6 workspaces you need to visit in Bristol
The Guardian once named Bristol one of the happiest cities to work in the UK, combining all the best bits of a buzzing city centre with a cosy community feel and plenty of scenic space. But if you still need more convincing to give Brizzle a visit, it’s also been named the kindest British city - I mean, what else could you expect from a population made famous by its commitment to thanking bus drivers?
So if you find yourself working out west, why not give these 6 diverse spaces a try? You can find all the details about how to book with them at the end of the article.
For techies: Framework, Old City - from £30pp
One of two Forward Spaces in the city, Framework is ideal for those working in tech or as digital nomads - in fact, it was designed with those very workers in mind. The space also has the added appeal of a barista-style coffee machine, free for members to use (plus during covid-times you get the added perk of having your coffee made for you), as well as a library to wind-down in when you feel your eyes going square.
You’ll find this office located along the vibrant King Street in the city centre, which has plenty of colourful pubs situated all the way down it - post-work pub crawl anyone?
For professionals: Landmark, Temple Quay - from £25pp
It wouldn’t be a Narau workspace guide if we didn’t mention Landmark, would it? By now you probably know how much we love these offices, and the Bristol branch is no different - renovated to a high standard, with on-site IT support, and access to a mix of shared and private office space to suit every need; Landmark is perfect for those who thrive in a more corporate, high-energy environment.
You also can’t beat the central location of this Bristolian space, just a short walk away from Temple Meads train station on the banks of the Floating Harbour.