Virtual offices in Bath

Choose from over 8 locations in Bath.

Establish your business in Bath with our virtual office services.

Ideal for remote workers, or those wanting to expand into a new market without the need to invest heavily in a physical office space, our services can equip you with a prime business and mailing address in Bath. Other additional options include mail handling and telephone answering services.
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Building at 2430 / 2440 The Quadrant in Bristol

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Birmingham City Centre

Birmingham City Centre is a business district replete with niche bars, fine-dining restaurants and high-street brands.

Birmingham Airport

Birmingham International Airport is situated just 10 miles from Birmingham with an express rail service from New Street Station.

Jewellery Quarter

Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is a world-renowned hub for the jewellery trade and a booming creative industry.

Uxbridge

Uxbridge is a thriving commercial hub boasting expansive centres and corporate offices for businesses like Cadbury, PwC and Xerox.

About virtual office in Bath

Establish yourself in the historic city of Bath with our virtual office solutions. Designed for the modern organisation, a virtual office can give you the flexibility to work from anywhere in the world, whilst still maintaining a prestigious mailing address. This can be used on your website, flyers and business cards to capitalise on your new Bath postcode. Our mail handling service will take care of your correspondence until you can collect it in person, or have it forwarded on. We can also supply you with a local number and call handling. This professional telephone answering service will see a receptionist answer calls on your behalf, so you never miss a vital lead. Our virtual solutions can also be customised to include access to our Regus centres, should you need to drop-in and work in a professional environment.

Located in south-west England, Bath is perhaps most famous for being the site of the Roman Baths, as well as the Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent. Now a World Heritage site, its economy is primarily driven by tourism, a sector that supports hundreds of restaurants, cafes, shops and hotels in the area. Two large universities also ensures a bustling student and nightlife scene, as well as a steady stream of highly-educated graduates that continue to live and work in this picturesque region. Should visitors need to access the capital, a train into London Paddington takes under two hours, while the narby M4 Motorway links to Swindon to the east and Newport to the west.

What’s available

Professional address

Professional address

  • A professional business presence anywhere at one of our 3000 locations
  • Daily, weekly or monthly mail handling service
Virtual Office

Virtual Office

  • All the benefits of Professional Address
  • Local phone number to enhance your local presence
  • Business phone services including customised greeting and voicemail, local number and three named contacts
  • A live receptionist to answer your calls professionally
  • Unlimited access to our 2000 business lounges
Virtual Office Plus

Virtual Office Plus

  • All the benefits of Virtual Office
  • Five-day access to a private office in your location of choice