrace and office spaces ranging from 1 workstation to 17.

Occupying 13,000sq ft, Cambridge House on Henry Street is Clarendon’s first serviced office space to join their collection in the south west of England. Cambridge House is within close proximity of Southgate Shopping Centre and a 5-minute walk to Bath Spa Railway Station, providing direct rail access to Bristol and London Paddington (1 hour and 55 minutes).

After a 16-week refurbishment project costing £1.2m, the offices have seen 1,000 linear meters of wallpaper, 1,400 square meters of carpet and 100km of cabling.

The space was created to make clients and their employees feel like they were entering a 5* hotel, with a professional reception team welcoming clients and guests on their arrival. It is the superior and luxurious decor that sets it apart from other working spaces in the vicinity, taking the term pro-working (professional working) to the next level.


Its vibrant and contemporary design follows you throughout the building with natural daylight in every office and office furniture included as standard. The centre has a dedicated onsite business centre manager, Tom Endacott who is there to support clients as and when they need assistance.

Julian Cooper, Managing Director, Clarendon Business Centres:

“Cambridge House is our first serviced office space in the south west of England and we have designed the space to replicate a luxury hotel. Cambridge House is perfect for any business looking for professional working space in an accessible location; we have had strong take-up from local businesses, start-ups and remote workers as well as larger firms establishing a footprint in this sought-after area.

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“After a tough tender process, Clarendon instructed Interaction who are based in Bath to design, build and project manage the refurbishment project.”

Dieter Wood, Managing Director, Interaction:

“When we first met with Clarendon to discuss their up and coming project, we were enthused by their aspirations and knew that it could have a significant impact upon the development of businesses in the city. The decision to place these offices in the centre of Bath, reflects the position the South West is in, as a thriving hub for businesses.

“We are delighted to have been contracted to do the design and fit-out of the serviced offices. The result is a design focused space that is of an extremely high standard. This is testament to the client who was not prepared to cut corners or compromise on quality. The offices will aid the small businesses who will occupy them and gives them the tools they need to grow and continue to be successful.”

Rebecca Hill, Business Support Manager, EZ Education:

“Following our viewing of Cambridge House and comparing it to another serviced office we had seen, we were immediately drawn to Clarendon’s offering. We will be moving 9 staff in on the 1st August to Cambridge House, taking 2 offices that are opposite each other.

“There were many deciding factors on why we chose Cambridge House, from the onsite showers, fantastic kitchen facilities, and the provision of a post room, which all contributed to our overall decision. I have to mention their attention to detail that they have shown in the décor as that impressed us – as well as the quirky public spaces, modern meeting rooms, fun telephone booths and there being somewhere safe and secure to leave bikes.

“Our team is of a varying age from their early twenties to early forties, so it was important for us to find a new office that was not only in a prime location but was also vibrant and would make our staff really enjoy working in their surroundings. There is no doubt that Cambridge House ticks all the boxes for us and we are really looking forward to relocating there in a few week’s time.”