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Office space in Cornwall
With the mildest and sunniest climate in the country, we wouldn’t blame you in the least for picking Cornwall as your next office rental location. Any questions? Just surf our Office Genie guide to the UK’s most south-westerly county to find out more.
Why rent offices in Cornwall?
Think of Cornwall and you’ll think of its wild moorland landscapes, long heritage coastline and picturesque villages. Cornwall is known primarily as a tourist destination, with a vibrant folk tradition and celebrated attractions such as the Tate St Ives and the Eden Project. But beyond the surfing, sculpture and rainforests, there’s a lot here for businesses too.
Cornwall is at the south-west tip of the UK, bounded at its eastern edge by the Tamar river which forms most of the border with neighbouring Devon. High-speed rail services run frequently from London Paddington to Penzance, via Liskeard and Truro, and there are also direct trains daily from Bath and Bristol to Cornwall and its branch lines. Travel time from London to Penzance is just over five hours, or you can take an overnight sleeper train.
Major road links to Cornwall are the A38 which crosses the Tamar at Plymouth, the A39 which runs through northern Cornwall to end in Falmouth, and the A30 which crosses into the county south of Launceston and crosses Bodmin Moor to reach the administrative centre of Truro. Truro is five hours’ drive from London.
Newquay Cornwall Airport offers direct year-round flights to London Gatwick and Manchester. Summer flights include destinations such as Belfast, Birmingham, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London Stansted and Newcastle.
While tourism makes up around a quarter of the Cornish economy, there’s plenty of support for a wide range of businesses. There are also eight Business Improvement Districts in Cornwall, including Truro and the main towns of Falmouth, Newquay and Penzance. Events include Cornwall Business Week, which includes a business fair run by the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, the Cornwall Business Awards and the Cornwall Business Show.
Cornwall: Your office space options
Starting out and need a cheap desk rental? How about a shared office to rent on flexible terms? Or for more support and facilities, check out our stock of serviced offices offering high-specification, all-inclusive, executive suites. And when you’re ready to really settle down in a more permanent home, take a look at our traditional offices for rent on a long-term lease.
If you can’t see what you need immediately, don’t panic. Call the number on this page to speak to one of our helpful Office Genies who will be able to help. And don’t forget to visit the site often, as our stock is continually being updated. Or why not look at what’s on offer in nearby Devon, Somerset or Dorset.