London Workspaces with Beautiful Autumnal Walks
The nights may be getting darker and the weather may be colder but autumn is a magical time of year. And, all it takes to learn to love this season is to know where to look. What’s even better is finding the perfect spot right on the doorstep of your serviced office.
Londonoffices have compiled a list of five high quality, flexible workspaces in sought after areas right next to some of London’s most beautiful parks and walks. We hope that at least one is close to your workspace, and if not Londonoffices can always help you move!
1. The Office Group – Paddington – Eastbourne Terrace – close to Hyde Park
Possibly one of the most well-known green spaces in London, Hyde Park is home to many momentous events all year round from festivals to Christmas markets. However, despite all the festivities and fun, the 350 acres offers plenty of quiet space to unwind and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Being on the doorstep of Paddington Station means that Hyde Park is also just a short walk from The Office Group’s grade-A workspace on Eastbourne Terrace. Convenience is key at this unique location, with an entrance inside Paddington station, short term agreements on offer and of course beautiful Hyde Park just minutes away.
2. Work.Life – London Fields – Sidworth Street – close to Victoria Park
Heading slightly further from Zone 1, London Fields is an increasingly popular location for flexible workspace in the capital. Work.Life’s aspirational office on Sidworth Street is leafy and laid back, offering a very contemporary space for business. And with the beautiful Victoria Park making lunchtime walks unforgettable, the five star workspaces aren’t the only attraction.
Victoria Park is London’s oldest public park at 170 years old and is historically momentous for the city. There’s sponsored events, activities and festivals as well as sports pitches for those who like their lunch time break to be a little more vigorous.
3. Propjack Management – Heath Street – close to Hampstead Heath
While autumnal walks, surrounded by orange leaves and cute little acorns are beautiful enough, there is something precious about a wild park. That’s just what you get from Hampstead Heath. It covers 800 acres with some of the most spectacular views of the city. It inspired C. S. Lewis to write the Chronicles of Narnia and we’re sure it’ll inspire you too.
Continuing with the theme of nature, Propjack Management’s workspace on Heath Street is just steps from Hamptead Heath. Its exposed brick and wooden beams compliment the crisp white walls, creating a unique flexible workspace that is a breath of fresh air.
4. The Argyll Club – St. James’ – Pall Mall – close to The Green Park
The Argyll Club have some of the most luxurious serviced offices in London with all their workspaces being grade-A standard. Not all of them have beautiful parks right on their doorstep unfortunately, but Pall Mall does and it is exquisite. It has a wonderful modern elegance with a wealth of space to keep business life varied.
Stepping outside, the 40 acres known as The Green Park is just a stone’s throw away. It features a range of memorials, fountains and statues as well as vibrant, vivid flowers to enjoy. The Green Park offers the perfect retreat from City life right next to the stunning Buckingham Palace.
5. Curve Serviced Offices – Greenwich – Creek Road – close to Greenwich Park
Heading south of the river we explore a beautiful part of London, Greenwich; home to serviced office providers Curve and the stunning Greenwich Park. The floor to ceiling windows at Creek Road let in gorgeous views of the region – enough to make even the most homely person want to wander.
Greenwich Park overlooks the famous River Thames and supplies one of London’s most iconic views. With 183 acres to cover, there is the ideal spot for everyone, whether you’re looking for a quiet spot of nature or a little bit of culture. There’s a wilderness walk with wild deer, a tranquil orchard and some pretty remarkable ancient trees to discover.
With so many beautiful places to explore why let the colder days ruin those lunch time outings? London, although a bustling city filled with exclusive properties and aspirational workspaces, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Make sure you enjoy every part.