5 of the coolest co-working spaces in Bristol

For those entrepreneurs who are seeking a fun and social place to knuckle down, here are five cool co-working spaces in Bristol

Bristol is an attractive spot for Millennial and Gen Z workers, being a lively city with plenty to do and a place safe enough to raise a young family. It’s a great spot for creative co-working spaces too – take a look at these five for some welcome inspiration.

Mild Bunch

Location: 108c Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3RU

Features: The Mild Bunch has been going since 2010. It’s a well-lit space with more of a communal feel and member discounts at local cafés, pubs and restaurants. Oh, it has a panini press too.

It’s a close-knit community made up of 13 regular members but they’re always open to meeting new people – or have a coffee with them on the roof terrace.

Price: You’re looking at a flat fee of £225 a month for a full-time desk. However, extra cash for shared items like tea, coffee, milk and toilet roll is expected.

Pollen Place

Location: 15-17 Backfields Lane, Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS2 BQW

Features: The colourful Pollen Place is an ideal spot for creative freelancers and small businesses.

Do whatever work you need to do using the professional photography studio and green screen facilities as well as a flexible and configurable meeting room. Post is received, signed for and processed. And for the all-important perks, take advantage of free tea, coffee, milk and fruit with free beer on Fridays. If small plates are more your thing, get 20pc off at Poco Tapas Bar.

By night, partake in networking, creative workshops, supper clubs and talks.

Price: £195 a month for fixed desk; Meeting rooms are £20 per hour or £150 per day. They’re £30 an hour on evenings and weekends.

A private photo studio is £20 an hour or £150 a day; green screen hire and lighting hire are both £10 a day.

Raw Space

Location: 111 Gloucester Road, BS7 8AT

Features: Raw Space is dog friendly, has around-the-clock access, unlimited tea and coffee, a roof garden and community manager, free car park.

Price: Costing works on four levels. All are on a 30-day rolling contract and you can use them to use the space to host events.

Bronze: £59 per calendar month. Access for 30 hours a month, 5 hours of meeting room use, 20 pages of printing.

Silver: £99 per calendar month. Access to 60 hours a month, 10 hours of meeting room use, 30 pages of printing.

Gold: £199 per calendar month. Unlimited access, 15 hours of meeting room use, 50 pages of printing.

Diamond: £299 per month. Unlimited access, 20 hours of meeting room use, 100 pages of printing.

Raw Space offers a 7-day free trial so you can pop in and have a look before you settle on a co-working space.

Redbrick House

Location: 6 York Court, Wilder Street, Bristol, BS2 8QH

The space already hosts creatives like illustrators, photographers, product designers, artists and party planners.

Features: Redbrick has many a food and drink perk. Think unlimited artisan coffee and tea plus fresh fruit, weekly coffee and cake socials, monthly brunch and pub trips. The fun doesn’t stop there – involve yourself in social and networking events for members.

Nab day passes for colleagues and clients plus a discount on bookable meeting rooms.

Get in on the studio space too. The single cubicles to twin shared studios have free day-to-day printing and a large painting sink. Use Redbrick House as business address for your post and your meetings.

Price: Co-working membership comes in three price tiers.

£60 a month for 30 hours

£100 a month for 60 hours

£140 a month for unlimited use

Member’s day passes are £15 a day (free day passes are also available if you’d like a trial).

Other than membership, a fixed desk costs £175 a month. Unlimited access to single studio spaces (5m squared) is £200 a month and twin studio spaces (9m squared) is £360 a month.

Origin Workspace

Location: 40 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HP

Features: Membership at Origin Workspace comes with unlimited tea and coffee, Origin Workspace member portal and connect card. Get your workout with gym and fitness classes on-site and then chill with a post-sweat bev on the roof terrace.

Price: Once again, membership is on four levels.

Lounge membership: from £90 pcm. You won’t be surprised to hear that this membership comes with 10 days of members’ lounge access per month.

Hot desk: from £195 pcm (one month free for a limited time). Has access to hot desks in the co-working workspace with 10 days’ building access per month.

Dedicated desk: from £368 pcm (one month free). This membership has a dedicated desk in co-working workspace with lockable storage and unlimited building access.

Cellular office space: from £468 pcm. Cellular has dedicated secure office space for your business, unlimited building access, reception and post handling service and Origin Gym membership which includes all classes. Rest assured you’ve got access to all Origin Membership perks. It’s an ideal package for teams of 1-16 people.

Can add extras onto cheaper packages like storage lockers, gym membership and guest pass.

If you’re more serious about your workspace, consider the Origin Startup package. It comes with a quarterly commitment fee of £2,000 to do the package for 12 months, but there are bursaries on offer. The package has a facilitator, some help in developing your business plan, a weekly session from a business mentor and a dedicated desk for everyone in your business.

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Anna Jordan

Anna is Senior Reporter, covering topics affecting SMEs such as grant funding, managing employees and the day-to-day running of a business.

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