Office Space in Bath

Beautiful Bath is home to some wonderful period properties and some of them have been turned in to excellent business cetres offering serviced office space to rent in this wonderful city. Explore the links below to discover Bath office space such as 1 Northumberland Buiildings - a gorgeous Grade I listed Georgian townhouse.
1 Northumberland Buildings is a handsome, Georgian town house in central Bath. The Grade-I listed town house dates back to 1780 and now offers a number of impressive individual offices. Offices vary in size from 70 sq ft up to 484 sq ft, suitable for 1 to 8 people. Other facilities include a new fitted kitchen, ladies and gents...
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Monday 31st October 2011

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Monday 10th October 2011

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