10 best coworking spaces in Oxford
Oxford is an amazing city, full of beautiful architecture and history. But did you know the ‘City of Spires’ is also full of hidden gems when it comes to coworking and hot desking?
Whether you’re a freelancer fed up with lonely lunchtimes in your home study or a startup looking for an inspiring environment, here are 10 fabulous coworking spaces to explore in fantastic Oxford.
Perfect for freelancers, solopreneurs and ambitious startups, Oxford Innospace sets you up for a productive day — all with a relaxed and friendly vibe. Alongside the workplace essentials, you’ll benefit from meeting rooms, unlimited tea and coffee, and a kitchen.
Nearby parking makes it a handy coworking space for those commuting into Oxford. Plus Friday Beers and lunchtime clubs mean you can enjoy some well-earned downtime, too.
Innospace offers a fixed monthly price of £245.
TDD Coworking Oxford
Fancy being surrounded by creatives? For a unique atmosphere, try TDD Coworking on Cowley Road. The owners of the space produce audiobooks and music as well as offering cosy desks — but don’t worry, their rooms are totally soundproofed!
With secure bike storage and a short walk to stylish bars and cafes, TDD is a great spot for local remote workers and freelancers who want a peaceful and private workspace.
A desk membership is £250 per month.
Wheelhouse: Angel Court
Searching for a flexible and friendly coworking space in the heart of Oxford? Wheelhouse Angel Court not only provides the essentials (fast WiFi, printing facilities and, of course, unlimited coffee) but also offers regular community activities. You can benefit from private meeting rooms and a registered business address, too.
Located on St Clement’s Street, Wheelhouse’s Angel Court venue is perfect for those commuting from London as well as locals.
Try a monthly 10-day pass for £149 or a dedicated desk for £279 per month.
If you like the look of Angel Court but want something a little extra plush, Wheelhouse’s Loft venue on Cowley Place is just the ticket. This coworking space offers inspiring panoramic views across Oxford and is ideal for workers and teams looking for a spot of all-inclusive luxury.
A dedicated desk will give you access to all the necessities, plus a delightful ergonomic chair, fully-equipped kitchen, showers and a lunch bar. And if that wasn’t enough, you also get free beer on tap.
A dedicated desk is £399 per month, with 6-monthly deals available.
Get the train to work? Urbanoid (close to Oxford train and bus lines) could be your dream coworking venue.
The light, airy space provides a peaceful working environment alongside networking opportunities. Great for solo workers and small teams, Urbanoid Workspace offers coworking and hot desking memberships. Both include 24/7 access, speedy WiFi, kitchen and shower facilities, meeting rooms and presentation screens.
Hot desk for £185 per month or get a dedicated desk for £275-£395 per month.
For somewhere with a real buzz (and a coffee roastery just below), try Ox-Hive in the heart of OX4. This coworking space is popular with a host of individuals and businesses in various sectors, making it perfect for those looking to network and collaborate.
A dedicated desk membership is available for £275 per month, and hotdesking prices start at just £11.25 per day.
Looking for a coworking or hot desk space that connects you with other entrepreneurs in the Oxford science community? Grassroots is a thriving hub supporting those in the science and technology industries. It’s fresh, sleek and located close to Oxford train station.
You can enjoy an ad-hoc space for meetings or a coworking membership for £250 per month.
Makespace: Aristotle House
Looking for a coworking space in North Oxford? Makespace’s Aristotle House boasts canal views and fantastic facilities, including an outdoor area, a shared kitchen, meeting rooms and event spaces.
It’s perfect for arts organisations and charities, and freelancers, with rent subsidies available to individuals and businesses that focus on having a positive social, cultural or environmental impact.
Part-time hot desking starts at £72 per month, but you can get in touch to discuss the above price reductions.
The Old Music Hall
Another excellent space for charities, not-for-profits and social enterprises, The Old Music Hall provides flexible contracts and fair prices. It’s an ideal environment for working and networking with like-minded people.
Enjoy a light and airy atmosphere in ‘The Hive’ coworking space, with the opportunity to relax in shared break-out rooms and use The Old Music Hall’s kitchen facilities.
Dedicated desk packages for 1-4 people start at £254 per month.
Barclays Eagle Labs
Oxford is renowned for its university — and particularly for its scientific innovations. So it’s little wonder there’s a great coworking space dedicated to supporting early-stage science and technology companies, university graduates and scientific entrepreneurs.
Those looking for specialist business guidance as well as stylish desks and unlimited refreshments will appreciate all Barclays Eagle Labs in Headington has to offer.
You can hot desk part-time from £75 per month or enjoy a full-time membership for £295 per month.