Next up in our series highlighting the fantastic areas and buildings that house our shared workspaces, we’re off to Devon to discover Clockwise Exeter.
En route to the Roman city walls and 11th century Norman Rougemont Castle, located on a leafy Georgian street razed by the Blitz, Boardwalk House in the Castle Quarter is nestled right in the heart of this ancient city’s most historic district.
Despite the area’s longstanding connection to the fascinating history of Exeter, there is nothing archaic or old-fashioned about the serviced offices on offer here. The area is also at the centre of the business district with all the amenities you’d expect from modern shared workspaces.
As part of the Castleforge expansion which saw the real estate investment firm purchase four sites across England in key cities for universities and young professionals with fast-growing economies, Clockwise Exeter provides an alternative to traditional leases by offering flexible office solutions to a changing market.
Set over three floors in Southernhay’s Broadwalk House, the bright and airy serviced offices of Clockwise Exeter are the perfect home for work, whether flying solo, starting up or scaling rapidly.
Just some of the amenities on offer include:
- A city centre location for your shared workspace
- Unlimited, high-speed and secure WiFi
- Meeting rooms and events spaces
- Breakout areas and club lounges
- 24/7 access
- Bike storage
- On-site private parking
- Event programming
- Flexible office solutions
Being so centrally located, members of Clockwise Exeter don’t just benefit from the internal facilities. Not only is Broadwalk House on one of the most attractive streets in all of Devon but it’s also a mere 10-minute walk from Exeter Central train station.
You’ll find a wealth of dining, drinking and entertainment options within easy reach of your new Southernhay serviced offices too- for a quick lunch, after-work drinks or something a little more unusual, here are just a few to get you started.
- Pink Moon- A little ray of Californian sunshine with fantastic coffee, incredible pancakes and a serious thing for brunches. Using only locally sourced ingredients for their menus, there’s even a cocktail list for après-work libations.
- Cork & Tile- They say it best- ‘real Portuguese food in the heart of Exeter’. Highly rated, locally sourced and like a little holiday on your lunch break. Their Pastél de Nata is brilliance in pastry.
- On The Waterfront- Incredible burgers, steaks and pizzas from local suppliers. Very cosy in the winter but really comes into its own in the summer- it’s situated right on the historic harbour.
- Board- If you like your cocktail with a side of Scrabble or Battleships, this board game cafe is the ideal place for light bites and great drinks to fuel you on long gaming sessions.
- The Oddfellows- A pub but not as we know it. Much like the area, it’s a fantastic mix of the old and the new with an outstanding food menu ranging from Wood Pigeon or curried Cornish Hake to their acclaimed roasts.
- Royal Albert Memorial Museum- For the culture vultures, right around the corner from Clockwise Exeter is this fantastic museum celebrating both Devon’s rich history and global culture with rotating exhibitions.
To find out more about the different flexible leases available for serviced offices and shared workspaces at Clockwise Exeter, get in touch with our dedicated team: firstname.lastname@example.org