The Quorum

Bond Street, Bristol, BS1 3AE

  • Café & Co-working on the ground floor

  • 24/7 access

  • Dedicated team & community events

  • Free gym & lockers

  • Shower facilities

  • Cycle storage

Let Ready at The Quorum is vibrant, diverse and full of some of the brightest and bravest business minds around. And, we’re right in the heart of the city too. We’ve got every little detail covered, leaving you to get down to business. Are you ready?

What's included?

We know that speed and convenience can make a real difference to business and our daily sandwich and salad deliveries ensure that you stay fuelled no matter how busy you are. For those days where you have a few minutes extra to spare, eat, chat and relax in the surrounding gardens and courtyard, or simply enjoy from the comfort of your Studio.

Courtyard & garden

A paved oasis in the heart of the city centre.

Reception & concierge

A friendly on-site team to help out, should you need it.

Gym & showers

Free to use for you and your team's wellness.

Cycle storage

Sustainable and economical, our underground cycle store.

Where to find us

We work hard and play hard and we’re right in the centre of the action. We’re opposite Cabot Circus to satisfy the foodies and shoppers amongst us, but with a private garden and courtyard, gym, showers, secure cycle store and private parking right onsite, we’ve got everything you need. For those coming from further afield, we are within walking distance of Bristol Temple Meads and close to the M32.

  • Train

    10 minute walk from Brstol Temple Meads Station

  • Bike

    Cycle here with secure storage when you arrive

  • Car

    On-site parking

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Additional information

Good to know

Whether you’re looking for a new office, or planning for growth, we don’t believe that businesses should have to compromise on space, location or quality. With Let Ready, your work home can grow with you.

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